If chasing waterfalls in Bali is high on your adventure list, then here is the Ultimate Guide to the 7 Best Bali Waterfalls, including where to find them, the best times to visit and what to expect!
Also in this Bali Waterfalls Guide, I have included some useful information on where to stay in Bali, getting around, things to know before you go and the best time to visit!
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BALI WATERFALLS OVERVIEW
Here is a quick overview of the Top 7 Bali Waterfalls that you will find in this post:
- Sekumpul Waterfall
- Nungnung Waterfall
- Tibumana Waterfall
- Leke Leke Waterfall
- Aling Aling Waterfall
- Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall
- Yellow Waterfall
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#1 SEKUMPUL WATERFALL
Sekumpul Waterfall is arguably the Best Waterfall in Bali and for a damn good reason! There is a mecca of Bali waterfalls in this region to be explored, so what are you waiting for!?
WHERE IS SEKUMPUL WATERFALL
Sekumpul Waterfall (Air Terjun Sekumpul) is located in the northern region of Bali, approximately a 2.5-hour drive from Canggu, Seminyak and Kuta.
The road is very windy and steep as you head out to this Bali waterfall and it’s a common route for trucks and other commuting vehicles. So please take care and don’t overtake unless you think it is safe to do so.
You can find some epic viewpoints and other attractions on the side of the road on the way to the north Bali waterfalls that are definitely worth stopping for. A favorite of mine is the Strawberry Hill Lookout and the famous Bali Gates.
ARRIVING AT AIR TERJUN SEKUMPUL
When you arrive at the car park to Sekumpul Waterfall there is a small hut where there may be a group of local tour guides that will try to tell you that you have to pay for a guide to visit these Bali waterfalls. This is not true. The track is clearly signposted and easy enough to navigate your way down to the falls without a guide.
There is a small entrance fee of 20,000 Rupiah to visit Sekumpul Waterfall and the parking fee is 2,ooo Rupiah.
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WHAT TO EXPECT AT SEKUMPUL WATERFALL
As you begin the 30-minute hike down through the lush bamboo forested valley to Sekumpul Waterfall you will come across an awesome viewpoint of the falls from a birds-eye perspective. The twin falls of Sekumpul Waterfall gushes down a whopping height of 80 meters before it reaches the rock pool at the base of the falls.
Continue to traverse through the forest until you reach a set of steep steps that will lead you to a shallow stream that you will have to cross to get to the base of Sekumpul Waterfall.
You can swim in the rock pools beneath Sekumpul Waterfall though I don’t know how you will go trying to get directly beneath the falls as the force of water is very powerful.
The Sekumpul Waterfall valley is a landscape photographers dream, although it can prove quite difficult to get a good photo of these Bali waterfalls from down in the basin as the misty spray is wild and consistent. Be prepared with a lens cleaner or a towel to wipe your camera lens clean of water every 5 seconds.
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#2 NUNGNUNG WATERFALL
Nungnung Waterfall is next on this Bali Waterfalls list and it is hands-down one of my personal favorites!
WHERE IS NUNGNUNG WATERFALL
Nungnung Waterfall is located in the mountains of the North of Bali in the Bedugul region. From Canggu, Seminyak, or Kuta it’s approximately a 1.5 hours drive to reach Nungnung Waterfall.
If you are heading to Nungnung Waterfall from Ubud, the drive is a little shorter and takes only 1-hour.
WHAT TO EXPECT NUNGNUNG WATERFALL
Nungnung Waterfall entrance fee is 10,000 Rupiah which you will have to pay at a small ticket office before making your way down to these Bali waterfalls.
The hike down to these Bali waterfalls takes approximately 20 minutes. The track is clear and you will also have to attack a steep set of concrete stairs that will without a doubt give your legs a good workout. It is all worth it when you make it down to the base of Air Terjun Nungnung!
It is possible to swim in the rock pool beneath the 50-meter waterfall though do so at your own risk. The water discharge at Nungnung Waterfall Bali is one of the most powerful ones I have come across.
There is lots of exploring to do around the base of Nungnung Waterfall and the best spot for photos is on the bamboo bridge that crosses the stream.
Of all the incredible waterfalls in Bali that I have explored, it’s easy to see why I have included Nungnung Waterfall on this Top Bali Waterfalls list!
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#3 TIBUMANA WATERFALL
Tibumana Waterfall is a beautiful paradise and it is one of my favorite Bali waterfalls worth checking out! The picture-perfect Tibumana Waterfall is a fantastic place to spend a few hours exploring the surrounding rainforests and swimming in the natural rock pools.
WHERE IS TIBUMANA WATERFALL
Tibumana Waterfall is located in Bali’s central region known as Gianyar. From Ubud, it is approximately a thirty-minute drive.
You can also check out the Yellow Waterfall which is another awesome location in the Gianyar region.
ARRIVING AT TIBUMANA WATERFALL
The drive from Ubud to these Bali waterfalls is absolutely gorgeous. About two minutes before you arrive at the jump-off point for Tibumana Waterfall, you will come across the best palm tree-lined road in all of Bali! Be sure to stop here to take some happy snaps.
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Tibumana Waterfall is an easy location to find and parking is free. The local villagers are overly friendly and are always excited to see new visitors. The entrance fee at Tibumana Waterfall is 10,000 Rupiah.
Once you have received your entrance ticket, there is a short ten-minute hike down to the Tibumana Waterfall through lush rainforest and across bamboo bridges that stretch across a freshwater stream.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT TIBUMANA WATERFALL
Tibumana Waterfall used to be a little hidden gem but thanks to Instagram this location is slowly getting more and more popular, like most waterfalls in Bali.
Tibumana Waterfall features a thin curtain of falls that fills a large catch basin below. The depth of the swimming hole at the base of Tibumana Waterfall is around waist-deep which makes it perfect for swimming.
There is a small cave behind at Tibumana Waterfall which you can walk into and get another cool perspective of the falls and the moss-covered rock walls.
The best time to visit Tibumana Waterfall is in the early morning and chances are you will have this waterfall in Bali all to yourself!
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Palm tree road at Tibumana Waterfall
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Trail to these epic waterfalls in Bali
#4 LEKE LEKE WATERFALL
Leke Leke is another one of the top waterfalls in Bali and a great adventure for anyone looking to do a day trip away from the main tourist hubs. Leke Leke Waterfall is definitely worth adding to your list of Bali waterfalls to see!
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WHERE IS LEKE LEKE WATERFALL IN BALI
Leke Leke waterfall is located near Bedugul in Bali’s central region. From Canggu, Seminyak and Kuta it is approximately a 1.5-hour drive to reach this epic waterfall in Bali
I guarantee you will find the drive out to these Bali waterfalls very enjoyable as you pass through the local villages and beautiful rice terraces.
ARRIVING AT LEKE LEKE WATERFALL BALI
The entrance to Leke Leke waterfall is very easy to see from the road and there is a small Bali hut style roof with a sign reading ‘Leke Leke’. Follow the steps down to the ticket office and the cost is 30,000 Rupiah per person. This small fee helps them to maintain the trail and bamboo bridges.
There is a small restaurant at the top to purchase water or snacks before you make the trek down to this waterfall in Bali. This is also a great spot to chill before and after the adventure with amazing views of the jungle below.
The trail down to Leke Leke waterfall is well maintained with steps cut into the land and cleared paths. There are also bamboo bridge structures over the river crossings which make for great photo opportunities. The hike into the waterfall is an easy to moderate hike that takes approx 15 minutes and as you can see in the photos the plant life is amazing!
WHAT TO EXPECT AT LEKE LEKE WATERFALL
When you reach the end of the trail you’ll be greeted with the incredible sight of one of the best waterfalls in Bali. My first impression of Leke Leke Waterfall was how it looked like a flow of white satin threaded with silver as it surged down into a shallow rock pool below.
You can explore behind these Bali waterfalls and this is where you will find a naturally carved out cave and vines that cover the walls.
The best lighting to take photos at Leke Leke waterfall is between 12pm and 1pm. I preferred shooting from a higher angle as opposed to going down to the base of the falls. You can make use of the boulders in the rock pool as a great vantage point.
As you make your way back to the top of this waterfall in Bali you will see a rope chair swing that the landowners have installed between two huge trees.
They were asking for 250,000 Rupiah to have a turn on the swing which I thought was a bit excessive and I wasn’t willing to pay this much. However, I did see someone else swinging out, high above the jungle canopy and it looked like a lot of fun.
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#5 ALING ALING WATERFALL
Aling Aling is the most fun-fuelled waterfall in Bali that you must-visit! Aling Aling Waterfall is absolutely breathtaking and there is not one but four impressive waterfalls in this valley, making for the perfect day trip away from the busy tourist hubs.
WHERE IS ALING ALING WATERFALL
Aling Aling Waterfall is located in Singaraja, which is in the far north of Bali Island.
From Canggu, Seminyak and Kuta, the drive to Aling Aling Waterfall takes around 2.5 hours.
If you happen to be heading to Aling Aling Waterfall from Ubud, this drive is a little shorter and takes around 2-hours.
ARRIVING AT ALING ALING WATERFALL BALI
There is a small ticket office on the side of the road upon arriving at Aling Aling Waterfall. You will have to stop here and pay an entrance fee.
There are two Aling Aling entrance fee options which you can choose from, one is 125,000 Rupiah which is a guided tour down to the waterfalls including swimming and cliff jumping.
The second option is only 10,000 Rupiah which allows entry to the waterfalls on a self-guided Aling Aling Waterfall tour but they say no swimming or cliff jumping is allowed without a guide.
The hike down to Aling Aling Waterfall is only 10 to 15 minutes along a well-maintained path and concrete steps, which can be slippery when wet so take your time. The path cuts through beautiful rice terraces before you start descending down the edges of the valley.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT ALING ALING WATERFALL
About halfway down you will find an awesome viewpoint of Aling Aling Waterfall from an aerial perspective that is worthy of stopping at for a photo.
When you reach the bottom of the stairs, make a right turn and this path will take you to the base of these Bali waterfalls. The thundering sounds of the falls echoes through the valley as the heavy discharge of water hammerers down into basin pool below. An amphitheater of lush green walls surrounds this epic 35-meter high waterfall.
Don’t end your adventure here because there are more sets of Bali waterfalls to explore in the same valley. Follow the trail downstream to check out Kroya Waterfall and Twin Falls for some epic cliff jumping and swimming.
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#6 BANYU WANA AMERTHA WATERFALL
Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall is one of the most untouched and underrated waterfalls in Bali. There are multiple sets of falls to explore at Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall which makes this location so unique!
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WHERE IS BANYU WANA AMERTHA WATERFALL
Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall can be found in Bedugul, North Bali and the drive takes around 1.5 hours from the main tourist areas of Canggu, Seminyak and Kuta.
ARRIVING AT BANYU WANA AMERTHA WATERFALL
The entrance to Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall is clearly signposted and the entrance fee is by donation so I paid 10,000 Rupiah to enter. The locals at the ticket office were so happy to see us because we were possibly the first tourists to ever visit these waterfalls in Bali.
We made our way down a dirt track and came across a group of local villagers cutting steps into the earth, making it safe and accessible for visitors coming to Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall.
It is approximately a 20-minute hike down to Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfalls through some very lush banana plantations.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT BANYU WANA AMERTHA WATERFALL
When you reach the bottom of the stairs, you will find two epic Bali waterfalls that are within a stone’s throw from each other. I got chatting with one of the workers and he told me that there are another three waterfalls in the same valley though they are not yet accessible.
The first set of falls at this epic waterfall in Bali features a bamboo bridge that stretches across a flowing creek which leads to a large rock pool at the base of the falls.
The second set of falls at Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall is very unique. The water bursts out of a rock wall formation and into a shallow pool that then cascades into a creek that cuts its way down the valley.
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#7 DUSUN KUNING WATERFALL
Last but not least on this list of top Bali Waterfalls is the Dusun Kuning Waterfall, also known as Yellow Waterfall, and it’s not to be missed on your Bali waterfalls itinerary.
WHERE IS THE YELLOW WATERFALL BALI
The Dusun Kuning Waterfall is located in the east-central region of Bali close by to Gianyar. From Ubud, it is approximately a forty-five-minute drive to Dusun Kuning Waterfall and from Canggu or Kuta it is approximately one hour and thirty minutes drive.
ARRIVING AT DUSUN KUNING WATERFALL
As you leave the main road and drive through a small village you will see several signs pointing you in the right direction to these Bali waterfalls. There is a small ticket office where you will have to stop and pay an entrance fee of 20,000 Rupiah to gain access to the waterfall.
You then follow the road around the bend to the right for another 400m to where you will see a temple on your left-hand side and next to the temple there are concrete steps that will lead you down to Dusun Kuning Waterfall.
HIKING DOWN TO DUSUN KUNING WATERFALL
The stairs down can be quite slippery so please take care and don’t rush. It was slightly raining on the day that we visited these Bali waterfalls so we took our time to make our way down to the bottom.
The hike all the way down to Dusun Kuning takes only fifteen minutes and it is suitable for all levels of hikers. The dense jungle felt like it came to life after the rainfall and it enhanced all the colors of the flora that surrounded us.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT DUSUN KUNING WATERFALL
I was in awe, to say the least when I feasted my eyes on this tranquil waterfall in Bali. Dusun Kuning is 25 meters high and the water flows effortlessly down the slate rock face and pools below. Tropical, green plantations surround the falls and the serene ambiance is next level.
It didn’t take me long before I was swimming in the rock pool beneath the falls, making for a great shower after the drive and hike to get here.
The best time to get some good shots of this awesome waterfall in Bali is between 1 and 2pm when the sunlight finds its way through the above canopy above and lights up the rock face.
The water from the rock pool overflows and it meets the river that cuts through the valley. Be careful if you are swimming in the river as the current can be quite strong and you don’t want to get sucked down into the canyon.
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WHERE TO STAY IN BALI
Bali has countless great areas to stay with no shortage of accommodation options to choose from.
The majority of tourists choose to stay in the south-central location of Canggu, so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay in Canggu to suit the needs of budget backpackers, luxury travelers and everyone in between.
See the list of Canggu accommodations below that I personally recommend:
Luxury: Villa Vanilla
Villa Vanilla is a modern 3-bedroom villa that sleeps up to six people. Just 500m from Berawa Beach in Canggu, this accommodation features a swimming pool, equipped kitchen and a spa centre. The rooms are large with air conditioning, free wifi and private ensuites. Free bicycles are also available for all guests. Perfect place to stay for families or a group of friends.
Mid Range: Surf Motel Canggu
Awesome 3-star accommodation for less than $50. The Surf Motel boasts a rooftop pool and bar with ocean views, shared lounge with working space, close to beach clubs, cafes, restaurants and the beach. There are double rooms available with air conditioning, spacious living, private ensuites and free wifi. Scooter rental is also available. Great place to stay for couples and friends.
Budget: Mojo Surf Camp Canggu
The best budget accommodation in Canggu. Featuring an outdoor pool and terrace, restaurant and bar, free wifi and close to the beach. There are dorm rooms and double rooms available for as little as $11. There is also a shared lounge, currency exchange and tour desk at Mojo Surf Camp. Recommended for solo travellers, couples and friends.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT BALI
The best time to visit Bali for perfect weather and fewer tourists is between the months of April and October.
The rainy season in Bali is typically from December through to February and this is also peak season for tourists arriving during the Christmas and New Year holiday season.
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I search and book all of my flights on Skyscanner.com which is the best online flight directory to find the cheapest and most convenient flights to Bali.
BALI TOURIST VISA
When entering Bali, there is a Visa On Arrival policy that allows tourists to stay for a maximum of 30-days at no cost.
If you wish to stay in Bali for more than 30-days you must pay USD $35 for the Visa On Arrival in order for you to be able to extend it at the immigration office located in Denpasar City.
You can only extend the 30-day visa to a 60-day visa and it requires a couple of visits to the immigration office to hand in your passport, do fingerprints and then pick up your passport a week later.
There are a few ways of getting around Bali – scooter, motorbike, go-jek, grab taxi and private taxi. In my experience, the cheapest and most convenient way of getting around Bali is by scooter.
The cost of scooter hire is around $4 day and petrol can be bought for as little as 70 cents per litre.
If you are not comfortable riding a scooter on the crazy roads of Bali you can use Go-Jek and Grab Taxi services. Download the free app from the App Store and you’ll need a local number to register before you can start using the service.
If you are traveling solo, you can select the motorbike taxi option within the Go-Jek and Grab app’s which is by far the cheapest mode of transport to get you from A to B.
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BALI – THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
The currency in Bali is Rupiah (IDR) and the exchange rate is approximately $1 USD = 14,000 IDR.
Purchasing a sim card in Bali is very cheap and simple. You can purchase a Bali SIM Card online in advance and pick it up at the airport when you arrive.
For approximately $7 USD, you can get a local sim card that comes with 10GB of data with calls and texts included!
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WHAT TO PACK FOR BALI
Everyday Backpack: One of the best backpacks on the market! The Nomatic 20L Backpack is perfect for on the go adventures. Featuring multiple storage spaces for valuables, drink bottles, chargers, notebooks and more. This sleek backpack was designed for you.
Universal Power Adapter: Don’t leave home without one! I highly recommend getting this Universal Power Adapter so that you are able to charge all of your electronics when you’re on the road. Compatible in Asia, UK, Europe, Africa, USA, SA and Australia.
Hidden Money Belt: I never go on a trip without one! The best thing is they are always out of sight, hidden beneath your clothing. With RFID blocking, they are perfectly designed to keep your credit cards, cash and other valuables safe when you’re out adventuring!
Waterproof Phone Case: A waterproof phone case is a must-have item! This universal case will keep your phone safe from water damage, sand and scratches during your adventures. Suitable for all smartphone models.
Portable Charger: One of the best portable chargers on the market! The Anker Power Bank keeps your phone and accessories charged on those longer adventures. Featuring 2 USB charging ports, rechargeable battery, works with iPhone, iPad, Samsung, Oppo and Android.
Microfibre Travel Towel: To pack a towel or not to pack a towel? A standard bathroom towel can take up a lot of space in your travel bag. Get your hands on a quick-dry Microfibre Travel Towel which is perfect for the beach, backpacking, camping and general traveling.
Rain Jacket: A light-weight rain jacket is an absolute must when traveling! North Face waterproof rain jackets come in both men and women sizes, featuring a breathable mesh lining and adjustable hood that can be tucked away inside the collar.
Kindle: The best alternative for books! Kindle e-readers are perfect for long haul flights, reading on the beach or a quiet evening away from the bars. Kindle’s are waterproof with rechargeable batteries and adjustable light settings to suit indoor/outdoor conditions.
Packing Cubes: My favorite item in my backpack! Perfect for organizing your shirts, pants, jackets, socks, underwear and more. This 5 Set Packing Cubes makes packing easier and more efficient, adding extra space in your bag for your next trip.
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MY CAMERA GEAR
Everyday Camera: The most affordable mirrorless camera on the market! I personally use the Sony A7ii Mirrorless Camera on all of my adventures. It’s compact, lightweight and super easy to use for all levels of photography. A 28-70mm Sony lens is also included.
Drone Camera: Take your photography to new heights! The DJI Mavic Pro 2 Drone is at the top of the game when it comes to high-quality images and video, easy to control functions and traveler-friendly capabilities. I guarantee you won’t regret purchasing one.
GoPro Hero 8: One of the most popular cameras on the planet! I love using the GoPro Hero 8 for all of my underwater shots and fast-paced adventures. The GoPro Hero 8 captures the best moments with its wide range of functions that are very simple to use!
Camera Bag: My favorite camera bag I have ever owned! The Lowepro Protactic 450 AW II Camera Bag features a waterproof rain cover, drink bottle holder, padded compartments for cameras, drones, lenses, accessories and it also has a laptop pocket.
Selfie Stick: Everyone loves a good selfie, right!? The Sandmarc Metal Edition Selfie Stick is sleek, stylish and can extend to 1.2m. I find it much easier to take photos and videos with the GoPro when it is mounted to the Sandmarc Selfie Stick!
Camera Tripod: The Joby GorillaPod is suitable for all cameras. This tripod is easy to use and perfect for setting up a time-lapse video or even using it as a selfie stick. The legs are flexible so you can wrap it around a tree or a pole to get creative with your shot.
GoPro Dome: Have you ever wanted to capture those under/over water shots with the GoPro? This epic underwater GoPro dome housing is the best camera accessory to have to create the perfect 50/50 shot. I use mine every time I am in the ocean!
Memory Card: The best thing about SanDisk Extreme Pro is that it delivers maximum speed for images and videos. Having 64GB of storage means that you can store hundreds of files on this SD card for 2-3 days and not have to worry about running out of space.
External Hard Drive: As a photographer, my images and video files take up a lot of space on my MacBook so I use the WD Elements External Hard Drive to store everything. With 4TB worth of storage space, this is more than enough for 1 years worth of content.
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