Sekumpul Waterfall

Sekumpul Waterfalls are often cited as the most beautiful in Bali and are a spectacular 80 meters in height. There are seven waterfalls in this gorge – the lower sections are accessible via a series of steep stairs. Reaching this impressive natural wonder involves hiking through the jungle for about an hour. The fact that these waterfalls are so isolated means they have hardly been touched by tourism, and this means that visitors who make the effort to get hereRead more

Kanto Lampo Waterfall

Compared to the beaches and the rice paddies, Bali’s waterfalls are often overlooked – which I think is such a shame. Here we have the hidden Tegenungan Waterfall, the mesmerising Aling Aling and Gitgit Waterfalls, and of course the majestic and elusive Sekumpul Waterfalls. Then there’s the slightly under-the-radar Kanto Lampo. Located in Beng Village in Gianyar. Parking is not an issue, and walking down to get a full view of the waterfall is easy too. All you have toRead more

Les Waterfall

Les Waterfall (aka Yeh Mempeh) is impressive because of its height and the fact that descending water maintains contact with rock all the way down. Local people love to come here for picnics, but it is still relatively unknown to most tourists. There is a short hike to the waterfall through a lush forest and Rambutan orchard. There is a pool here where people can have a swim, and it is also nice to have a shower under the waterfall.Read more

Dusun Kuning Waterfall

Dusun Kuning Waterfall has not yet become a popular tourist destination, and it is located in an area of great natural beauty which only the locals usually enjoy. It is only possible to reach this location with the help of a local guide because otherwise it would be too difficult to find. The surrounding jungle is home to many monkeys and other forms of interesting wildlife. The waterfall itself is 25 meters high and it sends water down to theRead more

Tegenungan Waterfall

Bali is home to countless waterfalls with beautiful scenery and a calming atmosphere. One of the island’s most beautiful, yet relatively unexplored, waterfalls is Tegenungan waterfall in Kemenuh village, Sukawati. The waterfall is isolated but has become a popular tourist attraction to explore and relax. It is one of the few waterfalls in Bali that is not located in highlands or mountainous area. The amount and clarity of the water at the site depends on rainfall but it contains greenRead more

Nungnung Waterfall

These falls are 45-meters high and most spectacular during wet season. The drive to the falls is a treasure on its own, as you will pass jungle ravines and ridge top terraced paddies. It takes around 45 minutes to descend to the falls proper, and over an hour to get back up – including the 400 steps. And they are right! This is a very vigorous but rewarding trek. The pathway, stairs and handrails are in good condition so itRead more

Tibumana Waterfall

The falls here are scenic, but not overly spectacular, what makes the journey here worthwhile is, well, the journey. Passing charming villages, the roads narrow and the picturesque landscape changes to green and more green. Rice fields, coconut palms, banana trees and temples. Bali at its bucolic best. From the car park near the Pura Dalem, where an entry booth charges 10,000 rupiah, a cement path leads on an enjoyable short trek down to the river peppered with flowers, bambooRead more

Aling Aling Waterfall

Aling Aling is an outstanding series of waterfalls in Sambangan Village, Buleleng North Bali. There is one impressive large waterfall and 3 more smaller ones downstream. The hike is beautiful and this is one of the best waterfalls in Bali to swim at. These falls are 50 meters high and are in a spectacular gorge setting. The jungle and rice fields around are wowing, and there’s a trek further down along the gorge to more falls and swimming spots. “SecretRead more

Kembar Waterfall

Kembar Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall at Sambangan Village, Buleleng North Bali. The name of Kembar Waterfall is derived from the local word “kembar” means twin because there are two waterfalls side by side. There is a great challenge for those who love the adventure that they may jump to the water from 10 meter high at this place. Kembar Waterfall Sambangan Village, Buleleng Bali Indonesia  Read more

Jembong Waterfall

Jembong Waterfall powerfully cascades down many rocks in a thunderous roar. Although the falls isn’t very high, its gentle slope and regular water flow makes it ideal for soaking in to enjoy the beautiful green jungle surroundings, and for spiritual healing. It is about 5 km south of Singaraja and can be combined in a day trip with Aling Aling. The easiest way to get there is to take the main highway from Denpasar to Singaraja. Turn west about 2Read more

Gitgit Twin Waterfall

Wound through narrow lanes and small villages, after a hike down a canyon, we were rewarded with this beautiful site. There are three water falls in Gitgit Village which are offering the amazing panorama and geographically: “Gitgit waterfall” is the biggest one, further upstream there is another one called “Gitgit Cascade” and this is the smallest one called “Twin Gitgit”. Beautiful waterfalls from height hill which is encircled by fertile rain forest plantation and emerald pool. Twin Gigit waterfalls situatedRead more

Banyumala Waterfall

Banyumala Waterfall is a beautiful twin waterfall hidden away in Buleleng that shouldn’t be missed as it is truly a beautiful gift from nature. The waterfall itself is pretty remote. It can be difficult to locate as there aren’t many signs at all. Getting a local who’s familiar with the area to be your guide will be a wise decision and save you the frustration of getting lost. Banyumala Waterfall is not at all one of those Bali spots that’s overwhelmedRead more

 Kroya Waterfall

Kroya Waterfall is one of the gorgeous waterfall featured by a nature waterslide located in Sambangan Village, Buleleng North Bali. The name of Kroya is derived from the tropical tree of kroya growth near the waterfall. The visitor can do water sliding but safety equipment must be used and lead by professional instructors. ​Read more

Fiji Waterfall

Fiji waterfall is  a stunner with three cascades falling side by side. The sight of the waterfall were simply amazing. You can go right under the cascade and take a dip in the base pool. The pictures don’t do it justice. Highly recommended attraction to anyone who needs to escape from the busy streets of southern Bali and to get lost in nature for a little while.Read more

Pucuk Waterfall

Pucuk waterfall is located in Sambangan Village with 15 meters high. It is also featured by the great challenges for the visitors who love the adventure that they may jump into the water. Pucuk Waterfall Sambangan Village, Buleleng, Bali IndonesiaRead more

Kutuh Waterfall

Deep inside the island there are many locations that only a few people ever seen. Hiding somewhere in Bangli there is an amazing waterfall (about 50 meters height) called Kutuh. Surrounded by the hills and covered with cold fresh air this place need some delicated touch to make it more pretty. To reach Kutuh needs 8 – 9 hours trekking comb the hills and rivers and that obviously need a good pair of shoes to do that. Start on theRead more