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Sekumpul waterfall

High waterfalls among green rock walls.

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In the middle of the hills of northern Bali are the largest local waterfalls. You will be surrounded by green nature and the noise of all kinds of insects, mixed with the falling mass of water on steep rock walls. Access to the waterfall is possible from two places – main parking Sekumpul or village Lemukih. The way down to the waterfalls is quite long and difficult, but it is worth it. About twenty minutes from the parking place is the basic view of the waterfalls.

TIP: Guides are here for your safety. They pay attention, help and advise where to step on slippery stones and where the river is not too deep.

From there (for an additional fee and guide) you continue down the staircase for another twenty minutes down into the gorge, where you can also swim by the waterfalls. There must be a few rivers to wade down, and when the wind blows, you’re like after a shower, so the waterproof case is not a bad thing.

Entrance fee
25.000 Rp viewpoint + (descent down and guide 120.000 Rp)
Suggested duration
3,5 hours


Places to visit around

  • Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
  • Gitgit Waterfall
  • Aling-Aling Waterfall
  • Banyumala Twin Waterfall
  • Wanagiri Hidden Hills
  • Dolphins in Lovina

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