Anambas' Hidden Waterfall is as good as undiscovered, its location rugged, remote and inaccessible. In fact, so challenging is the trek to this natural treasure that very few have been able to attempt it and fewer still have succeeded. But when you've decided to do the trek and you finally do reach the actual waterfall, you'll feel as if you're immersed in a Tarzan movie; this still unspoiled jungle oasis is nothing short of breathtaking.
Whether you want to picnic in a spectacular spot, immersed by rugged breathtaking boulder-strewn vistas, or explore nature that is still untouched by man, Anambas' Hidden Waterfall will be an experience to remember.
But let's be clear, this waterfall isn't readily accessible; it really is actually hidden. If you'd just like to see a beautiful waterfall in Anambas that is at most a quick moped ride away, then there are a few Anambas waterfalls to choose from. They are stunning in their own right and they may even be higher than the Hidden Waterfall. But they're not the one-of-a-kind experience that the Hidden Waterfall is. Frankly, in my opinion, the blissful solitude and the picturesque idyll the Hidden Waterfall offers is beyond compare.
But, fair warning, if you have your mind set on Anambas' Hidden Waterfall, it should be noted, is not for the faint of heart. Of course its very inaccessibility can be considered a blessing in disguise, because the main reason the Hidden Waterfall has remained hidden is because of the way it's not at all easy to get to.
With all that said, if you're still keen to experience this unique little Eden and you're prepared to shed more than a few drops of sweat to get there, then let me know by using below form.
NOTE: Please keep in mind that the size and power of waterfalls is subject to the season and the weather. There may be days when visiting the waterfalls is not recommended, due to safety concerns.
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