BALITOURISMTIMES.com, BULELENG – Visiting a natural waterfall tour in Bali, is certainly a unique holiday alternative for those of you who really want to see another side of Bali’s natural beauty. On the island of Bali, you can find many waterfall tourist destinations. Like in Gianyar Regency, which has many waterfall tourist destinations which are very popular among domestic and foreign tourists.
However, it is different about what this time we will discuss. Waterfall tourist destinations, not only in Gianyar Regency. Buleleng Regency, Bali, also has the natural beauty of its waterfall which is very interesting to visit. For example, the existence of Aling – Aling Waterfall in Buleleng Regency, which adds to the collection of Bali’s natural beauty, as one of the most popular waterfall destinations in Bali.
The location of the Aling – Aling waterfall is in Sambangan Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency. To be able to reach the location, you need to travel overland about 110 kilometers from downtown Denpasar, or about 2 hours drive. Arriving at the Sambangan Village Hall, you will find signposts leading to the waterfall. To be able to enter the location, you are not charged anything, but a voluntary donation box is provided.
Because the location is very hidden, and still very natural. We suggest you, to use a local guide service, with an adjustable fee rate. Arriving at the location of the waterfall, you will be presented with a view of a waterfall with a height of about 35 meters, which is surrounded by cliffs and trees, showing the charm of the beauty of this waterfall. At the end of the pool at the Aling – Aling waterfall, you can also swim under the splash of a very clear waterfall.
Not only that, the tourists who visit will also be treated to natural scenery that is still very natural. Travel through cliffs accompanied by thick forests along the road to the waterfall location. Adding to the impression of an exhilarating adventure, and also the location is perfect for those of you who are lovers of trekking activities in the wild. (aar/btt)