Coban Sewu Waterfall is the tourists conversation that still in Lumajang tourism. To get to this place, You can start your tour from Surabaya Airport, Malang or Banyuwangi to Lumajang City then heading the boundary monument between Lumajang and Malang, about 100 meters before the monument there is an alley down the side of the road if we are on the way to Lumajang . Afer get the parking lot, Then we straight up the river, your transportation is possible placed in the sand miners hut. The journey continues with a walk along the river about 200 meters, then we will find this waterfall.
This Waterfall called as "Coban Sewu" that meant a thousand waterfall because it flow of water from above is very much along the cliffs . The waterfall is so high as to seem sinister take a photo of the cliff top .
The route that has been mentioned earlier is to see the falls from above . But if we want to see the waterfalls from below so we can get down through Goa drops followed by a walk along the river against the current . this tourism is different from others. as it pertained to the extreme tour that is synonymous with adventure . We must follow the river up and down on the slippery slope full of moss . Must be extra careful to pass , therefore this tour is also arguably extreme tourism, but After you get the view point, You will be treated to a sight that much more exotic. The clarity of water and place was still awake keasriaannya. This waterfall is perfect for those who like photography and adventure.
- Bring Sandals (slippers) or Trekking Shoes because the trekking condition is in shallow river and little slippery
- Suggested to use a local guide to keep your trekking during in aling river and also help you to bring your Camera or luggage
- Bring a rubber pack to avoid your Camera and other equipment from water dropping down
- Provide the meals and dringking because along the river no one meals stores
- Before you start your tour to this tourism object, You must find the information about the temperature in each season to avoid from something happened such as landslide, flood and others.