Hidden in the dense jungles of Northern Bali lies Sekumpul Waterfall, a collection of seven picturesque waterfalls often cited as the most beautiful in Bali with the main fall is a spectacular 80 meters in height. To get to this amazing spot, you’ll drive through the mountainous region of Northern Bali which offer great views of the Twin Lakes of Buyan and Tamblingan.
What is special about Sekumpul is that there are actually seven waterfalls of different heights and varying water flows but only three waterfall can be explored. Reaching the base of this natural wonder require a hiking through concrete path through the jungle surrounded by green plantation of cloves and tropical tress. But those who make the effort to get there are rewarded by getting to enjoy something truly unique and the pure serenity that is unforgettable by standing at the base of these waterfalls is a spectacular experience! You also can swim on the base of the waterfall with all the water mist. A photographer paradise!
Sekumpul Waterfall is located in Sekumpul Village, Buleleng, North Bali which is an idyllic village surrounded by rice fields and so friendly local people.
I believe the fact that adventure in this amazing waterfall requires a great effort to walk more than 400 steps up and down. Hence after experiencing this beauty, I will definitely need a rest in the car that takes me back to the resort. So because I had enough time to go on an adventure that day I managed to visit some of the closest tourist attractions before starting the adventure of waterfall trekking.
If you have a time, I highly recommend for those of you to visit the following places located near Sekumpul.
- Bali Botanical Garden, a beautiful garden with a large collection of orchids, old trees and outbound activities.
- Ulun Danu Temple, a famous and beautiful temple floating on Lake Beratan
- Handara Gate, the most famous gate on Instagram feed.
- Wanagiri Hidden Hills, famous for its selfie places with swings and deck overlooking Lake Buyan
- Twin Lakes View Points, gorgeous views of Lake Buyan and Tamblingan from the top of the Wanagiri hill.
- Monkey Feeding at Munduk, to have fun feeding monkeys.
Admission is IDR 10.000/person and if you need a local guide another extra Rp. 100.000/group is required.
What To Bring
Changing Clothes, Towels, Soap, Camera or Mobile Phone with waterproof, Mosquito Repellent, Drinking Bottle Water, Cash
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