Silima-Lima Waterfall is located in Simaninggir Village, Marancar District, South Tapanuli Regency (Tapsel), North Sumatra. This place is fortified by two mountains, namely Mount Sibual-Buali and Mount Lubuk Raya.
The place is above an altitude of approximately 1,000 meters above sea level.
Towards to Silima-Lima, we have to pass through rice fields, salak gardens, then rubber plantations owned by residents.
Only takes about 15 minutes by walking from the vehicle parking to the central point of the Silima-Lima tourist location.
The journey of approximately one hour will pay off in full with the compilation of the Silima-Lima waterfall hanging in front of your eyes.
Silima-Limala Waterfall is the highest waterfall in South Tapanuli. The height is approximately 100 meters, the clear and clean water that falls to the bottom makes us amazed.
How to get there?
If you want to visit this location, you will need an hour by motorbike from the city of Padangsidimpuan.
Then from this village, we have to walk again which takes about 15 minutes to arrive at the tourist location.