Location: Widoro, Donorejo, Pacitan Regency, East Java 63554
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Price of admission
- On weekdays Rp. 3,000 (adults), Rp. 2,000 (children)
- Holidays IDR 5,000 (adults), IDR 3,000 (children)
If you come to Banyu Tibo Beach on weekdays, you are only asked to pay HTM of 3,000 rupiah per adult and 2,000 rupiah for children.
Meanwhile, on holidays, the rate charged is slightly more expensive, namely 5,000 rupiah per adult and 3,000 rupiah for children.
Banyu Tibo Beach is sometimes equated with the beaches in Gunung Kidul Regency.
Since the name is almost the same, spot Banyu Tibo is often mistakenly called Banyunibo Beach, even though the two are different.
Indeed, Banyunibo Beach is unique and can even be said to be similar because it both has waterfalls like Banyu Tibo Beach.
In terms of language, the meanings of their names are the same, Banyu (water) and Nibo (fall). The address of Banyunibo Beach itself is located in Purwodadi Village, Tepus District, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta.
Some tourists who like marine tourism may refer to the island of Bali which is synonymous with beautiful beaches.
However, did you know that in Pacitan district there are beaches that are no less beautiful? It could even be more enchanting and cleaner than the beaches on the Island of the Gods.
One of the most recommended beaches to visit is Banyu Tibo Beach.
The location is in Widoro Village, Donorojo district, Pacitan Regency, East Java, Indonesia.
This beach is not only known for being beautiful, but also unique because of a waterfall that falls directly onto the beach.
Most of the tourists who visit out of curiosity want to know firsthand how the waterfall is and it’s true that more and more visitors come to Banyu Tibo Beach.
Not only local residents, even many visitors from outside the area are willing to come all the way to enjoy the beauty and uniqueness of Banyu Tibo Beach.
Origin of the name
The name Banyu Tibo comes from the Javanese language which means falling water (banyu) (tibo).
Investigate the source of the waterfall which characterizes this beach from underground springs in the karst mountains in the north.
The uniqueness of Banyu Tibo Beach is increasing with a combination of sea water and fresh water that comes from a waterfall.
This waterfall is said to have originated from the formation of a tributary just above the beach.
As a result, the water that empties it eventually spills over and forms a waterfall that reaches 2 meters high.
It is said that these springs will not recede or dry up even in the dry season, so whenever you come to visit you can still enjoy the uniqueness of Banyu Tibo Beach.
Beauty Make Betah
This beach scene is known for being exotic. Exquisite. With a stretch of fine white sand, combined with blue sea water, it makes anyone feel at home for a long time spending time on Banyu Tibo Beach.
Decorated with the sunlight that refracts the sea water to sparkle. Well, you can imagine how beautiful it is view this beach.
Even though its beauty has spread everywhere, this maritime area is still relatively quiet. For those of you who like silence, Banyu Tibo Beach is suitable as a favorite tourist destination.
There are many things you can do while on the beach. Classic activities like walking on the beach, playing in the water or sunbathing are still fun to do.
Come when the water is receding so you can play under the waterfall, the water is so clear and refreshing.
It feels very natural, like one with nature. Not to mention the serene atmosphere, surrounded by hundreds of towering green leafy trees.
Because the waves are big enough you are not allowed to swim on this beach. Don’t be discouraged just yet, there are no rattan roots, no swimming, fishing, too.
Yes, at Banyu Tibo Beach you can spend time fishing. Apart from that, a lot spot which can be explored here.
Most tourists like fishing from the top of the cliff or rock fishing. It’s quite risky, but lovers of this activity just love the sensation when their adrenaline is so excited.
If you are tired and want to take a short break, there are quite a number of stalls that provide a variety of beach specialties at pocket-friendly prices.
Wait until the afternoon arrives to enjoy the sunset on Banyu Tibo Beach. You are guaranteed not to regret taking the time to see how beautiful the colors of the twilight are reflected.
The blue of the sky combined with the red-orange light created a color so beautiful that it is difficult to describe.
Don’t waste the moment, take a camera and capture the beauty in a picture.
Banyu Tibo Beach is also known as spot which is great for lovers photography the main thing landscape.
No wonder many photographer who deliberately set up a tent on the hill to enjoy nature and wait for the best moment. From the top of the cliff the resulting image is even better and more dramatic.
I was so beautiful, many visitors deliberately recorded their vacation moments at Banyu Tibo Beach and purposely posted the video via social media and also youtube channel.
If you’re curious, you can search for videos or other fun via search engines. Guaranteed after seeing it, you will definitely want to immediately pack up for a vacation to Banyu Tibo Beach.
Road to Location
There are many ways that you can take to get to this Banyo Tibo Beach. Most tourists prefer to use private vehicles such as motorbikes and cars.
Not because there is no public transportation in the area, but to make it easier and faster to reach the destination.
The routes that you can use include the following:
Route from Pacitan City: Jalan Letjend S. Parman – National road III – Jalan Punung-Goa Gong – Jalan Punung-Kalak – Banyu Tibo Beach.
Routes from Pacitan Bus Terminal: Jalan Bima – Jalan Jend. Gatot Subroto – Jalan Letjend MT. Haryono – Jalan Dewi Sartika – National Street III – Jalan Punung-Goa Gong – Jalan Punung-Kalak – Banyu Tibo Beach.
You can use the route from the bus terminal if you use the bus from your hometown or domicile.
Meanwhile, for visitors who come by private vehicle from outside Pacitan Regency, there are several routes from several cities in East Java Province that are often used, including:
Routes from Surabaya: Jalan Kayon – Jalan Raya Malang-Surabaya – Jalan Raya Geluran – Jalan Raya Madiun-Surabaya – Jalan Toll Kertosono-Mojokerto – Jalan Mager Sari-Ngares Kidul.
Then proceed to Jalan Raya Gedek-Ploso – Nglames – Jalan Soekarno Hatta – Jalan Gatot Subroto – Jalan Raya Trenggalek-Ponorogo – Jalan Punung-Goa Gong – Jalan Punung-Kalak – Banyu Tibo Beach.
Route from Malang: Jalan Raya Lawang-Malang – Jalan S. Supriadi – Jalan Raya Kb. Agung – Jalan Raya Genengan – Jalan Lkr. Bar. Kepanjen – National Road III – Siraman – Jalan Raya Selopuro – Raya Bendosewu – Jalan Singajaya – Jalan Raya Tlogo-Serut – National Road in Tuliskriyo.
Then proceed to Jalan Reco Barong – Jalan Raya Pucung Kidul – Jalan Moh Yamin – National Road III in Trenggalek – Jalan Raya Pacitan-Ponorogo- National Road III to Sooka – Jalan Punung-Goa Ging – Jalan Punung-Kalak – Banyu Tibo Beach.
Other routes that are also frequently used by tourists from outside East Java include:
Route from Semarang: Jalan S grup Baru – Jalan Tentara Pelajar – Tembalang-Ungaran Toll Road – Ungaran-Bawen Toll Road – Semarang-Surakarta Street – Salatiga South Ring Road – Paranggupito Street – Widoro – Banyu Tibo Beach.
Route from Solo: Jalan DR Radjiman – Jalan Baki-Solo – Jalan Raya Solo-Wonogiri – Jalan Dalangan-Tawangsari – Jalan Bulu-Manyaran – Jalan Manyaran – Jalan Nampu Kalak – Widoro – Banyu Tibo Beach.
Routes from Yogyakarta: Kenari Street – Kusumanegara Street – Gedong Kuning Street – Wonosari Street – National III Street – Kyai Legi Street – KRT Judodiningrat Street.
Then continue to National Road III in Wonosari – Turn right – National Road III – Paranggupito Street – Jalan Raya Pantai Nampu – Jalan Nampu Kalak – Widoro – Banyu Tibo Beach.
Don’t forget to bring enough supplies during the trip and also prepare an image map or map application on line in smartphone You. If you are still confused, it is better to ask the local people.