Munduk Waterfall Trekking. There are a lot of waterfalls in Bali with their beautiful view of Tropical rain forest. Now we go to the North of Bali, Singaraja, Buleleng regency. Buleleng has many natural waterfalls, such as: Munduk Wilderness Waterfall, Sekumpul Waterfall, Sambangan Waterfall, Wanagiri Waterfall, Banyumala Waterfall. Munduk Waterfall is located in the north of Bali, in Munduk village, Sub district Banjar, Buleleng Regency. It’s located 800-900 meters above sea level, so that we can enjoy the fresh air , the fall’s area is surrounded by the tropical trees and plantations. we can drive only one hour from Lovina Area and 2 hours from Ubud Area.
We need 3 - 4 hours hike to finish this program. We will see three wilderness Water falls during this trekking program, such as: Laangan Melanting Waterfall, Red Colar Waterfall, Golden Valley Waterfall. The trek will start from the parking area, entering the coffee and clove plantations, local guide will always with you till the end of program and the driver will wait for you at the finishing point.
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There are three waterfalls can be seen in this trekking package, they are: Red coral waterfall, Labuhan kebo waterfall, Melanting waterfall. We’ll be started from Red coral waterfall then Labuhan kebo and Melanting, we will pass through the plantations during the journey.
Munduk Waterfall Trekk Itinerary:
07.30 AM : Pick Up at Your Hotel (depend on your hotel location)
10.00 AM : Arrive at Trekking Point and start the trekk
13.00 AM : The Trek Finish
13.10 AM : Having Lunch at twin lake view restaurant.
14.00 PM : Visit ulun danu temple ( depend on your request )
15.00 PM : Drop back to your hotel
2 - 3 Hour
Private car and driver, Private guide, entrance ticket, lunch, mineral water, local fruits, trekking equipment