Aling-Aling Waterfall has a location in the north side of Bali, If you are looking for adventures in Bali, there is nothing better than a day tour to the famous Aling-Aling waterfall in northern Bali.
The Aling-Aling waterfall is unique because the rocky outcrop divides the flowing river into two separate waterfalls, each flowing at different speeds. You cannot swim in the actual Aling-Aling waterfall itself, as this is a sacred place for the local Balinese.
However, the big attraction is canyoning, water slides, and cliff jumping in several downstream waterfalls – the Kembar, Kroya, and Pucuk waterfalls. There are several jumps of 5 m, 10 m, and 15 m, which are definitely worthwhile for the fit adventurer. It’s a really great experience, but you’ll have to hire one of the local guides from the parking lot at the top of the entrance to safely guide you through the series of waterfalls, gorges, and jumps.
Although I rarely recommend hiring a local guide to waterfalls in Bali, I definitely recommend getting one for this adventure for safety reasons only, let alone the difficulty of navigating through this difficult area without local knowledge. The other benefit of hiring a local guide is that they can take pictures of you for great action shots.
Aling aling waterfall entrance cost
The IDR 20,000 entrance fee only covers access to this place. To get further to the diving and jumping points, the waterfall slides cost from IDR 125,000 per person with a local guide, which you can rent at the ticket office.
The absolutely Instagram-worthy waterfall slide looks daunting, but it’s fairly slick and unlikely to hurt you if you pay attention – but I can’t stress enough that this isn’t for the faint of heart or those with injuries. If you are fit and adventurous and only visit a waterfall in Bali, I recommend it. It’s just epic!
Like all waterfalls in Bali, Aling-Aling is most photogenic during the rainy season (December to March), when the water flow peaks. During the dry season (April to November), when the water level is lower and the rapids are less intense, canyoning, water slides and cliff jumping are safer.
To get to this Waterfall, drive to the village of Sambangan, where road signs lead to the parking lot. The trip from Seminyak is 85 km long and takes between 2.5 and 3.5 hours depending on traffic. It is 73 km or 2 to 2.5 hours from Ubud.
We have brought Many guests and also with my family to visit this spot several times and everyone loved it. it’s why we recommend visiting this waterfall and may combine to see such as dolphin watching, twins Lake and Etc.
Admission: IDR 20,000 per pax. IDR 125,000 for a local guide.
Address: Jl Raya Desa Sambangan, Kabupaten Buleleng
Opening times: Mon – Sun, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.