Nangka Waterfall in Tamansari Sub-District, Bogor City
Historical museums, mountains, and majestic parks are the cores of Bogor City’s tourism. However, do not ever exclude beautiful waterfalls that scatter in several locations including Nangka Waterfall! The location is in Sukajadi Village and it resides in Tamansari Sub-District. As compared to others, this one is considered old and it has been recognized by the locals for generations. No wonder, outsiders also tourists are also interested in visiting the site especially to enjoy camping, exploration, scouting, photography, and many other fun activities. That means it has a better popularity than others due to its age and amazing landscape.
In terms of nuance, Nangka Waterfall has similar features to others including the presence of lush trees and bushes that surround the site. Below, many big rocks and stones scatter beautiful as well. When it comes to the size, it has the height of approximately 30 – 40 meters! No wonder, the water discharge is strong and makes a loud noise. For those who want to conduct camping, though, they must find a nice spot located a little bit far from the waterfall. What is more? As for the information, the water comes from Salak Mountain!
Exploring Nangka Waterfall
The first impressive allure of Nangka Waterfall is definitely its history, as the site has been there for tens of years. That means it has become an official tourist site for generations and keeps attracting new visitors over time. Not many things change, especially the environment (which remains lush and beautiful). Perhaps the best feature is the presence of pine forest with its fresh air and big trees. The only things that change are the number of population and buildings located near to the site. This is a good thing, as the locals provide a better access to reach the waterfall!
Unlike others, Nangka Waterfall has an official keeper or management who takes care of the environment and keeps improving the facilities. This explains why the site looks clean and neat! What are other impressive things related to the waterfall, though? The next noticeable feature is the presence of a river, which is the part of trekking in order to get to the site. No wonder, tourists may expect getting wet when heading to the location.
The next allure of Nangka Waterfall is definitely the small natural pond located beneath it. It has the size of 3-4 meters, so it can accommodate tourists who want to enjoy swimming and playing water there. As for the precaution, do not get too far to the river as the current gets stronger over time. It is better to be safe than sorry, no?
- Kawung Waterfall
- Salaka Village
- Hiji Waterfall
- Cipeutey Waterfall
- Urang Waterfall
How to Get There
From Jakarta City, a trip to Nangka Waterfall may take about 1 hour and 27 minutes as the distance is 67.1 km. First, tourists only need to reach Bogor City. Next, they can directly get to Tamansari Sub-District and visit Sukajadi Village afterward. Like other waterfalls, it involves a short trekking to get to the site for sure.
Where to Stay
- Diantie Villa
- Sasaungan Cunang
- Nangka Hotel
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