Goa Tetes Waterfall is located in Sidomulyo Village,
Pronojiwo District, Lumajang Regency, East Java, Indonesia. The distance from Lumajang
City to this location is around 50 km, while from Malang City it is around 65
The location of Goa Tetes Waterfall is adjacent to Tumpak
Sewu Waterfall which is better known to the public, but actually both cross the
same river flow.
Previously, Goa Tetes Waterfall was opened with a different
entrance, but now it has been combined with Coban Sewu. Access from Goa Tetes
waterfall can be directly connected to Tumpak Sewu or vice versa. Although most
travelers prefer the Tumpak Sewu - Goa Tetes route for reasons of ease of
Visitors to Goa Tetes Waterfall will get two unique spots at
the same time. Waterfall tourism as well as karst or cave tourism is formed
naturally by nature due to the process of rock and water.
The location of Goa Tetes is exactly hidden behind a
waterfall, the seepage from the waterfall flows into the mouth of the cave and
seeps between the cave walls, this process is the background for the name Goa
Tetes. The flow of the Goa Tetes waterfall never subsides even during the dry
The waterfall and the formation of the cave both influence
each other, with one condition being that it occurs in a Karst area, or in
general language called a Limestone area. Goa Tetes includes caves (hallways or
niches) that are formed naturally by the flow of water (and continuously)
through karst rocks. A cave can take the form of a long, winding passage or
just a deep niche.
In general, it can only occur in two different types of
rock, in limestone or Karst which is very intensive and widespread, and in
special cases in basalt lava flows.
According to the latest information obtained, the entrance
ticket price is IDR 5,000/person, the parking fee for tourist vehicles at Goa
Tetes is IDR 2,000 for motorbikes and IDR 5,000 when using a car. This location
has been marked on Google Maps to make searching easier