Leke Leke waterfall (aka Kipuan Kebo) is a nice waterfall hidden in a rock crevice in north Bali.
It may not look very impressive in some photos, but it’s actually a pretty big waterfall, and the jungle surroundings in this area are amazing as well.
The other bonus is that most tourists still don’t know about this waterfall. We went on a Saturday and had the place mostly to ourselves.
If you have a drone, the jungle nearby is a great place to get some aerial shots.
How To Get To Leke Leke Waterfall
Leke Leke Waterfall is located in north Bali, about 1 hour drive from Ubud.
The hike to the falls is downhill, but only takes 10-15 minutes.
The path gets muddy near the end of the trail, so don’t bring your nice shoes!
The entrance fee is 30k IDR ($2 USD) as of 2019.