Sekumpul waterfall is one of Bali’s tourist attractions located in northern Bali. This area is more famous for its natural hills with natural waterfalls. besides dolphin watching tour on Lovina beach.
Surely if you just want to see the hill scenery, you don’t have to vacation to Bali. Then What about the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali.?
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North Bali Buleleng Regency is a place you must visit, if you want to see the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali that are still natural. Buleleng Regency has more than one waterfall location which is still natural and still hidden.
Sekumpul Waterfall Bali – Distance and Location
One of them is Sekumpul Waterfall. It has the main attraction by not only being able to see one or two waterfalls. But more and still in the category of hidden waterfalls in North Bali. Because it requires extra effort to reach the location of the waterfall.
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As the name implies, Sekumpul waterfall consists of a collection of waterfalls, with the number reaching seven waterfalls. Therefore the sekumpul waterfall was named by foreigners with another name “sevent point waterfall”. Whereas the local villagers Sekumpul said by the name of the Pemuatan waterfall.
Of the seven waterfalls, only two waterfalls are close to the main road. While the other five, readers need extra effort to reach their location.
How do you reach the location of this waterfall.?
The location of the sekumpul waterfall is in Sekumpul village, Sawan sub-district, Bali Buleleng regency. Distance approximately 76 km from the city of Denpasar and 20 km from the city of Singaraja. With a travel time of approximately 3 hours from the city of Denpasar.
Because the location of the waterfall in the village Sekumpul very far. To avoid driving the car, we recommend using Car rental services with drivers in Bali.
Sekumpul Waterfall – what should be prepared.?
If you have a plan to visit Sekumpul village waterfall, you should prepare a vehicle that is in good condition. Because the road that will be taken is quite steep and winding.
Before doing a waterfall trekking session. You must go down the steps to get to the location of the Sekumpul village waterfall. You will be charged an entrance ticket of Rp. 20,000 / person for foreign tourists and Rp. 10,000 / person for local tourists.
Another view of supporters from the Sekumpul waterfall
On the way to the location of the waterfall, you can see some of the houses that are still very traditional surrounded by fruit trees such as rambutan and durian trees that towering.
After walking in a few minutes, you will be able to see views of the terraced rice fields and verdant hills and views of the water from a distance.
To be able to see the waterfall closer you must have fit stamina. Because they have to walk on the path about 300 meters and descend hundreds of steep stairs and cross the river.
Surely a trekking trip will be quite tiring, feeling tired will pay off after you sees the twin waterfalls in the village of Sekumpul with a height of approximately 100 meters from the mountains. Waterfall splashes make the body come back fresh and you can swim at the bottom of the waterfall.
What about the other 5 waterfalls?
If you want to visit the seven waterfalls in the Sekumpul village. We recommend finding a trekking guide who knows the ins and outs of the area from the waterfall in the Sekumpul village.