Matayangu Waterall
Matayangu Waterall
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Hazzz M
Burringbar, Australia161 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Solo
Waterfall in a spectacular setting with a beautiful aquamarine swimming pool below .The walk is through grand primary rainforest and takes an hour down, but a longer uphill climb back. It is hard to find, on poor roads and no signs. You will be charged for parking and a guide. I played 200,000 plus my transport hire, but it is a gem
Written 26 July 2023
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Neenybean88
Brisbane13 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Couples
This waterfall was spectacular. We had googled how to get there but we couldn't find a direct entry route to the waterfall except a road that ran through the jungle close to it. All of the sites online said that we had to pay 150.000 rupiah to the national park to enter and see the waterfalls (Lapopu is very close too) and that we also needed to hire a guide for 50.000 rupiah to walk us down. We drove to that road and eventually we found a sign that said "Air Terjun Matayangu +1.5km" however there was no guide or national park entrance at all. We decided to trek down the path through the jungle ourselves, and it was not that hard if you are a little bit fit. When we got there it was amazing, a huge waterfall with gorgeous little teal green pools of water you could swim in. The only downside was the leeches and the mud so we got completely covered in mud trying to get closer to the waterfall.

There wasn't a person in sight the whole time we went there except for when we arrived at the waterfall there was a school of children! So strange haha.
Hiking up the stairs was the hard part through the jungle, and when we got back to the bike our helmets had been stolen so if you do go to this waterfall, hide your helmets or lock them onto the bike before hiking!!
But definitely recommended.
Written 28 April 2018
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