How to get to the Munduk waterfalls
As mentioned earlier, there are several options to do this waterfall trek. There is not a particular entrance as you can start the walk at several points along the road. Keep in mind that this is not a loop trail, so you either have to walk the same way back or organise something with pick up. Or, there is another option that we did which I will explain here.
How we did the Munduk waterfalls trek
Coming from the twin lake direction, the first waterfall you will encounter is the Golden Valley waterfall where also the Golden Valley waterfall Eco Cafe is located. This is a great place to end your hike as here you can have a drink and lunch with views on the Golden Valley waterfall. (If the cafe is open..)
So what we did was parking along the road which is signed as ‘Munduk waterfall parking’. From this spot it is only a 10 minute walk down towards the Red Coral waterfall. After the Red Coral waterfall you can then continue the hike towards Labuhan Kebo waterfall and Melanting waterfall. Then you will have to hike back to the intersection where you go to Red Coral waterfall. Here you will see a sign pointing towards Eco Cafe. If you continue hiking from this point but you have your scooter parked at Red Coral (Munduk waterfall parking), you will have to hike back later. Another option is to pick up your scooter and then drive to Eco Cafe via the main road. Be careful because the road down to Eco Cafe is very steep. We drove all the way down with the motorbike, but that’s because Atiba was a professional motorbike race driver. Walk down if you’re not very experienced with the motorbike. It’s very steep, so be prepared for the incline on the way back!