Bali is not only about beaches and sunset. Some of Bali’s most stunning natural attractions are waterfalls. An authentic Bali experience won’t be complete without a tour of the exotic landscapes and cascading waterfalls, most of them are away from the tourist center of south Bali, but they are worth seeing. If you have plan to explore the waterfalls, make sure you wear sports shoes, sunglasses and sunscreen lotion, and don’t forget to pack your towel and changing clothes.
Tegenungan is considered the closest natural attraction of its kind that you can reach within only a 30-minute drive from downtown Ubud, making it the most frequently visited waterfall in Bali. As you walk down the trail and away from the shops, you’ll be greeted by million views of the green surrounding, with the cascading water around the cliff. The waterfall is framed by dense of leaf, and the volume of the water is similar around the year, but it could be bigger during the wet season.
The Kanto Lampo Waterfall was created after the Kanto Lampo river region was hit by an avalanche. This waterfall is in the Kelod Kangin hamlet, Beng village in Gianyar, Bali.The water that now flows over the rocky cliff which was previously used for irrigation of farmlands. The cliff above is an irrigation channel but the water now gushes endlessly over the cliff.
Tibumana waterfall is a beautiful hidden paradise and it is located in Bangli Regency. It is surrounded by green valley with fresh air so this waterfall is a serene spot for all those who want to enjoy the forest atmosphere.
Tukad Cepung Waterfall still remains as the best virgin waterfall of Bali. A few hundred stairs down the cliff is worth the effort once we arrive at the destination. The circular cliff give you the feeling of being in a cave, while the open sky right from where the waterfall emerges, gives you the most enchanting view.