Kopu River, Beauty of the Nature in Kampar Regency


Kopu River Waterfall is one of the tourist attractions in Riau that gives a new feel for nature lovers. Not only can enjoy the swift water from the high rock cliffs, here the visitors can also feel the coolness of the forest along the river.   The Kopu River waterfall is located in Tanjung Village, the capital city of Koto Kampar Hulu sub-district, Riau Province. It turns out that the river that was in the West Sumatra Province and empties into the Kampar River has an enchanting natural charm.

Kopu River Waterfall is one of the tourist attractions in Riau that gives a new feel for nature lovers. Not only can enjoy the swift water from the high rock cliffs, here the visitors can also feel the coolness of the forest along the river.

The Kopu River waterfall is located in Tanjung Village, the capital city of Koto Kampar Hulu sub-district, Riau Province. It turns out that the river that was in the West Sumatra Province and empties into the Kampar River has an enchanting natural charm.

Not only feel the cool atmosphere of the river and waterfall, here visitors will also feel how exciting the adventure is through the still beautiful green forest. With flanked by two hills and a large aid that is uniquely shaped, the trip to this waterfall will be more interesting. What is the beauty look like? Here's the full review.

Visitors will be spoiled with views of the forest clad in ancient rocks and cliffs like a grand canyon. From the sidelines of the cliffs emanating water forms forming steep water of various sizes. Not only one, the cliffs with a height of about 15 meters flow a waterfall with a considerable amount.

Cliffs and rocks on the Kopu river that emit water are indeed exotic and have a unique shape. Each stone has its own name and legend. Like rock "kangkuong" or in Indonesian "batu Katak (frog stones)", because the shape resembles a frog. So is the "ladiong" or "sword" stone because it looks like a sword.

The biggest waterfall flows from rocks called "Batu Hidung (nose stones)". In addition to the unique contours of this stone, it looks more exotic because on the left and right sides of the rock flowed by waterfalls spilling from the top of the cliff. This water flow also has a philosophy that is trusted by the people there.

If the river flows more from the right, then there will be abundant sustenance for Tanjung Village. But if the flow of the waterfall flows more from the left side, then the fortune will be abundant for the people in the village of Muara Peti which is on the border of Riau-West Sumatra.

In some of the waterfall spots visitors can swim because it's not so deep. But you can certainly not linger, because the water feels so cold.

This one tour is indeed most suitable for you who are challenging nature lovers. How not, to get to the limestone river, you need about three hours drive from Pekanbaru.

The trip can start from Pekanbaru to Tanjung Village. The distance of this village is about two kilometers from the Muara Takus temple complex. To reach the waterfall from Tanjung village can be reached by two-wheeled vehicles or on foot. Within walking distance is approximately two and a half hours drive. While the two wheels can be reached in about one hour. Outboard boats or paddles are vehicles that can be used by every visitor who wants to go to this tourist spot.

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