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: