Discover the best top things to do in Banjarnegara, Indonesia including Serayu River, Mount Sikunir, Serayu Adventure Indonesia, Batu Ratapan Angin, Dieng Plateau, Banjarnegara Square, Seruling Mas Wildlife Park, Dwarawati Temple, Sikidang Crater, Surya Yudha WaterPark.
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4.5 based on 15 reviews
Bannyu Woong Adventure.White Water Rafting on Serayu River.Banjarnegara, Central Java, Indonesia.Rafting, Outbound, River Camping, Paintball, Dieng Tour and Dieng Jeep Tour."Enjoy The Nature, Taste the Adrenaline."
It was a great experience. The river is challenging. The tour guide were friendly and helpful. The food was great.thank's :)
4.5 based on 197 reviews
Mout Sikunir located in Wonosobo, Central Java. It's a perfect place to see beautiful sunrise for those who never climb the mountain. it's just take 15 minutes or maybe 30 minutes (for me) from parking lot to trekking to the top of Mount Sikunir. There's no entrance fee. Next to Mount Sikunir, You can see the Mount Prau.
4 based on 9 reviews
Serayu Adventure Indonesia One Stop Adventure at Serayu River Banjarnegara. We provide an extremely fun adventure like rafting at Serayu River Banjarnegara, Outbond Games, Paintball game, and River Camp
I have just completed a three-night private tour of Yogyakarta and the surrounding area with Adventure Indonesia. I chose them after a lot of googling, because they were registered with PATA and responded very rapidly to all my emails. It turned out to be a very good choice and I would fully recommend them.
As a single woman of a certain age, this was my first experience of travelling solo, as I added the tour onto a conference I had to attend in Jakarta. Pre-departure Adventure Indonesia were very helpful, revising the programme to fit in with my requirements. I booked the return flight from Jakarta to Yogya myself but otherwise everything was arranged by the company, from meeting me at the airport on Friday evening to dropping me off on Monday morning.
The hotel they use is Puri Artha - a mid priced but comfortable hotel, with lovely Gardens, gamelan music in the evening and a reasonable restaurant. The downside is that it is not very central and is split by a busy road, (for which they have a crossing patrol to help you across), although I was not bothered by road noise. And I soon realised that I didn't actually want to go out on my own in the evening - Indonesian cities are very full-on and after a long day's sightseeing I just needed some rest and a very affordable massage in the hotel.
The two days were long, but very interesting, On the the first we started at 7am to go to Borobudur and other local temples, and then the Dieng plateau. Borobudur was amazing - although I wish we had been there even earlier. The Dieng plateau was cool (temperature) and it was good to see more temples and a steaming bubbling crater but it was an extremely long drive on very uncomfortable roads and I wouldn't particularly recommend it.
On day two I was taken to Prambanan temple and then a tour of the key sites of Yogyakarta, followed by visits to some exquisite craft workshops. This was much the better day of the two.
The guide Denni was pleasant and reasonably informative. He was very happy to answer all my questions about Indonesian life and gave me just about enough information about the sites. The driver was young, fearless but seemed safe in the hurly burly of Yogya traffic - but I found it best not to watch the road too closely!
The tours included lunch and these were both highlights - on both occasions they chose restaurants with a buffet so that I could choose what I wanted.
All in all, I would highly recommend this company and would use them again if I returned to Indonesia.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
The view was Excellent, just a little disturbance with lack of awareness from visitor. Garbage, vandalism, damage plants, etc. Please, keep clean, keep this tourist attraction admired not only for beautiful surroundings, but from the entire aspect. Thank you
4 based on 429 reviews
Based on other reviews and photos, I made it a priority to stop over in Dieng Plateau on my way from Jakarta to Yogyakarta. The title says it all: vastly overrated in my view. The temples are almost exactly the same as in Gedong Songo (which is much more worthwhile, see my other review) and surrounded by semi-built up area. The crater is not spectacular and the lake (I forget the name) is nothing out of the ordinary. Don't bother.
4 based on 8 reviews
3.5 based on 9 reviews
fasilitas minim ditambah koleksi margasatwa yang kurang lengkap, membuat Seruling Mas kurang menarik, alangkah lebih baik jika koleksi hewan ditambah dan ditempatkan di kandang yang lebih baik, perlu dibangun juga fasilitas penunjang seperti tempat istirahat yang lebih baik
3.5 based on 7 reviews
Candi Dwarawati is the most inaccessible of the Dieng Temples. You have to cross a village and while it is accessible by car, it would be a challenge given the narrow roads. So the best option is to walk. Once you reach the base of the temple on the other side of the village, there is a substantial flight of steps you have to climb to reach the temple. As only the main temple is left standing in the complex. The temple itself is rectangular with rabbeted edges and is fairly plain and simple.
What makes it all worthwhile are the amazing views from the temple. The temple is located on top of a hill and offers beautiful views over the beautiful Dieng countryside.
Definitely worth a visit if you are in the Dieng area or visiting the nearby attractions. Make sure you visit on a clear day to enjoy the amazing views.
4 based on 228 reviews
Good to see the crater up close. easy to walk to see the volcanic vents of hot water. Take strong shoes . There were lots of vendors which spoilt the scenery a little. Sometimes the sulfur smell was strong so may be better to take mask
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