Bali is a beautiful island located in Indonesia. The island, with its many secrets beaches and beautiful waterfalls, is known as one of the most visited destinations in the world. Yet few people know that the further they stray from the coastline, the more they will find nature on their terms.
Check out these five most popular ones and see what you think.
Sekumpul Waterfall, Singaraja
Sekumpul is a small village in the center of the small island of Singaraja. Hidden among the rice fields and terraced coffee plantations, Sekumpul is tucked away from the bustle and noise of city life. Until recently, Sekumpul was untouched by mass tourism and still carries the traditional flavor of a remote, rural village.
Taking a dip in the Sekumpul waterfalls is a great way to cool down on a hot summer’s day. They are usually lauded as being Bali’s best waterfall, but they’re beautiful no matter how close or far you are! These falls are in the deep woods, so you’ll need your hiking boots and trekking poles to get there.
Tegenungan Waterfall, Ubud
Located in Ubud, Tegenungan is a unique waterfall due to its location—in an area that is not mountainous. Stay in the urban jungle amidst lush vegetation, natural springs, and your waterfall. Amidst strong currents, waterfalls, and abundant water debits, it is a perfect place to bathe away your stresses.
If you’re going on a one-night excursion to Ubud, consider visiting the Tegenungan waterfall and then three other sites: Gunung Kawi, Tirta Empul, and the Ubud Monkey Forest.
Aling-Aling Waterfall, Buleleng
Take a scenic detour from Denpasar and explore Aling-Aling Waterfall, located in Sambangan Village, Buleleng. The visitors need to take the steep – winding road for a while to reach the fall, but eventually, they will see the beauty at the end of it all. The waterfalls on a steeper cliff and then pours into an azure pond surrounded by higher cliffs.
When you visit Aling-Aling, the sensation of sliding down into the total indulging plunge pool is unparalleled.
GitGit Waterfall, Singaraja
Bali’s popular tourist destination, GitGit, offers a lovely location and many access points to walk around. Nearby shops and cafes make it a genuine fall hotspot for everyone who wants to get a little taste of Bali.
Home to endemic monkeys, this towering waterfall is 35 meters tall and surrounded by lush green forests. At the waterfall’s base, a legend says that people who bathe together at the falls and drink water will separate sooner or later.
Tibumana Waterfall, Bangli
If you’re looking for a respite from the travel drudgery of Bali, Tibumana was worth the trip. The air was refreshing, and the waterfall was captivating. With luscious gardens and exotic birds, this hidden gem is perfect for taking a break from your travels. The sound of the fall is thundering, yet the pool is shallow. The water falls into twin columns when the water level is high, but in the dry season, it only falls into one column.
Remember to take a break from the hustle and bustle of your day today by heading to this beautiful place filled with grand views.