Best waterfalls in Bali
Ready to discover the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali? Let’s begin! My advise is not to miss the first three waterfalls on the list because, in my opinion, they’re the most stunning waterfalls in Bali.
1. Leke Leke, one of the waterfalls in Bali you don’t want to miss
You may not have enough time to visit every waterfall on this list. If that is you case, you can’t remove from you itinerary is Leke Leke. This waterfall, located in the north of the island, is without a doubt, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali.
I was finally able to visit this waterfall on my third trip to Bali. Sometimes I like to leave pending sites in places that I know I will return to. It never ceases to amaze me! Of course, Leke Leke managed to do so! As soon as I saw the waterfall, I understood her well-deserved popularity.
Leke Leke is located in the north-central area of Bali, very close to the road that leads to Munduk. It’s about an hour drive from Canggu and about 45 minutes from Ubud. You can rent a motorcycle and go on your own or take a grab/gojek.
To get to the waterfall you have to hike for about 15 minutes. It is not a difficult hike. In fact, it is a walk that is quite enjoyable. There is a restaurant next to the entrance. Therefore, if you want to eat something before or after your visit, you can easily find a place to do so. Along the way there is also a coconut stand owned by a very nice man.
Once you get to the bottom, you will find a beautiful scenery. The waterfall measures around 15 meters and is surrounded by rock walls full of vegetation. It is a real beauty.
Entrance fee for Leke Leke: 50.000 IDR ($3.50)
2. Nungnung, one of the most stunning waterfalls in Bali
Another waterfall in Bali that is among my favorites is Nungnung waterfall. You cannot miss visiting this waterfall for anything in the world. It is one of the highest waterfalls on the island. The water falls with great force, which is quite impressive.
It is also located in the center-north of the island. It takes around one hour and 10 minutes from Canggu and one hour from Ubud to get there. There are no other interesting places to visit nearby but it is totally worth going there just to visit this waterfall. You can go by motorcycle or grab.
Once you park your scooter in the parking lot, you have to go down quite a few steps. Going down doesn’t take much work. The struggle begins when you start going back up! You will have to climb more than 500 steps… Hey, what better way to burn off all the calories from nasi goreng and mie goreng (local dishes) that you will eat during your trip?
Entrance fee for Nungnung: 15.000 IDR.
3. Sekumpul, the most popular waterfall in Bali
If I had to rank waterfalls in Bali, Sekumpul will be at the top of that list. It is located in the north of Bali and it’s the most famous waterfall on the island. When you visit it, you will understand why. Several water jet fall down the walls full of vegetation, creating one of the most beautiful picturesque places in Bali. It’s beautiful!
One thing I don’t like about Sekumpul Waterfall is that they have set up a scammy business around it… There are several stalls on the road to the waterfall where they stop you and force you to visit the waterfall with a guide. I’d be fine with it if it was done to support local tourism fairly. However, the prices ridiculous. In addition, I do not see the need to visit a waterfall with a guide, since there’s no information you need to know about a waterfall.
We had read about this, therefore we were prepared not to fall for the scam, for lack of better terms, and keep going until we got to the entrance, where we paid the real fee. Perhaps this is no longer the case and one no longer can visit the waterfall without paying and exorbitant amount, I am not sure.
Getting to Sekumpul is also not easy. Going to the base of the waterfall requires a short hike in which you will have to go uphill, down steps and even cross a river. Every effort is worth it. In addition, along the way you can stop at different viewpoints where it is possible to enjoy the beautiful landscape.
Entrance fee for Sekumpul: 20.000 IDR (without a guide) / 125.000 IDR (with a guide).
4. Tibumana, great for bathing
If you think of a perfect waterfall, you may picture something similar to Tibumana. This waterfall, located just half an hour from Ubud, is one of the most beautiful on the island. Visiting it will not leave you speechless. From Canggu, it takes around one hour and 20 minute to get there.
Unlike other waterfalls I’ve mentioned so far, where the water isn’t deep enough to swim, bathing in Tibumana is possible. Therefore, if you want to discover one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali and you also want to cool off, this is the perfect place to do so.
The road to get to Tibumana Waterfall is very beautiful. Just before reaching the waterfall you will pass through a road surrounded by rice fields and palm trees. It is also a good place to take some photos. The waterfall is only ten minutes away from the parking lot.
Entrance fee to Tibumana: 15.000 IDR.
5. Tukad Cepung, a waterfall located in a cave
Tukad Cepung is one of the most unique and different waterfalls in Bali. This is because the waterfall is located in a series of caves and canyons. If you arrive at the correct time, around 10 a.m, you will be able to find the waterfall illuminated by sun rays that enter through the branches and cavities. Of course, there may be quite a few people.
Tukad Cepung is located an hour and a half from Canggu and 50 minutes from Ubud. It is located in the Sideman area, one of the most beautiful regions in Bali as it is full of rice fields and views of Mount Agung. If you are going to visit Tibumana, you should also visit Tukad Cepung on the same day as it is not far away. You can kill two birds with one stone
Once you park your scooter in the parking lot or your driver leaves you at the entrance, you have to walk for about 15 minutes. Despite having to go down a few steps, much of the way is flat, therefore, it does not require much effort.
Entrance fee for Tukad Cepung: 15.000 IDR.
6. Tegenungan, otra de las cascadas de Bali más populares
Tegenungan Waterfall was the first waterfall I visited in Bali. Due to its proximity to Ubud and its own charm, it has become one of the most popular waterfalls on the island. From Ubud, it only takes 25 minutes to get there. From Canggu, it takes almost an hour.
One of the reasons why this waterfall stands from the rest is because of the amount of water that falls. It is one of the waterfalls with the most water. In fact, if you visit during wet season and it has been raining, the current will be very strong. Be careful.
From the parking lot, head down a set of stairs for about 15 minutes. Then you walk along the river and cross a small bridge. If the current is not strong, it is a good place to take bathe. It is possible to climb the cliff at the other end to enjoy a different perspective.
Price Tegenungan Waterfall: 15.000 IDR.
7. Kanto Lampo, one of the most unique waterfalls in Bali
Kanto Lampo waterfall is one of the most unique and striking waterfalls in Bali. This is because it is not the standard waterfall with a single jet. In this case, the water falls through numerous jets, creating a very unique scenery.
Kanto Lampo is located a half an hour from Ubud and an hour and a twenty-five minutes from Canggu. I remind you that you can rent your own motorcycle, hire a private driver or use apps like Grab or Gojek (similar to Uber).
Once you arrive at the parking lot, you only have to walk around 5 minutes to get to the waterfall. If possible, I recommend going early in the morning to be able to enjoy this natural wonder with more peace of mind.
Price for Kanto Lampo: 15.000 IDR.
8. Cascada Suwat, get on the wooden platform
Suwat Waterfall has become very popular among tourists recently. In fact, I had never even heard of it until my most recent trip to Bali. It is 30 minutes from from Ubud and one hour and 20 minutes from Canggu.
It is not one of the most impressive waterfalls in Bali, but it is one of the best for bathing, since the water falls into a wide and deep natural pool. Also, another thing that draws people’s attention is the bamboo raft where you can go on a ride. The lagoon is fairly small as seen in the photo above.
To access the waterfall, once you leave your motorcycle in the parking lot, walk for 10 minutes. There are some steps along the way but it’s not a very hard walk.
Price for Suwat Waterfall: 15.000 IDR.
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9. Aling Aling, para los más aventureros
The northern part of the island, especially the Munduk area, is full of amazing waterfalls. One of the most beautiful is Aling Aling. However, tourists come to this waterfall not only to enjoy its beauty but also to have fun. This is because the set of waterfalls has natural slides and several spots to jump from.
Before continuing, you should know that there are two types of tickets to visit this waterfall. One costs 20,000 IDR and only allows you to walk around the area and see the waterfalls. The other ticket, which costs 125,000 IDR, includes a guide, who will accompany you through the different canyons and cliff jumping spots. If you want to enjoy a more adventurous experience, you will have to do it this way.
Entrance fee: 20.000 IDR (without a guide) / 125.000 IDR (with a guide).
10. Banyumala Twin Waterfalls
Banyumala Twin Waterfalls is one of the best waterfalls in Bali. It’s not as striking as Leke Leke or Nungning but it’s one of the most picturesque waterfalls in all of Bali. It’s also located in the north-central part of Bali.
The waterfall is located approximately an hour and a half from Ubud and Canggu. As you can see, it is a bit far compared to other waterfalls on the list. There are also many other waterfalls to visit in the area, therefore you can visit several places on the same day.
After parking your scooter or vehicle, walk for approximately 15 minutes. You will be greeted with beautiful water jets falling on a wall full of vegetation. On the base, you’ll be able to bathe in the natural pool. Specially during rainy season, the path down to the waterfall can be very slippery. Thus, I recommend wearing adequate footwear.
Being a very popular waterfall, I recommend going in the morning. This way you’ll be able to enjoy this incredible natural wonder with peace of mind.
Entrance fee: 30.000 IDR.
11. Gitgit Waterfall, located in the northern part of Bali
If you find yourself in the northern part of Bali, Gitgit waterfall is an amazing place worth visiting. Like Banyumala waterfall, Gitgit waterfall had two water jets. It is also a great waterfall to bathe in since the water in the pool is deep enough
The waterfall is pretty easy to access. Once you’ve parked your vehicle, walk for approximately ten minutes on paved road and you’ll get there,
From places like Ubud and Canggu, it’ll take about 2 hours to get to Gitgit waterfall.
Entrance fee: 20.000 IDR.
12. Red Coral Waterfall / Munduk Waterfall
Red Coral Waterfall, commonly known was Munduk Waterfall, if located in the Munduk region, northern part of Bali. This part of the island is really worth visiting. It’s not very touristic like other parts of Bali, at least when I visited Munduk a few years ago, therefore you can enjoy beautiful places and avoid large crowds.
As you can see in the photo, the waterfall is fairly high. There is a small pool at the base where you can bathe. After you’ve parked your scooter or vehicle, walk for about 10 minutes to get to the waterfall.
From Ubud and Canggu, you’re looking at a 45 minute drive to get to Munduk Waterfall.
Entrance fee: 20.000 IDR.
13. Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall, one of the most unique waterfalls in Bali
We’ve come to the end of this compilation of the best waterfalls in Bali. Last but not least, Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall, also located in the Munduk area, is a unique waterfall worth visiting. As you may have already seen, the north of the island is home to the vast majority of waterfalls.
Banyu Wana Amertha waterfall is actually 4 waterfalls. The visit consists of a small hike which takes you to all these waterfalls. They are not the most stunning waterfalls in Bali; however, they are very beautiful and picturesque, and the scenery is wonderful.
It takes about an hour and 45 minutes to get there from Ubud or Canggu.
Entrance fee: 20.000 IDR.
Where to stay in to visit waterfalls in Bali
If visiting waterfalls is going to be one of your main objectives during your trip to Bali, there are two main places on the island where I recommend staying:
Staying in Ubud, in the heart of Bali
Ubud is one of the main tourist centers in Bali. Apart from being quite close to some of the main waterfalls in Bali (Tibumana, Kanto Lampo, Suwat, etc.), you will also be very close to many other places to visit in Bali, such as the Tegallalang rice fields, Monkey Forest, Goa Gajah Temple or Pura Tirta Empul.
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Staying in Munduk, you’ll be very close to many beautiful waterfalls in Bali
Another great option to stay in Bali if you want to visit waterfalls is the Munduk area, in the north of the island. This region has endless waterfalls, not just the ones mentioned in this article. It also has other tourist attractions such as the Hidden Hills Wanagiri, the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple and Handara Gates.
Munduk is at a higher altitude therefore, the weather is somewhat different from other parts of Bali. You should know that it is usually quite cool in the mornings and at night, therefore, do not forget to take a raincoat, which will also come in handy when it rains.
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I hope this article on the 13 best waterfalls in Bali has been very useful for you in planning your trip to this incredible island. If you have any questions, I encourage you to leave a comment down below email me. Until next time, travelers!
Best waterfalls in BaliReady to discover the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali? Let’s begin! My advise is not to miss the first three waterfalls on the list because, in my opinion, they’re the most stunning waterfalls in Bali.1. Leke Leke, one of the waterfalls in Bali you don’t want to missYou may...
You may not have enough time to visit every waterfall on this list.. This waterfall, located in the north of the island, is without a doubt, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali.. Several water jet fall down the walls full of vegetation, creating one of the most beautiful picturesque places in Bali.. This waterfall, located just half an hour from Ubud, is one of the most beautiful on the island.. The road to get to Tibumana Waterfall is very beautiful.. Once you park your scooter in the parking lot or your driver leaves you at the entrance, you have to walk for about 15 minutes.. Tegenungan Waterfall was the first waterfall I visited in Bali.. To access the waterfall, once you leave your motorcycle in the parking lot, walk for 10 minutes.. (Video) North Bali is WORTH it: Stunning temples & waterfalls!. There are also many other waterfalls to visit in the area, therefore you can visit several places on the same day.. If you find yourself in the northern part of Bali, Gitgit waterfall is an amazing place worth visiting.. This part of the island is really worth visiting.. Last but not least, Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall, also located in the Munduk area, is a unique waterfall worth visiting.. (Video) MUST VISIT in NORTH BALI - DON'T MISS this BEAUTIFUL Place
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Yet, there’s so much to do in Ubud besides waterfalls – check out our post about what to do in Ubud in 3 days!. You can combine these falls with nearby Leke Leke , or check out the swing found in the organic farm just near the entrance to Nung Nung Falls to turn it into a day trip!. Entrance Fee – 10,000 IDR for the view point, 150,000 IDR if you’re planning to cliff jump.. Similarly to Aling Aling, Cemara waterfalls include 5 different falls , which can be reached by a guided trek covering different kinds of terrain, including a dense rainforest.. These are probably the best Bali waterfalls to get away from it all!. Of course, you’ll still find lush green vegetation and a beautiful waterfall here – but there here is one more amazing thing that makes Sumampan waterfall truly special.. Have you ever been to Bali and have visited these waterfalls?
The 7 best Bali Waterfalls you shouldn’t miss! We’ve scoured this paradise island to find the best waterfalls for epic photos, cool dips and quiet seclusion for your trip to Bali. We’ll tell you what to expect, how to get there and everything you need to know about each spot.
We’ve put together our favourite Bali waterfalls and tips for making sure you avoid the crowds and have the best time.. Location: Between Munduk & Ubud Entry fee: 20k ($1 USD) Popularity: Medium - not too busy. Bali Waterfalls: Nungnung. Bali Waterfalls: Nungnung. Tukad Cepung Waterfall is definitely the most unique on this list and is high on every instagrammer’s list of places to visit in Bali.. Bali Waterfalls: Tukad Cepung. Banyumala Waterfall is the perfect place to avoid the crowds and have a simply stunning waterfall all to yourself.. Bali Waterfalls: Banyumala. Bali Waterfalls: Banyumala. Bali Waterfalls: Sekumpul. Bali Waterfalls: Leke Leke. Bali Waterfalls: Munduk Waterfall. Bali Waterfalls: Tibumana. From Ubud: Tukad Cepung and Tibumana From Munduk: Leke Leke, Banyumala, Sekumpul, Munduk Waterfall and Nungnung
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It’s located in North Bali, so you’ll need to either get a driver, or rent a moped and drive yourself and I suggest you stay up north over night so that you can visit some of the other cool waterfalls in Bali that are up north.. We went with our friends and funny story, we asked Brad’s brother to take a picture of us, so we climb on the waterfall and found and area where no one else would be in the shot, and basically he zoomed in on the picture, completely missing the point of wanting the waterfall in the background, so the picture did not turn out good haha.. If you take a Bali waterfall tour, then it’s likely all of them include this waterfall as it’s one of the most accessible and easiest to visit waterfalls in Bali!. It’s located in the north of the island, so requires either the use of a moped , or hiring a driver to take you there.. When you visit you’ve got a couple of options, you can simply visit the viewing platform and view from above, or you can take one of the trekking options and go underneath the waterfall (and visit nearby Fiji Waterfall too).. I actually had never heard of this waterfall before I visited, and the only reason I visited was as part of a ForeverVacation Bali Instagram Tour .. Entrance cost is 10,000 IDR Parking is free There are some cool cafes serving great food and drink There is a changing room and toilets to use for for free You have to walk through water to get to the falls, so water shoes are a good idea You’ll probably have to queue for the light ray photo. Take a tour: So if you don’t fancy hiring a driver or driving yourself, then you can take a tour.. A great thing about a waterfall tour is that it takes out all the stress of planning and you can simply enjoy the waterfalls on offer.. What is the best Private Waterfall tour in Bali?. Remember to pack a towel, and maybe a change of clothes for the end of the day When packing for Bali , water shoes are cheap to buy and super useful when visiting waterfalls, it will help avoid cuts on your feet Make sure your camera equipment is waterproof- it’ll get wet!. So there you have it, my guide to visiting the best waterfalls in Bali!. If you’ve only got time to visit some of the MANY waterfalls in Bali, then I suggest you pick these 7.. I’ve visited A LOT of must see waterfalls in Bali, so below I take you through my guide of the best waterfalls in Bali to visit on your next trip.
With so many to choose from it's near impossible to rank the best waterfalls in Bali. The island of the Gods has been blessed with an abundance of waterfalls.
The beaches and weather conditions might be exceptional, but Bali offers much more than just the chance to relax on the sand; the Bali waterfalls are one of the special things about this tourist destination.. Regardless of the time or effort spent getting to this waterfall in Bali, the view more than makes up for it will take your breath away.. Aling-Aling waterfall is located in the north of Bali and is one of the most impressive waterfalls on the island.. It’s quite far from Ubud and Canggu, making it less popular than other Bali waterfalls and the perfect spot to enjoy nature.. At only 35 meters high, this isn’t the highest waterfall in the Bali region, but what it lacks in height, it makes up for some beautiful scenery and wildlife.. The caves around the waterfall area are exceptional side attractions; you can opt to explore them after you’ve finished enjoying the waterfall and lazing on the giant rock slabs dotted around the area.. The Carat is actually a two-in-one waterfall; there’s a miniature waterfall and the taller waterfall.. There are some superstitions surrounding this waterfall; one claims misfortune will befall anyone who speaks ill about the waterfall.. A rather unfamiliar waterfall in the North of Bali, Jembong waterfall, with its crystal-clear water, is hidden away in the Ambengan village of the Sukasada district.. In fact, it’s rather unpopular when compared to Sekumpul, Gitgit waterfall, or Niagra waterfall.. A worthy mention on any list of best Bali waterfalls would be Pengempu waterfall in Cau Belayu.
Looking for the Best Waterfalls in Bali. Here is a list of all the best waterfalls in Bali, whether you are looking for adventure and want to plunge in or just looking for relaxing waterfalls here is a list of the best.
Located quite North on the Island, this waterfall is about a 2-hour drive from Canggu or 40 minutes from Lovina Beach.. It is family-friendly with a paved pathway down to the falls making it one of the best waterfalls in Bali. What makes it one of the best waterfalls in Bali, is it is not just one waterfall.. Located in the north at 900 this waterfall is located about a 1-hour drive from Ubud and 1 hour 20 minutes from Canggu.. It will take you about an hour to get to the waterfall, but it is one of the best waterfalls in Bali.. Once you are in this town, the hike to the actual waterfall is about 500 stairs but it will take you to both waterfalls.. If you are wanting a more secluded waterfall than continue along the path another kilometer towards the 15-meter high Melanting Waterfall.. Only a 1-5 hour drive North of Canggu, Sekumpul waterfalls is actually made up of 6-7 different cascading falls that flow from the vertical rock walls.. There you have it, a few of the best waterfalls in Bali.
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Read on to know more about the best waterfalls in Bali!. Located in Buleleng province, this waterfall in Bali is known for a lush green spectacle, good accessibility by road and foot, and its scenic twin water inclines.. It makes this waterfall in Bali a fairly powerful one.. Visit Gitgit waterfalls from northern Bali, either from Lovina or Munduk.. Known as the Niagara Falls of Bali, Niagara Munduk offers not one but two visually captivating waterfalls.. Truly a marvel of nature, Niagara Munduk is indeed one of the must-visit waterfalls in Bali.. This magical sight is easily accessible from Munduk in just 10 minutes by road, making it one of the most visited waterfalls in Bali due to its accessibility and pleasant topography.. Having said that, Nungung waterfalls is the perfect waterfalls in Bali for the explorer in you and is absolutely worth the effort!. If we were to name the most scenic, tourist-friendly waterfalls in Bali, it would be the Tibumana Waterfalls.. The calm water and uniform topography with up to waist height make Tibumana the best waterfalls in Bali to swim in.. Due to it’s proximity to Gitgit waterfalls, Jembong waterfalls are most times unvisited and often underrated in the list of the best waterfalls in Bali.. One of the best waterfalls in Bali for spiritual healing is Jemnong Waterfalls.
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Rice fields and volcanoes like Gunung Agung form a wonderful backdrop to hikes around Sideman © Edmund Lowe Photgraphy / Getty Images Where to stay There’s a great choice of accommodation to suit all budgets: charming Pondok Wisata Lihat Sawah maximises the views; stylish Samanvaya is where you go to pamper yourself.. Swim with the fishes on the reef off Nusa Penida © Sunphol Sorakul / Getty Images Where to stayIf you like Nusa Penida, check out Nusa Ceningan The other island that makes up part of this chain off Bali’s east coast is Nusa Ceningan – the perfect compromise between resorty Lembongan and low-key Penida.. Explore the Bajra Sandhi Monument at ground level, then climb to the top for sweeping views across Bali's capital, Denpasar © rmnunes / Getty Images Where to stayIf you like Denpasar, check out Singaraja Despite being only 10km from the popular beachside town of Lovina , Bali’s second largest town, Singaraja , in the far north, has a truly authentic Indonesian feel.. Home to one of Bali’s most beautiful palaces, the majestic Taman Tirta Gangga , Tirta Gannga may attract its fair share of visitors during the day, but evenings bring a tranquility far removed from touristy Bali.. Beyond the palace, the main lure is the bucolic countryside with some wonderful hikes to pretty rice fields, local villages and holy temples.
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Wifi hotspot – You can buy local sim cards at various stalls along main shopping streets but prices differ quite a lot and you might be travelling onwards as well.. Banyumala Waterfall One of the most stunning and largest waterfalls in Northern Bali, Sekumpul Waterfall is actually made up of various waterfalls.. Grombong Waterfall isn’t all that but it sits right next to the south entrance for Sekumpul Waterfall and you might as well check it out.. You can sit in its small pool and unlike Sekumpul and Fiji waterfall, it’s easy to get there.. Tegenungan Waterfall, photo credit: Michelle Maria Again, this waterfall isn’t a big gush of water but more a cascading stream of water.. This means that during dry season Kanto Lampo Waterfall in Bali is not really worth a visit as it is a seasonal waterfall.. The falls are 20 metres high and fall into a shallow pool.. Some of the falls are super close together, others a little further apart but each is so beautiful, you have to see multiple to really make the trip into the jungle absolutely worth it.. Instead, you will get the best Bali waterfalls.
Bali iconises with beaches, temples and monuments but these best waterfalls in Bali are no less charm. These spectacular waterfalls offer quietude and peace of mind.
Cascading down from a height of 35 meters, it is a spectacular fall, surrounded by lush green forests.. People travelling to Lovina beach, make a stopover here at Gitgit falls.. Tourists can enjoy the breathtaking view of 7 cascades from the top while those who love adventure, can enjoy the hike by crossing small streams and trekking down.. Located amid the opulent valleys of the Wanagiri village in Buleleng, one needs to trek quite a bit to reach this scenic marvel.. Next on the list is Goa Rang Reng Waterfall, a breath-taking cascade, located around the regency of Gianyar.
Besides the beaches, waterfalls in Bali have captured so many tourists interest. The secluded place and quiet vibe are two main reasons why waterfall
Just hold your water people, and walk through the 460 steps to reach other falls.. Bhuana Sari Waterfall by @wahego When you are in Denpasar City , you can drive for about 2.5 hours to reach one of the recommended waterfalls in Bali .. You just need to drive no more than an hour to reach Tabanan Bali , where the cascade waits for your visit.. Even though Gitgit Waterfall is access able, you are still able to witness the fresh tropical forest around the fall.. The height of this fall is not as high as Gitgit, but due to this thing, you can enjoy bathing under the water flow!. Then ask for the direction to the locals, since the sign of Jembong Waterfall isn’t clear enough.. This place is also known as the twin waterfalls.. At another place, you can find a natural water slide that made naturally by the water flow.. You need to visit this place when you are in Bali.. Here you can get something that probably any other waterfalls in Bali will not have.. While enjoying the fresh water, you can slightly witness the fall as well.. Address : If you are interested in Tegenung Waterfall, you may drive to Gianyar and reach the Tegenungan Kemenuh Village.
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We hope to continue visiting more waterfalls throughout the island and will keep adding to this list every time we find a winner!. There are a few areas in Tegenungan Waterfall you can visit.. This definitely needs to be on your Bali waterfall Bucketlist!. Once you arrive at the bottom of the stairs, you must walk through the water to really see her beauty.. Dusun Kuning is a perfect little spot for a swim, with a small natural pool below.. This isn’t the best place to go swimming as the water levels are low and the water falling is incredibly strong, but it is a must see destination in Bali.. It is about a 10minute walk down and you can shower underneath, but there isn’t enough water to swim.. Cost – 30K IDR ($3 AUD) entrance + free small water. Banyumala Twin Waterfalls has been one of our favourite Bali Waterfalls to visit so far, there is a huge pool underneath to swim in, and you truly feel like you are in a jungle.. Renting a scooter would take you back 50K IDR ($5 AUD) per day, or if you plan on hiring a driver for the day for a DIY tour then 500-600K IDR ($50-60 AUD) is a normal price for a full day trip.. The best areas to stay in would be Ubud, Bedugul or Munduk.
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Also known as Kemenuh Waterfall, Tegenungan Waterfall is located Kemenuh Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar.. Right before you reach the entrance of the waterfall, you can visit some coffee and clove plantations near the area.. The 48 meters tall makes Gitgit Waterfall the highest waterfall in Bali.. 3.000 for a kid in order to visit the waterfall.. The best time to visit Sekumpul Waterfall will be in the morning in order to avoid rain that usually comes in the evening that will make the path and the stairs to the waterfall rather slippery.. Here, you will not only get the great view of the waterfall, but also the coffee and clove plantations around the area, that of course will be one of the best spots to take pictures in Melanting Waterfall.. With about 20 meters tall, Melanting Waterfall is not as tall as the giant 48 meters Gitgit Waterfall.. Check out about Things to Do in Munduk Bali Indonesia (Beautiful) From Kuta Bali, the trip takes 2,5 hours or 77 km before you reach the waterfall.. Close to Melanting Waterfall, there is also Munduk Waterfall that will require you to pay Rp.. Once you have arrived, you can see that Carat Waterfall has two other waterfalls, the smaller 4 meters waterfall and the bigger one.. It is said that the local communities near Carat Waterfall believe that the waterfall is haunted.
I don't know what it is about waterfalls, but I feel an almost gravitational pull to find them. Bursting out into a few lines of Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell's hit "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" is a bit dramatic, but not that much of a stretch. I'd climb a tall mountain and cross a wide river (
From the parking lot, it’s about a 15-minute hike down a steep set of stairs to the twin waterfalls.. We hiked about 15 minutes through the beautiful jungle before we reached the first waterfall.. In order to slide, jump and swim, you’re supposed to pay the local guides at the waterfall IDR 125,000 (around $9).. These waterfalls are enough to fill one day, but if you’re staying in the area and have more time, check out Munduk Waterfall and NungNung Waterfall.. Getting to Tukad Cepung Waterfall feels like your own little adventure trekking into the jungle, into a cave, and through a stream.. Most of the waterfalls in Bali we visited had signage on the main road to point visitors in the right direction.. We had some extra time, so figured why not.
Are you going to visit Bali soon? So you cannot miss visiting a waterfall there, and for your happiness, Bali has a lot of them. In this post, I will list 7 of the most beautiful waterfalls you can visit in Bali, plus I will throw a bonus tip waterfall at the end.
To reach the Leke Leke waterfall there is a long and beautiful trek (15 – 25min), that maybe is not so easy for some people, however, this waterfall will be way less busy than Tegenungan Waterfall so you may have time to appreciate the nature around and have a swim.. Tukad Cepung waterfall is definitely one of the most popular waterfalls in Bali, and as mentioned before, not too far from Tibumana waterfall (about 30 min) so you can easily visit both waterfalls in one day.. As Tukad Cepung waterfall is increasingly becoming a popular waterfall you may find it overcrowded and you may have to queue to take photos, but it still one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali so worth a visit.. I didn’t bother going inside the water, there was no safe place to leave my belongs around the waterfall and it was also full of people – it would take ages to get a good photo in the main waterfall by myself, so I used the other waterfall for some snaps and left.. This waterfall is not as popular as other waterfalls in Bali, though I believe it will be eventually, so not as crowded as some waterfalls mentioned in this article.. The Red Coral Waterfall , aka Munduk Waterfall , is another waterfall spot in central-north Bali in the village of Munduk and another one that is worth a visit.. The Red Coral waterfall is near the Banyumala Twin waterfall (around 10km away from each other) so I would recommend planning a visit to both waterfalls on the same day.. Tips: Visit the Banyumala Twin waterfall and the Kroya waterfall (our Bonus Tip waterfall) on the same day.
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A wooden walkway leads to the 40m tall gushing waterfall, which falls into a rocky pool.. Located in the Munduk Village, around 45 minute drive from Bali, Banyumala Twin Waterfalls are one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali.. Also known as the Guyangan Falls, these waterfalls are not as famous as the other places on the island; but once you visit this attraction, you are sure to be awestruck by the exquisite beauty and magnificence which is on display here.. The cool water tumbles down into a rocky pool where one can take a dip.. Surrounded by grassy cover, this waterfall in Bali offers a stunning view and refreshing experience.. 4.7 /5 Located in Tejakula district in Buleleng, Yeh Mapeh waterfalls provide a rejuvenating experience to visitors.. The 30m gushing waterfall in Bali falls into a pool where one can take a plunge, while the surrounding lush greenery adds to the scenic beauty.. A15-minute hike through bamboo bridges that snakes through the tropical Balinese jungle from there leads you to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali.. One of the most unique waterfalls in Bali, located in the Gianyar regency, this waterfall also contains caves and a hidden canyon waterfall that is perfect for swimming.. A scenic 875-step trek through coffee, clove and Duran plantations leads you to the falls, which cascades from a height of five metres.
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It’s about a three-hour trek one way, including stepping through streams so if you don’t enjoy hiking, this may not be the waterfall for you.. Surrounded by bamboo forests, Sekumpul is a wonderful way to get exercise, see gorgeous waterfalls and enjoy a swim surrounded by nature.. Location: Jalan Raya Desa Sekumpul, Sawan, Lemukih, BulelengEntry fee: 20,000 IDR – GOOGLE MAP. Location: Jalan Raya Desa Sambangan, Sambangan, Sukasada, Kabupaten BulelengEntry fee: 10,000 IDR – GOOGLE MAP. in Ubud village, temple nearby.. The waterfall itself is small and unassuming but there is an iconic blue stairway which leads you down a cliffside pathway to a sacred water temple, a pilgrimage site for local Balinese people.. The best time to visit is between 2 – 4pm if you’re looking to enjoy the falls with fewer visitors.. 10-15 meters high.
Central to North Bali is home to some amazing tropical sites & waterfalls. Here's a list of the best waterfalls in Bali to make your next trip easy.
I’ve decided to make your next trip to Bali is easy with this guide to the best waterfalls in Bali so you can thank me later!. We’ve deemed ourselves unofficial waterfall aficionados; clocking hours on the back of our scooter on questionable dirt roads in search for the best-looking waterfalls.. or hop on a scooter (if you can ride for $5-$7 approx) and take yourself on a tour of some of the most amazing waterfalls and landscapes that Bali has to offer.. Central to North Bali is home to some amazing tropical sites and breathtaking waterfalls if you can be bothered to find them.. The season you visit matters when visiting waterfalls – dry seasons will mean less water and shallower swimming pools at the bottom.. So here it is – our guide to the best waterfalls in Bali that you need to find time to visit the next time you’re there!. Sekumpul is easily considered to be one of the best waterfalls in Bali that you’ll come across.. Address – Wanagiri, Sukasada, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81161, Indonesia – the entrance to the dirt road is small and next to a roadside cafe.. This waterfall is seasonal so wet season is better to visit because you’ll have a good flow of water.. You’ll walk through a short but dark gorge before you come to a dead end where you’ll find the waterfall glistening in the sunlight flowing in from the canopy above.. We went to this one on our last trip and had so much fun because this place offers not only a great waterfall (Aling Aling) but you can also do cliff-jumping and water sliding just minutes away from it.. A stunning waterfall that’s hidden and draws less crowds if you’re ever visiting because of the distance from the main areas in Bali as well as the steep stairs to get down to it.. Tell me about your favourite waterfalls in Bali here!