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We dived into the real rain forest for three hours! Just like getting into National Geographics broadcast! Guides were caring and informed. This is the day we will remember for long!
Great day in the rain forest
The waterfalls spectacular, the camping and trek through the jungle was both fun and informative but the family involved that took care of us, fed us and were our guides we cannot rate highly enough. True Balinese hospitality and they made this a most memorable experience. We will 100% be back to visit with them.
We really enjoyed this trip! The trekking was a good walk and wasn’t too hot there either. Really liked the canoeing across the lake! Yoga stopped off at the lookout point for twin lakes and took some photos of us which was nice. There is also a man there selling pictures with some animals which was pretty cool! The waterfalls were beautiful and really quiet - not too many people around! Really great that Yoga came down with us and took some photos and videos for us even though it was a bit of a hike to get down and back up from the waterfalls! We also really enjoyed the lunch provided in the village, as well as the cute puppies in the village! I would suggest if you’re booking this trip to do it when you are staying a bit closer as it was a few hours drive from Nusa Dua!! still worth doing though and thanks to Yoga and his friend for being great guides :)
Caitlin Baumann and Tobias Newton

Helpful Questions

Where is Munduk located and what is its geographical significance?

Munduk is a charming village located in the highlands of Bali, Indonesia. Situated in the northern part of the island, Munduk is nestled amidst lush green mountains and rice terraces. Its geographical significance lies in its stunning natural beauty, cool climate, and serene atmosphere, making it a popular destination for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful retreat.

What are the top attractions and activities in Munduk?

Munduk offers a range of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy.

Some of the top highlights include:

  • Waterfalls: Munduk is famous for its picturesque waterfalls, such as Banyumala Twin Waterfalls, Munduk Waterfall, and Wanagiri Hidden Hills. These cascading falls provide a refreshing escape and beautiful photo opportunities.
  • Trekking and Hiking: The surrounding mountains and rice terraces provide excellent opportunities for trekking and hiking. Trails lead through lush forests, coffee plantations, and scenic landscapes, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in nature.
  • Agriculture and Spice Plantations: Munduk is known for its agricultural heritage. Visitors can explore spice and coffee plantations, learn about traditional farming practices, and even participate in hands-on activities like coffee tasting or harvesting.
  • Temples: Munduk is home to several temples that showcase the spiritual and cultural heritage of Bali. One notable temple is the Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, located on the shores of Lake Bratan. Its picturesque setting against the backdrop of the mountains is a sight to behold.
Is Munduk a suitable destination for eco-tourism and sustainable travel?

Yes, Munduk is an ideal destination for eco-tourism and sustainable travel. The village is committed to preserving its natural environment and cultural heritage. Many accommodations in Munduk follow eco-friendly practices, such as using renewable energy, supporting local communities, and promoting responsible tourism. Additionally, visitors can engage in activities that contribute to sustainable practices, such as visiting organic farms, participating in community-based tourism initiatives, and supporting local artisans.

What is the best time to visit Munduk?

As most of Munduk's best activities take place outdoors, the best time to visit Munduk is during the dry season, which typically runs from April to October. During these months, the weather is generally pleasant, with lower chances of rainfall. The cooler temperatures and clear skies make it ideal for outdoor activities like trekking and exploring waterfalls.

However, if you're not planning on doing outdoor activities (for e.g. you're just visiting the temple), then even during the wet season (November to March), Munduk's beauty shines through, with lush green landscapes and misty mountain views.

How can visitors reach Munduk from popular tourist areas in Bali?

Visitors can reach Munduk from popular tourist areas in Bali by road. From Ubud or Denpasar, the journey takes approximately 2-3 hours by car. It is recommended to hire a private driver or join a guided tour to make the journey more convenient. The road to Munduk offers scenic views along the way, passing through terraced rice fields and charming villages.

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