Bali island is genuinely blessed since it is not only surrounded by beautiful beaches and sacred temples but also many stunning waterfalls. You can get to the most waterfalls in Bali by paying a small fee at the entrance, where parking sites are mostly available. However, it is best to avoid exploring any waterfalls during the rainy season because the water-runs can be unsafe for visitors. Here is the list of best waterfalls in Bali that you should not have missed to dip yourself into the refreshing water.

Sekumpul Waterfall, Singaraja

If one does not sound good, how about getting to see seven different waterfalls in one location? It will definitely drive you crazy. Located in the North Central of Bali, you would need 2.5 hours ride from Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport to reach it. From the parking lot, although it still needs a bit of effort to walk along the interesting trek to see it closely, but Sekumpul waterfall Bali is really worth visiting as one of the best waterfalls in Bali.

Banyumala Twin Waterfall, North Bali

Located in the green valleys of Wanagiri, North Bali, Banyumala Twin Waterfall can be reached through the hard soil trek with bamboo railings. It needs around 15-30 minutes of trekking before you can see these stunning twin waterfalls in Bali, where you can soak in cool water on its shallow base.

Aling-Aling Waterfall, Sambangan

Located in the North Bali, you can reach Aling-Aling waterfall falling from a 35 meters (115 ft.) cliff, by walking across the rice fields and going a hundred steps down to the fall. If you are in the mood of a bit of adventure, try sliding down this natural waterfall towards a crystal clear pool for refreshing swimming.

Tukad Cepung Waterfall

This exotic cavern Tukad Cepung waterfall in Bangli, near Ubud, can be reached after passing through some fields and trekking down a little bit a hillside; it is also considered as one of the best waterfalls in Bali. Magical sunlight rays through a canopy would greet you in the midday with – if you’re lucky – rainbow in the mist.

Peguyangan Waterfall, Nusa Penida

Located in the far southern tip of Nusa Penida Island, Peguyangan waterfall Bali is one of the hardest waterfalls to reach. It might be suitable for an adventurous junkie, as you need to go down through the steep makeshift staircases along the side of a high cliff towards this cliffside waterfall.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan waterfall Ubud is one beautiful, and the best waterfalls in Bali nature lovers shouldn’t have missed when you’re around Ubud. The entrance access has been well built towards the massive flowing waterfall, with parking sites and some stalls selling souvenirs, snacks, and drinks.

Nungnung Waterfall

Located in Plaga Village, Petang, Badung, Nungnung waterfall Bali has hundreds of steep steps descending to the 50m (164 ft.) falls you can greet after passing through several wooden gazebos along the trek and crossing a small wooden bridge.