5 Exciting Nature Tourism in Bali Indonesia
Bali, is often called the Island of the Gods. The name arose not only because the population is dominated by Hindus who worship various gods but also because many tourist attractions offer beautiful panoramas. The various natural wonders that exist in Bali seem to interpret that long ago the gods stopped on the island of Bali.
Some of these natural charms are almost rarely visited by tourists. If you are interested in exploring various tourist attractions that many tourists have not visited, take advantage of a tour guide to help you reach the location. Some of the places below are a row of hidden paradises that you can find in Bali.
- Tukad Cepung Waterfall
Waterfall tourism is now on the rise. One of the spots that tourists must visit is Tukad Cepung Waterfall. If you are interested in exploring the waterfall, be prepared to climb to get to the destination. After passing the descent, look up and see the cliffs surrounding the waterfall with water flowing from the river above.
Although this place is still rarely visited by tourists, you can find many stalls around the waterfall that sell various food and drinks at affordable prices. Stay alert if you decide to visit here, and seek information about water levels before visiting. The reason is, in the rainy season, the water level can be very extreme and dangerous.
- Leke Leke Waterfall
Leke Leke Waterfall was formerly called Kipuan Kebo, or a place for buffalo baths. Now, this waterfall tourist spot has successfully become a magnet for tourists who vacation in Bali.
To reach the location, you have to exert effort. From the vehicle parking area, you still need to walk for 500m. But your trip will be pleasant because it passes through a green plantation area. The trip also feels more exciting because you have to climb a bridge made of bamboo.
The number of trees in this area makes the air feel cool, so you will not get tired quickly. Tiredness during the trip will pay off when you arrive at the waterfall. Be careful if you come in the rainy season because the access road will be slippery. We also do not recommend that you invite children to explore this one tourist spot. Besides taking pictures, you can also bathe under a refreshing waterfall.
- Undisan Green Cliff, Bangli
Undisan Green Cliff will invite you to enjoy an unforgettable adventure. During the trip, you will be treated to views of the expanse of rice fields, forests, ravines, and waterfalls that are nearby. The Green Cliff in Undisan is a towering cliff whose entire walls are covered by a layer of moss. If you follow the water flow under the cliff, you will find a small hidden cave. If you’re curious, you should explore the cave to find out what’s in it.
- Water Blow Nusa Dua
Visit the hidden coral cliffs in the Nusa Dua area to witness the spectacular bursts of seawater.
This natural phenomenon is formed from high-speed Indian Ocean waves hitting narrow gaps between cliffs. This results in a tremendous splash of water that shoots high upwards.
- Banah Cliff, Nusa Penida
Banah Cliff is the most dramatic seaside cliff in Bali. With a towering height of up to hundreds of meters and a green cliff surface due to overgrown plants, Banah Cliff looks amazing when viewed from the sea. You will feel a thrilling experience while standing on a cliff. From the Banah Cliff you can see a unique coral formation. Like a small island in the middle of the sea, the coral is curved like an arc.
Vacation is more than just the scenery, and it’sabout making long-lasting memories. Discover more adventures in Bali by visiting Wonderful Indonesia.