Sipiso-piso Waterfall, Jewel in Tanah Karo
When someone visiting North Sumatra, they must have been major tourist destination of Lake Toba. Sipiso-piso waterfall was locatedon the shores of Lake Toba, unfortunately, a very interesting tourist attraction is less visited by tourists because of its location on the edge of which is different from Parapat city, where tourists usuallyvisit.
Sipiso-piso is located in the north of Lake Toba, about 24kilometers from Kabanjahe. This waterfall is the highest inIndonesia with a height of 120 meters. Sipiso-piso waterfall made ??from an underground river in the Karo plateau that runs through a cave on the side of the crater of Lake Toba.
Sipiso-piso waterfall is about 800 meters above sea level.Waterfall flowing down the cutting of green hills covered with pinetrees. Sipiso-piso itself literally means “blade”.
Not only can you see the waterfall from a distance, but fell for him.The stairs are steep and far enough away so make sure you havestrong stamina and bring drinking water supplies. The drop maynot be a problem, but hundreds of stairs to climb back afterplaying under the water of course is quite tiring.
Viewing post itself is quite broad, and when it is much visited bylocal tourists. Unfortunately substation infrastructure in this view is inadequate. There are only basic facilities such as toilets and food stalls, which I think the number and inadequate hygiene.Visitors who want to explore this area further should stay in a nearby village, which is Tongging