Banyumala Twin Waterfall-Waterfalls In Bali

Located in the green valleys of the Wanagiri village in Buleleng, North Bali, this is not an easy waterfall to find, but it will well deserve your energy. The show of this double attraction can be remarkable, as you relish in the jet of constant water splashing fronting the sheer cascading flakes. Also called by locals as ‘Yellow Water Falls’, Banyumala is a naturally beautiful waterfall. Steps carved out of the hard soil and with bamboo railings and ladders in some areas along the route to ease the approach.

Grasp in the booming notes of water between the lush green plants, trees, and break encompassing you while driving a cool slip in its freshwater. This waterfall will certainly eat a big chunk of your camera memory. 

Few things to know about waterfalls in Bali

  • Even in dry season, waterfalls in Bali have plenty of water to work very well
  • To reach the most of the waterfalls in Bali you might need 15-20 minutes of light hiking.
  • Take a swim suit with you as most of the waterfalls volunteer an outstanding opportunity to get wet
  • The genuine time to visit waterfalls is normally lunch time. The water is cool and refreshing. Your hike through rain forests will hide you from the sun.
  • If you are lost on your walk to the waterfall, use local word ‘air terjun’ (pronounced as ‘ah-eer-ter-joon’) because in remote areas locals don’t know English.

We definitely recommend not going alone or without any help as the waterfall is completely hidden behind the forest and really difficult to find by a first time visitor. Banyumala is a soothing waterfall with constant currents flowing down its stone face, and two other smaller ones flowing down to its side. At its base is a very clear and shallow pool, which is good for a soak, but not really for a swim.

Address: Desa Pakraman Wanagiri, Kec. Sukasada, Sambangan, Kec. Buleleng, Buleleng, Bali 81161, Indonesia.