Beautiful Indonesian waterfall remains hardly touched by tourists
Provided By - Video Elephant on May 16, 2018
This newly-discovered waterfall in Indonesia will make you want to book a holiday.
The beautiful Warinkabom waterfall – meaning "water widow" – was named by locals as a site dedicated to women who had lost their husbands during upheaval in Indonesia in the 1960s.
But the natural feature was only discovered in 2014 in the village of Arefi South in West Papua's Raja Ampat province.
Footage shows the route that must be taken to get to the stunning location, which includes a one-hour boat ride followed by a 45-minute hike through Papuan jungle.
The local government is thought to be investing in the region in order to fully develop the tourism industry of Raja Ampat.
The clip was filmed on May 14.