Also known as Yeh Mempeh, meaning “flying water” in Balinese, Les Waterfall is a bit off the beaten track for most tourists but the attractive waterfall is a popular spot with locals. From the entrance gate, it’s only a 15min walk through a rambutan plantation before finding the falls nestled in a pretty patch of rainforest. As well as nice views from the top of the falls, there’s a decent size plunge pool for swimming and some caves to explore a little further down the small river valley. The waterfall is located in Desa Les hamlet near Tejakula, 46km from Lovina and 71km from Denpasar. There’re signposted so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding them. Admission to the waterfall costs around 10.000Rp per person.