Waterfalls in Bali

Waterfalls in Bali

Are you in for an adventure and to discover Bali’s incredible nature? Then a day of exploring the island’s most (or least) popular waterfalls is an activity to add to your list. From the seven waterfalls of Sambangan’s secret village to Gitgit, Bali’s most popular waterfall, we’ve covered most of them for you. Get ready to get mud on your feet and to burn calories while trekking the jungle.

A few things you must not forget:

  • Mosquito repellent, because you’re heading into the forest.
  • Sunblock, a hat and sunglasses, because you don’t want to get sunburned.
  • Bathing suite, because you deserve the refreshing plunge when you finally reached the lagoon.
  • Camera, because you want to relive the astonishing sceneries when you’re back home.

 

Have a look at the different waterfalls listed here and reach out via the contact form below when you’ve decided which ones you definitely want to see. We’ll then get in touch with you to reconfirm your private waterfall daytrip. We’ve also added a map, just to give you an idea where on the island you can find the waterfalls:

7 Waterfalls @ Sambangan’s Secret Garden

Sambangan Village, in the serene and green northern part of Bali, is heaven on earth for waterfall chasers, and for all other kind of nature-lovers. Located 700 meters above sea-level, this tranquil river has been the perfect geological breeding ground for waterfalls..

1-AlingAling Waterfall

According to many, the AlingAling waterfall is one of the most unique waterfalls Bali has to offer. Located in the idyllic village of Sambang, in the northern region of the island this cascade is only one of 7 falls in the Sambangan Secret Garden. The journey to the..

2-Kroya Waterfall

The name Kroya is derived from the Balinese name of a tropical tree, which grew right next to it. Legend has it that the tree was swept into the blue lagoon during heavy floods and never appeared to the surface again. This waterfall is located just a mere 5 minute..

3-Kembar Waterfall

Another one of the 7 secret waterfalls in Bali’s Sambangan Secret Garden is the Kembar waterfall. Kembar means twin in Balinese and the fall lives up to its name as two flows are mixing together in a tranquil basin. This one is popular among adventurers, as Kembar waterfall..

4-Pucuk Waterfall

Tucked away in Bali’s precious rainforest, Pucuk waterfall is the third fall of the watersport triad, together with the Kroya waterfall (with its natural 12m long slide) and the Kembar waterfall (with a 10m high cliff for cliffjumping), which can all be found in the same area. Be prepared..

5-Cemara Waterfall

Active travellerswill love this one, as the Cemara Waterfall is reached after a mildly challenging trek, over different kinds of terrain.  Suddenly, the rainforest opens up and that’s when your eyes first meet this mighty fall. The water is clean and fresh, so don’t forget your swimming..

6-Dedari Waterfall

The Dedari waterfall is located between the Canging waterfall and the Cemara waterfall. The local word “dedari” means angel and the villagers in this area believe that the basin of this waterfall was used for bathing by groups of angels. So, bring along your swimming clothes,..

7-Canging Waterfall

The Canging waterfall is usually the first waterfall you reach on your trek from Sambangan Secret Garden to the Cemarawaterfall and the Dedari waterfall. It’s located on the top of AlingAling. Swimming is not an option here, so when you arrive at the site just,..

Banyumala Twin Waterfalls

The Banyumala Twin waterfalls are located north of Lake Buyan and only 15 minutes away from the Niagara Munduk Waterfall. Reaching the waterfall is not easy as the road leading to it is bumpy and narrow without many signs, so engaging with a local is a wise idea..

Blahmantung Waterfall (aka Blemantung)

You’ll find the Blahmantung Waterfall in Pujungan Village in the Tabanan district and because of its location, the fall is also known as the Pujungan Waterfall. Getting there is already a trip worth taking and making you crave WiFi as the landscapes are so..

Carat Waterfalls

Located in the unspoiled village of Tamblang, just 45 minutes east of Singaraja, you will find one of the most interesting waterfalls Bali has to offer; the Carat Waterfalls. Getting there is quite tricky and challenging, because the 800 meters long descent takes you..

Dusun Kuning

Dusun Kuning is a small village in the region of Bangli and is home to a 25 meters high waterfall that’s aptly named after the village. It is just a 40 minutes ride from Ubud and once you arrived in Dusun Kuning you can access the waterfall after a short walk..

Gitgit Waterfall

The Gitgit waterfall can be found in the north of Bali, just a mere 20 minutes south of Singaraja. A visit to these falls is often combined with a trip to the mesmerizing black sandy beaches of Lovina, which is also popular for dolphin watching tours. This immense popular..

Jembong Waterfall

Locally this waterfall is known as the best waterfall in Bali. It’s located near the famed Gitgit waterfall, which often overshadows the peaceful Jembong waterfall. The path leading up to the fall takes you through cacao plantations and as opposed to most waterfalls..

Juwuk Manis Waterfall

Work hard, play hard” definitely applies to the Juwuk Manis Waterfall, one of the few waterfalls in the east of Bali. It takes effort to reach this waterfall, as you will have to conquer a 1 kilometer long trek through the dense jungle, steep cliffs, and coffee and..

Munduk Waterfall

At 850 meters above sea-level, in the small village of Munduk, you’ll find the Niagara falls of Bali. After an easy300 meter jungle trek you’re welcomed by a cool mist and the rustling sound of the Munduk waterfall. According to many this is one of the most photogenic..

Nungnung Waterfall

In the idyllic village of Nungnung, 900 meters above sea level, you’ll find the magnificent Nungnung waterfall.  The drive into the mountains is truly enchanting, with plantations and lush green rice paddies everywhere you look. There are clear signs pointing..

Sekumpul Waterfalls

The Gitgit waterfall is often referred to as the most visited waterfall in Bali, and the AlingAling waterfall the most fun waterfall. Now, let us introduce to you Bali’s most beautiful waterfall: the Sekumpul waterfall. Sekumpul in Bahasa Indonesia means “group” and..

Tegenungan Waterfall

Located only 10 kilometerssouth of Ubud, this waterfall is one of the few falls that’s not situated in the highlands or mountainous areas of Bali. It still boasts lush green jungle-like surroundings though and therefore it is a very popular spot for photographers, who often gather..

Tibumala Waterfall

Once upon a time… Tibumala Waterfall is located in the Bangli region, not so far away from the TukadCepung Waterfall. This fairytale-like waterfall is not as tall or as wide as many other falls in Bali, but an amazing site to explore it is. The cool and forested waterfall is reached..

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

The Tukad Cepung Waterfall is hidden away from commercial tourists and therefore worth adding it to your Bali bucket list. Located a mere 30 kilometersnorth-west of Ubud, it’s easily accessible from any place in the south of Bali. The Tukad Cepung..

Ye Mampeh Waterfall

In the tranquil village of Les, north of Kintamani and Batur Mountain, you’ll find the Ye Mampeh Waterfall. In Balinese thisliterally means “Splashing Water”. The legend says that once upon a time a big flood happened, leaving rocks and stones behind in the basin..