Blog The Best Hikes and Walks in Bali Indonesia

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Secret waterfalls, sacred volcanic peaks, enchanted rice paddies, ancient temples and giant trees. Bali is a paradise on Earth for hiking and trekking freaks. We put together this guide to the best hikes and walks in Bali. Grab your backpack and boots, and get exploring.

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Considered one of the coolest surfing spots in the world, the island of Bali is also home to mountains, rainforests and jungle trails. The central plateau and the northern areas hide jungle treks, volcanic hikes (above 2,000m/6,560ft high) and nature walks that are definitely worth a visit. Temperatures can get cold up there, so make sure to pack warm clothes together with your boardies. The variety of the landscape requires varying levels of expertise – we’ve selected the best hikes and walks on the island.

Taman Nasional Bali Barat (West Bali National Park) is an absolute gem located on the very northwestern corner of the island. Covering an area of 190sqkm (73sqmi), with a further 580sqkm (225sqmi) of protected reserve on the eastern highlands, the park covers 10% of the total land area of Bali. Beaches, rainforest and volcanic peaks – the National Park offers a large variety of landscapes that can be explored on foot with a guide.

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Probably the most Instagrammable walk in Ubud, Campuhan Ridge Walk is a gift for the eyes and the soul. Tjampuhan – the ancient spelling of Campuhan – means “place where two rivers meet”. Come here, and watch mesmerizing sunrises and magical sunsets over sacred river gorges and lush tropical forest. Be patient to get your ideal photo: it might get busy during golden-hour times.

Danau Tamblingan is one of the three volcanic lakes located on a plateau in North-Central Bali. Lake Tamblingan and Lake Buyan are known as “twin lakes”. Only a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Ubud, it’s an ideal one-to-two-day getaway, especially to escape the hot weather. Temperatures can get pretty low, so better to pack warm and wet-weather gear. Here, you can find guides for a dreamy jungle trek who will allow you to explore the untouched rainforest with exotic birds and giant ficus trees and paddle on a traditional canoe on the lake. The Bali Jungle Trekking info booth is located on the road overlooking the lake, 200m (656ft) after a couple of local restaurants and lookouts. There are few tourists in the area, so enjoy the lush nature.

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Also one hour drive north of Ubud, the Botanical Gardens are a magical natural wonder. Out of the busy tourist routes, here you can delight yourself with an authentic heart-to-heart connection with nature. Giant ficus trees, wild monkeys, bamboo forests and exotic flowers – come here for a peaceful walk.

Sambangan trek – Secret Garden

Sambangan is a forest in Northern Bali, also known as the “secret garden”, as it’s far away from the main tourist trails. The trek starts at the Sambangan Secret Garden Waterfall. On the path, you’ll have the chance to admire dreamy waterfalls – Pucuk, Kroya and Kembar – as well as coffee plantations, rice fields and all the beauty that Balinese nature can offer.

Candidasa – Lempuyang Temple

On Bali’s eastern shore, the area of Candidasa hides “virgin” beaches, camping spots on cliffs and hilly areas with a large choice of walks and hikes. The hike to Lempuyang Temple is one of those. It’s not an easy one, but it is a marvellous experience. On the path, you may encounter locals taking large offerings to the temple for worship. It is definitely worth the fatigue. Interested in visiting? Both Candidasa and Lempuyang Temple feature on our exclusive 12-day Bali trip, among many other awe-inspiring destinations.

With its 3,031m (9,945ft) of altitude, Gunung Agung is the highest peak on the Island of Gods, and it is venerated as the most sacred entity. Mount Agung is currently an active volcano, which, under normal circumstances, can be hiked. It’s a tough hike, though, usually lasting six hours up to the summit. But the view, oh the view. You’ll feel on top of the world, overlooking the whole of Bali, the neighbouring island of Lombok and the surrounding ocean. Make sure to research and book with an expert guide: the path is tricky, slippery and ever-changing, due to rock-fall.

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