We first spotted signs to Leke Leke Waterfall Bali on the way up North towards Bedugul. So on the way home we decided to pull in and check out one of the lesser known Bali waterfalls. Air Terjun Leke Leke, as it’s known by the locals, surprised us with its beautiful grounds and almost private, secluded waterfall.
How To Get To Leke Leke Waterfall Bali
Finding Leke Leke Waterfall couldn’t be easier. We spotted the signs and didn’t even use google maps but here’s the exact pin point incase you need it.
It’s an easy enough walk down, taking roughly 15 minutes, and leads through some bamboo built bridges to lead you to the fall itself.
Leke Leke Waterfall Entrance Fees
There are actually two waterfalls within the Leke Leke Waterfall grounds.
Air Terjun Kipuan Kebo (Leke Leke Waterfall) – 30,000 Rupiah
Air Terjun Campuhan – 20,000 Rupiah
Also within the grounds there’s cycling, tubing, trekking and camping available. So it can be as much of an adventure trip as you want it to be.
A Day Trip To Leke Leke Waterfall Bali
So we decided on a whim to check out Leke Leke Waterfall after seeing numerous signs on the side of the road.
With the expectations not too high and having never heard of Leke Leke beforehand we were pleasantly surprised with what welcomed us.
A modern and well decorated entrance area leading down to a newly equipped ticket booth and a even a couple of guest rooms.
We chatted to the receptionist for a few minutes who told us it was newly opened. Although they were hoping to build into a much more touristy area with trekking, camping and other outdoor activities available.
The prices seemed a little expensive compared to Bali waterfalls although it was justifiable compared to the amount of work that had gone into the grounds.
It was an easy enough 15 minute walk to Leke Leke Waterfall, consisting of mainly flat path and with a couple of bamboo bridges to cross.
When we arrived at Leke Leke it was amazing! We were the only two people there and had complete access to this hidden gem of a waterfall in the middle of a Balinese jungle.
Now although it wasn’t one of the best waterfalls in Bali we’d seen it certainly was a special one. There are no lockers or locals checking for safety so swim at your own risk but the view enough is pretty cool!
Hopefully it doesn’t become to over run with tourism (although this seems to be what the locals are hoping for) and it keeps its peaceful setting and magical feel.
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 – Great reviews at a tiny price. This guest house is centrally located, especially if you’re looking to chase the waterfalls near Ubud.
You can also check out the prices of other places to stay in Ubud here.
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