Highest Waterfall in Indonesia

Waterfall is a very interesting natural phenomenon that often becomes a tourist attraction. Indonesia has a lot of waterfalls scattered in various islands. Here are some waterfalls that are the highest waterfall in Indonesia.

The first is Sigura-gura Waterfall. This waterfall is located in Toba Samosir District, about 250 kilometers from Medan City, its water comes from River Asahan which sourced from Lake Toba. This waterfall has a height of 250 meters and if from a distance looks its size is gigantic. Around the location of this waterfall there is Sigura – gura dam, and there is also the location of rafting. Several national and international rafting events have been held here several times. Oh well, Travelholic can also camp around the waterfall location loh.

The second highest waterfall is Madakaripura Waterfall. This waterfall is located in District Lumbang, Probolinggo and is one of waterfalls in the area of ​​Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Waterfall that has a height of 200 meters is surrounded by walls – hills with a diameter of 70 meters so it looks like a tube. This waterfall according to some people who believe is his last residence Patih Gajah Mada.

The third is Payakumbuh Waterfall. The location is in Harau Gorge, 35 km from Bukittinggi, this waterfall has a height of 150 meters. This waterfall has 7 point waterfalls flowing from the crevices of the cliff. Every waterfall is only a few hundred meters so can walk while on foot. Around the location of the main waterfall there is a zoo and a playground loh.

The fourth highest waterfall is Sipiso piso Waterfall. This waterfall is located in Tongging Village, District Brand, Karo District, North Sumatra, this waterfall has a height of 120 meters. Unlike the waterfall in general, Sipiso-piso Waterfall is not from the river or the like, but from the underground river in Karo plateau that flows through a cave beside the crater of Lake Toba. This waterfall is not so big but the flow is very heavy.

And the fifth is Jarakan Waterfall. This waterfall precisely located in the Village Ngancar, District Plaosan, this waterfall has a height of 115 meters.

That’s some waterfalls that became the highest waterfall in Indonesia.

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