For a small island, Bali has many beautiful waterfalls. If you’re planning to go explore them, here are 5 beautiful waterfalls that you need to see in Bali.
Sambangan, Aling-Aling Waterfall
With its inviting, crystal clear plunge pool and shower-like spray, you’ll wish to package your bikini to get this one. The waterfall falls from a steep cliff and can be encompassed by lush jungle. Therefore it’s equally as beautiful if you merely want to admire from a distance. The journey to get there can be somewhat tiresome, even with treks across rice fields and down and up to several measures, but you won’t be whining whenever you reach this magical oasis.
Ubud, Tegenungan Waterfall
Tegenungan Waterfall is not located in the hills, which is very rare for waterfalls in Bali, but really in Ubud village. Like others, it still boasts beautiful lush greenery around (along with the added bonus of a magnificent temple nearby), along with the natural springs are ideal for bathing. The water stream is thick, leaving it clean and refreshing, so you’ll no doubt place lots of locals flocking here every day to enjoy a swim or refreshing bath.
Nusa Penida, Peguyangan Waterfall
Now, this might not be a giant, water-crashing-down-for-miles kind of Waterfall, but it is still fun to visit, particularly if you fancy a free massage! Peguyangan Waterfall is a group of brief fountains of water which fall over a steep ravine, eventually making their way into the sea surrounding the stunning island of Nusa Penida. Away from the canyon, there are small pools of water to bathe in, allowing the fast-flowing water ripple and bubble around you.
Tabanan, Blahmantung Waterfall
Head to Blahmantung Waterfall, Situated inside the lush and undulating region of Tabanan, home to coffee plantations and rice fields for so far as the eye can see. One of Bali’s hidden treasures, this stunning Waterfall is encompassed by beautiful green rainforest and is still a long, 800-meter walk to get there. The trek is by no means easy, particularly during the rainy season whenever you should be cautious of slippery rocks — but it is so well worth it whenever you arrive. At fifty meters high, it is a giant, and also, you can jump into the plunge pool below and enjoy one of Mother Nature’s beauties.
Jembong Waterfall, Sukasada
Not far from the ever-famous GitGit Waterfall, Jembong Waterfall is often overshadowed by its famous neighbor, but this is no bad thing. Spiritual healings are known to take place here, thanks to the spectacular and unspoiled, natural surroundings that are ideal for such enchanting experiences. It’s based on the Theobroma cacao area, which means you wander among cacao trees to find it. The Waterfall has a gentle slope and water stream, again, which makes it an ideal setting for healings, not to mention bathing.
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