Yeh Mampeh Waterfall
For the Adventure-Seeker
In the tranquil village of Les, north of Kintamani and Batur Mountain, you’ll find the Ye Mampeh Waterfall. In Balinese, this literally means “Splashing Water”. The legend says that once upon a time a big flood happened, leaving rocks and stones behind in the basin, causing a big splash.
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Yeh Mampeh Waterfall is very suitable for tourists who like to go for an adventure. Before reaching the waterfall location, you have to walk first for around 1.5 kilometers from the parking lot. The relatively easy hike to the waterfall leads you along a small stream and you would definitely agree with us when we tell you that this area is virtually untouched. During the walk you will enjoy the sounds of nature which will surround you in the village’s peaceful and stunning environment. There are some small food and beverage stalls if you want to have your snack or drink during your visit. If you visit Yeh Mampeh, don’t forget to bring your swimwear because you will definitely jump into the fresh pool of water and feel the splash of the waterfall.
The location is about 38 kilometers east of Singaraja or 3 hours drive from Kuta with a distance of 100 kilometers. If you want to visit the waterfall you can use your motorbike or car. However if you use a car, you will have to walk a little further to reach it because the roads are small and a little damaged, it is quite hard to bring the car all the way in, bikes can get much closer. If you use a motorbike, you can park as close as 200 meters before the location of Yeh Mampeh Waterfall. Despite the long distance from the popular tourist areas in Bali, you’ll not regret taking this trip. We recommend combining it with a visit to Tirta Gangga, from which it’s just over a one hour drive along Bali’s astonishing east coast.
Yeh Mampeh Entrance Fee
IDR 10,000 per person*
*Although we aim to keep the information on our website up to date, entrance prices may have changed since we last checked.
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