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All reviews local guide great fun cliff jumping per person entrance fee water activities life jackets nice walk slide down beautiful nature long drive dont forget an adventure visiting bali an amazing experience take pictures adrenaline rush
I do not know ? your brain? only 7 usd you say expensive really meets again with you human traveler backpaker that harms the world of tourism, you are very damaging to the image of the world of tourism. 7 usd for your insurance inside...More
I've been coming to these waterfalls for a few years.
Easy to ride to near the falls on your motorbike - especially from Lovina or Singaraga.
There's about 5 levels and each one is different. If you're thinking of jumping off the rocks or sliding...More
Great day throwing some gainers and backies into natural pools and waterfalls. Guide was for the first time in Bali friendly, knowledgable and value for money. However, the depth of the 10 (8) meter jump was exagerrated, with all of our feet hitting the bottom....More
I went to the Aling-Aling Waterfalls with a large group of friends while we were on holiday in Bali. We drove to the falls on motorbikes from Ubud, which took around 2.5-3 hours each way (we were probably slower than average because of our large...More
The walk to the waterfall and down all the stairs (no handrail in most places) was a bit challenging for me at my mature age, however I had wonderful help from Uda our guide. My friend did a small jump into the pool and crossed...More
We arrived about 10.45am. There are many different options for tours but each of them require you to take a guide.
We chose the 4 waterfalls which cost IDR 375 000 for 3 of us.
We had a short walk to the falls from the...More
We had a ball and it was definitely an experience that we qill remember. It is a tourist trap in that it is overpriced but that is Bali. Cheaper that waterbom and my boys and hubby enjoyed it much more
On arrival, you stop to pay and have a tour guide. I felt that it was important so that we knew where it was okay to jump. Our guide was very helpful and took many pictures for us with our phones. The walk down is...More
Taken to this great nature activity by a great driver and great guide. The water falls are magnificent and the swimming refreshing. They also have natural water slides down some of the smaller waterfalls and cliff face jumps of 2,3,5,10 and 15m. Good walk paths...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.