Hidden Gems

Want to explore more about the real Bali? Here are some of our favourite hidden gems to add to your list of must-see spots while you’re here. Take a few extra days after BATIC event and walk Bali like a local.

Discover another side in Bali

Sekumpul Waterfall

  Buleleng, Bali - Indonesia

Sekumpul Waterfall (Air Terjun Sekumpul in the local language) is located in the northern mountains of Bali, around 2.5 hours drive from the main tourist hubs of Canggu, Seminyak, Kuta and Ubud. Known as ‘The Best Waterfall in Bali’ which has 7 hidden waterfalls situated in the tranquility of valley and it surrounded by the lush jungle with serenity ambiance.

The seven waterfalls each has its own beauty, form, and height that look extraordinary and makes these waterfalls as the most gorgeous waterfall in Bali island.

There are two fallen waterfalls and the source of a waterfall covered by green trees that cover the surface of the hill. These waterfalls have a different character and source. The first waterfall has a single flowing waterfall.  Such other waterfalls are often encountered and come from a mountain spring. And the second waterfall is higher than the first waterfall, has a waterfall shape that dangles like a mosquito net and comes from the stream of a river. The freshness of the water that fall from the 80 meters height, and the lush trees will make anyone amaze and fall in love instantly to this waterfalls. Even so, getting down here requires a good deal of effort, with paths comprising dirt tracks, a hundred or so steps and crossings over streams, but when you reach the waterfall, it was all paid off.

There are three entrance fees to Sekumpul Waterfall - view only, medium trekking and long trekking. Due to recently passed regulations, these fees have increased substantially over the last few months. These regulations insist that each visitor to Sekumpul waterfall is now required to hire a guide for the duration of their visit. This is in part to for visitor safety, but also to support the local economy, maintain infrastructure, and respect local customs. 


Address: Sekumpul Village, Sawan, Buleleng, Bali