You have come here to find the best waterfalls of Bali Indonesia, and that is what you will find. Truthfully, there are hundreds, if not thousands of waterfalls in Bali. Some of them are truly off the grid, and some of them have easy access. We stumbled upon a video that was created by Bali Go Live, which is essentially a tourism guide website and YouTube channel to help people navigate the country of Indonesia. In this case, they helped us find Bali’s best waterfalls. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you will find their video of the best waterfalls of Bali.
I repeat, do not hike the Koko Head stairs in the middle of the day! Ok, maybe I am being a bit dramatic, but I want to help you have the most enjoyable time that you can on the Koko Head Trail. This trail has many names, such as the Koko Crater Railway Trail, Koko Head Trail, Koko Head Stairs, etc…, but they are all the same trail. Essentially, you hike up what was once an old supply railway for the barracks that were at the top of Koko Head. This seems simple enough, but for the unprepared, this is a tough hike.
If you have been following us on Instagram recently, you know that Earth Off The Grid is dedicated to sharing travel photos of places that we have visited. As our following grew, so did our realization that we have the opportunity to share more than just pictures. To provide a little background on us, we are a husband and wife team that met in 2015 and was married in June 2018. Our interest in travel and adventure was there from the start, and our love for unique places had us adventuring regularly. After getting married, we started going international more, and now we have a worldwide trip scheduled to start in June 2019. This sounds great to us, but what does that mean for you, our readers? Being our first post, we wanted to highlight the things to expect from Earth Off The Grid.