Sekumpul Waterfall in North Bali
Sekumpul Waterfall is the best waterfall in Bali. Which has 7 hidden waterfalls situated in the tranquility of valley at Sekumpul village, Singaraja, north part of Bali. And also, it offers the amazing panoramic view of waterfall surrounded by the lush jungle with serenity ambiance. The falls are fed by two upland streams, and is the most accessible of the collection of falls in the area. Even so, getting down here requires a good deal of effort, with paths comprising dirt tracks, a hundred or so steps and crossings over streams. There are two ways you can enjoy the falls. A trek leads you to purpose-built gazebos where you can cool down and catch your breath while enjoying the view of the 80m-tall majestic fall from a distance.
Sekumpul Waterfall different from the other waterfalls in Bali. It not consist of one or two waterfalls, but seven waterfalls that are located in different places and the seven waterfalls can be seen from Bale Bengong. The seven waterfalls each has its own beauty, form, and height that look extraordinary and makes these waterfalls as the most gorgeous and beautiful waterfall in Bali island. Sekumpul Waterfall is a convenient stopover along Bali tour pacakage itineraries to Bali’s northtern region.
The best time to visit Sekumpul Waterfall is between 09.00 am until 15.00 pm, and reach the location of the Sekumpul waterfall, you must travel down hundreds of steps and crossing through rivers. You better use short pants and slippers that comfortable to wear if you want to visit this waterfall since you must travel through rivers with the depth of the adult’s thighs.
Even though the journey is not as easy as you think, but when you reach the waterfall, it was all paid off. The sound of the waterfall, the freshness of the water that fall from the 80 meters height, and the lush trees will make anyone amaze and fall in love instantly to this waterfall.
Good to Know about Sekumpul Waterfall ?
Sekumpul Waterfall located in the village of Sekumpul, Sawan district and Singaraja Region, north part of Bali Island. It is situated approximately 85 km from Denpasar airport and 20 km from the town of Singaraja, or taking 2,5 hours from Kuta or Seminyak area. Sekumpul Waterfall is open to the public with entry costing IDR 10,000 for domestic tourists and IDR 20,000 for foreigners.