Munduk Waterfall: A Bali Must-Do

Munduk Waterfall was a challenge to find as google maps nor the internet seemed to offer much help, but it was worth every last wrong turn! With the help of a few locals we were able to find this beautiful waterfall.

Whilst not as grand in scale as others such as Sekumpul or Banyumala, Munduk Waterfall is well worth a visit, it is likely to be very quiet and the power of the water is incredible. The jungle setting is absolutely beautiful, and we were again staggered by just how many sensational waterfalls Bali has. 

If you can't get enough of chasing waterfalls, then make sure you add Munduk falls to your list.

 

Munduk Waterfall

Munduk Waterfall is another of those impressive sights in Bali that just happen to be on someone's plot of land! You can't imagine this kind of thing happening in many other places in the world, but once you start walking to Munduk Waterfall, you realise that you are walking through people's backyard! Cue consider moving to Bali....

The falls are impressive and you're able to get very close. The water at the base isn't deep enough to swim in, but you can wade and feel how icy cold the water is. You could also take a power shower if you were so inclined! 

 

Munduk Waterfall entrance fee

The entrance fee for Munduk is 20,000 rupiah per person around $1.50 USD) and 2,000 rupiah for parking. We noticed all Munduk waterfalls were twice the price of those around in Ubud, but when that's less than $2, who's counting? 

 

Getting to Munduk Waterfall

Munduk Waterfall isn't very well signposted and we shot past it a couple of times before realising where it was. It is a 10 minute drive West of the View Restaurant in Wanagiri and the sign is on the very edge of a steep corner. There is also a very small car park at the very edge of the bend. It costs 2,000 Rupiah to park your motorbike and then you have a 10 minute walk to the falls.

 

 

Best time to visit Munduk Waterfall

Munduk Waterfall is pretty quiet all the time as it is fairly off the beaten track and seems to be overshadowed by Banyumala and Sekumpul waterfalls. It is well worth visiting as it is stunning and really quiet, there were a couple of other people on our visit, but they move on quite quickly. If you went early I doubt there would be anyone there at all. It also requires very little walking if you are feeling like a lazy day! 

However that's not all there is to do in the area. So why not check out our blog on the amazing things to do near Munduk.

 

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