If you’re looking to explore some of the best spots in Bali, then Tegenungan Waterfall has to be on your list. Here’s how to get there, prices & more.
How To Get To Tegenungan Waterfall Bali
We recommend renting a scooter as it’s the cheapest options and was easy enough to find with google maps.
And whilst you’re in the area don’t forget to check out other waterfalls in Ubud.
Tegenungan Waterfall Entrance Fee & Costs
Tegenungen Waterfall entrance fee is 15,000 Rupiah per person.
Parking for scooters is FREE and just 5,000 Rupiah for cars!
Down at the falls there are lockers available for 10,000 Rupiah and toilets for 3,000 Rupiah.
Tegenungan – One Of The Best Bali Waterfalls
After paying your entrance fee and stamping your ticket follow the pathway through the markets until you hit the big WELCOME TO TEGENUNGAN WATERFALL sign!
As soon as you pass the entrance sign there’s a great viewpoint to the left although it’s usually pretty crowded! The view you get looks something like this.
Tegenungan Waterfall is one of the most popular waterfalls in Bali so the pathway is well maintained and very safe to explore. It’s just a short walk down the concrete steps and the safety rail leads you all the way to the pit of the falls.
On the way down you’ll pass a few typical Bali photo spots, as well as Baby Tegenungan Waterfall which doesn’t have much on its big brother, but again makes for a cosy photo opportunity or a place to quickly cool off!
The Waterfall Itself
Then comes the big boy!
Tegenungan Waterfall can be pretty dangerous following storms or even just on a windy day.
We visited a couple of times and on one occasion no swimming was allowed! Although if you just want to cool off there are plenty of spots where you can take a dip without risking any serious injury.
There are two platforms to view Tegenungan Waterfall from, both connected by a bamboo bridge. Tegenungan is a great day out for families or friends with funny signs to hold up and create photos with and even a swing that’s been created for the perfect Bali Instagram photo.
There are a couple of tiers to explore of the waterfall. You can pay another 10,000 Rupiah to get an awesome middle level view and go one higher to the top of Tegenungan and look over the people below taking their photos.
We hope you have an awesome day at Tegenungan Waterfall Bali. In our opinion its one of the best Bali waterfalls. Oh and don’t forget to save 15,000 Rupiah for your well deserved corn from these two lovely ladies on the way out!
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.
Backpacker – Sila Urip Guest House – Great reviews at a tiny price for the middle of the island.
You can also check out the prices of other places to stay in Ubud here.
For more things to do in Bali or for which route to take, make sure to check out our break down – The Best Of Bali – A Route & Trip Guide.
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