5 Instagrammable Waterfalls for an Unforgettable Tour in Bali

When traveling to Bali, tourists usually prefer to visit the beach, rice fields, or temples, right? However, did you know that Bali also has another natural attraction that is a pity to miss, namely waterfalls? Like other natural attractions in Bali, there are many waterfalls in Bali  that have an incomparable charm of beauty so they are suitable for you to capture through photos and posts on social media. Well, we have 5 recommendations for instagramable waterfalls in Bali!

Waterfall in Bali

1. Banyumala Twin Waterfall

This waterfall, which is located in Wanagiri Village, Buleleng Regency, is special because it has 3 waterfall formations, where the right and left have small streams and the largest is in the middle. There is a natural pool underneath which is safe for swimming. The charm of natural beauty offered by the Banyumala Twin Waterfalls will certainly be very interesting content to beautify your Instagram feed. Come and see for yourself!

banyumala waterfall

2. Tukad Cepung Waterfall

There is one thing that makes Tukad Cepung Waterfall different from other waterfalls, namely its location in a cave. Located on Jalan Tembuku in Bangli Regency, this waterfall can be reached after doing exciting trekking for approximately 20 minutes through shady and beautiful trees. Arriving there, the route is through a path marked by a thin stream of water before finally being greeted by a 15-meter-high waterfall shaped like a glowing curtain. Besides the waterfall, there is a huge rock covered in moss which is very instagramable to pose on it!
tukad cepung waterfall


3. Leke Leke Waterfall

Its location away from the hustle and bustle of civilization makes this waterfall suitable for tourists who crave a vacation full of tranquility. Leke Leke Waterfall is located in Mekarsari Village, Baturiti District, Tabanan Regency. During the 20-minute trekking trip from the entrance to the waterfall, you will be presented with natural views that spoil the eye plus several bamboo bridges and unique spots such as bird cages that can be used to take pictures. When you arrive at Leke Leke Waterfall, you will be greeted with cool mountain air. In front of the waterfall, there is a large rock that you can climb and beside it, there is a small cave that can be used as a photo background.


leke-leke waterfall


4. Nungnung Waterfall

Even though it has been visited by many tourists, the beauty of Nungnung Waterfall is still well maintained. With a height of 50 meters, this waterfall is often referred to as one of the highest in Bali. In addition to the green natural scenery that you can find here, the weather is also relatively cool because it is located as high as 900 meters above sea level. The water discharge is also very high, making the splashes can be enjoyed by visitors who want to get closer to the flow of the falling water. Nungnung Waterfall is located in Banjar Nungnung Pelaga Village in Petang District, Badung Regency, approximately 45 kilometers from Denpasar.

nungnung waterfall


5. Sekumpul Waterfall

This one waterfall is called sekumpul because there are not one or two, but seven waterfalls in the area. So beautiful, right? Moreover, the green rock cliffs as high as 100 to 150 meters that surround the waterfall stream further add to its beauty. Tourists can also swim and even pose to take photos in the pool where the water current falls. To arrive at the location of the waterfall from the entrance, you have to trek as far as 300 meters through the forest and through a number of approximately 365 concrete steps built by the manager. Don't worry, in addition to the path with a beautiful view, the steps on the path are also equipped with sturdy handles, so you can be more comfortable when passing through. Don't forget to wear safe footwear too!

sekumpul waterfall

Those are the recommendations for five instagramable waterfalls in Bali for those of you who not only want a spoiled vacation but also to beautify your Instagram feed. If you are planning to travel to Bali, we would like to remind you to always obey the applicable health protocols such as washing your hands as often as possible, keeping your distance from other people, and wearing masks in public places. Don't forget to complete your vaccine with a booster for a more enjoyable holiday experience. Follow our social media channels on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok for the latest info on tourism and the creative economy in Indonesia!

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Last changed Sep 02 2022 at 1:33 PM o'clock

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