Cunca Rede Waterfall
In Sano Lokom Village, within Flores’s Manggarai regency, nature lovers can find the Cunca Rede Waterfall, a breathtaking 30-metre high falls with fresh flowing spring water. We understand that the fresh water from Cunca Rede are being used to water eight Lingkos Rice Fields in the surrounding areas. The surrounding sceneries are spectacular and great for those looking for a bit of a refreshing from the mundane.
To get to the Cunca Rede Waterfall, you need to drive for 2-hours from Borong district. Once you get to the area where the waterfall is, you’ll need to descend a set of stone steps that resembles a stairway. Down near the falls, you’ll see that the wind blows water onto the surrounding rocky walls, which falls in great drops below. The thunderous water flows unchangingly even during the dry season.
Along the way to the waterfall, you can take in the area’s beautifully pristine panorama. The rich forest surrounding the area is the habitat for numerous colourful birds, trees and wild orchids. You could also explore the rice terraces nearby and for the adventurous, do continue your exploration to the Cunca Ncuar Waterfall.
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