19 Aug, 2018
Sekumpul waterfall located in Sekumpul village, Sawan sub-district, Bali Buleleng regency. Located approximately 76 km from the city of Denpasar and 20 km from the city of Singaraja. With a travel time of approximately 2.5 hours from the city of Denpasar.
The location of the waterfall in the village Sekumpul very far. To avoid driving the car, we recommend take car rental services with drivers in Bali.
For whom are interested in visiting and seeing the views of Sekumpul waterfalls, while doing trekking activities. You should visit and do trekking in the morning. The place to start is around 07:00 - 08:00 am.
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.
Public facilities available in this place are still inadequate. Due to the unavailability of public toilets for visitors who want to change clothes after finishing bathing at the location of the waterfall.
Sekumpul Waterfall - how to get there
On the way to the location of the waterfall, readers can see some of the houses that are still very traditional surrounded by rambutan trees and durian trees that soar.
After walking for about 10 minutes, the reader 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, the water level is approximately as high as an adult's thigh.
Surely a trekking trip will be quite tiring, feeling tired will pay off after the reader 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 readers can swim at the bottom of the waterfall.
If the reader wants to visit the seven waterfalls in the village of Sekumpul! We recommend finding a trekking guide who knows the ins and outs of the area from the waterfall in the Sekumpul village.