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Bali is so much more than a tropical paradise with gorgeous beaches and beautiful weather. This tropical getaway is home to several stunning waterfalls and hidden treasures that draw locals and tourists alike. You can add these waterfalls and hidden treasures to your must-visit list as you plan your next adventure to Bali.
You can find the Tegenungan Waterfall in the village of Ubud. You’ll enjoy beautiful lush scenery along with natural springs that make this the perfect spot for bathing. This waterfall has a heavy flow, and this helps to ensure that the water is crystal clear and clean. It has a west-facing location, so you’ll get the most beautiful vistas in the evening hours where you can see the setting sun.
TUKAD CEPUNG WATERFALL – TEMBUKU
Located just 30 kilometres north-west of Ubud in the Tembuku region, you’ll find a truly beautiful waterfall in Tukad Cepung. This waterfall is still not visited by large thongs of tourists because it is not easy to spot and requires a little bit of trekking and guidance by the local villagers. The waterfall is surrounded by cliffs and after descending the stairs, you’ll see why it’s worth the effort. Sometimes you can see an enchanting rainbow form on the top of the waterfall from below!
NUNGNUNG WATERFALL – PETANG
The NungNung Waterfall sits 900 meters or 2,953 feet above sea level in a very small village. You can park your car and hike through the beautiful green jungle before you descend over 500 steps to glimpse the waterfall. It’s over 50 meters (164 feet) high and cascades down rock and jungle face to fall into a serene pool that is perfect for photographs.
Lush rainforests tuck around this waterfall, and it’s just a short walk from the Munduk Village. You’ll see two waterfalls when you visit this location, and the waterfall itself pools into two twin lakes. It has a variety of beautiful rice fields and plantations, and it’s all set against a backdrop of Bali’s mountains.