Sekumpul Waterfall-Waterfalls In Bali

Here’s your opportunity to tackle another challenge: Sekumpul Waterfall.

It’s not completely outlandish, but its unapproachability makes it difficult to find. Going to this waterfall is slightly tricky, and you must perform a little hard work in order to get there. You must progress down through many slippery steps. You can request people to get you to the waterfall for a few bugs which they will do without hesitation.  What’s interesting about Sekumpul Waterfall? Well, to your surprise, the waterfall is actually a cluster of six to seven narrow cascades that form the centerpiece of a lush green bamboo forested valley. However, these are all dispersed around the area, with the towering being more than 50 meters high. The falls are served by two hilly waters, and are the most accessible of the collection of falls in the area.

You may encounter few people asking you to take to the waterfall for 200,000 Rupiah (USD 14), and they will claim that it’s compulsory.  Do not fall into this trap. The route reaching into the Sekumpul waterfall is pretty well prepared and you can walk by yourself. Don’t worry, you won’t get lost in there. Entrance fee to this waterfall is just  IDR 10,000 per person.

Location: Tejakula, Lemukih, Sawan, Sudaji, Sawan, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81171, Indonesia

Few things to know about waterfalls in Bali

  • Even in dry season, waterfalls in Bali have plenty of water to work very well
  • To reach the most of the waterfalls in Bali you might need 15-20 minutes of light hiking.
  • Take a swim suit with you as most of the waterfalls volunteer an outstanding opportunity to get wet
  • The genuine time to visit waterfalls is normally lunch time. The water is cool and refreshing. Your hike through rain forests will hide you from the sun.
  • If you are lost on your walk to the waterfall, use local word ‘air terjun’ (pronounced as ‘ah-eer-ter-joon’) because in remote areas locals don’t know English.