Waterfall in Bali – Travel Tips in Bali

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Published on May 3, 2019 | Activities, Nature, Travel

As the island of paradise, Bali offers landscape features that are unique to the island. The hidden waterfalls scattered throughout Bali are some of the most iconic.

In this article, we’ll highlight some of the must-see waterfalls around Bali.


Tegenungan, Ubud

Tegenungan Waterfall Bali

Tegenungan is arguably the easiest and most accessible waterfall in Bali. It’s a relatively short drive if you’re coming from Ubud. The waterfall itself is quite touristy compared to other waterfalls in Bali. However, it still boasts beautiful vegetation all around the falls. The recommended time to visit, especially for photographers, is during the evening. The west facing part of the falls will catch the light as the sun is setting.


Git Git Waterfall, Singaraja

GitGit Waterfall Bali

Both locals and foreigners really appreciate this waterfall. They consider it as one of the best in Bali. The mountains and the rice field surrounds this high waterfall. The lush vegetation and tropical setting make it a favorite for photographers. Just like all waterfall locations, it will require some trekking. Regardless of how this one is relatively easy and family friendly.


Yeh Mampeh, Singaraja

Yeh Mampeh Waterfall

Yeh Mampeh is one of the taller waterfalls in Bali. Its name translates to “flying water” in Balinese. It is located on the northern side of Bali. This waterfall is immaculate with unpolluted air, fresh water, and beautiful greenery.


Aling Aling Waterfall, Sambangan

Aling Aling Waterfall

This thirty-meter waterfall is located in the Sambangan Village. Its unique feature is having a natural, crystalline blue water slide down the waterfall. The trek involves going up and down steps and through rice fields. Trekking through a rough terrain can be quite a journey for those who are not used to it. However, this waterfall is worth every step you take to reach it.

We hope this article serves as a useful quick guide for those wanting to explore the waterfalls in Bali.
When you stay at Mara River Safari Lodge, you can make the quick day trip to some of the waterfalls in this article. For additional inclusions, book your reservation with us directly through our website!