Banyumala Waterfall is one of the beautiful waterfalls hidden away in rural area of Buleleng that shouldn’t be missed as it is truly a beautiful gift from nature. The sight of this beauty of nature is awe-inspiring as you watch the water rush against the steep cascading rocks. The natural pool is inviting with its translucent turquoise waters. It’s fresh cool and clean, perfectly safe to swim in.
Bathe in tranquility, listen to the thunderous roar of cascading waters and take in the sights of the vibrant greenery. It’s absolutely perfect for a quiet and peaceful afternoon in the arms of Mother Nature. There are some resting area where you can get a panoramic view of the waterfall.
In addition, the local people still maintain the nature of the surrounding area including the path to access the waterfall, so you will feel so adventurous.
The Fact About Banyumala Waterfall
- Admission is IDR 30.000 / Person (update 11 Aug 2019)
- You don’t need a guide because from the parking area to the way to the waterfall is easy to find. It take about 20 minutes hiking from the car park to get to the base of the waterfall.
- Changing rooms are available near waterfall.
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What The Travelers Said
“When you feel so small – definitely one of the best waterfalls we have come across”@beccmcdonaldd
“One of my favorite things about North Bali is how quickly the weather can change. When we got here it was extremely sunny then 20 minutes later there was fog rolling in. You never know what to expect” @alexrobyyy
“I’ve never seen a place with so many waterfalls before! Of the 10 we have seen so far, this is definitely my favorite one” mlbourne
“Catching that last light at one of the best waterfalls I’ve ever seen! 😍 The north of Bali is just perfect for chasing waterfalls. They’re all so impressive and I wish I would have came here earlier. Better late than never, right? I couldn’t even count all the waterfalls I’ve seen today. @micaelashalane and pink flamingo for scale” @travel_fred