Aside from beach hopping, waterfall hunting could be a new experience that you can try. There are many distinct waterfalls that you can visit in Bali. We promise this experience will be super fulfilling and something you should not miss. JOOi tour is ready to be your buddy to chase these beautiful waterfalls with our full day trip package. Here is the list of waterfalls that you can hunt with us.
This waterfall is a relatively recent attraction for visitors to the Bangli region; it offers the beauty and diversity of waterfalls, unlike any others, by being situated amid towering cliffs and having water so transparent that it seems to merge with the rock around it. Tukad Cepung Waterfall, also known as Cepung by the local Balinese residents, is widely considered to be the most picturesque of all Bali's waterfalls. Tukad in the Balinese language refers to rivers, and Cepung refers to flows; hence, "Tukad Cepung Waterfall" refers to the Cepung River flow. Those lucky enough to see the breathtaking Tukad Cepung Waterfall are always captivated. Because of its secure location among the rocks, this waterfall might be challenging to find. There are a couple of hundred steps down the cliff, but it's well worth it. The round cliffs make it seem like it was hidden within a cave. When sunlight hits the waterfall's reflective surface, an ethereal rainbow appears to be thrown directly at you.
Kuning waterfall or air terjun Kuning is another hidden but a must-visit waterfall in Bali located not that far from Tukad Cepung. This will be perfect to be your next destination for this waterfall-chasing journey. The treacherous route that leads to the waterfall is worth the effort since it offers the most breathtaking forest views. As you make your way up the stone carved steps, the forest around you will get more intense and full until you reach the top and are rewarded with a breathtaking panorama of the surrounding jungle and canyon. If you look close enough the gushing river will formed tons of small waterfalls cascade down the cliff. In addition to the waterfall, the excursion here was rewarded with the beautiful scenery of the surrounding forest.
It will take five to ten minutes to go up, and down steps carved out of stone on a short, winding path surrounded by trickling streams of water until you reach the waterfall from whence you descended the metal stairs. This is quite different than others in Bali since the water splits into little pools before entering the river. Once you have arrived at the waterfall, take some time to unwind and enjoy the calming sound of the falling water before beginning the trek back up again.
The last on our list is Tibumana waterfall. The Tibumana waterfall is a gorgeous waterfall situated in the town of Apuan in Bangli, near Ubud on the island of Bali. Approximately 5 meters is the height of the drop at the Tibumana waterfall. During the rainy season, Tibumana will have a second stream pouring down out of it, turning it into a dual waterfall. The fact that water is rushing down in such an excellent straight shape and there is a cave-like structure behind the waterfall contributes to the one-of-a-kind quality of this waterfall.
When you finally make it to the trail that will take you to the Tibumana waterfall, you will have to make your way through the greenest forest, providing you with an excellent chance to take in the unique flora of Bali. The descent to the waterfall, which takes around ten to fifteen minutes, is a breeze with the well-maintained stairs. Young children and older people should have no trouble with it. It is possible to make this trip while wearing flip-flops; however, we recommend bringing water shoes with you since the pebbles near the Tibumana pool may be sharp and slippery.
Blangsinga Waterfall is sited on Jl. Raya Blangsinga in Saba Village, Blahbatuh District, Gianyar Regency. As it is located halfway between Ubud and Denpasar, it is the most accessible tourist destination, since it just around 30 minutes to go from downtown Ubud and Denpasar. The trek to the waterfall is enjoyable because you will stroll down a rural road lined with verdant rice fields. The sound of water pouring from above is soothing and refreshing for those underneath, while th e sight and sound of water crashing on the rocks below seemed to have the power to completely dispel all of the weariness and worry that you have. Other than the splash of the waterfall, you may appreciate the luscious trees surrounding the waterfall's site. Blangsinga Waterfall features cold, pure water, which will be perfect for those of you who want to swim and enjoy the breeze. Don't forget to snap pictures with this waterfall scenery! Your shot will undoubtedly be remarkable.
With JOOi your waterfall chasing experience will be super easy and convenient. We will take care of everything, including your safety, since your safety is our main priority. Staying true to our motto of #JOOiMakesiteasy, you can experience all of this with $97 or Rp.1.400.000 for two persons until July 31th. Remember, enJOOi your vacation with JOOi Indonesia.