Madakaripura Waterfall is a waterfall located in Probolinggo Regency, East Java Province. This 200 meter high waterfall is the highest waterfall on Java and the second highest in Indonesia. This waterfall is one of the waterfalls in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park precisely on the slopes of Mount Bromo. Madakaripura waterfall is located at the end of a narrow and niche-shaped valley surrounded by steep cliffs that drips water on all areas of the cliff like it's raining, 3 of which even pouring down to form another waterfall. The name of the waterfall at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level comes from the word Madakaripura, a land of ownership owned by mahapatih Gajah Mada from the Majapahit kingdom. Madakaripura Waterfall is also often called the Eternal Waterfall. That is because the water flowed by this waterfall is always abundant and the flow has never been reduced.
Administratively Madakaripura Waterfall is located near the border of Sapih Village, Lumbang District in Probolinggo Regency and Wonorejo Village, Lumbang District in Pasuruan Regency, but easily accessible from Sapih Village, Lumbang District in Probolinggo Regency.
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