3 Bali Waterfalls That Rarely Gets Visited By Tourists

Bali, Indonesia is known all over the world as the best tourist destination. With its beaches, landmarks, and resorts, who wouldn’t want to take it easy and relax? If you’re not a beach person, you may like visiting the multitude of temples.

Besides these famous tourist attractions in Bali, Indonesia, did you know that there are hidden attractions in the island that rarely get visited? Yes, there are some amazing spots in Bali that don’t get many visits from tourists. Included on this list are some of the best waterfalls on the island.

Curious to know some of these waterfalls? Here they are.

Venture out to see seven falls: The Sekumpul Waterfalls

If you’re the adventurous one, here’s your opportunity to give yourself another thrill ride: the Sekumpul Waterfalls. It’s not entirely unknown, but its inaccessibility keeps it hidden from most.

Getting there can be a bit challenging and you must overcome a lot of obstacles just to reach your goal of getting there. You can ask the locals to get you there – you just have to pay a small amount. They’ll take you up until the end of a road and from there, you can walk the remaining distance.

Once there, you’ll not only see one, but seven separate falls!

Climbing up 500 steps: Nungnung Waterfall

900 meters above sea level, situated in a small village in the middle of practically nowhere, Nungnung Waterfall is waiting for you. Listen to the sound of water cascading down 50 meters in a majestic pool. Sounds delighting? It is!

However, getting there is a challenge. You have to climb 500 steps just to get there. But the rewards are waiting to be claimed after that last step – it’s worth the climb!

The Twins: Aling-Aling Waterfalls

Situated just 11km from Singaraja City and around 80km from Denpasar is Aling-Aling falls. It’s called ‘twin falls’ because it’s split at the top, leaving two streams of water that flow down at different speeds. However, the most unique feature about this place is that the falls have been turned into a natural water slide!

These are just some of the things to do and see in Bali, Indonesia. Don’t limit your stay here at the mainstream tourist sites. Instead, explore the rarely visited spots as well and have yourself an adventure!

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