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Def one of my fav waterfall in Bali. When we got there, there was 1 group of 5 there so it wasnt too crowded but They just took forever to take their photos, and then when we took ours, they had the audacity to not...More
The walk down to Leke Leke Waterfall is very enjoyable, following a good maintained path through the beautiful landscapes. Free walking sticks, which came in very handy on the way back up, are offered at the entrance (IDR 50000/pp).
Leke Leke Waterfall is a very...More
Waterfalls have impressive power of nature.
It may attract some and scare some.
A strong man & a waterfall channel their own path.
This is a gem hidden in tropical forests of Bali & not many date to visit this place as it’s desolate,it’s location...More
The path down the waterfall was very nice. It is also one of the cheaper waterfalls in Bali but people don't seem to know it much. We were there around noon but there were only 4 other people. The view from the restaurant overlooking the...More
We really loved it here. from the moment you pay you to have a beautiful path the whole way to the waterfall. They do a fantastic job maintaining this place and take great care of the guests. The instantly offered us free walking sticks to...More
Leke Leke is the one of the best waterfall of Bali. It's on the way to Handara Gate and Ulun Danu Batur Temple. When you reach to Leke Leke entrance you need to walk 20-30 minutes for the waterfall. Avoid to wear flip-flop.
The path to the waterfall might be a bit tricky, but I do like places where you have to earn the reward :-)
Waterfall itself is very nice and luckily not stacked with tourists, so we had the place for ourselves almost the whole time....More
When you reach the end of the trail you’ll be greeted with the incredible sight of Leke Leke waterfall. My first impression of the waterfall was how it looked like a flow of white satin threaded with silver as it surged down into a shallow...More