Kumapodahu Waterfall in Anggaberi District, Southeast Sulawesi Province
Apart from the historical value, Southeast Sulawesi Province is famous for its nature attractions. In Anggaberi District, you may find a serene and beautiful waterfall named Kumapodahu. The locals often come to this tourist spot for bathing and enjoying the nature. Today, even outsiders come to the waterfall to witness and feel the fresh water directly. Even though it takes a bit of effort to reach the location, the trip is quite worthy as you will be rewarded by a beautiful environment and stunning waterfall. Somehow, Kumapodahu also becomes a location for relaxation and meditation. Thanks to its serenity!
In terms of nuance, the sound of water splash is quite mesmerizing. Not to mention the water is fresh and clear, which makes a perfect location to take a bath. The waterfall is not quite tall and the flow of the water is moderate. It is surrounded by some stones and trees as well, which create a relaxing atmosphere. Most of the locals come to Kumapodahu Waterfall in the morning, as they want to feel fresher air and nuance. That means the best time to visit the waterfall is in the morning.
Exploring Kumapodahu Waterfall
Thanks to the strategic location, tourists can easily reach the waterfall. It is about 15 km from Unaaha City and it is reachable using any types of vehicle. Once you get to the location, some locals may approach you and tell you about the history of Kumapodahu Waterfall. It is said such tourist spot was found in 1995 by people of Andabia Village. At the first time, the condition was not quite good so the locals decided to clean and manage it. Today, it has become one of the best tourist spots in Anggaberi District.
Most of the visitors come to Kumapodahu Waterfall either on the weekends or holidays, and they come with their families. Despite lacking facilities, it remains popular among people in Southeast Sulawesi Province and nearby regions. Not only it offers stunning beauty, but it also provides a fresh and comfortable nature bath. The water is refreshing and the spot is surrounded by unspoiled nature, which means tourists can relax and find peace while bathing. Spending some time and taking a bath in such natural pond help you to eradicate stresses, for sure.
The sound of the water also becomes a lure of Kumapodahu Waterfall, as it falls from the height of 19 meters. Not to mention the atmosphere is chilling, so it becomes a perfect location for relaxation. With all these features, it is likely all tourists get into the water. In this case, carrying extra clothes will be a good idea. The reason is because you won’t be able to refuse the temptation of getting in the pond and enjoying the fresh water of the waterfall. You can be sure of this thing.
- Adipura Monument
How to Get There
Apart from a perfect nuance, Kumapodahu Waterfall is also easy to reach. As mentioned earlier, it lies in Anggaberi District, which is about 80 km from Kendari City. A trip from Kendari to Anggaberi takes approximately 2 hours and you can use Poros Unaaha-Pondidaha Street. This is the fastest route to reach the location, after all. Once you reach Anggaberi District, it only takes about a few minutes to get to the waterfall. It is even possible to walk there.
Where to Stay
- Nugraha Hotel
- Arini Hotel
- Arisandi Hotel
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