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Melanting Waterfalls

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Melanting Waterfalls

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Jl.muduk, gobleg, Munduk, Banjar 81152 Indonesia
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With unsigned roads, throngs of scooters, and areas where even Google Maps can’t reach, Bali is a challenging destination to self-drive—even if you’re happy on the left side. On this private tour, you pick the duration, you plan the itinerary, and your driver does the work. There’s none of the haggling hassles you can expect with the taxi touts, while free onboard Wi-Fi keeps you connected throughout the day.
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caddyandbellA wrote a review Jan 2020
Perth, Australia3,023 contributions349 helpful votes
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We actually stayed up in Munduk for 2 days and on day 2 got a guide from our hotel and walked there.You probably could go without a guide but sooo glad we did as we walked out a different way which was easier than back tracking and doing all the stairs.We visited 3 waterfalls and they were stunning.The locals are obviously really looking after this area with beautiful gardens and plant life along all the trails with stunning colours etc.It was like walking in a botanical garden.All three waterfalls we visited were deserted and we had the whole place to ourselves for. A Swim or just to contemplate.There are 100 steps to waterfalls 2 and 400 at the last one so if you have mobility issues,forget it but the first one is easy to navigate and can be accessed from a car park just off the main road.I would do them even on a day trip from Kuta they were that pretty but a long drive just for waterfalls.A must visit.Small payments at the gates to each waterfall but like $1 each and you can see that the area is kept clean and maintained.Even toilets near some
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Tara A wrote a review Nov 2019
Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia33 contributions2 helpful votes
I and my friend come to Munduk and Melanting waterfall is close with our hotel. We went there without guide local, we are success to reach the waterfall. Lucky us nobody there, so quiet and beautiful. We enjoy our time, listening waterfall and some animals, no other voices. It is peaceful.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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James W wrote a review Aug 2019
Auckland Central, New Zealand64 contributions15 helpful votes
We had a great trek today with local guide Putu to the waterfalls . Great knowledge and interesting landscape , well formed track Locals at work on way happy to be photographed. Waterfall was pleasant and cooling
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Date of experience: August 2019
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MadeGelgel wrote a review Feb 2019
Singaraja, Indonesia56 contributions4 helpful votes
Walking in the jungle, heading to a waterfall, entrance 10,000 beautiful nature, very quiet, only one point where the path is a bit difficult. Very enjoyble place.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Nicole B wrote a review Dec 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates878 contributions202 helpful votes
Like the Munduk Waterfall, many of the photos and reviews are of the wrong place(s). This one is at the end of a long staircase into a ravine. There are two wooden bridges criss-crossing the creek below the waterfall. There is a rather unused extension of the walk back to the village, but it eventually got us there. Stay on the trail, wind through the houses and abandoned villas, and you'll be back on the main road. Beautiful waterfall, with a fee to see.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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