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All reviews local guide great fun entry fee per person the cliff tour guide an amazing experience steep stairs adrenaline rush short hike beautiful hike natural waterslide ticket office an adventure a lot of fun long drive take your time
This was one of my stops while I was riding around on my scooter , chasing all the waterfalls in Bali.
If you simply want to look around and see the waterfalls it’s 20,000 IDR , if you want to go swimming and cliff jumping,...More
This was our first trip out of Ubud. Their price to get in is steep - 250,000 for one person if you take a guided tour of 3-4 hours. Nice young guide. The views from the rice files are stunning - you can see sangaraja...More
If you are traveling from the Seminyak area, then it’s about a 3-hour drive through the mountains which have great views if it is clear, you will even see monkeys by the side of the road. There is also a Temple by the lakes (Ulun...More
It is a crap !! You must pay 125000rps to go there with a guide and you can swim and jump (not very interesting) or you can just pay 20000rps to go there by your own (5min walking easily) BUT they won’t let you swim...More
We had an amazing time here. The scenery is beautiful,the water is fresh and cold and you should defenitly pay extra for the all included ticket with wateractivities, let me tell you the 15m jump will give you a rush.And we got this really cool...More
I visited the Aling Aling waterfall with 2 friends as part of an organised tour booked via our hostel in Lovina and we were all very very pleased we decided to visit this particular waterfall.
The best way to get there is by taxi or...More
The waterfalls are beautiful, and the water is not too cold, if you want to go for a swim. However, you are only allowed to go in the water if you pay for a guide. It's IDR 125.000 per person but it's all a scam!...More
once you reach the sambangan village you will find a small tourist information desk. They will give options. waterfall is just 10 to 15 minutes walk. If you fancy waterfall sliding and jumping ( must do) you need to hire a... More
once you reach the sambangan village you will find a small tourist information desk. They will give options. waterfall is just 10 to 15 minutes walk. If you fancy waterfall sliding and jumping ( must do) you need to hire a guide from the tourist desk
Response from PhotographerCraig | Reviewed this property |
Apologies that I did not see your queation earlier. Yes there is still plenty of water at all the waterfalls across northern Bali - Sambangan, Gitgit, Lemukih. Go in the mornings. Sometimes still raining in the afternoons.