Tukad Cepung Waterfall is one of the most unique waterfalls we came across during our time in Bali. Flowing over the edge into a cave with the most epic sun rays that beam throughout.
Tukad Cepung Waterfall
Located just outside of ubud, we visited Tukad Cepung Waterfall after our hot and sweaty trip to the Tegalalang rice fields, and it did not disappoint a beautiful and unique place.
The walk down to the waterfall was one of the easiest we have experienced not to many steps about a 15 minute walk including a trail through a beautiful jungle path, there are shelves to leave your bag or shoes on but no lockers.
What to expect at Tukad Cepung Waterfall
This waterfall was one of the most unique we visited nestled in a cave, walking down stream wading through ankle to knee height water to catch a glimpse of the beautiful sun rays creating beautiful natural beams across the canyon, if your lucky and visit on a sunny day. There is also a second smaller water fall to the right of the steps which we walked to after and you can swim in this waterfall, we were lucky when we were there and had the whole place to ourselves.
Entrance to Tukad Cepung Waterfall
It’s costs 15,000 IDR each and parking is free
There are local warungs on the way Down to the waterfall selling cold drinks and local dishes. We stopped on the way back up for satay chicken and sticky rice which was delicious and brilliant to be supporting the local trade.
Getting about in Bali
Travelling around in Bali you have a couple of options. We recommend hiring a scooter you can hire them for between 55,000 IDR – 70,000IDR per day though if your having it for a longer period you might be able to negotiate a lower price.
If you are not confident on a scooter you can hire a driver for the day there all over the island and costs from 500,000IDR a day which is about £26.90
We also downloaded the GOJEK app which was a total lifesaver and cheep,for taxi.