World of Waterfalls Blog
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Mena Creek Falls was an impressively thick waterfall on the nameake Mena Creek, which is can be visited from a public lookout as well as a private park.
Serendipity Falls is diminutive and ephemeral, worthy of being a pullover distraction, especially if caught behind slow vehicles on the Palmerston Highway.
Just as we were about to use the restroom facilities, I got a text from Julie saying something about my sister-in-law needing to contact Mom ASAP about…
Emerald Creek Falls was an attractive series of cascades with an overlook and swimming hole just outside the boundary of Dinden National Park near Mareeba.
Davies Creek Falls is an impressive series of steep cascades in Dinden National Park near Cairns featuring lookouts, swimming holes, and a picnic area.
Blahmantung Waterfall is said to be one of Bali’s tallest waterfalls, but we remember it most for the adventure caused by sifting through misinformation.
The Blahmaning Waterfall was one we had mistaken for the Blahmantung Waterfall (thanks to crowdsourcing on GoogleMaps), but was pleasant in its own right.
The Fiji Waterfall was close to the Sekumpul Waterfall, but it really surprised us, especially considering how small it looked when we first noticed it.
The Sekumpul Waterfall could very well be the best waterfall in Bali with multiple segments dropping a reported 80m making it one of the island’s largest.
Aling Aling Waterfall is the largest of four waterfalls in the same excursion, but it’s this main falls that drew us to the excursion in the first place.
The Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall is actually a series of four waterfalls in one excursion on streams downslope of the Danau Buyan Lake likely draining it.
The Munduk Waterfalls are a series of at least four sizable falls – Golden Valley, Red Coral Waterfall, Labuhan Kebo, and Melanting – all doable in one hike.
The Banyumama Twin Waterfall is actually a convergence of multiple springs in addition to the namesake tall twin pair. So photos don’t do this place justice.
The Gitgit Waterfall was one of several waterfalls of this name on the Gitgit Stream on the northern slopes of Bali, but this one is the largest of them all.
Batu Lantang Waterfall is an intimate and off-the-beaten path waterfall in the Pelaga Eco Park near the mountainous center of Bali near Nungnung Waterfall.
Nungnung Waterfall is an unusually tall, gushing waterfall making it one of our favorites in Bali. However, we had go on a steep, slippery upside-down hike.
The once obscure Leke Leke Waterfall has been becoming popular in recent years as it featured a tall attractive drop with a cave-like overhang at its base.
The Yeh Labuh Waterfall is a tall and thin waterfall that provided us a waterfalling excuse to pursue it while making the long drive from Ubud to East Bali.
The Tukad Cepung Waterfall blew up on the socials with its sun beams penetrating the humid, mist-filled Balinese air fronting the falls in a narrow gorge.
The Sumampan Waterfall is a somewhat off-the-beaten-path waterfall with stone engravings near Ubud, which is unusual since the city sees lots of tourists.