Bajawa’s Ogi Waterfall
The Bajawa district, also known for the breathtaking Mount Inerie and rich natural products, is also home to the Ogi Waterfall. While there are plenty of unique and interesting tourists’ attractions here in Bajawa, there is only one waterfall as mesmerizing as Ogi and one should not miss a chance to view it in all its splendour.
Easily reachable by motorbike, Ogi Waterfall is located in Faobata Village, Bajawa District, Ngada Regency. As a bonus, the way to the waterfall as well as the curvy path that leads to it offers amazing natural sceneries of green paddy fields, rolling hills and if you look hard enough, the Ebulobo Volcano in the distance.
Along the way, you could stop and take photographs and talk to the local farmers and villagers who would be more than happy to oblige you on your way there. When you’re nearing the waterfall, you will hear the gentle roar of water that’s thundering down from miles above to rocks below.
Aside to being a famous tourists’ attraction, Ogi Waterfall is also a source of electricity for the locals as the government has installed a micro-hydro power processor there to harness nature’s power as a way to support electricity consumption for the nearby city.
– Bring a change of clothes in case you get wet
– Wear insect repellent and sunblock
– Respect nature at all times and don’t throw any rubbish around
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