Sekumpul Waterfalls are arguably the most spectacular falls in all of Bali. A great destination for the adventure-seeker, Sekumpul Waterfalls are a must-see attraction.
The waterfalls proximity to the Village Lemukih Sekumpul makes it easy to find, yet it is surprising to know that this attraction remains rarely visited by tourists.
Sekumpul Waterfalls Location Map, Swimming Entrance Fee, Bali
To see Sekumpul Waterfall up close, it will require a bit of hiking for around 2 kilometres or 20-30 minutes. The falls are a fair walk away from the parking lot and you will have to travel down a couple of hundred steep stairs. However, the effort is worth it as the seven waterfalls are surrounded by green trees and a lush, cool landscape. You can swim at the base of the falls, however, just note that there are no shower/changing facilities located here.
Guides will offer to take you to the falls which can make finding them a little easier, but just make sure to agree on a fee before you set out. This trek is not suitable for children or elderly as the hike is moderate and very steep in some places. Make sure to bring your own water as there aren’t any facilities in the waterfall. The entrance fee is around 15,000 IDR.