Waterfalls


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Sekumpal Waterfall

Sekumpul Waterfall, located in the village of Sekumpul, is touted as the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. To see it up close requires a little bit of effort though, so this is one for dedicated adventurers. It’s a tough trek, but totally worth it. Sekumpul Waterfall is often best enjoyed from a distance so that you can see it in all its glory. You see, Sekumpul Waterfall is actually made up of seven different falls, all reaching different dizzying heights into the treetops, and each spilling varying amounts of water.

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Aling Aling waterfall

Hey, adrenaline junkies – how does sliding down a thirty-five-metre waterfall sound? Yep, pretty awesome. Well, you can find this natural water slide at Aling-Aling Waterfall, located in Sambangan village. With its inviting, crystal clear plunge pool and shower-like spray, you’ll want to pack your bikini for this one. The waterfall falls from a steep cliff and is surrounded by lush jungle, so it’s just as beautiful if you simply want to admire from a distance. The journey to get there can be a little tiresome, with treks across rice fields and up and down many steps, however, you won’t be complaining when you reach this magical oasis.

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Fiji waterfall

Fiji waterfalls also known as Triple waterfall or Lemukih waterfall, Lemukih Waterfall is very unique because it consists of three waterfalls. Waterfall on the far right is the most high, with a height of about 50 meters. The highest waterfall is accompanied by two small waterfall on the left side. Under the highest waterfall, there is a pool that is wide enough and you can swim there.