Why Bali Is the Best Place to Visit for Nature Lovers

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Published on October 18, 2019 | Activities, Culture, Nature, Travel

For someone who loves nature, Bali is one of the best places in the world to go. Its nickname as the island of the Gods serves it well because the landscape in Bali is truly breathtaking. There are plenty of places to choose from, especially for nature lovers. Below, we’ll go over some things you can do in Bali as a nature lover.

Tegenungan Waterfall

tegenungan waterfall

Located just half an hour outside of Ubud, Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most frequented waterfalls in Bali. This waterfall is often the first one people visit on their arrival to Bali, as it’s the most accessible and does not involve a lot of trekking. The waterfall itself is nestled inside a rocky path surrounded by tropical vegetation.

Melasti Beach

melasti beach

Melasti Beach is located on the most southern tip of Bali. With its pristine white sands, turquoise waters and gorgeous limestone cliffs, Melasti is often heralded as one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali. You also have views out to the open Indian Ocean, which seemingly stretches to infinity.

Sunset at Uluwatu

uluwatu sunset

For those wanting to see the sunset, you don’t want to miss the sunset at Uluwatu Cliffs. With views stretching out to the Indian Ocean, you’ll be able to see the sun dip under the horizon from the cliff’s edge. It is truly a magical sunset that you have to see for yourself to truly admire. Additionally, animal lovers will also be able to interact with the local monkeys that have claimed the area as their habitat.

Climb Mount Batur

climb mountain

This majestic volcanic mountain looms over Bali as the second tallest mountain on the island, with Mount Agung being the tallest. Thankfully, Mount Batur has remained largely dormant, allowing hikers and nature lovers to hiking up its peak! There are many approaches to the peak of Mount Batur, all with varying levels of difficulty. The hike is not too difficult, with plenty of affordable guides available to show the way.

Have you been to the places we discussed in this article? We hope it has given you some ideas on where to go when you next visit Bali!

For more family-friendly agendas, head over to Bali Safari Park.  While you’re there, make it a package by booking a room at Mara River Safari Lodge, which includes complimentary admission to Bali Safari Park itself!