The Fresh Morning Splash of Boroma Gorontalo Waterfall – One more natural tourism that is a pity if you don’t visit Gorontalo. The name, Boroma waterfall. This recently famous tourist spot is located in North Tamaila Village, Tolangohula District, Gorontalo District (Kabgor).
The Fresh Morning Splash of Boroma Gorontalo Waterfall
adhocpublications – To come to this tourist location, visitors can ride two- and four-wheeled vehicles to get to the starting location. Furthermore, visitors walk with a travel time of about 2 hours.
Even though it is only 2 hours away, the terrain to this location is quite challenging and extreme. Large and slippery rocks are one of the toughest challenges for those who want to feel the freshness of Boroma waterfall.
However, the trip to this location is not really felt, because along the way, visitors are presented with extraordinary natural scenery. The sound of water splashing can make you feel tired on the way immediately disappeared.
Boroma Waterfall is indeed famous for its beauty. In addition to the natural ecosystem that is still maintained, the surrounding forest area still looks beautiful. That’s why the water in this place is clear and cold enough.
Water Can Be Drinked Directly
“Although challenging, but the beauty is quite stunning. The cool air in the morning wants us to linger in this place,
Not only that, said Reza, this clean and clear water can provide its own sensation. This clear and fresh water can also be drunk immediately, although without having to be cooked first.
“Playing on the rocky cliffs of this waterfall is very cool. In addition to the cold water, local residents show that the water can be drunk immediately. I was curious and immediately tried it, wow it turns out fresh too,” he said.
Another visitor, Syahran admitted, had never seen a waterfall as beautiful as this. According to him, Boroma waterfall not only offers clean water, but also provides stunning natural beauty.
“Indeed, this waterfall is not as high as other waterfalls. However, the natural beauty of this place is second to none,” said Syahran.
“Anyway, I hope that visitors do not pollute the place and should protect it with its preservation,” he emphasized.