Among the many natural wonders to bless the island of Bali, the hidden waterfalls are some of the most rewarding to visit. Some of the waterfalls in this article will require you to trek through the landscape to meet the source of the water yourself – a perfect travel agenda for adventure seekers!
In this article, we’ll share with you some of the best and must-see waterfalls hidden in Bali!
Tegenunang is located relatively close to Ubud and requires very minimal hiking, making this the most accessible waterfall in this list. Indeed, Tegenungan Waterfall is known for being friendly with visitors, as it does not require hiking or trekking through vegetations or landscape. For people just wanting to witness a glimpse of the waterfalls in Bali, then this one is a perfect choice.
This waterfall is located in the Gianyar Regency, not too far from Ubud. This waterfall is located behind a village and will require you to descend down a series of rocky steps, an archaic set of metal stairs and through some vegetation. At the very end is the waterfall itself, where you can admire its beauty while surrounded by lush vegetations.
Located in the northern part of Bali, between Bedugul and Singaraja, is the Git Git waterfall. It is one of the most popular waterfalls to visit in Bali – and for a good reason. Visitors are treated to a cascading tower of water roughly about thirty-five meters tall and can be reached with a bit of hiking.
We hope that this short list of waterfalls has inspired and compels you to go out and explore Bali! Whether you’re a solo traveler wanting to explore Bali, or a small family going for a getaway, the waterfalls in Bali are part of what makes the island so special!
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