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8 Amazing Waterfalls in Bali

Whoever said Bali is about therapeutic beaches, scenic sunsets, hot springs and cocktails, has not explored this island to its fullest. Did you know that this paradise island is also home to nature’s most beautiful waterfalls? Here are 8 best waterfalls that you must experience during your Bali tour

Source: https://www.sotc.in/blog/8-amazing-waterfalls-in-bali

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Aling Aling Waterfalls

Aling Aling Waterfalls

11 kms away from the city Singaraja, this waterfall is special as it splits from the top leaving two streams falling at two different speeds, creating a natural water slide. Fascinating, isn’t it?

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Blemantung Waterfall

Blemantung Waterfall

Nestled in the Tabanan region of Bali, the Blemantung Waterfall is a sight for the sore eyes. If you're wondering what is so extraordinary about this waterfall, then take a deep breath and you would be able to detect a light fragrance of coffee in the air as the waterfall is situated in between several coffee plantations of the region.

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Peguyangan Waterfall, Nusa Penida

Peguyangan Waterfall, Nusa Penida

It's a cluster of short fountains of waterfalls, making their way into the gorgeous island of Nusa Penida. If you're ready to take 500 flights of stairs to reach this gem of beauty, make sure you befriend a local who knows their way around to help you find it!

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Jembong Waterfall, Sukasada

Jembong Waterfall, Sukasada

Legend says spiritual healings take place here at this untainted and unspoiled waterfall. Situated in the Theobroma cacao area of Suksada, this waterfall has a gentle slope and water flow making it one of the gentler waterfalls in Bali.

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GitGit Waterfall, Singaraja

GitGit Waterfall, Singaraja

Got an appetite for adventure? We bring you GitGit in Singaraja, waterfall for the beginners and the most popular tourist attraction in Bali. GitGit waterfall is 35 meters high, covered by greenery and if you have the beginner's luck, you may end up spotting wild monkeys ready to accompany you.

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Sekumpal Waterfall

Sekumpal Waterfall

This one is strictly for the adrenaline junkies! Reaching the waterfall is a tough task as one needs to climb down the slippery wet slopes and go across the river to experience the waterfall up close. Sekumpal which is Indonesian for ‘group’ is surrounded by not just but seven waterfalls with tallest one being 50 m high.

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Niagara Munduk, Buleleng

Niagara Munduk, Buleleng

Popularly known as the Niagra falls of Bali, this magnificent waterfall is in the Munduk Village in Buleleng. At least 15m metre high with equally jaw-dropping twin lakes around the waterfall and surrounded by Bali’s stunning mountains, Niagra Munduk is a perfect place if you wish for some peace and quiet.

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SingSing Waterfalls, Lovina

SingSing Waterfalls, Lovina

Touted as the most romantic waterfall in the entire Bali island because of its calm surroundings, if you are looking to rediscover your relationship and tranquility with your partner, there is nothing quite like the SingSing waterfalls in Lovina.

What we are basically saying is, if walking through lush jungles, climbing on slippery rocks and ducking under dense and green canopies is your cup of coffee, then Bali's breathtaking waterfalls are THE ONE for you. Plan your Bali holidays with SOTC now and know more about crazy things to do in Bali with us! Book your Bali packages now!