Waterfalls in Bali
Tibumana Waterfall – Ubud
Tibumana waterfall is a beautiful hidden paradise located only up the river from the much more touristic falls of Reng Reng. Mainly visited by locals, this waterfall is generally quiet as it is a 5-minute drive off the main road and then a 5-10 minute walk to the falls themselves.
Tukad Cepung Waterfall : A Hidden Gem
Tukad Cepung Waterfall still remains as the best virgin waterfall of Bali. The local villagers contribute in showing and/or explaining the waterfall to the visitors well-guarded by the cliffs, this waterfall is difficult to locate for the first-time visitor. A few hundred stairs down the cliff are worth the effort once you arrive at the destination. The circular cliffs give you the feeling of being in a cave, while the open sky right from where the waterfall emerges, gives you the most enchanting view. Since the water gets accumulated within the cliffs, it gets really deep during the rainy seasons. For that reason, it is not recommended to visit Tukad Cepung Waterfall during monsoons.
Kanto Lampo Waterfall – Gianyar
Kanto Lampo, located at Banjar Kelod Kangin, Beng village at Gianyar sub-district, only 12 kilometres away from Ubud Palace.
Easily accessible by stairs, which lead to a pleasing shallow river canyon bordered with jungle trees and overhanging vines, the pile of flat jagged rocks where the waterfall is supposed to be is unusually at the side of the river, not along the river course and looks as though it’s been caused by a landslide.
If you are up for a little adventure, go down the stairs on your left and walk along the riverbank Crossing the 2 meters-wide river, you can climb up the rocks on the left side and walk along the pathway to a cave. The view is just spectacular, especially to see the waterfall from the end of the pathway.
Munduk Waterfall is one of the Best Trekking Points, where you can explore 3 of the wonderful waterfalls in Munduk Village. In the Munduk Trekking Program you will walk through the rainforest plantation. Munduk waterfall is also close to another spot, Git Git Waterfall.
Git Git Waterfall – Singaraja
Git Git Waterfall is located only at 10km drive south of North Bali’s main town of Singaraja, or an 80km drive north from Kuta. The falls are easily accessible from the main road connecting Bedugul and Singaraja. It also provides a relatively easy trek, with a wooden boardwalk over a small gorge and cool streams. Visitors shall enjoy the spectacle of the 40m cascade that constantly pours into a rocky pool with a small shrine that ‘guards’ the site. You can enjoy a cool plunge in the pool. The falls are also referred to by the locals as the ‘Twin Falls’ or Air Terjun Kembar Gitgit, due to its flow that is often split into two equal streams.
Beach side waterfall at melasti beach
Along the sandy Melasti beach (near Tanah Lot) lies a hidden treasure, a waterfall. Capture a shot from the shoreline of the sun setting as the water streams back into the ocean. A 15-minute walk away from Tanah Lot, head over to the beach after visiting the Tanah Lot temple.You’ll be safe from the crowd as Melasti Beach is one of Bali’s best-kept secrets (until now).Take note not to mistake this Melasti beach with the one near Ungasan!