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Ubud Sunrise Hiking
55 reviews
Ubud Sunrise Hiking is an authentic and heartfelt experience, owned and managed by a local Balinese family with deep roots in the picturesque Mt. Batur village. For over two decades, they have been devoted Mt. Batur trekking guides, shaped by their childhood experiences. Each member of their team is a licensed and government-trained local, intimately familiar with the majestic Mt. Batur and its rich history. When you embark on their guided journeys, you'l get an intimate connection to the geography, history, and culture of the region.

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55 reviews

The day that we had this trip booked it was raining heavily. The company kindly agreed to reschedule for another day. The tour was led by a kind and helpful guide that handled all issues easily and we had a goo...

Ricky N.

We had a great time visiting Ubud. The guide was friendly and helpful. Totally recommend this tour


Helpful Questions

What is Tegenungan Waterfall and where is it located?
Tegenungan Waterfall is a natural attraction located in the village of Kemenuh, near Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. It is a 20-meter high waterfall that flows into a shallow pool where visitors can swim and enjoy its beauty.
What activities can visitors do at Tegenungan Waterfall?
Visitors can go swimming, take photographs, and explore the surrounding nature trails. The waterfall's lush green surroundings and cool mist make it a popular destination for nature lovers.
Is Tegenungan Waterfall suitable for families with children?
Tegenungan Waterfall is suitable for families with children, as the shallow pool at the base of the waterfall allows children to safely swim and play in the water. However, parents should keep a close eye on their children and ensure they have appropriate swimwear and water shoes.
Is it safe to swim in Tegenungan Waterfall?
Yes, it is generally safe to swim in Tegenungan Waterfall, but visitors should exercise caution and follow local guidelines. The water can be deep in some areas, so it's important to stay within your abilities and avoid swimming alone. It's also recommended to wear proper footwear, as the rocks can be slippery. Lastly, visitors should be mindful of the strong currents that can develop during heavy rainfall or flash floods.
What is the best time of year to visit Tegenungan Waterfall?
The best time to visit Tegenungan Waterfall is during the rainy season, which runs from November to March. During this time, the waterfall is at its fullest and most impressive, with water cascading down the rocks and filling the pool below. However, be prepared for larger crowds during peak tourist season.
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