Bali has so many waterfalls that it will leave you confused as to which ones to visit. Amongst the many gorgeous waterfalls in Bali, one such waterfall is the Banyumala Waterfall. People call it as the Banyumala Twin Waterfall because of the two parallel waterfalls. In this blog, I will tell you everything you need to know before visiting this place so stay tuned!
What’s in it for me?
- Where is the Banyumala waterfall located?
- How much time is required to visit properly?
- How to reach the Banyumala twin waterfall?
- What is the best time to visit the waterfall?
- What are the fees required to visit the Banyumala Twin Waterfall?
- Why is the fall so special?
- Some things to remember before visiting the Banyumala Twin Waterfall
Where is the Banyumala fall located?
It is located in the north of Bali. To be precise it’s in Wanagiri, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81161, Indonesia.
How much time is required to visit properly?
A half day or a one full day trip is ideal to roam and wander in the heart warming aura of the Banyumala Waterfall
How to reach the Banyumala Twin Waterfall?
There are 2 ways to get to the Banyumala twin Waterfall. Firstly you can get to the fall from Ubud through a drive, the fall is 57 Kms from there. Secondly, you can get there from about a 50-minute drive from Munduk village. But let me remind you that the Banyumala Twin waterfall is a bumpy ride.
What is the best time to visit the waterfall?
One good thing is that this fall is open to tourists all year round. You can come here at any time you wish. Although it might seem tempting to visit this fall during the monsoon season, due to increased water and powerful current, we advise you not to take this risk if you are not the adventurous type. The fall is safe anyways. That said, you just need to take some precautions that we will discuss later.
What are the fees required to visit the Banyumala Twin Waterfall?
The Banyumala Entrance Ticket ranges from 15,000 IDR to 30,000 IDR. The Parking fee is 2,000 IDR.
Why is the fall so special?
This fall has 2 parallel streams of water gushing down towards the rocks. Such a scenic beauty is rare on the island as is the strongest selling point of the fall. Hence, it received the name Banyumala twin Waterfall. Encompassed by rich and diverse flora, the environment here will definitely help you get the peace of mind you want! You will forget all the stress and hustle & bustle of the hectic urban city life when you take a dive into the cold waters of the Banyumala waterfall. The natural and scenic green colors leave a long lasting impression on your brain.
Some things to remember before visiting the Banyumala Twin Waterfall
The road conditions that lead to the fall are not very great. Make sure you are ready for a bumpy ride. I suggest you to take a taxi or hire a driver if you’re not a very experienced drive. Make sure you wear comfortable footwear with a strong and firm grip so that you dont’t slip in the mushy, damp rocks. Be prepared with swimsuits since there are no changing rooms/lockers over there!
This fall is really a mesmerising experience for all the tourists and I am sure a great adventure is waiting for you all in Bali. Get ready for a delight with some of nature’s finest creations. This fall might not be as famous as the Gitgit waterfall for outsiders but I think you should definitely put this destination in your go-to list! As per my suggestion, you can visit Banyumala Waterfalls, the nearby temples & Jatiluwih rice terraces on the same day. Lastly, if you really love travelling then check out Aling-Aling waterfalls and Best waterfalls in Asia. Check out balichalo.com for inexpensive and adventurous packages for your Bali trip!
Ans.1) It is situated in the north of Bali. To be precise it’s in Wanagiri, Sukasada, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81161, Indonesia.
Ans.2) The Banyumala Entrance Ticket ranges from 15,000 IDR to 30,000 IDR. The Parking fee is 2,000 IDR.
Ans.3) One good thing is that this fall is open to tourists all year round. You can come here at any time you wish. But it is advisable not to come here in the monsoon season for safety reasons.