These Are Listed Some Bali Waterfall For Your Adventurous Bali Holiday!! via @mochilamonkeys

Bali Waterfall For Your Adventurous Bali Holiday!

Been visiting some Bali Waterfall on your Bali holiday? During this time, Bali is better known for its beach tourism. But, did you know that the beach in Bali is not the only destination you can visit in Bali? This island of Gods turned out to have a lot of waterfall destination too. However, some Bali Waterfall locations that are difficult to reach often make tourists reluctant to visit. Even though if you are looking for more accurate information, there are many waterfall destination that have easy access.

Talking about the natural beauty in Bali is endless. Bali has hundreds of tourist attractions that are very suitable to be used as stress relief holiday destinations. Not only beaches and culinary tours, the waterfall in Bali are also super beautiful.

Well, for those of you who want to enjoy a vacation experience as well as adventure in Bali in a different way, a visit to one of Bali Waterfall can be the right destination. Not only has clear water, waterfalls in Bali also offer stunning natural scenery. Come on, find out the reviews of 15 Bali Waterfall that you can visit while having holiday there!

These Are Listed Some Bali Waterfall For Your Adventurous Bali Holiday!

These Are Listed Some Bali Waterfall For Your Adventurous Bali Holiday!! via @mochilamonkeys
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These Are Listed Some Bali Waterfall For Your Adventurous Bali Holiday!! via @mochilamonkeys

The charm of the island of Bali is endless to explore. This time, try to take time to visit the 15 waterfalls below. Don’t forget to bring change clothes just in case if the clothes you wear are wet when exploring Bali Waterfall. Well, enjoy Bali from a different side and get an unforgettable exciting adventure!

1. Aling-aling Waterfall

1. Aling-aling Waterfall! via @factearth_bali
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1. Aling-aling Waterfall! via @factearth_bali

Aling-aling Bali Waterfall is located in Sambangan Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng. You only need to take a half hour drive from Singaraja City to get to the location. To get to the waterfall, you need to go down hundreds of steps and cross a small river.

Arriving at the location, you will be greeted with a 35 meter high waterfall and a waterfall pool with a depth of 2-4 meters. For those who like to challenge adrenaline, you can try jumping from the top of the waterfall to add exciting vacation experiences. To be able to enjoy the beautiful charm of the Aling-Aling Waterfall, you only need to pay an entrance fee of IDR 5,000.

2. Gitgit Waterfall

2. Gitgit Waterfall via @adrianserwin
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2. Gitgit Waterfall via @adrianserwin

If you visit the Bedugul area, try taking time to stop by Gitgit Waterfall. The location of the waterfall is quite easy to reach because it is located on the edge of Jalan Raya Bedugul – Singaraja. Administratively, Gitgit Bali Waterfall is located in Gitgit Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng. Because the location is easy to find, Gitgit Waterfall is also quite popular with tourists.

Having a height of about 35 meters, Gitgit Waterfall is a fairly high waterfall in Bali. The resulting water discharge was quite heavy when showering with cliffs covered with moss. Besides being able to enjoy the charm of a waterfall, you will also see a stretch of clove, coffee and rice fields on the way to the location of Gitgit Waterfall. To visit it, you will be charged Rp. 5,000 per person.

3. Tibumana Waterfall

3. Tibumana Bali Waterfall. via@angelica_stasya
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3. Tibumana Bali Waterfall. [email protected]_stasya

In Apuan Village, Bangil Regency, there is a Bali Waterfall that is becoming known by many tourists, namely Tibumana Waterfall. Here, you will be treated to views of twin waterfalls that flow side by side symmetrically. Behind the swift waterfall, reportedly there was a cave which became a shortcut to Pura Gua Raja Besakih.

Around the 20-meter-high waterfall, you will see a large rock that has greenened due to moss. Not only that, the clear waterfall pool and the surrounding trees will certainly make you feel cool. To enter Tibumana Bali Waterfall, you will be charged a ticket fee of Rp. 5,000.

4. Peguyangan Waterfall

4. Peguyangan Waterfall
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4. Peguyangan Waterfall

Different from most waterfalls in the forest, Peguyangan Waterfall is located in the beach area. Located on the edge of a cliff, this Bali Waterfall is adjacent to a temple. Because of this, local people often consider water produced as holy water. To enjoy the charm of this waterfall, you can play in a pool of an infinity pool located on the edge of a cliff.

To reach this waterfall in Bali, you must first descend around 460 stairs which are quite steep on the cliff walls. Intrigued to see first hand the natural beauty of Peguyangan Waterfall? You can go directly to Batu Kandik Village, Nusa Penida. Don’t forget to bring a change of clothes if you plan to play wet int his Bali Waterfall.

5. Tegenungan Waterfall

5. Tegenungan Waterfall
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5. Tegenungan Waterfall

Unlike most Bali Waterfall in the highlands, Tegenungan Waterfall is in the lowlands. Although its height only reached 15 meters, the discharge of water produced was quite large. Even so, you are still allowed to swim or just play water in the waterfall pool. Here, you can also easily find public facilities such as toilets and souvenir shops.

Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most crowded tourist attractions. It is because the location is quite close to Denpasar City, precisely in Banjar Tegenungan, Kemenuh Village, Gianyar. You only need to travel 16 km or around 45 minutes drive from the Denpasar city center. When visiting, prepare IDR10,000 as an entrance fee!

6. Banyumala Waterfall

6. Banyumala Bali Waterfall. via @luxurybackpacking
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6. Banyumala Bali Waterfall. via @luxurybackpacking

This Bali Waterfall does not have many visitors because of its hidden location, namely in Pakraman Wanagiri Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng. Access to the waterfall is quite steep, so it requires a struggle to pass it. But no need to worry, because your efforts will pay off with a beautiful view of two waterfalls side by side named Banyumala Waterfall.

The water flow is quite heavy soaking the green rock wall. Even so, the pond produced by the waterfall is still low enough to be a location for playing water or swimming for visitors. Because it is still relatively quiet, you will feel like you are in a private pool with clear and refreshing water. Not to forget, the natural charm around Banyumala Waterfall will make you feel more at home here.

7. Munduk Waterfall

7. Munduk Waterfall! via @virginie.ldb
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7. Munduk Waterfall! via @virginie.ldb

In Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng, there are two Bali Waterfall that you can visit, namely Munduk Waterfall and Melanting Waterfall. From the two waterfalls, Munduk Waterfall is known to many tourists. The waterfall with a height of 20 meters has quite clear water. Not infrequently, visitors spend time playing water in the pond that is formed.

Not only that, the characteristics of the Munduk Waterfall area are also quite unique. Around the pool Munduk Waterfall forms a fairly wide plain, so that it can be used as a place to rest or gather visitors. Not to forget, the amount of vegetation around the waterfall will certainly make the atmosphere more beautiful.

8. Blemantung Waterfall

8. Blemantung Waterfall
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8. Blemantung Waterfall

You can find the location of the next Bali Waterfall in Pujungan Village, Pupuan District, Tabanan. By taking a 2-hour drive from Denpasar, you will arrive at Blemantung Waterfall. This 50 meter high waterfall is quite interesting because it is in the back yard of Taman Sari Temple. The combination of cultural and natural objects can certainly be an interesting photo for you.

This waterfall is still fairly quiet for visitors, so you will not be charged anything when visiting. Besides enjoying the fresh air around, you are allowed to play water and swim in the waterfall pool. However, be careful because the condition of the pond is mostly filled with rocks.

9. Sekumpul Waterfall

9. Sekumpul Waterfall! via @jungsuryaa
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9. Sekumpul Waterfall! via @jungsuryaa

You can see other natural beauty at Sekumpul Waterfall. With a height of 100 meters, this Bali Waterfall is one of the highest in Bali. As the name implies, this waterfall is located in Sekumpul Village, Sawan District, Buleleng or 76 km from Denpasar City. Actually, there are seven waterfalls in the Sekumpul Village area. However, only Sekumpul Waterfalls have the most affordable access.

To get to the location, you will first go through a concrete road and cross the river. Arriving at Sekumpul Waterfall, you need to pay an entrance ticket of IDR 10,000 per person. If you want to visit this waterfall in Bali, you should avoid the rainy season. The reason is, the river often overflows due to high rainfall that can endanger visitors.

10. Melanting Waterfall

10. Melanting Waterfall! via @explora_mora
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10. Melanting Waterfall! via @explora_mora

Located 1 km from Munduk Waterfall, you can find the Melanting Waterfall. Precisely, this Bali Waterfall is located in Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng. To visit it, you need to pay an entrance fee of IDR 5,000. Although not too popular, the charm of the Melanting Waterfall certainly should not be underestimated.

Waterfall in Bali this one is at an altitude of around 800 – 900 masl, so the area has a pretty cool air. The waterfall itself has a height of about 20-30 meters. Although there are not many visitors, this tourist area is equipped with a food stall. That way, you don’t need to be confused when you want to find food or take a break.

11. Jembong Waterfall

11. Jembong Bali Waterfall
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11. Jembong Bali Waterfall

Generally, the waterfall falls on a perpendicular slope (90 degrees). However, unlike the case with Jembong Waterfall which is at a slope of up to 75 degrees. Cliffs that consist of large rocks make a unique pattern on the waterfall. You are allowed to play or swim in a waterfall pool with a depth of 1 meter.

You can visit the Jembong Bali Waterfall in Ambengan Village, Buleleng or about 15 km from the Bedugul area. Interestingly, Jembong Waterfall is in the middle of lush and lush brown plantations. So, it never hurts to enjoy your trip for a moment on the plantation. Well, also prepare a camera to capture every beauty, yes!

12. Yeh Mempeh Waterfall

12. Yeh Mempeh Waterfall. @daaaavve
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12. Yeh Mempeh Waterfall. @daaaavve

The Buleleng area is indeed the location for gathering Bali Waterfall. In Les Village, Tejakula District, you can visit Yeh Mampeh Waterfall. Access to this Bali waterfall location is quite easy to make Yeh Mampeh Waterfall more popular with many tourists. You only need to pay IDR 10,000 to enjoy this natural charm.

Once you arrive at the main location, you will be greeted with a 30 meter high waterfall that flows into a rocky pond. Clear water conditions will certainly encourage you to play water or swim. Not only that, the shade of trees around Yeh Mampeh Waterfall will make you feel more at ease for long.

13. Tembok Barak Waterfall

13. Tembok Barak Waterfall! via @baliday
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13. Tembok Barak Waterfall! via @baliday

One of the most popular waterfalls in Bali is the Tembok Barak Waterfall. In Balinese, the “barak” themselves have a red meaning. That said, the name is used because the cliff that is the background of this Bali Waterfall has a red color. Another uniqueness lies in the location of the waterfall that is not too high. The waterfall actually appears between the cliffs.

With this height, the water produced is not too tight so the waterfall pool will feel calmer. You can go to Gang Cengkeh, Sukasada, Buleleng to see the charm of the Tembok Barak. From the city center, you only need to take the 1 – 1.5 hour driving trip. Not too far right?

14. Nungnung Waterfall

14. Nungnung Bali Waterfall! via @upandat_em
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14. Nungnung Bali Waterfall! via @upandat_em

Nungnung Waterfall is one of the tourist objects that has been managed officially by the local government. Because of this, access to the waterfall in Nungnung Village, Petang District, Badung, is quite easy to get through. Located at an altitude of about 900 meters above sea level, Nungnung Waterfall has a height of 50 meters with a fairly heavy water discharge and has a fairly cool air.

Before entering the Nungnung Waterfall area, you will be charged an entrance fee of Rp.3,000. Next, you need to go down a few steps to get to the center of the waterfall. The waterfall area in Bali has also been equipped with several gazebos that you can use for a place to rest. When visiting this Bali Waterfall, be careful because the waterfall area is filled with rocks.

15. Lemukih Waterfall

15. Lemukih Waterfall! via @first_angeline
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15. Lemukih Waterfall! via @first_angeline

Want to see three waterfall charms at once? Come to Lemukih Waterfall in Lemukih Village, Sawan District, Buleleng! Yes, Lemukih Waterfall is indeed quite unique because it is divided into three streams. One of the streams has a height of 4 meters, while the other two are unknown because they are covered with shrubs.

Access to Lemukih Waterfall is quite easy, which is enough to walk 200 meters. While in this Bali Waterfall, you can enjoy the cool air and play in the clear waterfall pool. However, remember to be careful, when visiting this beautiful places!