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Sekumpul Waterfall

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Attractions Details

📌 Address

Sawan, Lemukih, Sudaji, Sekumpul, Sekumpul Village 81112 Singaraja

Opening Hours

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

💸 Entrance Fee

IDR 125,000

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"To truly enjoy Sekumpul Waterfall, arrive early in the morning to avoid crowds and witness the jungle come to life. Also, wear water-friendly shoes as you might need to cross streams during the trek, and don't forget to bring your sense of adventure!"

Why should you go to the Sekumpul Waterfalls?

The Sekumpul Waterfalls - also referred to as 'the king of waterfalls'- are located all the way up in North Bali and are a real must- see when you are in Bali! There are plenty of waterfalls in Bali to choose from for your Bali tours, like the Kanto Lampo waterfall or Tukad Cepung waterfall, but the Sekumpul waterfall is one of the tallest and arguably most impressive ones on the island. It's definitely worth paying a visit!

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As the name implies (sekumpul means ‘collection’),  the Sekumpul waterfall consists of a collection of 7 waterfalls.

The main attraction are the twin falls, which are the most impressive of all seven waterfalls with a height of 80 meters. You can visit all seven on a longer hike, as they are only ten minutes apart . Visitors can choose out of three sorts of hikes:  View only, Medium (2 hours) Trekking and Long Trekking (3 hours).

 If you’re not a fan of steps or are afraid of heights, then Sekumpul waterfall is probably not for you. The hike can be pretty intense as you will be facing getting over a mix of dirt trails, bamboo bridges and stairs but what will really challenge you is the ascent.

We strongly recommend to not explore the waterfalls on your own but to take a local guide with you!This not only ensures your safety but also a secure income for the locals. 

Most people include Sekumpul as part of an island tour with a private driver or a guided tour. You can also add on bonus activities like Pura Ulun Danu Beratan temple, Handara Gate and Wanagiri Hidden Hills.

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How to get there:

Sekumpul Waterfall is located in North Bali, about 2.5 hours drive from Ubud or 1 hour from Singaraja.

Scooters can go all the way to Warung Fiji, but cars will need to park a bit earlier. Make sure you stop at the last parking area, though, because it’s much closer to the waterfall and it’ll save you from hiking too far.

Best time to visit:

During the dry season, it can be walked on without any problems, during the rainy season, it can be slippery and sometimes more difficult to handle.

Because it's a pretty heavy hike, we suggest going early in the morning to beat the heat.

Best spot to take a picture:

For adventure lovers and photographers this is a great spot as you have so many angles to shoot Sekumpul waterfall.

There are two viewpoints at Sekumpul — one above the waterfall and one at the bottom.

Tips:

  • You’ll want to wear decent, waterproof hiking shoes , because it can get very muddy near the end. The rocks at the bottom of the waterfall can be slippery too, so watch out for that.
  • Bring a swimsuit

Frequently asked questions

Where is Sekumpul Waterfall located?

Sekumpul Waterfall is located in the village of Sekumpul, Buleleng regency, Bali, Indonesia.

How do I get to Sekumpul Waterfall?

To get to Sekumpul Waterfall, you can hire a car or motorbike, or join a guided tour. It is approximately a 2-hour drive from Denpasar, the capital city of Bali.

Is there an entrance fee to visit Sekumpul Waterfall?

Yes, there is an entrance fee to visit Sekumpul Waterfall. As of 2021, the fee is 20,000 Indonesian Rupiah per person.

Are there any trekking or hiking trails to reach Sekumpul Waterfall?

Yes, there are trekking and hiking trails to reach Sekumpul Waterfall. The trails can be steep and challenging in some parts, but the breathtaking views along the way make it worthwhile.

Can I swim in Sekumpul Waterfall?

Yes, you can swim in the pool at the base of Sekumpul Waterfall. The water is refreshing, but it is advised to be cautious and aware of the strong currents.

Attractions Details

📌 Address

Sawan, Lemukih, Sudaji, Sekumpul, Sekumpul Village 81112 Singaraja

Opening Hours

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

💸 Entrance Fee

IDR 125,000

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