Sekumpul Waterfalls, Singaraja

Must see · Waterfall · Nature / Park
Discover one of Bali's hidden gems at Sekumpul Waterfalls, often considered the most beautiful of the Balinese waterfalls. Seven falls in total make up the group, the tallest of which tumbles 50 m (164 ft) down a bushy green cliff face. Getting to the falls presents a bit of a challenge, with a long drive there, followed by a short but precarious walk down slippery steps and across a bridge. Once you arrive, however, the reward is a breathtaking view from the bottom of the tallest fall. Take a dip in the plunge pool to cool off from the walk, and stand under the plummeting water if you dare. Locals at the parking lot will try to charge you to guide you to the falls, but the route is simple enough to navigate on your own. Using our world travel planner, Singaraja attractions like Sekumpul Waterfalls can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We did an early morning dolphin tour with friendly Kadek lovina. We left before sunrise and Kadek brought some banana cakes (made by his wife) ans coffee and tea. Yes there are many other boats with....  more »
  • Amazing place with 7 point waterfall.sekumpul waterfall,hidden waterfall and fiji waterfall is best waterfall in bali.also homestay avaible near #SUGIGEDE HOMESTAY#20 minute only walk to...  more »
  • Sekumpul waterfall is the most scenic natural waterfall in the whole of Bali. The road from Wanagiri Hidden Hills to Sekumpul waterfall is curvy and it took us around an hour to reach. After we...  more »
  • A beautiful waterfall offering amazing views of nature. Refreshing cold and fresh water, picturesque surroundings full of greenery. This place is a paradise for photographers. The waterfall is connected with a good road and easily accessible. Parking for motorbike is available and there are small outlets to buy some drinks.
  • It probably took an hour or so to drive to Gitgit Waterfall in central Bali island. The falls are not immensely huge in width, although they are fairly tall. It’s a pristine natural experience to hear, see and feel the serenity of this spectacular place, far from the hustle of Bali’s urban side where my hotel was. I do go swimming in the large chest deep pool created by the waterfall.
  • Really loved this experience. Difficult way to reach but at the end it's worth it. Go early, you won't see many people. We reached there at 9 and we were the only couple. Whole way is slippery so make sure to wear proper shoes which you can wear in water too. If you like natural places, this is it for you.
  • nice place, still clean and maintained. but the tracking field is very extreme and must be guided by a local guide. It is highly recommended to bring medic equipment if something unexpected happens
  • Now, there's the main touristy water fall entrance and then a bit further down the road (towards the sea) is this unofficial entrance. 200k for 4 of us. Our guide, Joe Blue showed us the local fruit and came into the water with us. Pretty steep with crazy steps but they reckon that this is more natural than the official one. You can get right into the falls. Great stuff!

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