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Haunted Valley Waterfall Expedition At Munduk Wilderness

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RM184.2RM250

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Adult
RM250
Child (6 - 12 years old)
RM184.2

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What’s Included

  • Access to Haunted Valley Waterfall Expedition
    • At Munduk Wilderness
  • Buggy ride
  • Meals: Picnic Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Professional Guide
  • On site facilities

Important Info

  • Activity Duration : 6 hours
  • Adult Range : Age 13 and above
  • Child Range : Age 6 – 12
  • Minimum age for activity is 6 years old and must be accompanied by an adult

Haunted Valley Waterfall Expedition At Munduk Wilderness

Escape the busy tourist hotspots of Bali and experience what nature has to offer with Munduk Wilderness. Explore the scenic surroundings as you pass through steep hills and rocky trails. Discover the beauty of Haunted Valley Waterfall as you navigate the narrow trail on a buggy or on an ATV. Take an hour off and enjoy a delicious and filling picnic-style lunch that will boost your energy with amazing views on Munduk Village to soak upon.

In the heart of Bali, nestled between forest-covered mountains and lush rice fields, lies the hidden village of Munduk. This is the perfect place for an off-road Bali buggy adventure that will be your most exciting day out on the island.

Bali is undoubtedly a beautiful place to visit. Still, many parts of the island have succumbed to over-tourism. Suppose you are the type of person who feels the atmosphere of a place can be eradicated by crowds. In that case, Munduk is absolutely the place to go.

Located in northern Bali, Munduk is genuinely one of the most underrated places on the island. While Seminyak, Ubud, Nusa Dua, and Canggu have become hotspots for travel and tourism in Bali, Munduk remains a relatively untouched paradise.
Many visitors to Bali only go to Munduk as a day trip. You can spend your days in Munduk chasing the waterfalls, trekking through nature and exploring rice terraces. But if you stick around, you will see a side of Bali that you likely did not know existed.

Venturing into the wilderness of Munduk is a quintessential escape from the swarms of tourists in Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud.

Munduk is home to many of the numerous captivating waterfalls in Bali. The Munduk Waterfalls trek starts at the Melanting Cottages just one kilometre from Munduk village.

The first waterfall on the list is Labuhan Kebo Waterfall. This waterfall is the deepest of the four, so visiting Munduk during the wet season is your chance to swim. However, the water level will only be wading during the dry season. Regardless, it is a great spot to cool off.

Just 10 minutes further down the trail, you will come to the turn off for your next waterfall, Red Coral Waterfall. It is just a short downhill walk with a handful of stairs to reach this waterfall.
The Tegallalang rice terraces outside of Ubud are the most famous in Bali. But unfortunately, in recent years, they have become much more touristy and commercialized. These days the terraces themselves are overshadowed by dozens of cafes serving speciality coffees and queues of tourists waiting for swing rides.

While Tegallalang is a must-see in Bali, you should pay a visit to one of Bali’s lesser-known rice terraces to experience their true magnificence.

Some of the more off-the-beaten-path rice terraces include the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jatiluwih, the Sidemen terraces, and the Munduk terraces. The Munduk terraces offer a similar landscape to Tegallalang, but with a fraction of the visitors.

ITINERARY
10.00 AM Arrive at basecamp Munduk Wilderness. Introduction and safety briefing at our base while enjoying our special welcome drink.
11.45 AM Start trip with a rather tricky driving up the hill as initiation drive. Make stops at a local plantation, enjoy local fruit, then arrive at the green circuit. Here you will want a couple of rounds of racing fun to get your adrenaline pumping!
12.45 PM Enjoy picnic lunch
01.45 PM Enjoy a 30 minutes rice field walk. Here you may join the local farmers at work, helping them plant rice whenever available.
03.00 PM Continue to the buggy ride to a serene waterfall tucked away in the little forest. A ten-minute downhill walk is required to reach this picturesque waterfall. A refreshing bath is advised.
04.00 PM Return to our base camp via peaceful country roads.

What to Bring / Travel Tips :

  • You can wear strapped sandals, flip-flops or shoes
  • You may wear comfortable T-shirt and shorts
  • You may bring swimsuits or any water activewear
  • Backpack for your belongings
  • Towel, insect repellent, sunblock lotion, and
  • camera (at your own risk)
  • Cash for personal expenses

Prohibitions & Limitations :

  • Know your limits and capabilities, you should be considerably physically fit to take part in this activity
  • Not suitable for people who have heart problem, asthma

Additional Information :

  • Itinerary is subjected to weather conditions
  • Rest assured that you will be accompanied by experienced facilitators and guides throughout the way in case you are in need of any assistance

Location

Desa, Munduk, Kec. Banjar, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81155, Indonesia
10.00 AM – 04.00 PM

  • Access to Haunted Valley Waterfall Expedition
    • At Munduk Wilderness
  • Buggy ride
  • Meals: Picnic Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Professional Guide
  • On site facilities

In the heart of Bali, nestled between forest-covered mountains and lush rice fields, lies the hidden village of Munduk. This is the perfect place for an off-road Bali buggy adventure that will be your most exciting day out on the island.

Bali is undoubtedly a beautiful place to visit. Still, many parts of the island have succumbed to over-tourism. Suppose you are the type of person who feels the atmosphere of a place can be eradicated by crowds. In that case, Munduk is absolutely the place to go.

Located in northern Bali, Munduk is genuinely one of the most underrated places on the island. While Seminyak, Ubud, Nusa Dua, and Canggu have become hotspots for travel and tourism in Bali, Munduk remains a relatively untouched paradise.
Many visitors to Bali only go to Munduk as a day trip. You can spend your days in Munduk chasing the waterfalls, trekking through nature and exploring rice terraces. But if you stick around, you will see a side of Bali that you likely did not know existed.

Venturing into the wilderness of Munduk is a quintessential escape from the swarms of tourists in Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud.

Munduk is home to many of the numerous captivating waterfalls in Bali. The Munduk Waterfalls trek starts at the Melanting Cottages just one kilometre from Munduk village.

The first waterfall on the list is Labuhan Kebo Waterfall. This waterfall is the deepest of the four, so visiting Munduk during the wet season is your chance to swim. However, the water level will only be wading during the dry season. Regardless, it is a great spot to cool off.

Just 10 minutes further down the trail, you will come to the turn off for your next waterfall, Red Coral Waterfall. It is just a short downhill walk with a handful of stairs to reach this waterfall.
The Tegallalang rice terraces outside of Ubud are the most famous in Bali. But unfortunately, in recent years, they have become much more touristy and commercialized. These days the terraces themselves are overshadowed by dozens of cafes serving speciality coffees and queues of tourists waiting for swing rides.

While Tegallalang is a must-see in Bali, you should pay a visit to one of Bali’s lesser-known rice terraces to experience their true magnificence.

Some of the more off-the-beaten-path rice terraces include the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Jatiluwih, the Sidemen terraces, and the Munduk terraces. The Munduk terraces offer a similar landscape to Tegallalang, but with a fraction of the visitors.

ITINERARY
10.00 AM Arrive at basecamp Munduk Wilderness. Introduction and safety briefing at our base while enjoying our special welcome drink.
11.45 AM Start trip with a rather tricky driving up the hill as initiation drive. Make stops at a local plantation, enjoy local fruit, then arrive at the green circuit. Here you will want a couple of rounds of racing fun to get your adrenaline pumping!
12.45 PM Enjoy picnic lunch
01.45 PM Enjoy a 30 minutes rice field walk. Here you may join the local farmers at work, helping them plant rice whenever available.
03.00 PM Continue to the buggy ride to a serene waterfall tucked away in the little forest. A ten-minute downhill walk is required to reach this picturesque waterfall. A refreshing bath is advised.
04.00 PM Return to our base camp via peaceful country roads.

 

What to Bring / Travel Tips :

  • You can wear strapped sandals, flip-flops or shoes
  • You may wear comfortable T-shirt and shorts
  • You may bring swimsuits or any water activewear
  • Backpack for your belongings
  • Towel, insect repellent, sunblock lotion, and
  • camera (at your own risk)
  • Cash for personal expenses

Prohibitions & Limitations :

  • Know your limits and capabilities, you should be considerably physically fit to take part in this activity
  • Not suitable for people who have heart problem, asthma

Additional Information :

  • Itinerary is subjected to weather conditions
  • Rest assured that you will be accompanied by experienced facilitators and guides throughout the way in case you are in need of any assistance
  • Activity Duration : 6 hours
  • Adult Range : Age 13 and above
  • Child Range : Age 6 – 12
  • Minimum age for activity is 6 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
  • This ticket is non-refundable if not redeemed on the selected date.
  • If you would like to change your date of visit, please contact our Customer Support at least three (3) days before your selected date.
  • Please note that rescheduling is done on a case-to-case basis and may not be possible at all times.
  • All tickets are only valid on your selected date
  • You do not need to print the ticket, simply present the QR code via your phone.
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  • MyKad or MyKid must be presented at the attraction for purchase of Malaysian – with MyKad type tickets.
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