With all its charm, Bali is often referred to as paradise. The charm of Bali is widely known abroad. This is because the most popular tourist destination in Bali is dominated by its beaches. But did you know that this Island of the Gods also has dozens of waterfalls that are no less beautiful?
So, for those of you who want to vacation in Bali in the near future, you can see the following recommendations for BukaReview waterfall destinations.
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These are the 20 most beautiful waterfalls in Bali.
1. Jigit Waterfall
Gigit Waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali. This 40m high waterfall is located in the middle of a forest.
Here you can dive and enjoy the cool water while enjoying views of the surrounding forest and refreshing birdsong.
Gitgit Waterfall is easily accessible as it is located on the edge of Jalan Raya Bedugul-Singaraja.
The entrance fee to Nungnung Waterfall is IDR 5,000.
2. Neungneung Waterfall
Nungnung Waterfall is located in the northern region of Badung. Located 900 meters above sea level and with a maximum height of 50 meters, Nungnung is one of the highest waterfalls in Bali.
To reach this waterfall requires sacrifice. You have to go down about 500 steps to reach the bottom of the waterfall. Tired for sure, but everything will pay off with the beautiful scenery that awaits you below.
The entrance fee for Nungnung waterfall is IDR 3,000.
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3. Bhaana Sari Waterfall
Bhawana Sari Waterfall or Panyu Wana Amertha is one of the true natural beauties of Bali. Due to its remote location, much of it remains untouched and is still very beautiful.
Located 2.5 hours from Denpasar, this place can be found on Jalan Bhuana Sari in Wanagiri Village, Buleleng. If you walk for about 20 minutes, you will be greeted by a waterfall next to the stepping stones.
Using long exposure photography techniques, it’s easy to get Instagram-ready photos of gentle waterfalls.
The entrance fee to Bhawana Sari Waterfall is IDR 10,000.
4. Tegenungan Waterfall
Tegenungan is one of Bali’s waterfalls that is not located on a mountain or plateau.
The water flow is quite fast and the pool below is completely deserted. Therefore, it is perfect for swimming or bathing.
To reach the Tegenungan Waterfall, you can go to Tegenungan Kemenuh Village in Gianyar. The distance is only 16 km or 30 minutes from Denpasar.
The entrance ticket to Tegenungan waterfall is IDR 15,000.
5. Sekmpul Waterfall
Where most other waterfalls have only 3 streams, Sekhumpul Falls has 7 waterfalls! As the name suggests, Sekumpul consists of several waterfalls with a height of about 100 m.
It’s beautiful, but you have to go through very steep and slippery terrain to get there. So it is suitable for those who love adventure and want to take pictures of exotic views of Bali waterfalls.
To get to Sekumpul waterfall, you can drive from Denpasar to Sekumpul which is about 2 hours away. Entrance ticket to Sekumpul waterfall is IDR 10,000.
According to the experience of some tourists, there will be many people offering mandatory tour services for IDR 200,000 at the entrance. Don’t be fooled as you can explore Sekhumpur without fear of getting lost.
6. Tukat Sebung Waterfall
Speaking of beautiful waterfalls, Tukad Cepung Waterfall is definitely on your list. Its beauty is recognized not only in Bali, but also in Indonesia.
To get to the Tukad Cepung waterfall, you have to go down the slope around the waterfall. Due to its location surrounded by cliffs, this waterfall in Bali is very dangerous during the rainy season. Warning. Before you go there, make sure that the water is not too high, because it can rise quickly at any time.
Tickets to Tukad Cepung are not official, but according to the experience of other tourists, you have to pay 10,000 rupees to enter.
7. Tipumana Falls
Tibumana Waterfall is one of the newest waterfalls in Bali. This double waterfall used to be difficult to access, but now it has changed and is more popular.
Tibumana Waterfall is located in Apuan Village, Susut Bangli. The locals believe that this is the secret entrance to Pura Raja Besakih.
Twin waterfalls as high as 20 meters will welcome you here. It is surrounded by large rocks and lush vegetation that is a feast for the eyes. You can also swim in a pool with a shallow bottom.
The entrance fee for Tibumana Waterfall is IDR 5,000.
8. Banyumala Waterfall
Banyumala waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Indonesia and also Bali. Located in the traditional villages of Buleleng, Sukasada and Wanagiri, this waterfall has the charm of a calm and beautiful twin water flow.
The location is relatively hidden and hard to reach. Thus its beauty is preserved, because many tourists do not know about this world’s paradise.
You can swim in the pool. The entrance ticket to Banyumala waterfall is IDR 10,000.
9. Alinging Waterfall
Like Tepumana, the Aling-Aling waterfall is a double waterfall. Baliini Waterfall is just 11 km from Singaraja and 80 km from Denpasar.
Even though they are twins, Aling Aling is more mysterious than Tibumana. The two waterfalls have different water discharges, one is rapid and the other is natural. More specifically, you can cut your current. When am I going to skate waterfalls again?
You can go to Sambangan Village to go to Aling-aling Waterfall.
10. Al-Shalal Wall Barracks
West Wall Waterfall is becoming more and more popular these days. The red cliffs make this waterfall known as Barak which means red in Balinese.
This waterfall is also not too high, so the drainage is not too heavy. So you can swim under it. Get ready to change your clothes, right?
If you want to go to Tambuk Barak Waterfall, you can go to Sukasada Village in Bulenge.
11. Goaranghwan Waterfall
Located in Gianyar, Goa Rang Reng Waterfall has a rocky perimeter that is not too high. You can climb the rocks to feel the flow of the waterfall.
Goarangleng Falls is so named because there is a cave called Goarangleng above or upstream of the falls.
Lang Leng Cave Waterfall is not only beautiful for tourists but also very sacred for local residents. Upstream, the locals use it to perform Maluku ceremonies. For reference, Morak is a ritual prayer to purify negativity.
Well, because of this sanctity, there are a few rules you must obey. For example, if you are menstruating, you should not come here.
The entrance fee to the Goa Rang Reng Waterfall is IDR 5,000.
12. Kanto Lampo Waterfall
Although very modern, Bali still maintains its religious traditions. Lambo kantu waterfall is very close to the beliefs of the Balinese people. Kanto Lampo Waterfall has a sloping contour and a calm flow suitable for relaxation or meditation.
According to local residents, Kanto Rampo Waterfall appeared after fervent prayers since 2015. The flowing water is considered an abundance of wealth. Now it is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali.
Near this waterfall in Bali there is a cave that appeared after the early prayer ceremony. There is also a pavilion in the shape of a Hindu temple where residents pray. So, if you want to experience the natural heritage and beliefs of Bali, this place should be on your list.
Remember that Kanto Lampo is sacred and you must maintain the sanctity of this place to avoid unwanted incidents.
The entrance fee to the Kanto Lampo Waterfall is IDR 15,000.
13. Blemantung Falls
Blemantung Waterfall or Blahmantung is not very popular among tourists due to its long distance. From Denpasar to Bujungan village it will take about 70 km or 2 hours.
But when you get there, you will be greeted by a beautiful waterfall surrounded by green trees. This place is very easy to find as there are clear signs along the way.
You can smell coffee all around this waterfall just by looking. This is because Blemantung is surrounded by coffee plantations.
14. Bukam Waterfall
Bukyan Waterfall is located in Badung, Pelaja village. This Bali waterfall surrounded by rocks and trees seems to be neglected by the local government so the facilities are still minimal.
However, this can be an advantage for those who want a bit of calm away from the crowds. Also, if you like photography, that in itself is a plus since your photos won’t leak to other tourists walking by.
Entry to Bukien Waterfall is free. So don’t hesitate to come with your friends and family.
15. Peguangan Falls
Peguyangan Waterfall in Nusa Penida is different from other waterfalls in Bali. This waterfall does not rise in the middle of the forest, but is a spring that stretches through a small gap and flows into the sea.
To reach the hot springs, you have to go down about 450 steps to the edge of the cliff. When you get there, you can go spa style and feel massaged by the strong flowing water.
Even more interesting, at the end of the spring there is an “infinity pool” that leads directly to the sea.
Going to Peguyangan waterfall is quite difficult. In fact, some locals don’t even know. If you want to travel smarter, you can use a Penida tour service or hire a driver who knows the location.
16. Song Anin Falls
If you move to Tabanan, you can experience the Singsing Angin waterfall. Here you can enjoy beautiful waterfalls that have not been touched by many tourists.
To get to Singsing Angin Waterfall, drive to Tabanan Regency, Selemadeg District, Manikyang Village.
Xingxing Anyin Waterfall does not require a separate ticket. So, you are free to invite your family and friends.
17. Benjimbo Waterfall
From the list above, Pengmpu Waterfall is the most accessible. This waterfall in Bali was designed to be more accessible to tourists. This waterfall can be reached by using the appropriate ladder.
Pengmpu waterfall is about 20 meters high. The creek is small enough that even the pool below is calm. In fact, you can’t swim here. However, you can walk along the river bank with large stones and shady trees.
There is also a 30m deep cave near the car park. Inside the cave it can be quite dark but there is light inside so nothing to worry about.
Entrance to Pengmpu Waterfall is free. You only need to pay a parking fee between Rp 2,000 and Rp 5,000.
18. Kimpung Waterfall
Jembong Waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali. However, it is still not very popular among tourists. The reason is that it is located near the most famous waterfall, Kitegit.
This waterfall also has a slope of about 75 degrees instead of a 90 degree slope like most other waterfalls.
The pool below is not too deep, only about 1m. Therefore you can freely bathe or swim here.
You have to drive about 70 km from Denpasar to reach this Bali waterfall. Even more interesting, this waterfall is in the middle of a local cocoa plantation.
19. Mundok Waterfall
Munduk Waterfall is located in Buleleng, a popular waterfall destination in Bali. Actually there are two waterfalls in this area, Melanting Waterfall and Munduk Waterfall. However, Mundok is first among tourists.
Munduk waterfall is about 20 meters high. Interestingly, there is a very large area around Munduk Falls. So, for those who are afraid of getting wet or just want to take pictures of the beauty of this waterfall in Bali, you can sit on a long area.
To reach this waterfall, you can drive to Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng. The distance is about 80 km or 2.5 hours from Denpasar.
20. Leke-Leke Waterfall
Leke-leke Waterfall is one of the hidden natural beauties of Bali. Despite the beauty of achieving this goal, accessibility to it is still poor.
You have to go through a dirt road to get there. So, the best time to visit is during the dry season when the terrain is less slippery and less dangerous.
Curug Leke-Leke is suitable for true adventurers. To reach the location, you have to cross the river and cross two bridges. Crossing the bridge is very dangerous as there is only one handrail on either side of the bridge.
The entrance fee to the Leke-leke waterfall is IDR 5,000.
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