Nungnung Waterfall is rated as one of the best Bali waterfalls, and it definitely lives up to it’s name. It’s located high in the mountains of Bali. Making the air cooler and the scenic drives through the palm tree roads way more beautiful. Here we cover everything you need to visit Nungnung Waterfall Bali.
How To Get To Nungnung Waterfall Bali
Nungnung Waterfall is perfectly located between Ubud and Bedugul, so it makes for a great stop off between the journey up North.
It takes around an hour and a half directly from Ubud and paths the way towards many other Bali waterfalls such as Leke Leke.
If you’re looking at travelling to Nungnung Waterfall with family or young ones, the whole area is maintained really well – just be prepared for the steps.
Nungnung Waterfall Entrance Fee
Entrance Fee – 10,000 IDR
Parking – FREE
Our Guide To Nungnung Waterfall – One Of The Best Bali Waterfalls
As far as waterfalls go, Bali is waterfall heaven. There are a number of hidden Bali waterfalls waiting to be discovered, although this one in particular is a favourite amongst tourists.
The pathway is made up of concrete stairs and the 20 minute trek down consists of exactly 509 steps.
They are worth the work though, to be rewarded with freshen Bali water pools at the base of the Nungnung Waterfall.
You can swim up to Nungnung Waterfall, although the water is super powerful and there aren’t any locals hanging around watching out for the safety of visitors. So be careful if you’re climbing up the slippery rocks or heading right up close to the intense waterfall.
Also, just note that there are no changing rooms, lockers or toilet facilities at the waterfall. So be sure to keep your belongings dry and safe and be wearing your swim suits already.
When you’re back up to the top, there is a spot in the parking area where you can grab food and refreshments.
Overall Nungnung Waterfall is definitely one of the most powerful and beautiful Bali waterfalls we’ve seen. We’ve no doubt it’ll be at the top of future visitors lists in the coming years.
Mid-Budget – Pertiwi Bisma 2 – A little hint of luxury up in the peaceful palm tree forest! The grounds were immaculate and each villa was faultless. It’s also a nice and easy distance away from the some of the best Bali waterfalls.
Backpacker – Sila Urip Guest House – A cheap and cheerful accommodation with great reviews.
You can also check out the prices of other places to stay in Ubud here.
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