On the southeast coast of Nusa Penida, Peguyangan Waterfall rests at the bottom epic cliffs. Peguyangan Waterfall Nusa Penida is an iconic spot for tourists, specifically known for its blue stairs. This iconic blue stairway leads you down a cliffside pathway to a sacred water temple, a pilgrimage site for locals.
The bottom pools looking out over the ocean Peguyangan Waterfall has so many different spots to explore. With clear and cool water cascading from above to form one of the most captivating natural pools in Bali, this mystical destination is well worth traversing the steep steps which lead to it.
Be warned that the waterfall itself is not superbly impressive during the dry season – however, the infinity pool has unrivaled views of the surrounding ocean.
Reaching these springs will involve embarking on a trek down the narrow stairs of the ravine which is not for the faint of heart.
Said to be the warmest of the hot springs in Bali, water from the deep within Earth’s crust seeps up to fill these luxurious natural pools, resulting in temperatures that reach up to 40 degrees Celcius.
The waters are rich in minerals which are believed to have rejuvenating properties, so much so that locals still bathe in them before visiting the nearby Beji Temple.
To get there: the drive to Peguyangan is on a nice road for most of the way but it does end with 10-15 minutes of bumpy, potholed gravel roads, and the scenic trek there takes around twenty minutes from the main road and it is best to arrive as close to 8 am as possible to see the morning sunlight streaming in from above.
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