Traveling to Lombok, Indonesia, is not complete if you do not visit their waterfall. Not only does the island have any world-class shores. However, they are calm. Unlike some renowned waterfalls around the planet, where you essentially have to queue up for a photo, you are far more inclined to have the place to yourself at Lombok. Some of Lombok’s waterfalls, such as the beautiful Sendang Gile and Tiu Kelep, are popular and relatively easy to attain. While some, such as Mangku Sakti, is off the radar along with an experience to find. Whichever is more your pace, you are bound to love the Lombok waterfalls!

Mangku Sakti Waterfall

One of the lesser-known temples on Lombok is definitely worth a visit, especially if you’re checking west Lombok. It is not possible to reach the area by car. So, you may either walk from Sajang Village to the falls in about an hour and 20 minutes or utilize a 4×4 or more dirtbike to journey to the parking lot, and then trek about 20 minutes.

You will most likely see a lot fewer tourists than other waterfalls in Lombok. While the waterfall is scenic, it’s the beautiful rock formations that are the real star here. The water has a milky blue appearance in the dry season, which can be a gorgeous contrast against the gray rocks. Only a short walk out of this waterfall will be the Mangku Kodek waterfall. They are both very close together, which means you should definitely pay a go to both on your trip. You need to walk through the water to get to Kodek, but it is worth the moist walk!

 

Tiu Kelep Waterfall

Tiu Kelep is a fan favorite with tourists visiting Lombok. This is somewhat more difficult to reach than Sendang Gile but in a fun way. You will have to walk through water and over rocks, so make sure you have your adventure clothes is on! It’s all about a 30-second walk in Sendang Gile to Tiu Kelep, but it is definitely worth the extra hike.

Tiu Kelep is a powerful waterfall, climbing to 42 meters. You’ll be satisfied with a strong spray in the autumn, which would still be a welcome refreshment following the half an hour walk. You can even swim at Tiu Kelep. However, water is really chilly. There are definite indications from the primary street, and it is hard to miss. Residents often see Senaru as a leaping off point to many remarkable treks around the region, like hiking Mount Rinjani. Suppose you are staying in Senaru for hiking. In that case, we indeed suggest adding an excess day of researching to see two of the best palaces in Lombok.

Sendang Gile Waterfall

Often shadowed by its more famous neighbor (Tiu Kelep), Sendang Gile is definitely worth visiting on its own right. As you’re heading into the Tiu Kelep waterfall, you’ll pass this waterfall along the road. It is possible to increase to the major street’s waterfall in about 10 minutes with no guide. Still, a lot of tours include this and Tiu Kelep at a package. You can even cover a local guide to show you the method for approximately 50,000 rupiahs. However, it isn’t tough to reach all on your own. While exploring the two waterfalls in Senaru, it’s essential to check with locals about the conditions. It’s always best to test if heavy rains have affected the paths into the palaces.

Whether your trips take you to a long stroll on beaches, delicious cuisines, relaxing spas, and resorts or urban attractions, extra research will give you the best experience for your visit. Get to know more about Lombok by visiting Wonderful Indonesia.