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Waterfalls

Tegenungan waterfall

Location is very accessible. The waterfall is located in the village Tegenungan Blahbatuh, Gianyar regency, during dry season The water is clean, clear and suitable for washing or just playing around water but during the rainy season the water is dirty and has brown colour

Tegenungan Waterfall is one for nature lovers who happen to be staying in Ubud or have neighbouring Sukawati among their tour itineraries. The falls are conveniently located halfway between Ubud and Bali’s provincial capital of Denpasar, and is considered the closest natural attraction of its kind that you can reach within only a half-hour transfer southeast from Ubud town. Getting to the falls is a pleasant drive down paved village roads lined with stretches of green rice fields on both sides.

The falls are only several minutes’ walk down the trail beyond the shops, where you’ll enjoy the impressively green valley panorama with cascading water as a centrepiece. Dense foliage frames the falls, and the water volume is impressive at almost any time of year, but normally at its strongest during the wet season (October to April). You can go down to the vast pebbly base and enjoy a dip in the plunge pool, but this is not advised after heavy downpours, due to the risk of flash floods.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall 

Still remains as the best virgin waterfall of Bali. The fact that this spot is not known to a lot of people and still not under the commercial tourist spots, you are not under any obligations to pay anything to enter area. However, since the area is well-maintained by the local villagers and some of them contribute in showing and/or explaining the waterfall to the visitors, it would be kind if you gave a tip so they can continue to maintain this hidden spot.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall has mesmerized everyone who have managed to spot it. Well-guarded by the cliffs, this waterfall is difficult to locate for the first time visitor. A few hundred stairs down the cliff is worth the effort once you arrive at the destination. The circular cliffs give you the feeling of being in a cave, while the open sky right from where the waterfall emerges, gives you the most enchanting view. The sunlight falls on the glistering waterfall creating a rainbow, which feels as though it is projected right up to you. If you have never seen water flowing from the sky, then this would be your chance. Unlike any other waterfalls in Bali, Tukad Cepung Waterfall does not flow into a river, stream or jungle, but it flows gently down the cliffs. The river can be seen from up above, meanwhile the waterfall can only be viewed once you walk down the stairs and into the cliff.

Tibumana Waterfalls

Tibumana Waterfall Bali is one of the islands best kept secrets. An easy walk down and a beautiful swimming spot, here’s all the info for visiting.

Tibumana Waterfall is a beautiful paradise and it is one of Bali’sBest Kept Secrets. The picture-perfect Tibumana Waterfall is a fantastic place to spend a few hours exploring the surrounding rainforests and swimming in the natural rock pools.

Munduk Waterfalls

Munduk Waterfall is one of the more lesser known falls in Bali. Hidden in the mountains of the north

Just a short 15 minute trek down from the parking area, and across a rickety old bamboo bridge, you’ll find a single stream of water flowing from high in the forest.

Unlike most waterfalls in Bali, Munduk Waterfall is not one that’s ideal for swimming. There was not much water at the bottom of the falls, and it has a very powerful flow. However it’s still a pretty epic spot for photos.

Operated by a couple of locals, Munduk Waterfall is not super popular with tourists, meaning you’ll likely have the whole area to yourself. There is also a toilet and changing area near the entrance.

Gitgit Waterfalls

Gitgit Waterfall is a waterfall on Bali, Indonesia. It is located on the north of the Southeast Asian island between the old island capital of Singaraja and the inland village of Munduk. The waterfall is a popular tourist destination in Bali, known for its height and the surrounding attractive foliage and natural swimming pools, accessible by a rocky walking trail.

Banyumala Twin Waterfalls

Beautiful parallel falls with an awesome swimming hole at the bottom. Banyumala Twin Falls are becoming quite the hit in the North. With other popular spots such as Gitgit and Sekumpul just a short drive up, Banyumala is an ideal starting point for those staying in Munduk.

A slightly difficult trek down, through DIY bamboo trails, it’s certainly worth the effort when you reach the foot of the falls.

Two epic waterfalls separated only by the rocks holding them together, and a huge swimming hole at the bottom. There’s plenty of space for all visitors to enjoy a swim in the crystal clear waters, and it’s ideal for jumping in and freshening off after the trek down.

Of all the waterfalls in the North, Banyumala Twin Waterfall are definitely worth the journey up to and this hidden paradise will surely be one to remember.

Banyu wana Amerta waterfalls

Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall is a Waterfall that has been well hidden and is now beginning to be introduced to its beauty throughout the world. This waterfall in Bali is hidden near Banyumala Waterfall and Pucak Manik Waterfall. The exact location is in Bhuanasari Hamlet, Wanagiri Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

Sekumpul Waterfalls

Bali is known for an abundance of gorgeous waterfalls in the northern, jungle area of the island. Wanted to avoid the crowds, so  chose Sekumpul – a collection of 7 tall, misty waterfalls in one area. It was quite remote and challenging to get to, but once so we got there, it was worth it.

Once at the bottom, we could either go left towards the 4 falls, or right towards the more famous double Sekumpul falls. There were a couple huts where you could buy drinks and snacks and rest on several benches. From here we could also see a lot people coming down the opposite side of the ravine, which is where you would come down if you came in through the Sekumpul entrance. 

After exhausting the 4 waterfalls, we headed towards the other set of falls on the opposite side of the basin, and this one was way more crowded. Especially because it was a holiday, there were lots of locals bathing and playing in the water.