Waterfalls in Bali – The best waterfalls in Bali

Bali got a lot of amazing waterfalls. You could easily explore waterfalls there for weeks. In this article we will go trough the best waterfalls in Bali. But first…

  1. Don´t leave any trash !
  2. Get there early. The earlier you get there, the less tourists Read: (“less random people on your Instagram picture”..)
  3. Entrance fee: Around Rp 10-15.000 most places.
  4. Parking: Around Rp 2.000
  5. Shoes – there will be stairs/ hike
  6. Don´t bring too much stuff. Same as above.
  7. For most places – you don´t need to use a guide. But you can use one if you´d like to support.
  8. You will find most waterfalls in North Bali (see map)

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Tegenungan Waterfall 

Where: Tegenungan Village. (16 km or 30m from Denpasar)
Entrance fee: Rp 15.000
Hike: 500 steps. Walking down, and up – stairs.

  1. Get there early. The waterfall starts filling up (with tourists) around 10.
  2. There is a Cafè at the roof with the best view to the waterfall.
  3. There you can enjoy a coconut, but fix the price first
  4. Water shoes are very useful since there are many sharp stones
  5. The most popular of the waterfalls in Bali


Picture by @sheri_mo

Waterfalls in Bali: Nungnung Waterfall

Where: Nungnung Village (45 km or 1,5 Hours from Denpasar)
Entreance fee: Rp 10.000
Hike: Stairs

  1. Bring sneakers. About 20 min to walk up again
  2. Don´t bring a heavy bag
  3. Bring a waterproof camera
  4. Hike down by yourself. You don´t need a guide
  5. Get there in the morning to avoid tourist

Picture by @jackialexa

Munduk Waterfall

 Where: North Bali. Gobleg (2 hours from dempasar)
Entrance fee: Rp 15.000
Hike: About 800 meters walking down the mountain.
  1. The entrance isn´t special from the street, just a sign “Munduk Waterfall”. Then you have walk down direct through the jungle.
  2. The way goes next to some local houses
  3. No shops there
  4. Be aware on the walk down. Slippery road.
  5. Among the most scenic of the waterfalls in bali

Picture by @royasahra

Waterfalls in Bali: Lemukih Waterfall

Where: Sekumpul Village – North Bali. 1 km away from Sekumpul Waterfall (2 hours from Dempasar)
Entrance fee: Rp 15.000
Parking: Rp 2.000
Hike: Easy walk
  1. Visit at the same time as Sekumpul Waterfall. >1km apart
  2. Can also visit a race terrace there
  3. Use shoes, not flip-flops

Picture by @chipitzz


Aling Aling Waterfall

Where: North Bali. About 2 hours drive from denpasar)
Enterance fee: You will need a guide. From Rp 100.000. Depends on transport and group.
  1. There is three different waterfalls
  2. One of them (the first picture) are sacred, so it´s not allowed to swim in it.
  3. In the other two you can swim, jump and use a natural waterside.(second picture)
  4. Fewer tourist, but depends on season.
  5. Bring good shoes
  6. One of the waterfalls in Bali close to Ubud
  7. Read a guide to Aling-Aling waterfall here

Picture by @lillisofia

Picture by @kaioshk

Waterfalls in Bali: Dusun Kuning Waterfall

Where: Bangli (45 min from Denpasar)
Entrance fee: Free
Hike: 3 km from parking area
  1. It is free because it has not become a tourist spot
  2. Access to the waterfall is quite difficult. There is only a footpath which is muddy and slippery
  3. The waterfall is still quiet and natural.
  4. Best chance to get a waterfall for yourself.
  5. Forest hike. Bring good shoes.
  6. Read a complete guide to Dusun Kuning Waterfall here

Picture by @stevenporayow


Blemantung Waterfall

 Where: Pujungan Village (75km or around 2 hours from Denpasar)
Entrance fee: Free
Hike: Short. 200m from the parking area.
  1. It is free because it has not become a tourist spot
  2. There is a lot coffee plantations near by
  3. Good chance to get a waterfall for yourself
  4. With a hight of 50 meters, is it one of the highest waterfalls in Bali

Picture by @helenafri


Waterfalls in Bali: Sekumpul Waterfall

Where: North Bali. 2-3 Hours from Denpasar
Entrance fee: Rp 15.000
Hike: 20-30 minutes.
  1. You don´t need a guide
  2. Not an easy hike. Bring good shoes
  3. Parking Rp 2.000

Picture by @madipistachio

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Where: in the southeast of Bangli, Bali
Entrance fee: Rp: 3.000
Hike: 30-40 minutes hike

Read a complete guide to Tukad Cepung waterfall here

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