Chasing Waterfalls In Bali

Looking for a change of scenery? Something off the beaten track, maybe? Look no further! We have created a list of waterfalls in Bali that are a bit lesser known, so they won’t be flooded with tourists, shopping stalls and hecklers. When planning a trip to Bali you should definitely add these gems to your bucket list.

Let us know how we can help you organise your trip! From renting a car, or a scooter, to sorting out your takeaway lunches, and of course your accommodation!

Happy exploring!

Gitgit Waterfall

Gitgit

GitGit Waterfall is located a short drive away from Lovina, known as the twin falls. Enjoy the lush spectacle of the 40m cascades that pours into the small rocky pool. GitGit is a great watering hole if you are looking for a place to take a dip and cool off.

Sambangan Secret Garden

Sambangan

Breathtaking from start to finish, Sambangan Secret Garden is a series of waterfalls located close together, with a waterfall jump and natural water slides. Great for both the thrill seekers and nature enthusiasts, this beautiful oasis ticks all the boxes.

Tukad Cepung

Tukad Cempung

Some of the best kept secrets in Bali, this stunning waterfall is located in a hidden cavern amongst the hillside, with beautiful rays of sunshine peeking through the canopy. Other near by waterfalls includes Tibumana Waterfall and Kanto Lampo Waterfall.

On your way back from the waterfall, you can also visit Pura Dalem Penida Kelod, known as the Temple of Death. It is a place of pilgrimage for those seeking protection from sickness and evil.

Tibumana

Tibumana

Tibumana Waterfall, one of the most seeded destinations by waterfall explorers, this hidden wonder has stunning views, mostly known to locals. You have to trek down through the dense jungle wooden steps to get to this beautiful sacred site. This might be one of our favorite waterfalls in Bali!

Nungnung

Tibumana

Nungnung Waterfall – one of the most picturesque locations in Bali is about 1.5-2 hours from Kuta and offers a very scenic route, with lush palms and rice fields all along the way. Make sure to bring your bathers, as taking a swim in this waterfall is a must!

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