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5 Best Hidden Waterfall in Bali

Nagisa Bali

07 July 2020

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5 Best Hidden Waterfall in Bali

``Chasing waterfalls is one of the best things to do in Bali other than beach hopping. There are so many different waterfalls and a bunch of other natural attractions for you to explore, and you could honestly plan a whole trip to Bali around them without feeling bored. Make sure you choose which waterfalls you want to go to wisely, but don’t worry if you miss one on your first time to Bali, all the more reason to go back and see more of the island``

1. Sekumpul Waterfall - Buleleng

Sekumpul Waterfall, located in the village of Sekumpul, is touted as the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. To see it up close requires a little bit of effort though, so this is one for dedicated adventurers. A dirt road, lots of slippery steps, and the crossing of a river – it’s a tough trek, but totally worth it. You can hire a local guide to help you get stunning views up close, however, Sekumpul Waterfall is often best enjoyed from a distance so that you can see it in all its glory. You see, Sekumpul Waterfall is actually made up of seven different falls, all reaching different dizzying heights into the treetops, and each spilling varying amounts of water.

Location : Sekumpul, Sawan, Kab. Buleleng, Bali

2. Campuhan Antapan - Tabanan

Campuhan Antapan is a little bit of a challenging drive to get to, but once you’re there, it’s incredibly easy. A small path takes you from the entrance to this calm and serene waterfall within seconds. While not the biggest waterfall in Bali, it has its own charm, with its pool blocked off from the river beside it, you can easily soak in the water without worrying you’ll be washed away. You can even climb the waterfall a little bit and sit under the water.

Location : Jl. Antapan, Antapan, Kec. Baturiti, Kab. Tabanan, Bali

3. Tibumana Waterfall - Bangli

So well hidden and unknown, finding the right coordinates to this place proved to be a challenge! But as they say, the harder you work, the greater the reward. It’s soothing to find chilly weathers in Bali and the low temperatures up in Bangli will refresh you and as you come across the gushing beauty, you’ll find yourself itching to throw yourself in the shallow pool underneath the falls and just lay there soaking in the refreshing vibes, far away from the hustle and heat of Kuta or Seminyak.

Location : Jl. Desa Apuan, Apuan, Susut, Kabupaten Bangli, Bali

4. Kanto Lampo Waterfall - Gianyar

The unique combination of four out of the five elements (fire, water, earth and air) make this waterfall a unique location to breath in, breath out and meditate in peace. Picture a clear river, a giant pile of rocks, fresh air  and the gentle flow of water piercing through them; all in perfect harmony. According to the locals, water has been flowing through only since a few years back (apparently since 2015) following an intensive praying ceremony, and since then the waterfall has been considered as a blessing for the villagers as it attracts tourists and brings them a source of income.

Location : Beng, Gianyar Sub-District, Kab. Gianyar, Bali

5. NungNung Waterfall - Badung

Nine hundred metres above sea level, in a small village in the middle of nowhere, Nungnung Waterfall is waiting for you. Listen and watch thousands of litres of water cascading down 50 metres into a beautiful pool. Sounds gorgeous? Getting there is a real challenge, though. Situated at the bottom of a gorge, you must descend 509 steps to reach the falls but you’ll be greeted with a magnificent view of the waterfalls and rice paddies all around.

Location : Belok/Sidan, Petang, Kab. Badung, Bali

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