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Munduk Waterfall

Indonesia
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US$62.81*
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Private Tour: Jatiluwih Rice Terrace and Munduk Waterfall Tour
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US$77.01*
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Day Trip to Northern Bali
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Reviewed 5 days ago

I saw the Munduk waterfalls during a recent trip to Bali. They're accessible a short, mildly steep hike off the road. There are three of them, two together and then a third single waterfall further down the trail. The hike was great, even though it...More

Thank ZacharyMarret
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On arrival you'll need to walk approximately 100m down to where the road bends and you'll see a footpath on the other side. Follow the footpath down and be cautious of the locals riding up the footpath as it's the only way down to there...More

Thank Polley17
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's likely you'll stop at the car park on the bend in the road and walk past the souvenir shop. Be warned though concerted path, don't just wear flip flops/things. The track is steep in places, plus surprisingly motorbikes still ride along this narrow one-...More

Thank AsianGM
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stunning fall that was one of our favorite sites in Bali. A few things to note: - It is a long walk, but it is pleasant and shaded. There are places along the way to buy water. Pace yourself going back uphill. - It is...More

Thank travel144
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The trekking throu the wild jungle in itself is well worth the trip to the waterfall. And the waterfall are stunning

Thank Thomas J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a decent waterfall with a nice short walk. You have to pay 10,000 per person. I personally think that the "Golden Valley" waterfall is much nicer! The walk is only 5 or 10min longer and starts from the same spot (the first part of...More

Thank ClauSchulz
Reviewed April 14, 2017 via mobile

We went there by hiking less than an hour : the path is nice and you can find various type of fruits and spices (bananas, pineapple, coffee, cacao, pecan...). At the middle we saw the waterfall : very high and fun. Think to bring your...More

Thank Yael G
Reviewed April 13, 2017

This was a really lovely waterfall, majestic and you can really get close to it. Also saw the GitGit waterfall, but definitely prefer the Munduk one! You pay 2000 for the old man at the parking lot (for scooter parking) and you are on your...More

Thank Kr6ll
Reviewed April 10, 2017

3 Waterfalls in the area. We did our research online & had MAPS.ME highlighting the various paths. Started the walk taking the path up by Puri Lumbung Cottages. We soon realised we didn't need to do this as the path swings back to the road....More

Thank Kevin R
Reviewed March 15, 2017

Munduk village is situated on the mountain slope of west Singaraja on the high point of the northern side of the island (Bali). This territorial is varied agricultural well-being, the views of the northern Bali is pantastic, the waterfall is beautiful, the interance is a...More

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Britt J
Vi skal snart på storfamilierejse til Bali. Er dette vandfald Munduk for svært for børn på 6,7 år og en lettere gangbesværet???? På forhånd tak.
August 7, 2016|
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Response from Polley17 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, no the children would be easily able to complete the trek down and if sure you'd enjoy the quite drive home afterwards as they'll be tired from coming back up.
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