Yogyakarta province has many interesting tourism destinations; one of which is Tourism Village of Tinalah. This tourism village is located in the Tinalah River and Mt. Menoreh area with the concept of unifying nature and cultural values. This tourism village is on the Menoreh hill area at an altitude of 117 meters above sea level with a daily temperature of 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. So, anyone who comes for a tour will be greeted with the cool air of this village.
About 25 kilometers or 1.5-hour drive from downtown Yogyakarta, Tinalah Village can be reached by land transportation. Arriving in this city, you will be treated to the beauty of the natural scenery of the Mt. Manoreh and green rice fields. In this tourism village, you can learn many things, such as walking along the Tinalah River, educational outbound activities, hill tracking, and other interesting tourism activities. Besides offering natural beauty, the village is also developing service applications that can be a means of entertainment and tourism education. One application that makes tourists feel at home in the village is because of the Read Aura application. This application encourages tourists to learn about the environment, recognize the names and characters of various types of plants that exist in the village. The method is unique by matching the characters of the plant with the characters of visitors who use the application.
The tourism village of Tinalah not only has a river area, a stretch of rice fields, the unique culture of the residents, but also co-exists with several other tourism spots closely, such as Sriti Cave. This place was used as the hiding place of the national hero, Prince Diponegoro against the Dutch colonialist –VOC. Kleco Peak allows you to enjoy the sunrise and the camping area. Tinalah is also rich in unique culinary potential, starting from banana debog (stem) chips, wingko, coffee to chocolate. Tinalah Tourism Village has already quite complete facilities and infrastructures, including parking lots, prayer rooms, toilets/bathrooms, rest areas, camping ground, viewing post, outbound games, and so on.