Treasures, Hidden On The Island - Bali's Undiscovered Hot Springs and Waterfalls
Undiscovered Waterfalls - Aling Aling Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Aling Aling Bali Indonesia)
Aling Aling Waterfall is located in Sambangan village, which is a pioneer of environment protection and has the motto of “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle”, in the Sukasada sub-district, within the Buleleng Regency. The Trip to Aling Aling Waterfall takes about 3 – 3 ½ hours from Kuta/Legian/Seminyak or 20 minutes from the famous Lovina Beach by motor bike.
The Sambangan area is very unique as it offers the opportunity to see 7 waterfalls within a short distance of each other. To introduce you to all of them would be confusing but if you are a waterfall lover we highly recommend that you stay overnight at Singaraja or Lovina and hire a local scout to see the following waterfalls in addition to the Aling Aling waterfall:
Pucuk Waterfall (16 meters)
Kembar Waterfall (12 meters)
The Aling Aling waterfall is approximately 35 meters in height and it’s the highest of the 7 waterfalls you can visit in this area. Aling Aling’s pool water is as clear as crystal, refreshing and offers a great opportunity to cool down a little during those sticky days, as it has the most waterfall pools around.
The fresh crystal clear water from the mountains and the surrounding green sceneries will make you feel close to nature. This place is the most entertaining waterfall in all of Bali, not only because of the natural pools, but you can also go sliding and jumping in the waterfall itself. It’s fun, challenging, and refreshing!
As mentioned, in the Sambangan area you can see lots of natural beauties making it a great place for any trekkers. Please see click activities to see all activies in Bali including the guided walks.
In the event that trekking fits into your Bali holiday schedule, the roughly 4 hour tour offers you a great opportunity to explore the traditional Bali village and farming lifestyle in Bantenan or Ambengan , which you can’t find in the south of Bali anymore. Additionally you will meet extremely spiritual and friendly people, see farmers at work, catch stunning rice field views and learn more about jack fruits, mangosteens, pineapples, rambutans, mangos, cloves, cacaos and/or coffees