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Here are Best Natural Water Slide in Bali

This is the best natural water slide in Bali. Bali has so many activities you can try during your traveling. Starting from the charming beach in southern Bali. To enchanting waterfalls in northern Bali. Or wild nightlife in the Seminyak-Canggu area.

However, did you know Bali has a natural water slide? This natural slide with flowing water has a similar shape to the natural water slide in the waterpark or the water boom. Natural water slides are usually created by running rivers, which smooth off the rocks so they resemble a slide.

What makes it unique is that it is not like a waterpark slide that will take you through loops or drop you five floors at breakneck speed, but rather this natural water slide provides something like fresh water, a satisfying climb, and beautiful views.

Furthermore, while you will almost certainly have to queue at the waterpark, the natural water slide is less crowded and there is no long line. Without further ado, here are some natural water slides in Bali that you can visit:

Natural Water Slide in Kroya Waterfall

Kroya Waterfall, located in Sambangan Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency, Singaraja. If you depart from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, it will cover a distance of 90 km or about 3 hours of travel time.

Kroya Waterfall is about 12 meters high. With a pool diameter suitable for swimming. This river’s water is also nice and clear. Besides that, the quality of air in this area is still fresh.

Moreover, there are several waterfalls in this area, so hiring the services of a local guide is highly recommended. They can help you avoid unpleasant things in addition to greater handling the trekking terrain.

The five-meter-high natural slide is, of course, the most intriguing. This natural water slide is constructed from naturally formed rocks. Further to that, the flow through the slide is quite heavy. This slide will take you down and into a pool of fresh water. This will undoubtedly put your adrenaline to the test. Not only that, but you can also jump from a 5-meter-high cliff. Aside from that, you can come just to take pictures for their social media.

Natural Waterslide in Kroya Waterfall. Source Pic: https://www.instagram.com/tommyjegal/

The waterfall’s area is also still considered sacred by local residents, so if you visit Kroya Waterfall should exercise caution. If you want to visit here, there are entrance fee per this article is IDR 70,000 per person, including guide fees. However, prices can change at any time.

Lemukih Village

Lemukih Village is in Sawan District, Buleleng Regency, Bali Province, about 10 kilometers from the Bedugul tourist attraction and 72 kilometers from Denpasar. This area is still very natural and beautiful.

This area consists of at least seven waterfalls. The Sekumpul waterfall is probably the most well-known. This waterfall stands tall, and the rainwater is crystal clear.

Aside from the waterfall, there is also a natural water slide in the Lemukih village area. a 45-meter-long natural slide that was previously used as a children’s playground in the village but is now being promoted to the larger community as a destination for natural water slides in addition to existing waterfalls.

One of Natural Waterslide in Bali at Lemukih Village Source Pic: Instagram Baligolive

The road to the location is narrow; it is best to arrive by motorcycle, but if you enjoy walking or trekking, it is not a problem because the road has ups and downs. There are complete facilities, as well as a swing.

Domestic tourists pay only Rp. 5,000 for entrance tickets, while foreign tourists pay Rp. 15,000.

The natural water slide is open from 08.00 to 17.00 WITA. Tourists are not permitted to participate in this activity after that hour because the path to the location is extremely dangerous.

Summing up, that is the best natural water slide in Bali you can visit during your vacation.

Read Also: 5 Best Waterparks in Bali

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