It is one of the fabulous waterfall on the island that is located in the village of Munduk, north Bali. The path down to the Munduk Waterfall is densely planted with clove and coffee trees as well as Avocado, Taro, Banana and some Durian tree. You can have such a great exercise while learning about the local farm and getting to know better of the local vegetation along the path down to the mighty waterfall.
Munduk lies on the altitude of about 800 meters above sea level is offering such a fresh mountain air and far out of pollution. Amongst a number of waterfalls in Bali, Munduk would offer you a chance to really enjoy its beauty as it is not being so commercial yet, no one would bother you with buying things as at most of the tourist sites on the island. There are a few waterfalls here and if you want to do further exercise, you can easily walk up the hill side from this waterfall and get down on the other side of the hilly village and walk down to another one that is quit as high as this one. The walk will offer you a great view to the coastal line of the northern Bali.
The walk down the largely concreted path to the waterfall is quite leisurely and only takes about 10 minutes. The path winds its way through dense jungle where it’s possible to see a wide variety of plant and bird life before arriving at a ticket office where the entry fee must be paid. A further 200m on the thundering 25m high waterfall comes into view, spraying right out of the side of the jungle into a shallow-looking pond that you can swim in.
The view at the bottom of the waterfall is a good one, although hardly spectacular, and most people will feel content spending only a few minutes here taking a couple of photos and then returning to their vehicle.
The walk back to the carpark takes the same route as the arrival and is an easy climb for all but the most unfit.
What you can see around Munduk Waterfall :
1. Lovina Beach (or often simply Lovina) is a coastal area on the northwestern side of the island of Bali, Indonesia. The coastal strip stretches from 5 Km west of the city of Singaraja to 15 Km west Singaraja is the seat of Buleleng regency. The Lovina area contains the small villages (from east to west) of Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Anturan, Banyualit, Kalibukbuk, Kaliasem and Temukus. It is becoming more popular with tourists but remains far quieter than the tourist hotspots of the island’s south side.
2. Buddha Monastery, This storybook monastery, also known as Brahma Vihara Asrama, has a gleaming orange tile roof, Sukothai-style gold leaf Buddha images, ‘raksasa’ door guardians, brightly painted stupa with Buddha eyes, and exuberant woodcarvings-a dazzling mix of Balinese Hindu and Buddhist components.
3. Banjar Hot Spring, The hot spring (air panas) are only a short distance west of the monastery. Eight carved sandstones Nagas spew water from a natural hot spring into the first bath, which then overflows (via the mouths of five more nagas), into a second larger pool. In a third pool, water pours from three-meter-high spouts to give us a pummeling massage. The water is slightly sulphur and pleasantly hot, so you might enjoy it more in the morning or the evening than in the heat of the day.
4. Git-Git Waterfall, The path is lined with souvenir stalls, and persistent guides offer their services, which you have no need for at all. The 40 meters waterfall is quite pretty, and a great place for a picnic
5. Buyan Lake & Tamblingan Lake is a lake located in the plateau area with green hill surrounded. It is situated adjunction to Buyan Lake with cool weather surrounds it. It owns the fascination where the nature authenticity is felt and the inexistence of boat use motorize here. These beautiful lakes can be seen from the top hill right from Asah Gobleg Countryside, Sukasada District and Singaraja regency, north part of Bali.