Top 10 waterfalls in Bali

This list includes the best & hidden waterfalls for your trip to Bali

Jenna Silver


Bali is known for having some of the most beautiful waterfalls. With so many around the island, it can be overwhelming to know which ones are worth visiting. The popular waterfalls are often crowded with lines for photos, so this list includes the best waterfalls in Bali, including some hidden gems:

1. Leke Leke Waterfall

One of the prettiest waterfalls in Bali is where you can go for a swim or relax in the area. There is a lot of forest surrounding the waterfall and the track to get here is also stunning. Can get a bit busier later during the day.

2. Banyumala Waterfall

Beautiful waterfall with various streams where you can take a dip in the natural pool water. The area is beautiful, there is also a bamboo bridge you can walk over. The track down takes 20 minutes and includes stairs.

3. Goa Raja Waterfall

This is a hidden gem and not visited by many tourist yet, the track to the waterfall is stunning and the area includes a natural pool, two waterfalls and outdoor showers. It’s perfect if you’re looking to visit a less explored waterfall with diverse natural sights.

4. Suwat Waterfall

This is a lovely waterfall in a local area with bamboo rafts and paddles making it a lot of fun to float around. The track to the waterfall is only 5 minutes making it easily accessible.

5. Gitgit Waterfall

This area includes two stunning waterfalls, Git Git waterfall and the Twin waterfall which was my favorite in the area. The area is surrounded by jungle and the track to the waterfall is lovely. These waterfalls also tend to not get busy.

6. Aling-Aling Waterfall

The most adventurous waterfall of all as there are many waterfalls and activities in one location. Have a local guide take you to all 4 waterfalls which are all different to each other. You can also do cliff jumping and water sliding here.

7. Nungnung Waterfall

Most powerful waterfall in Bali, absolutely breathtaking sight and lush forestation. This waterfall is not visited by many people and also requires a hike of 500 stairs.

8. Gembleng Waterfall

Gembling Waterfall is a unique waterfall with two natural pools with stunning views in which you can relax. The area is peaceful and quite, the path up hill to the waterfall is well maintained and easy to get to.

9. Taman Beji Griya Waterfall

The waterfall here is breathtaking and the area itself is truly magical. You can participate in a water ceremony here where locals will guide you around the area in which you will see statues, rivers and the waterfall.

10. Kanto Lampo Waterfall

Popular waterfall in Ubud with scenic water streams and perfect for a short visit. The staff here will help you get the best photos and videos, they even help think of poses.

For more waterfall options, plannings and hidden gems for your trip around Bali, check out my itineraries .

If you’re looking for something specific that you haven’t found in the guide yet, I would be more than happy to help with a personalized itinerary to plan your Bali vacation.