Nungnung Waterfall

The magnificient Nungnung Waterfall is located in the idyllic village of Nungnung, 900 meters above sea level. Click to read more.

Nungnung Waterfall

A Beauty Worth Climbing For

The Nungnung Waterfall is so called because it is located in Banjar Nungnung, the village of Pelaga, Petang. In the idyllic village of Nungnung, 900 meters above sea level, you’ll find the magnificent Nungnung Waterfall. It is 45 km from Denpasar, therefore it takes approx. 75 minutes. Before you get there, you will see the Sangeh Monkey Forest, located in the regency of Badung, and the village of Carangsari that is an exclusive observation point on the Ayung river, one of the most popular rafting spots in the island of Bali.
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It’s not hard to find the parking area but reaching the waterfall is a whole other story; you have to go down the trail for about 15 minutes and then climb its staircase of 509 steps. Good thing that it’s plenty of gazebos and benches to sit on while you can already hear the sound of water. Before you reach the main waterfall, you can enjoy one smaller waterfall whose water comes from the surrounding natural springs. When you finally arrive at your destination, cross the small bridge and admire this gorgeous green waterfall!

Nungnung Entrance Fee

IDR 20,000 per person (includes a bottle of water)*

*Although we aim to keep the information on our website up to date, entrance prices may have changed since we last checked. 

How High is This Waterfall?

  • 30 meters

Distance to Nungnung Waterfall

  • Nusa Dua: 67 km / 2 h 00 min
  • Kuta: 52 km / 1 h 40 min
  • Seminyak: 47 km / 1 h 35 min
  • Sanur: 49 km / 1 h 30 min
  • Ubud: 35 km / 1 h 10 min
  • Singaraja: 52 km / 1 h 40 min

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