Ulu Suliti Waterfall in Solok Regency, West Sumatra Province


Exploring Solok Regency should be everyone’s agenda for the next holidays. In South Solok, for instance, tourists would find a beautiful majestic waterfall called Ulu Suliti. The location is in Pakan Raba Utara Village and it belongs to Koto Parik Gadang Diateh Sub-District. The popularity is excellent. It is because the waterfall is considered the tallest. Visitors come from various regions, therefore, as they want to witness this stunning waterfall directly. Sometimes, foreigners are also seen in that area. As for tourist activities, people usually enjoy sightseeing, photography, and exploration. More people are into cliff jumping these days.

The Nuance
As mentioned before, Ulu Suliti is the tallest waterfall in Solok Regency. According to the locals, the height is about 40 meters and it features a strong water discharge. The location is on a highland and it surrounded by beautiful green cliffs. In the morning, the site is also covered by fog and the nuance becomes fresher. Most parts of the landscape are covered by moss, as well. Thus, everyone should be careful when exploring the site. The waterfall also features a natural pond and river. No one knows the depth, though.

Exploring Ulu Suliti Waterfall
The first thing to enjoy in Ulu Suliti Waterfall is definitely trekking. Have no worries. The trekking route is easy, so everyone can explore the area without hassles. After passing through a local settlement, tourists need to explore a cliff and highland. Once again, the landscape is slippery due to the presence of moss. Thus, it is recommended to wear comfy footwear when trekking. For the information, it takes about 2 hours to reach the waterfall by trekking.

Even though visitors don’t need to pay for the entrance fee, they must ask permission from villagers. The purpose is to obtain information regarding rules and tips when visiting the waterfall. Once arriving at Ulu Suliti Waterfall, the view of a tall and majestic waterfall welcomes everyone. The loud noise of gurgling water would amaze everyone. The water discharge is quite strong, after all. Aside from sightseeing, visitors must enjoy photography as well. The site is worth a photo shoot, especially the waterfall itself.

What is next? Some people are interested in cliff jumping. That means they would jump off the cliff and get in the water right away. Only brave people would do it, though. It is because the natural pond and river are considered quite deep. Not to mention the waterfall looks scary with its fierce water discharge.

Nearby Attractions

  • Cubadak
  • Balun Tourist Park
  • Lubukniur Waterfall
  • Ngalau Batang Pagu

How to Get There
First, tourists should reach Padang City and the best way to get there is by airplane. From Jakarta City, in this case, a flight from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport to Minangkabau Airport would take around 1 hour and 40 minutes. From Padang, they can take Selayo – Padang Street and head to Solok Regency. The distance is 80 km, so the trip would take around 2 hours and 15 minutes. From Solok, the next destination is Pakan Raba Utara Village and the best route to take is Padang – Surian Street. This trip may take around 2 hours and 26 minutes, as the distance is 79.1 km, actually.

Where to Stay

  • Jimi Perkasa Inn
  • Ummi Kalsumi Hotel


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