Title : “Long drive but worth it!”
This waterfall is recommended by the locals as the most beautiful in Bali. Expect a long and hazardous (!) trip to get there by car (have a nice and safe driver) and 2 hours to walk the trip, including the 340 steps up to get back. The guided tour was cheap and the guide very nice and helpful. When arriving we were the only tourists there, only locals bathing. Bring swimming clothes if you want to, but not necessary.
Linn_Loves Oslo, Norway
Title : “The Mother of Waterfalls in Bali”
We visited Sekumpul Waterfalls as part of a trek organised by Zanzan and Gede at OmUnity, where we were staying. We took the long way around, hiking through rice terraces and stopping at little mountain homes along the way (which all inevitably belonged to one of Gede's students - Gede is a high school teacher - or a relative of a student) for refreshments: fresh coconut water, bananas from a tree in the backyard, hot brewed coffee. The trek itself was long - about 3.5 - 4 hours when all the stops (and steep climbs) were taken into account, but definitely worth it: apart from rice terraces, the backdrop of lush tropical jungle is nothing short of breathtaking. Even if you go the short way around to Sekumpul, ie, get dropped off at the carpark and take a short walk down, you will still have the chance to admire the scenery - especially since there are very few tourists compared to other attractions - and appreciate the majesty and power of Sekumpul, the tallest waterfalls I'd seen. There are actually 7 sacred waterfalls of Sekumpul, corresponding with the 7 chakras - but only 5 or 6 of them are in view at any one time (some believe there are more waterfalls). Wear a swimsuit under your hiking gear, apply plenty of sunscreen and bug repellent and be prepared for a massive highlight of your trip to Bali. Raushan S Adelaide,Australia
Title : “The most beautiful waterfall in Bali ”
It's an must visit off best place in Bali. Very few tourists come here because it's so far but it's worth it. It's beauty is untouched like stepping into an paradise unexplored. It's more than an hours trek to reach there but when you finally do the view and the sound of the falls will leave your mesmerised. Take a guide who will help in difficult parts or to show you the way. Skip the other waterfalls and visit this to truly experience the beauty of Balinese lands Bryan Almere, The Netherlands