Tegenungan, The Hidden Waterfall

tegenungan waterfall

Visitor increased to Bali especially in Gianyar, weak up the tourism activates to develop many kind of attractions as tourism consumption needed, foreign tourist mainly. To anticipates this, so at Tegenungan waterfall has been provided buggy jumping. That an attraction that the tourist jumping from 50 meters high. But it was not operated anymore, only the Waterfall left. Read More

Munduk or Melanting Waterfall

Munduk or Melanting Waterfalls approximately 25 meters high is located in the middle of the coffee and clove forest in the end east of Munduk village district of Banjar  ± 42 km south of Singaraja City and about 1.45 hours drive from Denpasar. Splashing water and the sound of small birds and grasshoppers combined with its remote naturally atmosphere gives the impression to visitors. Munduk Waterfall and Tamblingan Lake also rich in other potential such as coffee plantations and clove and fruit crops like citrus and flower plantations, rice fields, this exotic place is favorite destination to the tourists who love trekking. With only rp 3000 for adult and rp 1500 for children entrance fee, you will freely to enjoy the naturally atmosphere here at Munduk Waterfall. Read More

Gitgit Highest Waterfall

Gitgit Waterfall

This Waterfall located in the Gitgit Village, District of Sukasada. From the Singaraja city located 11 km to the south toward the Village Pancasari and Bedugul, and about 70km to the north from Denpasar. With ± 50 meters  high, has a beautiful panoramic view and in the cool air environment. Walk down passing the parking place of Gitgit, some local youths who were organized by a local custom village to offer services to take the tourists to tour this beautiful waterfall. Besides the crashing sound of the waterfall and chirping birds, clove and coffee plantations, “as well bamboo plants along the road to the waterfall, a peaceful and natural atmosphere. How many Waterfall  you have visited during your tour to Gitgit Village area? As long as we know,   Read More