Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Colek Pamor Waterfall - The water comes from the cave


Colek Pamor Waterfall-Buleleng Regency still has a unique waterfall but is rarely known by tourists visiting Bali. When you will visit Singaraja from Denpasar and pass Jalan Raya Bedugul, then you will find a tourist attraction called Gitgit Waterfall or Gitgit Waterfall.

When you visit Gitgit Waterfall, take the time to visit the nearest waterfall, which is Colek Pamor Waterfall. Indeed, this waterfall is not as popular as other waterfalls in Bali but is still one lane with Gitgit Waterfall.

For access to the waterfall, it has been arranged properly, the road has been concreted even though there are still roads that are still in the form of land.

Tourists who visit are usually dominated by local tourists but there are also sometimes foreign tourists who visit there. Holidays like Sundays and Religious Holidays are usually used by tourists to visit and enjoy the beauty of this waterfall.

Be careful when you visit during the rainy season because we cannot predict water and floods. Slippery roads also do not become important notes during the rainy season so that your vacation remains in a pleasant atmosphere.

The natural atmosphere that is still beautiful is the attraction of this waterfall, but the unique thing about this waterfall is the source of the water coming out of the cave with a height of approximately 20 meters.

The government of Buleleng Regency is reviewing the development of the potential of this tourism object, but it also needs a considerable amount of time and not too small costs to realize it.

For those of you who have never visited this waterfall, you can see the map below as a guide to Colek Pamor Waterfall.