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Into the wild – Indonesia's most spectacular waterfalls!
Indonesian archipelago is well-known for its amazing nature and diverse lanscapes that can take the breath away as if were the last paradisiac hidden spots on Earth. The truth is...some of them are!

Waterfalls are truly magnificent part of the natural heritage of Indonesia as it often takes an extra effort and extra miles of travel to far less recognized places to be able to discover them.

 

So, be adventurous and discover these amazing secret waterfalls, far away from the tourist crowds!

 

*Madakaripura Waterfall – Java

This waterfall is located within Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, in East Java. It's located over 600 metres above the sea level, surronded by mountaneous hills and lush jungle.
 

Nearest town: Probolinggo, East Java

Time for visiting: 1-3 hours

 


 

*Nungnung Waterfall – Bali

Nine hundred metres above the sea level, this waterfall is hidden in the middle of the forest. It creates amazing water & lights reflections as water is cascading 50 metres down into a little pool.

An absolute gem!
 

Nearest town: Badung, Central Bali

Time to visit: 1-2 hours

 


 

*Benang Kelambu Waterfall – Lombok

This waterfall, known also as the 'mosquito net', flows softly between the leaves and rock formations and it's believed that those who bathe in its precious waters will not age. It's located close to Mt. Rinjani, therefore makes a perfect part of Lombok volcano adventure.
 

Nearest town: Aik Berik, North Lombok

Time to visit: 2-4 hours

 


 

*Sekumpul Waterfall – Bali

To reach this waterfall, you need to climb about hundred steps, thus going an extra mile can be interpreted quite literally here. It's name is derived from indonesian 'together / in the group' and the waterfall itself it's formed out of at least seven cascades falling at various heights.

Nearest town: Sukawati, South Bali

Time to visit: 2-3 hours



 

*Sipiso Piso Waterfall – Sumatra

As for today, it's considered on of the top nature sight of Sumatra island. It's located almost 1 000 metres above the sea level and surronded by a picturesque pine forest. It's also one of the tallest waterfalls in the archipelago.

Nearest town: Karo, North Sumatra

Time to visit: 1-2 hours

 

 


The list goes on as waterfalls are equally remarkable part of Indonesian landscape as volcano craters and crystal lagoons. We encourage you to travel with your eyes wide open, regardless in which part of the archipelago you currently are, as sometimes it takes as little as follow the little path from the village, to discover a pure waterfall beauty!

 
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