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Indonesia is known as a country rich in tourist destinations. Not only mountains and beaches, but there are many tourist villages.

Besides being beautiful, this tourist village also has a cultural wealth that has been recognized by the world. No wonder if hashtags Nusantara Tourism Village was perched as a trending topic on Twitter some time ago. If you want a different vacation during this pandemic, there’s nothing wrong with trying an exciting experience by exploring the #DiIndonesiaAja tourist village.

Here are 5 recommendations for tourist villages with the uniqueness of #WonderfulIndonesia that can be an inspiration for a vacation this year.

1. Nglanggeran Village, Special Region of Yogyakarta

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Nglanggeran Village is located in Patuk District, Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta. If you come here, then you must visit the Ancient Volcano which is the prima donna as well as a tourist icon in Nglanggeran Village. Ancient Volcano has a large rock structure. At its peak, you can camp while looking at the stunning views of Gunungkidul, like a country above the clouds.

There are also other tours that you should not miss, such as the Kedung Kandang waterfall. This waterfall is unique because it is formed from an array of volcanic rocks that have terraces, in the middle of rice terraces. Because of its charm, it is not surprising that Nglanggeran Village was named the Best Tourism Village 2021 from the World Tourism Organization under the United Nations (UNWTO), beating famous villages from various countries in the world.

2. Pemuteran Village, Bali

Indonesia is known as a country rich in tourist destinations.  Not only mountains and beaches, but there are many tourist villages.Photo: Doc. Indonesia Travel

Have you ever visited Pemuteran Tourism Village in Bali? If not, then the village located in Gerokgak District, Buleleng Regency must be included in the destination traveling next. Precisely in the northwest part of Bali, or about 3 hours drive from Kuta. Previously, Pemuteran was just an ordinary fishing village. Then in the hands of I Gusti Agung Prana, this village was successfully transformed into a village hidden gems tourism that is attractive to tourists, because it saves extraordinary natural wealth.

There are about 80% of the world’s coral reef species that live there. You can enjoy everything for free while snorkeling and diving. The favorite underwater photo spot is the Underwater Temple Garden, which is famous for its mysterious and amazing aura.

3. Carangsari Village, Bali

Indonesia is known as a country rich in tourist destinations.  Not only mountains and beaches, but there are many tourist villages.Photo: Doc. Indonesia Travel

Not only Pemuteran Village, in Bali there is also a Carangsari Tourism Village that you can visit. This village is located in the Petang District, Badung Regency, and is the birthplace of one of the national heroes, I Gusti Ngurah Rai.

Because of the beauty of its tourism, Pemuteran Village was included in the top 50 of the 2021 Indonesian Tourism Village Award (ADWI), you know. As for the number of spot The tourism consists of artificial tourism, cultural tourism, and natural tourism. The artificial tours in the Carangsari Tourism Village are Bali Elephant Camp, Alam Tirta Carangsari Rafting, Ayung River Rafting and Triana Resort Bali.

While cultural tours include the I Gusti Ngurah Rai Monument, Tugek Mask Dance, Carangsari Mascot Dance, Puri Agung Carangsari, Puseh Kangin Carangsari Temple, Kampung Nyama Toko. As for nature tourism, there are Beji Samuan Park, Carangsari Village Cycling, Carangsari Village Trekking and Lekaja Bali Swing. Not only that, here you can explore plantations to make your own chocolate. Very fun isn’t it?

4. Tetebatu Village, West Nusa Tenggara

Indonesia is known as a country rich in tourist destinations.  Not only mountains and beaches, but there are many tourist villages.Photo: Doc. Indonesia Travel

Vacationing to Lombok, is incomplete if you don’t visit Tetebatu Village. To reach this village, it only takes 2 hours drive from Mataram City. Arriving there, you will be greeted by the cool air of the countryside, plus the sound of insects and the chirping of birds.

This village also has the charm of beautiful panoramic views of the mountains and green rice fields. Even become spot best to enjoy the natural beauty at the southern foot of Mount Rinjani. There are 6 things that become a tourist attraction in Tetebatu Village. These include cultural heritage, natural waterfall tours at 3 points, campgrounds, eco-friendly tours and mountain bike trails.

5. Wae Rebo Village, East Nusa Tenggara

Indonesia is known as a country rich in tourist destinations.  Not only mountains and beaches, but there are many tourist villages.Photo: Doc. Tourism and Creative Economy

Have you heard about the natural charm in Wae Rebo Village? This village is above an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, so it is often called heaven above the clouds. This is because of its unique and charming natural potential. One of them is 7 houses that have become icons of Wae Rebo Village, namely Mbaru Niang, which are cone-shaped.

In addition, the expanse of green grass surrounded by mountains complete with fog is also the main attraction of its charm. So it gives a magical and calming impression.

Those were 5 recommendations for tourist villages that you must visit. With its beautiful natural charm, it’s no wonder that these villages become ‘hidden gems’ aka paradise hidden in the land. Not only traveling, vacations in tourist villages also help restore local tourism.

“In 2021, when tourism experiences many challenges, tourist village visits, based on the data we receive, will increase by 30 percent. Therefore, we must use this momentum for our collective awakening and our economic recovery post-pandemic,” said the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy. Sandiaga Uno, quoted from the official website of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy (Kemenparekraf).

You don’t need to worry because the five villages have been certified CHSE from the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia. But make sure that during your activities, you remain disciplined in applying strict health protocols in the form of 6M (wearing masks, washing hands with soap and running water, maintaining distance, avoiding crowds, limiting mobility, and avoiding eating together).

Also make sure you have vaccinated at the nearest health facility or vaccination center before the holidays.

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