Bali Waterfalls and Natural Springs
Have a splashing time at Bali's waterfalls, from the Gitgit Falls, Blahmantung Falls, and Singsing Falls, to the cool pools of Yeh Sanih and the soothingly hot springs of Banjar. Soak up on refreshing jungle sights and smells at Bali's rich national parks.
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With a spectacular drop over 100m, this waterfall near Pupuan is simply amazing, especially during the rainy season. Do be prepared for a bit of a trek up a steep track which is also rough at times.
- Location: Pupuan
Located 10km to the south of Singaraja, the cascading Gitgit Waterfalls are not far from the main road.
A spectacular 40 metres of crystal clear water rushing headlong into a seemingly bottomless pool that tempts visitors with a tantalisingly refreshing swim.
But should you decide to succumb to the charms of the falls, beware; but not of any physical danger - local legend has it that couples who bath together at the lovely pools will eventually separate. Read More...
- Location: About 10 Km from Singaraja Town or about 70 Km from Denpasar in the north of Bali
Singsing 'Daybreak' Waterfall
The area immediately west of Lovina has a number of compelling attractions, one of which is the Daybreak Waterfall, or Air Terjun Singsing, 50km west of the middle of the Lovina beach strip. Although not huge, the waterfalls feature a pool underneath, which is great for swimming. During the wet season, the falls are spectacular, but may erratically be reduced to trickles in the dry season.
- Location: Lovina
Yeh Sanih Freshwater Springs
A spot well known for its waters are the pools of Yeh Sanih. The attractions here are freshwater springs channelled into clean and tempting swimming pools, amid charming garden surroundings.
- Opening Hours: 08:00 - 18:00
- Location: About 17 kilometres from Singaraja, north of Bali