Telun Berasap Waterfall, Kerinci, Jambi, Indonesia

If you visit Kerinci Seblat National Park from Kerinci, maybe you can stop by to see this massive waterfall. The waterfall flows from Lake Gunung Tujuh and because of the massive and height of the waterfall, it creates vapor that looks like smoke, that the local call it berasap, means smokey. 

It is not allowed to swim under the waterfall due to the massice flow of the water. From the parking area, visitors must walk about 10 minutes through stairs to the view point to see the waterfall. 


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