Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point Overview

Head into the lap of nature at the Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point, which offers some of the most unparalleled views of the famous Tamblingan Lake and Buyan Lake in Munduk. Get a chance to experience the best of what Bali has to offer by passing through hidden hamlets, dense jungles and meeting local people of this destination.

Located just off the main road, near the famous Wanagiri Hidden Hills, Bali Twin Lakes trekking point is the one place from where you can enjoy some of the most magnificent views of the twin lakes of Buyan and Tamblingan. It is a major inclusion in the itinerary of our Bali vacation packages from India, promising an exciting adventure in this magical land.

Separated by a hill covered with rainforests, these lakes used to be one whole entity until they were separated by a huge landslide in the year 1800. As you explore the scenic trails leading up to the viewpoint, you will also come across hidden jungle temples along the way, such as the Dalem Temple and the Telaga Aye Temple. Considered to be one of the most thrilling adventures in northern Bali, the hike to the Twin Lake Trekking Point also gives you a chance to explore the lush rainforests of the region.

You can also trek all the way to the famous two lakes, Buyan and Tamblingan, which involves traversing through forests, crossing a lake with a traditional wooden canoe, passing by waterfalls and a lot more.

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• Pay a visit to the scenic Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point, an incredible vantage point from where you can catch sights of two of the most beautiful lakes in Bali
• Soak in views of the Tamblingan Lake at your right, surrounded by a verdant forest and turn left to see the smaller twin, known as the Buyan Lake, which is a feast for the eyes
• Talk to locals and learn how these twin lakes, which used to be one huge lake, became separated due to a massive landslide in 1800
• On the way, take short detours to visit the hidden temples of Dalem and Telaga Aye
• While hiking to the top, enjoy taking in glimpses of beautiful birds and animals, macaque monkeys as well as rich variety of plants and trees

How To Reach

Take a flight to the Ngurah Rai International Airport, or the Denpasar International Airport in Bali. From there, a car or train ride can take you up to the mountains in Munduk.

Upon reaching Munduk, you can take another local bike or taxi ride along the road leading to the Wanagiri Hidden Hills, and get down at a large stone block which is where the trek to the Bali Twin Lake starts.

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Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit the Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point is between the months of April and October, during the dry season in the region. With dry weather and pleasant temperatures, the entire trail during this time is a beautiful sight, with colourful flowers, and lush flora all around.

Additionally, it is always best to visit this place earlier in the morning, so that you can beat the crowds and enjoy the tranquil environment all by yourself.

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08:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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08:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Normal Timings:
08:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Normal Timings:
08:00 AM to 05:00 PM

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Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point FAQs

What are the timings to trek at Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point?

You can trek everyday between 08:00 a.m. and 05:00 p.m. at the Bali Twin Lakes Trekking Point. It is not ideal to go trekking after the sun goes down.

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What are the things to carry while trekking at Bali Twin Lake Point?

Make sure you wear comfortable clothes and most importantly trekking shoes while going for this experience. Other than this you might also need to carry following things -

  • Snacks
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat or cap
  • Camera and a tripod (optional)
  • Loose cash (in local currency).
  • Light rain jacket
  • Emergency first aid kit

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