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Top waterfalls in Bali – for those who like jungle adventures

When Bali comes to mind most people picture stunning beaches, the sun and the waves. Sure, enough this is definitely Bali. But Bali isn't always about the beaches. There is a lot more natural beauty hidden away in the jungles and the waterfalls mentioned in this list are just a few.


GitGit Waterfall in Singaraja

This is one waterfall that is easily accessible which has made it a popular tourist attraction in recent years. Along the path to the waterfall, you will find souvenir shops and little eateries as well. Once you reach the beauty you are sure to be awe-inspired at the sight of the 35-metre high wonder of nature. If you are one to believe in old wives' tales, then here's a bit of a warning – it is said that lovers who bathe together under this waterfall are bound to separate soon after the excursion.


Niagara Munduk in Buleleng

Tucked away in a little village called known as Munduk in Buleleng, the falls are called the Niagara of Bali. It is 15 metres in height and is the absolute stunner out of the 3 other waterfalls located in the same village. Those who visit the falls often feel as though it is similar to a movie set. It's not just the falls that are considered wonderful but the twin lake that the waters plunge into as well look simply magical. There is also a great hotel from where you will be able to view the waterfall close by.


Sekumpul Waterfall in Singaraja

If you are a hard-core hiker and are ready to cross muddy rivers, boulders and other challenging features of this terrain, then a surprise awaits you! Sekumpul is considered the most beautiful waterfall in Bali and strangely looks even more extraordinary from a distance rather than up close. Sekumpul is a collection of 7 waterfalls which all reach different heights and cascade down in abundance. Hire a guide so that you will be able to get the best experience.


Nung Nung Waterfall in Petang

This body of water is approximately 900 metres above sea level and will be etched in your memory forever. The drive here is pretty scenic as well with paddy fields along the way. Once you've reached the car park, you'll have a long walk which includes tackling 509 slippery steps as well. You will hear the thunder of the falls before you reach it and once you do you won't be sorry for all that trouble! Nung Nung is a 50-metre high waterfall where beautiful white-water cascades down into a pool.


Tegenungan Waterfall in Ubud

This is quite a heavy waterfall and the waters are very clean as well. Unlike all the other waterfalls, this one is located in Ubud Village and not in the mountains. Nonetheless, there is bright greenery surrounding the falls. It looks amazing and is just about a 55-minute drive from Nirjhara and even closer from many a villa resort in Bali. The best time to visit would be in the evening when the west-side waterfall catches the colours of the sunset.

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