Exploring Bali means you will come across a waterfall or two. There is quite a few on the island to choose to see.
I decided to explore Tegenungan waterfall as it was in close proximity to Ubud. Adam wanted to rent out a moped for the day (much to my protests against it) so we hired a bike and set off. We decided to do two stops the first being Tegenunugan waterfall then onto the Tegallalang Rice Terrace.
I was told to get there for about 9 am to avoid crowds, which is what we did but it was still quite busy and there was a lot of standing about waiting to get pictures.
When I first saw the waterfall I thought it was beautiful but I wasn’t overcome by amazement. There are probably a lot better waterfalls to visit in Bali, not to say that Tegenungan isn’t worth seeing.
The entrance fee is 10,000IDR per person and if you would like to go to the top of the waterfall it’s an extra 10,000IDR. I would definably recommend paying the extra to see the top.
We had a nice swim at the top of the waterfall as it was a lot more tranquil there and not many people (compared to the bottom).
I would say we only stayed for an hour to an hour and a half before we decided to set off for Tegallalang Rice Terrace.
I must add that the stairs to get back up from the waterfall were an absolute killer!