WRC Jogja is based in the small, traditional village of Sendangsari of the Kulon Progo district, West Yogyakarta. The region has a rich culture and is known for art and wide variety of delicious food.
By visiting Yogyakarta, you have the opportunity to explore waterfalls, beaches, and stunning tropical forests.
In your free time, ride around nearby villages on a rented bicycle, learn the traditional art of batik, take a Jeep tour around an active volcano, or go cave tubing!
Just an hour drive away, Yogyakarta city (often pronounced Jogjakarta or Jogja) teems with history, restaurants, traditional markets, and is close to the magnificent ancient temples Borobudur and Prambanan.
It is the most popular tourist destination in Indonesia, after Bali, and it’s easy to see why.
Weekends are yours to plan, and we can arrange transportation wherever you wish to go!

WRC is based in a traditional Muslim village and therefore you will be expected to dress conservatively during your stay here to respect the local culture.
This means for both men and women, full Tshirts and knee length (as minimum) pants should be worn during any interaction in the local area.
For women, a headscarf is not required. While Jogja city is a bit more relaxed, you should still be respectful of the culture and dress conservatively.
As the area holds traditional Muslim culture, greetings should consist of a handshake. Public displays of affection such as hugging, kissing, holding hands (unless married) should be avoided.