There is a world of amazing hidden waterfalls near Ubud, Bali that no one seems to know about! We found 5 out of these 6 waterfalls, and so many of them had barely any people there! Some of them also had locals hanging out there! If you’re ready to see gorgeous hidden waterfalls in Bali, add these to your list!

Tibumana Waterfall – We loved this waterfall so much that we spent the whole afternoon here! There are places to sit and stare at this incredible waterfall, and the waters under the fall are perfect for swimming! You can swim behind the fall too! There were very few people here, and at one point we had it all to ourselves!timbumana_hidden waterfall_bali_ciaofelicia

Tukad Cepung Waterfall – This waterfall was a short jungle trek away! The areas surrounding this waterfall are gorgeous! It is a big waterfall with shallow waters below that is perfect for standing under.tukad_cepung_hidden waterfall_bali_ciaofelicia

Dusun Kuning Waterfall – This waterfall had quite a sketchy hike to get to (but definitely worth it). Bring some Water Shoes!  I fell twice getting there, but that isn’t saying much because I fall pretty much every time I walk. There were a few other groups when we arrived and some locals. The fall is huge, and has a great swimming area!dusun_kuning_hidden waterfall_bali_ciaofelicia

Kanto Lampo Waterfall – This might have been my favorite waterfall! It is the second most known waterfall near Ubud, so there will be plenty of other people here as well. We accidentally got to this waterfall right before closing so we got to hang out for a little while, but we also got to play in the waterfall all by ourselves for the last 10 minutes!! If you can time it like we did, it was awesome to have it all to ourselves! The waterfall closes at 6:30pm.kanto_lampo_ hidden waterfall_bali_ciaofelicia

Tegenungan Waterfall – The typical touristy waterfall in Bali. It is definitely still worth going to though!! We got there before 8 am, and there were only 4 other people there! It is beautiful. Don’t skip this waterfall, but do try to skip the crowds!tegenungan_hidden_waterfall_bali_ciaofelicia

Tukad Tangkub Waterfall – We tried to find this waterfall, but Google Maps did us dirty. Maybe try asking around or using a different map besides Google Maps to get there! I’ve also heard that the road to get there is very small so make sure you’re a champion scooter driver if you want to find this one!  


Do you know of any other hidden waterfalls near Ubud, Bali?  Which one is your favorite?

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