Bali’s Hidden Waterfall Attractions

Bali’s Hidden Waterfall Attractions

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Take a break from the stereotypical beach and beauty spas and enjoy some of Bali’s beautiful natural wonders.  If you’re looking for a waterfall adventure, look no further than these hidden waterfall attractions. 

Aling Aling Waterfalls

Make your way up to the North of Bali where the Aling-Aling waterfall awaits you

Located at the heart of Singaraja, the 35m tall wonder  is the perfect stop over for tourists looking to take a dip, cliff jump or slide down the waterfalls slippery rock face into the deep natural springs.

Blahmantung Waterfalls

Trekking to the Blahmantung waterfalls is a must-do. Along the way you will trek past three beautiful falls set alongside the luscious rice fields of Kuta. Stop by the first waterfall, a 50m wonder near an ancient shrine, then continue on to the second and third fall each nestled amongst beautiful surrounds. At the end of your hike you will arrive at the 100m tall Blahmantung Falls. Leisurely tip: If you’re travelling to Bali during the wet season make sure you visit Blahmantung. The rain adds a mist and dewyness to the natural surrounds, showcasing the falls true beauty.

Nung Nung Waterfalls

After parking your car at the nearby car park and exiting your vehicle, you will hear the sounds of Nung Nung Waterfalls in the distance.With its 50m high drop, the sound of water crashing upon the pool surface is just a little tease for what this waterfall has in store. Definitely worth the 509 steps down, trekking through Bali’s rice paddies to reach this monstrous fall.

Nung Nung Bali Waterfall

Jembong Waterfall

If you’re up for an easy trek, Jembong waterfalls is the perfect waterfall for you. All you need to do is follow the yellow brick road (jokes, it’s more like a rocky path) down to the waterfall. After a short walk a refreshing basin awaits you.

Kanto Lampo

With its multi-tiered cascades, Kanto Lampo is a must-do activity. The beautiful cascading falls makes this natural wonder the perfect backdrop for your holiday snaps. With easy access via a roadside entrance, this is an easy-to-do, must-see waterfall.

Bali Waterfall

Banyumala Twin Waterfall

Hidden within Bali’s forest sits a unique waterfall cascading between the Island’s greenery. The huge, twin falls are situated side by side and flow into a beautiful, crystal clear lagoon below. With very few tourists knowing about this beautiful spot, the wild and beautiful Banyumala falls are truly a sight to behold.

Tukad Cepung

A waterfall located inside a cave? Talk about getting the best of both worlds. Located within the precinct of Dusun Penida lies a magical waterfall waiting to be seen. There’s nothing better than witnessing a waterfall with rays of sunshine beaming across every angle and if you’re lucky get there midday to see glimpses of rainbows. Definitely a picture perfect moment waiting to be captured.

Banyumala Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfalls

Well here’s a waterfall not hidden in the mountains but rather located in an Ubud village.

With its natural spring waters this is the perfect spot for an afternoon cool off. We recommend visiting during the days golden hour when the light reflects across the rainforest canopy and glistens across the waterfall.

Sing Sing Waterfalls

Love is in the air, Sing Sing waterfalls located in Labuan Haji is known to be popular amongst couples seeking a romantic getaway. With a cute restaurant nearby, spend the day frolicking at the falls and end it with a tranquil date nearby.

Bail waterfalls

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