The most beautiful waterfalls in Bali

A waterfall is an element, it is water flying from the sky to our feet. And in Bali, waterfalls are jungle and incredible landscapes.
We have made for you a selection of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali, which will definitely make an indelible impression on you!
Tibumana Waterfall

The height of the Tibuman waterfall reaches 30-35 m, the waterfall jets are quite powerful, so not everyone dares to climb right under the falling noisy streams, but everyone, including children, can swim in the lagoon!
In the dry season, a single stream runs from the cliff, and in the rainy season it breaks into two. But the surrounding area looks especially beautiful in the rainy season.
Nearby there is a holy spring. If you want to visit it, take a sarong with you.

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Dusun Kuning Waterfall

The waterfall is named after the nearby village of the same name. The waters of this waterfall are very powerful and strong, descending over protruding rocky hills, plunging into a mountain stream. The height of the waterfall is about 30 meters.

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Waterfall Goa Rang-Reng (Goa Rang-Reng Waterfall)

In height, the Goa Rang-Reng waterfall reaches about 20 m, starts from the cave and flows down the cascading steps into a mountain stream.

It was opened for visits relatively recently and is not too crowded here. Here you can spend time, sit in bamboo gazebos, from which you can take photos of the cascading waterfall. Those who wish can go down to the very bottom to the foot and freshen up in the font.

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Kanto Lampo Waterfall

One of the most picturesque in Bali. Water runs over stone terraces that form ledges in the rock. A great place for cool photo shoots - the photos are very beautiful. But it is better to come here for a photo session at lunchtime, since the waterfall is located in the gorge, and the sun's rays fall here at these hours.

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Tukad Cepung Waterfall

This is probably the most unusual waterfall in Bali! Located at the bottom of a deep canyon, almost in a cave. First you need to go through the jungle, and then go down to the bed of a shallow mountain stream and wade for about 15 minutes. The waterfall itself is 15 meters high.

This magical place will not leave anyone indifferent.

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Tegenungan Waterfall

Powerful streams pour from a height of 25 meters and form a small lagoon below.

Approaching the Tegenungan waterfall is quite simple, although many are limited to just the view that opens directly from the parking lot, go down 10 steps, then walk along the path and cross the bridge.

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Nung Nung Waterfall

The height of the Nung Nung waterfall in Bali reaches 90 meters. At the foot is a beautiful lagoon, as if created by nature for swimming. Nearby are strawberry fields and beautiful rice terraces.

You can hear its roar directly from the car park, but in order to personally appreciate the strength and power, you will need to walk a little and overcome the natural staircase of 500 steps.
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Munduk Waterfall

Another popular waterfall in Bali is Munduk Falls, which is located near Ubud, next to the mountain village of the same name Munduk.

The height of the waterfall is 25 meters and the noise from it can be heard for several hundred meters. Nearby there is another Melanting waterfall, but connoisseurs assure that the first one wins in comparison.

Several roads have been laid here - both straight and short, and longer, leading along the cliff, from which you can see the island's unique landscapes.

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Aling Aling Waterfall

This 30-meter waterfall is one of a group that includes 7 waterfalls (Kembar, Puchuk, Kemara, Changing, Kroya, Dedari). It is located in Sambangan village in the north of the island. The journey from the parking lot to the destination takes no more than 15 minutes.

The trail ends at an observation deck, from which a completely unexpected picture opens up before travelers. They see before them not one, but two large streams. For this reason, Aling Aling is often referred to as the Falls of the Twins.

There is a natural water park here, which allows you to ride a water slide for a small fee and land in the water lagoon at the foot of the waterfall.

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Git Git Waterfall

The trail to this waterfall starts right from a small parking lot next to the road and winds along the river to a dark grotto with a waterfall and a deep bowl where you can swim in the icy water. Down from the grotto there are cascades with picturesque bridges, with a bungee in a small backwater and numerous souvenir shops.

This is probably the most famous waterfall (or rather a group of waterfalls) - this is where most guides bring tourists, apparently because it is located on the tourist route, on the way from Bedugul to Lovina.

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Sekumpul Waterfall

In the dense jungle near the city of Singaraja is the highest and most impressive waterfall in Bali - Sekumpul. This is a complex of seven powerful streams. The tallest falls from 80 meters high.

You will have to spend a lot of time on this waterfall: the path from the parking lot (through the fields, past the colorful houses of local residents, along the stairs and wade along the river) takes about 40 minutes, and viewing all the waterfalls and even more - an hour or two. Here, as nowhere else, you can feel the spirit of the wild nature of the tropics, lush green, powerful, dangerous and majestic.

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Leke Leke Waterfall

An amazing piece of paradise that everyone should definitely visit. It is located in the central part of the island. You can arrange a walk along the bamboo bridge, relax on a swing. The sun's rays merge with the streams of water and make them look like a silver satin canvas. The sun enters here between 12 and 13 o'clock in the afternoon - this is the ideal time to take photos.

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Banyumala Waterfall

The waterfall is located in the north, where you can swim and get great pleasure from it. The water in the lagoon warms up well, so swimming in it is pleasant and comfortable. A magnificent view of the cascading waterfall will make your stay unforgettable.

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