35 Waterfalls in Bali with Photos & How to Get There - 2021

Bali Waterfalls

Tegenungan Waterfall, Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Git- Git Waterfall, Sekumpul Waterfall, Aling- Aling Waterfall, Sing Sing Waterfall, Jembong Waterfall, Melanting Waterfall, Banyumala Twin Waterfalls, Nungnung waterfall, Blahmantung Waterfalls, Pengempu Waterfall and many more. 

The beautiful waterfalls in Bali attract people from the world over for their striking natural settings and hypnotic allure. People seeking to spend time amidst pristine wilderness find these falls to be a great way to escape the chaos of the cities.Be it the 100 metres tall larger than life Carat Waterfall, the Aling-Aling Waterfall with its uniquely flowing streams, or the beachside Melasti Waterfall, Bali’s waterscapes never ceases to amaze.

Some falls are considered to have sacred waters like Goa Rang Reng and Leke Leke Waterfalls. Every fall is a treasure trove of natural beauty surrounded with lush coffee and spice plantations, quaint bridges, and dirt trails. 
The best time to visit the waterfalls in Bali is just after the end of the monsoon season to see them in all their splendour.

Here is the list of best waterfalls in Bali:

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Tegenungan Waterfall

This is amongst the popular waterfalls in Bali, which is high up in the itinerary of anyone visiting Bali. It is known for its massive columns of water gushing down the lush green walls of sharp cliffs. Travellers love to swim in the plunge pool surrounded by the powerful reverberations of water falling around them.

Some vantage points at the falls give great views for you to click pictures like the swing framing the waterfall, the ‘colours of love’ point, and the middle and higher viewpoints for you to see the beautiful surrounding scenery. 

of Waterfall: 15 metres

Best Time to visit:
February to April

Jalan Ir. Sutami, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali

How to Reach: It is located around 10 kilometres from Ubud.


Tukad Cepung Waterfall

If you have eyes for uniqueness, the place is waiting for your arrival with its matchless virgin beauty which is present in each and every natural object. Unlike the most popular waterfalls in Bali, Tukad Cepung is a place where you can witness how water oozes down the rasping cliffs and falls at the bottom.

Bathers may be disappointed as here no pool is formed for taking dips but, as you go down the stairs to reach the foot of this Bali waterfall, you can witness an awe-inspiring view of the entire area at the backdrop of the blue firmament.

Height of the waterfall: 50 metres

How to reach: From Ubud, it is 50 minutes’ drive and from Seminyak area, it is 2 hours’ drive.

Location: Jalan Tembaku, Dusun Penida Kelod, Tembuku, Kabupaten Bangli, Bali- 80671, Indonesia

Best Time to Visit: 8am -5pm

Git- Git Waterfall

This is one of the most fabled waterfalls in Bali which is famous for its unique diversion and a real spectacle watch as it cascades from a lofty height. Gitgit is also known as the twin waterfall as it splits into two while gushing down from a height and forms a natural pool of crystal clear water at its bottom.

If you are up for a trek, explore the mystic beauty of the place by walking along the trail of dotted clove and coffee shrubs and creeks that keep flowing at their own paces breaking the silence of the place.

Height of the waterfall: 300 metres from the sea level

How to reach: From Lovina, in northern Bali, one can go for an easy trek to reach the entrance of the ravine which is guarded by a shrine.

Location: Jalan Raya Bedugul- Singaraja, Gitgit, Sukasada, Buleleng, North Bali

Best time to visit: The best time to visit is during the daytime before is 10am.
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Sekumpul Waterfall

Sekumpul is a magnificent collection of seven waterfalls of different heights in the Singaraja Regency. If you are a nature lover and is ready to cross an extra mile to take up adventurous challenges, Sekumpul has to be in your priority list.

It may be a real challenge to walk along with bamboo forests, climb down slippery steps, cross rivers and ramble through mucky routes. But trust us; your effort will be all worth it when you climb to the top of the waterfall in Bali to get a bird’s-eye view of the entire surroundings.

Height of the waterfall: 80 metres

How to reach: Rented cars from Denpasar International Airport which is located at about 72 Km from Sekumpul will take you to your destination.

Location: Sekumpul, Lemukih, Sawan, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali

Best Time to Visit: It is open for 24 hours

Aling- Aling Waterfall

Aling-Aling Waterfall is considered to be amongst the most unique of the Bali waterfalls as it falls from a very sharply contoured high cliff into two streams flowing at different speeds. One has to cross a quaint little staircase to reach the massive waterfall surrounded by luxuriant mossy foliage.

Since it is considered to be sacred, you cannot swim in the plunge pool, but those who are seeking some adventure, are in for a treat. They can slide down the powerful water streams or indulge in some serious cliff jumping.

Height of Waterfall: 35 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Raya Desa Sambangan, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 8.5 kilometres from Singaraja.


Sing Sing Waterfall

It is a perfect retreat for nature lovers who prefer solitude and serenity over high-end hotel amenities. This hidden gem of Bali is famous for its immaculate beauty and tranquil ambience being less frequented by the tourists.

As you watch the cataract flowing down incessantly into the rocky bed of lava stones forming a little creek amidst soothing greenery all around, you can feel your soul resides in perfect harmony with nature at that moment. The chirping of the birds acts as a backbeat to the bubbling of the water flowing down the fall.

Height of the waterfall: 800 meters above sea level approximately

How to reach: From Lovina it is just a 15 minutes’ drive to Singsing.  From Seminyak or Ubud it takes about 2-3 hours.

Location: Tigawasa, Banjar, Buleleng Regency, Bali- 81152, Indonesia

Best time to visit: The best time to visit is during monsoon.

Jembong Waterfall

Located between the rustic surroundings of Ambangan, the Jembong waterfall is a feast to the eyes for its own unique charm which gushes down to a one-metre deep lagoon in perfect rhythm. The path to Jambong amidst the coffee plantation and tropical forest allures visitors for spiritual healing.

It is also an ideal place for the hikers who want to try their zing for adventure sport. The most amazing feature of this Bali waterfall is its descent at an angle of 75 degrees instead of perpendicular. Therefore not much noise is produced from the plummeting water down the cascade and the natural quietness of the place is restored.

Height of the waterfall: 25 metres

How to reach: It is about 2 ½ hours’ drive from Seminyak.

Location: Ambengan, Sukasada, Kabupaten, Buleleng, Bali-81161, Indonesia

Best Time to Visit:  7am- 5pm

Melanting Waterfall

Located in the picturesque surroundings of the Munduk village, Melanting and Munduk are twin waterfalls in Bali that are the two main attractions of the place. The place attracts tourists round the year due to its pleasant climate and idyllic beauty.  

If you are a trek buff, don’t miss the opportunity to travel up to the Melanting waterfall amidst the unparalleled flora of the region. If you are visiting the place during summer, a splash in the pool down the waterfall is all you need to relax your strained nerves.

Height of the waterfall: 20 metres

How to reach: From Seminyak to Ubud it is about 2 hours’ drive to Munduk.

Location: Jl Raya, Desa, Munduk, Banjar, Kabupaten, Buleleng, Bali 81152, Indonesia

Best Time to Visit: Round the clock

Banyumala Twin Waterfalls

One of the more secluded from all the waterfalls in Bali, Banyumala Twin Waterfalls edge on the Lake Buyan. The dirt trail leading to the falls is unexplored and untouched. The waterfalls themselves look like sheer curtains crashing down the brown rocks surrounded by lush foliage and trees.

There is a rock pool at the bottom, which is perfect to take a cool relaxing dip. Or you can just spend time besides the waters and breathe in the fresh and cool air heavy with tropical fragrances.

Height of Waterfall: 40 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Wanagiri, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 12.6 kilometres from Munduk.


Nungnung waterfall

While speaking about the most magnificent waterfalls in Bali, the Nungnung Waterfall makes its presence felt vociferously amidst the central highlands of Bali.

To reach the bottom of the waterfall, you may need to challenge your guts for walking 509 steps downhill. But it will be worth your try as you witness the rolling paddy fields, numerous cascades, plantations and the enchanting scenic beauty of the region. The bonus of the trip is the scenic marvel of the waterfall crashing down ceaselessly on the boulders at the bottom producing thunderous sound.

Height of the waterfall: 70 metres approximately

How to reach: The best option is to hire a bike and travel from Seminyak to your destination in just 2 hours.

Location: Belok/ Sidan, Petang, Badung Regency, Bali

Best Time to Visit: 9 am- 4 pm

Blahmantung Waterfalls

The breath-taking collection of three cascades sited amidst coffee plantations and rainforests is popularly known as the Pupuan Waterfall.

A serene quarter away from the din and bustle of a metropolis, interplay of rainbow colours in the cascading water against sunlight, unpolluted air with a mild aroma of coffee and a stimulating dip in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall make this place a relaxing respite for vacationers. At Blahmantung, two cascades reside adjacent to each other while the third amidst a dense forest much away from the public gaze.

Height of the waterfall: 100 metres

How to reach: It takes about 2½ hours from Seminyak to reach Tabanan. One has to walk a few miles to reach the spot.

Location: Pujungan, Pupuan, Tabanan Regency, Bali- 82163

Best Time to Visit: Round the clock

Pengempu Waterfall

This is one of Bali’s hidden waterfalls that take one away from the bustle and noise of the city. Admiring this tall cascade of water standing amidst the secluded rocky alcove is a surreal feeling.

The waters empty into the nearby Yeh Penet River, the banks of which offer great vantage points to just sit back and relax amidst the wonders of nature. Explore a hidden cave and its narrow dusky alleys just near the waterfall. Definitely a must-visit amongst all the waterfalls in Bali.

Height of Waterfall: 20 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Seribupati, Cau Belayu, Marga, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali

How to Reach: It is located around 17 kilometres from Tabanan Regency.


Kroya Waterfall

Kroya is arguably the best waterfall in Bali and a paradise for adrenaline junkies. The uniqueness of the waterfall lies in its transcendental natural beauty and a safe water park to enjoy swimming and other water adventures.

Sparkling water plummeting down a medium-sized rocky crevice forming a kaleidoscopic water slide amidst a verdant milieu offers can give you the best ever experience of a lifetime.  It is a roller-coaster experience to dive 5 metres deep into the blue lagoon at the foot of the waterfall.

Height of the waterfall: 12 metres

How to reach: It is 3 hours’ drive from Seminyak. It is about 5 minutes’ walk from the Aling Aling Waterfall.

Location: Jl Raya Desa Sambangan, Sambangan, Sukasada, Kabupaten, Buleleng, Bali-81161, Indonesia

Best Time to Visit: 9 am to 6 pm

Air Terjun Nungnung Waterfall

Difficult tracks reveal the most magnificent views. That holds so true for this wonder of a waterfall, one of the tallest in Bali. To reach these massive reverberating columns throwing thousands of gallons of water per second, you need to descend through a 500-step walkway.

Once there, you are rewarded with a picture-postcard like views of lush greenery framing the foamy white waters. Delve in the tranquillity of the place broken only by the sounds of the gushing waters and chirping of birds.

Height of Waterfall: 50 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Raya Pura Pucak Mangu Pelaga, Petang

How to Reach: It is located around 10 kilometres from Ubud.


Niagra Munduk, Buleleng

North Bali has been popularized as a holiday destination for being home to some of the most enthralling waterfalls of the world. Niagra Munduk is one such natural wonder which is hunted by the travel buffs for its adventure tourism on the up.  

On your way to the cataract through the clove and coffee plantations, you can feast your eyes with the alluring beauty of unspoilt nature. The aroma of coffee will tempt your olfactory nerves to enjoy sipping a cup of infusion. Niagra Munduk is a natural spa which is known for curing various types of skin problems due to high sulphur content in its water.  

Height of the waterfall: 200 metres above sea level

How to reach: From Denpasar, it’s a 2 hours’ drive to reach the location.

Location: Ji. Kayu Putih Munduk, Munduk, Banjar, Buleleng, Bali-81152, Indonesia

Best Time to Visit: 6am- 6pm

Dusun Kuning Waterfall

Also known as the Yellow Waterfall, is one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Bali. The walk to the waterfalls itself is a great experience of a hike in the wilderness of dense tropical forests traversing through stone steps and plenty of small waterfalls.

Upon reaching the falls, you are treated to an amazing view of the pristine white waters glowing with the golden sun rays amidst mossy greens. There is a rock pool perfect for a leisurely swim and for soaking in the warm tropical sun.

Height of Waterfall
: 25 metres

Best Time to visit:
February to April

Taman Bali, Bangli Sub-District, Bangi Regency, Bali.

How to Reach
: It is located around 3 kilometres from Bangli.


Goa Rang Reng

This waterfall, unlike other falls, flows on a flat gradient of 90-degrees, thereby lending it a very distinctive appearance amongst all Bali Waterfalls. It’s a beautiful sight to see the gushing cascade of water flowing over sharp rocks surrounded by tropical vegetation.

Goa Rang Reng’s waters are considered to be sacred and good for spiritual cleansing according to the ancient Balinese traditions. It is one of the few waterfalls in Ballito has a nearby hidden cave that can be explored with a guide.

Height of Waterfall:
Goa Rang Reng flows horizontally instead of falling from a height.

Best Time to visit:
February to April

Banjar Gitgit, Bakbakan Village, Gianyar, Bali.

How to Reach:
It is located around 12 kilometres from Ubud.


Juwuk Manis Waterfall

While this waterfall is not massive like the other Bali waterfalls, it is one of the few located in the eastern part of Bali. These two small waterfalls located side by side are reachable after a kilometre long and slightly difficult hike through dense plantations of coffee and cloves.

There is a plunge pool at the bottom, which is great for a relaxing swim amidst the cascading waters and the crisp fresh air. There is an ancient temple located just adjacent to the falls, which adds to the tranquillity of the place. 

Height of Waterfall: 5 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Manggis Sari, Pekutatan

How to Reach: It is located around 51 kilometres from Singaraja


Kanto Lampo Waterfall

An easy walk amidst lush rice paddies takes you to this beautiful waterfall, which is an enclave of serenity and peace. One can feel close to nature while spending some quiet time surrounded by the sounds of gushing waters and the wind softly rustling the leaves of the dense forests.

The waters here cascade down a series of steps like formations into the stream. This stream has various points where you can click panoramic pictures of the waterfall and take a dip in the cool waters.

Height of Waterfall: 15 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Beng, Gianyar, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 11 kilometres from Ubud.


Melasti Waterfall

Melasti waterfall, a beachside waterfall located right on the Melasti Beach, is one of the most magnificent waterfalls in Bali. It is a breathtaking sight to see the tall waterfall cascade down the limestone rocks into the white sands of the beach especially during the golden hues of the sunset hours.

This waterfall is seasonal and is best visited during the rainy season to admire it in its full natural splendour.

Height of Waterfall: 100 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Melasti Beach, No. 8, Gg. VIII, Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 11 kilometres from Kuta.


Munduk and Melanting waterfalls

These two waterfalls are amongst the most popular scenic landmarks in Bali. Reachable after a short hike that takes one through the tranquil forests, Munduk Waterfall is the first one to appear in all its splendour.

Melanting Waterfall is a short hike away from Munduk and is as amazing. Both are surrounded by coffee, vanilla, and clove plantations and have rock pools for a dip in the cool waters.
This is amongst the few waterfalls in Ballito be considered as sacred. The waters contain sulphur, which has healing properties for the body and mind.

Height of Waterfall: 15 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Jalan Kayu Putih, Mumduk, Banjar, Buleleng, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 8 kilometres from Munduk.


Peguyangan Waterfall

More then a waterfall, Peguyangan is an assortment of small spring-like streams near a sacred Balinese temple located on the famous Nusa Penida beach. The blue-stairs walkway that takes one to the springs is a popular attraction in itself.

Locally known as the ‘Blue Stairway to Heaven’ it is an immensely picturesque series of around 700 tiny steps which lead to the pristine beachside.You can spot huge manta rays in the clear waters from the stairs along with vast panoramic views of the vast ocean.

Height of Waterfall: It is located at the sea level of the Nusa Penida beach.

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Nusa Penida, Batu Kandik, Kabupaten Klungkung, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 36 kilometres from Denpasar


Tibumana Waterfall

One of the hidden waterfalls in Bali, Tibumana falls are the place to go when you want to spend time amidst the sounds of nature- roaring water, chirping birds, and winds rustling the leaves of trees.

Not visited by too many people, if you visit here in the early morning hours, you can even have the whole wilderness to yourself. The plunge pool is sandy, perfect for a cool swim to let you escape the tropical humidity. There is a nearby cave, which should be visited only with a guide.

Height of Waterfall: 5 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Desa Apuan, Susut, Kabupaten, Bangli, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 15 kilometres from Ubud.


Yeh Ho Waterfall

Located amidst the lush Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in Tabanan, Yeh Ho Waterfall is famously known as Jatiluwih Waterfall.

The falls though are not very tall but are an attractive sight of milky white waters landscaped by hues of green and contrasting black-brown rocks. The air is fresh and rich with natural fragrances. There is a shallow pool at the bottom of the waterfall, great for a refreshing swim after the hike.

Height of Waterfall: 3 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Tabanan Jalan Gunungsari, Jatiluwih, Senganan, Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 12 kilometres from Penebel.


Yeh Mampeh Waterfall

Yeh Mampeh translates to ‘flying waters’. This is one of the tallest waterfalls in Bali and is amongst the most visited places here. Reachable after a short hike, these waterfalls are a striking sight to see.

They are of a massive height and fill the surrounding rocks with echoes of rushing waters. The place offers plenty of interesting things to do around. You can swim in the plunge pool, explore the hidden caves, or just simply soak in the fantastic ambience and views.

Height of Waterfall: 30 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Buleleng, Les, Tejakula, Kabupaten, Bali

How to Reach: It is located around 38 kilometres from Kintamani.


Leke Leke waterfall

One of the most popular waterfalls in Bali, it is also commonly referred to as Kipu Kebo Waterfall. A traditional Balinese hut-like entrance marks the entry to these waterfalls distinctively. To reach the falls, one needs to cross a charming suspension bridge made of bamboo and a dirt trail.

Considered to have sacred waters, the falling water looks like a narrow spool of shimmering silver. There is a huge rock right in the middle of the pool that offers wonderful picture opportunities. Travellers can also indulge in activities like cycling, night camping, and tubing in the vicinity of the waterfall.
Height of Waterfall: 15 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Height of Waterfall:  15 Meter

Location: Tabanan Antapan, Baturiti, Tabanan Regency, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 37 kilometres from Ubud


Les waterfall

Located in the charming and quaint Les hamlet, Les Waterfall is an untouched natural landmark. They are reachable after a short kilometre-long walk through the village.

Since it's still, not a tourist destination, one can expect to spend a few moments in solace amidst the surroundings of hills, lush foliage, and the soothing sounds of the waters. The views of the milky white waters gushing on the stair-like rocks are absolutely magnificent. Spend time relaxing in the plunge pool or simply just observe the scenery around.

Height of Waterfall: 30 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Desa Les, Near Tejakula, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 8 kilometres from Tejakula


Sambangan Secret Garden Waterfall

As the name suggests the place is a hidden natural treasure where you will see not one but a series of four waterfalls. The falls are located on a plateau sitting around 1000 metres above the sea level. Perfect for adventure seekers, the place offers options to take a 15-metre cliff jump!

 The highest waterfall i.e. Aling Aling is around 35 meters, the others being much smaller. There are tranquil plunge pools for a dip in the cool waters.

Height of Waterfall: The highest waterfall here is around 35 metres.

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Raya Desa

How to Reach: It is located around 8 kilometres from Singaraja.



Lemukih Waterfall

The Lemukih Waterfalls are amongst the most unique falls in Bali since they are a series of not one but three falls.

The tallest waterfall has a sandy plunge pool beneath it, which is a perfect place to take you away from the heat of the tropics. The waterfall is reachable by walking through a stream surrounded by rich, dense forests.

Height of Waterfall: The height of the 4 falls varies between 2-4 metres.

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Raya Bedugul- Singaraja, Gitgit, Sukasada, KabupatenBuleleng, Bali

How to Reach: It is located around 23 kilometres from Singaraja


Bhuana Sari Waterfall

Bhuana Sari Waterfall is the second in the set of the Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall. It offers an incredible sight of multiple small water streams gushing down the rock faces into a narrow creek.

The beauty of the falls lies in the fact that all the streams are located at different heights and angles from each other. This natural aberration lends the place a very distinctive natural allure. Various exotic Balinese flowers, shrubs, and trees surround the rocks, lending it a beautiful appearance.

Height of Waterfall: 40 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Jalan Buana Sari, Desa Wanagiri, Kabupaten Buleleng.

How to Reach: It is located around 17 kilometres from Singaraja.


Desa Musi

Another one of Bali’s hidden natural treasures, Desa Musi is a secluded and pristine waterfall. So much so that it is impossible to find a place on your own without the help of the locals.

Once you reach there, you are treated to powerful streams of water rushing down bright orange-brown rocks. The many levels of these falls offer options to indulge in exciting cliff jumping. The only sounds to be heard are that of nature and the wilderness.

Height of Waterfall: 5 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Gerokgak, Bali. One needs to be accompanied by the locals to find this waterfall.

How to Reach: It is located around 17 kilometres from Pemuteran.


Pucak Manik

A trio of three powerful streams of water gushing down is what makes the Pucak Manik Waterfalls unique. Surrounded by tropical fragrances from tangerine, spices, and coffee plantations, one needs to take a fairly easy hike to reach the waterfalls.

You will cross a quaint bamboo bridge, which is a picturesque sight in itself, on the way to reach the alcove. Chilled waters of the plunge pool offer a great way to calm down and relax. If not a swim, you can simply spend time sitting atop the rocks to admire the natural beauty of the place.

Height of Waterfall: 25 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Wanagiri, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali.

How to Reach: It is located around 28 kilometres from Singaraja.


Seganing Waterfall

The Seganing Waterfalls are more known for the dramatic and tough hike that leads one to them. It is an almost vertical climb on the edge of the limestone rocks, which at some places gets as narrow as 15 inches.

The ‘waterfall’ is more a tiny freshwater stream with a small pool that gives one a respite from the tropical humidity. The fall looks out into vast expanses of striking blue waters and white sandy beaches meeting the clear blue skies.

Height: The waterfall is located at sea-level.

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Bunga Mekar, Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency, Bali.

Distance from nearest City: It is located around 13 kilometres from Nusa Penida


Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall

One of the most popular Bali waterfalls, Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall looks like a silvery white cluster of threads spread over the dark rocks. The falls are surrounded by vivid flowers and lush foliage, lending it an even more striking appearance.

The waters are considered to have healing properties due to their sulphur content and are revered by the local Balinese people. The path that takes you to the falls is stony and surrounded by dense forests and coffee plantations.

Height of Waterfall: 25 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: JI. Bhuana Sari, Desa Wanagiri, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali

How to Reach: It is located around 17 kilometres from Singaraja.


Carat Waterfal

Carat Waterfall, actually a couple of falls, is one of the most sacred places in Bali. Not only are they amongst the tallestBali waterfalls, but also is one of the most striking. The falls take their name from ‘carat’, which means jug-shaped in Balinese.

 The track leading to the falls is challenging and traverses through rice paddies, coffee plantations, and some shaky wooden bridges. There are also interesting legends floating around about these falls being haunted, which attract tourists from all over the place.

Height of Waterfall: 100 metres

Best Time to visit: February to April

Location: Bon Tohing, Kubu Tambahan

How to Reach: It is located around 21 kilometres from Singaraja.

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  1. What are the best waterfalls in Bali for couples?

    1. Tegenungan Waterfall: Ironically to how popular it is, Tegenungan Waterfall is a waterfall hidden in the greenery of Bali. You can visit this waterfall to enjoy a serene time while taking a dip in the huge pool made under the fall.

    2. Tukad Cepung Waterfall:
    The unmatchable waterfall, Tukad Cepung Waterfall is one of a kind fall where water is falling off a huge rock cliff which curves to make an escape under it. Although there is no pool, you surely can take a shower under it.

    3. Git-Git Waterfall:
    Git-Git Waterfall is hidden amidst the exotic flora of Bali which is accessible after a short trek into the wild. This trek makes it extra special as it is no less than a refreshing nature walk.

    4. Aling-Aling Waterfall:
    Defining the meaning of hidden, Aling-Aling Waterfall is situated amidst a narrow rock cliff which makes it an immensely romantic sight to explore with your better half.
  2. What are the best waterfalls in Bali to go with families?

    1. Sing Sing Waterfall: Sing Sing Waterfall makes a decent pool under it and also the amount of water isn’t massive which makes it perfect for the kids.
    2. Jembong Waterfall: Falling off a number of cliffs, Jembong Waterfall is a treat to the eyes and perfect for a background. You must take your kids to the place so that they have one of the best backgrounds in their Bali pictures to cherish in their coming days.
    3. Blahmantung Waterfalls: Blahmantung Waterfalls is falling off a rock cliff covered with lush greenery which looks amazing. But that is not the reason to take your kids there. The reason is that the waterfall has enough plain surface in its foreground where you can leave your kids to play and run.
    4. Melasti Waterfall: Take your kids to Melasti Beach and boom, there is this waterfall increasing the beauty of this pristine beach where your kids can also enjoy other beach and water activities.