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  • Progo Downstream Rafting

    Progo Downstream Rafting

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview Adventuring on the wild Progo Downstream will be an unforgettable experience. It gives unique sensation for the adventurers. You can feel the current shaking on the boat while passing through steep rapids of the river. You can occasionally relax and enjoy the scenery along the riverside when passing flat stream. Progo ...Read more

  • Rock Climbing at Siung Beach

    Rock Climbing at Siung Beach

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Overview Speaking of coastal tourism in Yogyakarta, we will surely include Parangtritis and Baron Beach among the most popular ones. However, for rock climbing maniacs, there is a must-visit beach situated at the south coast of Gunung Kidul called Siung Beach. Siung Beach is on the same coastal line with Baron and Sundak Beach. ...Read more

  • Rafting


    Publish 06-06-2008 11:55:07 by Admin

    A. Brief Information Rafting is a new type of sports that are available in Indonesia. It is a challenging recreational sport pumping up someone‘s adrenalin rush. Just come to the Nimanga River or the Ranoyapo River. There, you will feel the exquisite sensation of exploring the rivers and its distinctive characteristics. ...Read more

  • The Rafting on the Sa`dan River

    The Rafting on the Sa`dan River

    Publish 01-01-1970 07:00:00 by Admin

    A. Brief Information Are you a rafting lover? Do not worry to find a place for this extreme sport. The Sa`dan River (Saddang) is an ideal place. The river that passes Tana Toraja has about 182 km in length, 80 km in width, and 294 tributaries as well. The ford of the river was taken for two days by staying overnight in the middle of ...Read more

  • Karebosi Field

    Karebosi Field

    Publish 13-01-2012 15:26:18 by Admin

    A. Overview Karebosi is a field serves as one of the favorite sports tourism in Makassar. Prior to be named as Karebosi, the field was formerly called "Parang Lampe", which means the long and wide field. The name was later changed to Karebosi associated with some event, either a myth or story that has ever happened in the history of the ...Read more