Nusa Penida

The Hidden Waterfalls in Bali

When you are visiting Bali, you really need to explore the whole island and find the hidden waterfalls in Bali. There are two popular waterfalls in Bali and they become the favorite of tourists due to their beauty along with the difficulty to reach the main place. Here we will show you how pretty Banyumala Waterfall and Peguyangan Waterfall as another destination to escape from the crowds in the city.

Banyumala Waterfall

It can be touted that Banyumala Waterfall is one of the most beautiful hidden waterfalls in Bali. It is huge, wild, beautiful, and not many people come here. It feels like you could have it all for yourself. Located around Munduk district, it is not just a waterfall.

How to reach the waterfall

According to the things to bring to Bali, you will need to bring convenient clothes and so on. This will help you a lot when you need to reach a remote area. In order to reach the waterfall, you need to walk for about 15 minutes from the car park. Other than that, you need to pass a series of stairs that could become so slippery after the rain came down.

The entrance fee

Once you have reached the waterfall, you will see various stunning scenery down there. There are several spots where you can get a perfect picture of the waterfall and surroundings. You will need to pay for IDR 20,000 for the entrance and if you bring your own scooter then you need to add an extra IDR 2,000 for the parking fee. [MAP]

Peguyangan Waterfall

Peguyangan Waterfall is located in the southeast coast of Nusa Penida. You need to take a walk by using the blue stairway to reach the waterfall. Other than that, this waterfall is sitting beautifully at the bottom of some epic cliffs. You definitely need to ride your scooter to reach this place.

How to reach the waterfall

As we have mentioned earlier, you need to take the blue stairway to reach the waterfall. You may spend about 20 minutes of walking. It is going to be a nice cardio workout for sure.

The entrance fee

You may expect to pay IDR 5,000 for the parking lot. Local guys will offer sarong rental for IDR 10,000 considering there is a sacred temple down there. Still, you can wear it or not but you better just take a sarong and move on with your next activity. And this is anything you need to know about the hidden waterfalls in Bali. [MAP]


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