"The visits to Harau Valley continues to increase since Eid al-Fitr. It can reach 1,500 visits a day," Harau Valley ticket seller, Susmayulianti stated here on Wednesday (June 20).
According to the staff of Limapuluh Kota Tourism Office, the peak of visitors occurred on Sunday (June 17) which reached 2,000 people.
Harau Valley is one of the leading tourist destinations in Limapuluh Kota.
Visitors can see the high cliffs and four waterfalls that could be an option at that place.
In addition, Harau Valley also has a variety of rides to play such as horseback riding, play boat and flower gardens on the hillside.
Besides, visitors can also buy food, drinks, clothing, and souvenirs from merchants at Sarasah Bunta waterfall.
The entrance to Harau Valley sells for Rp5.000 per person.
In general, visitors do not only come from local area, but also other areas such as Pekanbaru, Jambi and Bengkulu.
"We are here to bring our children to see the waterfall," Yetti (34), one of the nomads from Pekanbaru stated. (cha)