A typical Balinese village temple

Jembong Waterfall

Jembong Waterfall, Bali, IndonesiaLocated on a small tributary off the Git Git river gorge, just a hop, skip and a jump from those well-known cascades, Jembong Waterfall tends to get overlooked by tourist operators and independent travellers alike. But for the locals who are happy to keep this one to themselves and the few tourists who do come this way, it’s a blessing in disguise. It’s not often you can have such a serene natural beauty to yourself in busy Bali. There are few who won’t brave the chilly water to ease back under the gently sloping cascade and soak up the beautiful jungle surrounds.

Jembong Waterfall is located just outside Ambengan village, Sukasada District, Buleleng regency. From Git Git village, head north towards Bedugul for approximately 3kms then make a U-turn and head south for about 2km until you reach a sharp left bend in the road where you should see a signpost for Jembong pointing down a narrow local road which will take you the final 350m to the falls. All up it’s a little under 6km from Git Git village.

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Ambengan village
Central Bali
2-3 hours
Get there
Private car
Need to know
Allow time for a swim