Most of the waterfall hunters are looking for a swift and refreshing flow of water. If you are one of them, you must visit Gianyar. Besides finding verdant rice fields or monkey forests, you’ll enjoy a charming waterfall that are ready to be explored!
Rangreng Cave Waterfall
If you’ve ever visited the Kanto Lampo Waterfall, the Rangreng Cave Waterfall is located not far from there. In fact, it is reportedly still one river flow with Kanto Lampo. But, Rangreng Cave Waterfall is the most suitable place for you who have an adventurous spirit.
Rangreng Cave Waterfall can be reached in two ways. First, you can pass the neat road along the edge of the garden. Whereas the second road, you must pass through several traditional houses and gardens that are still very natural. There isn't even a car park on this second path. There are only posts and parking areas of two to three motorbikes on the edge of residents' houses. After that, you will walk through a small alley, where the road is still in the form of red soil, to get to the waterfall counter.
There are already facilities like clean toilets managed by local people. From the counter, you have to go down the stairs to get to the front of the waterfall. The steps you’ll pass have been cemented well, but the distance between the stairs to each other is rather high. So be careful.
The contours of the Rangreng Cave Waterfall are quite declivous. But the rocks that you are about to walk on are very slippery, so it's a good idea to hire a guide to direct your steps. Uniquely, some guides don't set prices. They will be happy to take you down the waterfall to the cave, also helps you to find interesting angles in photos.
Rangreng Cave Waterfall has a fairly swift flow even though when it comes down to the river the stream becomes calm. As the name implies, there is a cave above the waterfall that you can enter. But the path to go there is very high and slippery, so, be very careful. This cave is usually used for melukat or self-cleaning. From the mouth of the cave, which is located above the Rangreng Cave, you’ll find a quiet sloping surface. But if you want to go down the rocks, you have to be extra careful. Better to climb the edge of the waterfall by holding on to the rope that has been provided by the officer. Because, again, the path you are going through are a bit far and slippery.
After exploring and having a little adventure, you can buy snacks or hot drinks at the front stall of Rangreng Cave Waterfall. There are huts that you can use to relax and enjoy snacks. From this gazebo, you can witness the wide and sloping Rangreng Cave Waterfall.