Waterfalls in Bali
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Apart from beaches and lakes, Bali also has natural tourist attractions in the form of waterfalls. There are dozens of recorded waterfalls in Bali, from the Ubud area to Nusa Penida.
It is best to come to visit waterfalls in Bali using the services of a tour guide, so that we can know for sure about the location and safety precautions while there.
Several waterfalls in Bali are also sacred sites that are sacred to Hindus, so there are several rules that must be obeyed, one of which is the prohibition on swimming.
Waterfalls are most beautiful to look at when they are flowing, which means during the rainy season or after heavy rain.
If you want to visit during this period, please be careful when stepping or plunging into the waterfall. Here are eight waterfalls in Bali that you can visit:
1. Munduk Waterfall
Access to this waterfall is in the same direction as Golden Valley Waterfall Munduk and is only about 10 km from Banyumala Waterfall. Parking and climbing routes are available here.
Address here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/cQihUQtL6rKrNeaE9
2. Blahmantung Waterfall
From Denpasar, the distance to this waterfall is about 2 hours by car. Tourists only need to direct their motorized vehicles to Pujugan Village. From the parking lot, tourists just have to walk 200 meters to get to this waterfall.
Address here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/fN9WWzoMLvJbnqZd9
3. Campuhan Waterfall
This waterfall is located in Antapan Village in Badung Regency. Tourists must cross a bamboo bridge with lovely green views to get to the waterfall. This 10-meter-high waterfall is unique in the form of water that seems to spurt out of the cracks in the rocks.
Address here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/4EHy2vcbvveXS17s9
4. Colek Pamor Waterfall
Located in Gitgit Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency, this waterfall is still relatively empty of tourists, so taking photos and swimming can be much more comfortable. This waterfall is also in the same area as Gitgit Waterfall.
Address here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/rM3p7UPccjhgvdhv7
5. Jembong Waterfall
From the parking lot, tourists still need to walk 200 meters to get to the waterfall, which is on top of this hill. This waterfall is reportedly well-organized and jointly managed by the residents of Jembong Village. There is a garden with a fish pond on the side. There are two ways to get to the waterfall pool: a rocky path or stairs.
Address here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/BDkWGcfP1r48EQoV6
6. Yeh Mampeh Waterfall
This waterfall is located in Les Village, Tejakula District, Buleleng Regency. The distance is about 3 hours by car from Kuta. The height of this waterfall is around 30 meters. It was so high that the water that poured down from above seemed to fly before reaching the water pool below.
Address here: https://maps.app.goo.gl/okdYPXaTCfHJAMgS8
7. Musi Village Waterfall
The view of rock cliffs welcomes visitors as soon as they arrive. When you arrived at the waterfall area, you could see water pouring down the cliff. The water flow is not too strong, but many tourists swim in the pool. This waterfall is in Musi Village in Gerokgak District, Buleleng Regency.
8. Peguyangan Waterfall
This waterfall is in Nusa Penida. This waterfall on the edge of a cliff is one of the springs for local residents. The water flow flows directly into the open sea, but there is a pool that tourists can swim in below. There is a spring close to the waterfall that the locals use to purify.