If you’re looking for the biggest and best waterfall in Bali, this is probably it! Sekumpul is a huge twin waterfall in Singaraja with two 260 foot tall falls pouring out of the jungle treetops.
This waterfall is no longer a hidden gem, but since it’s in far northern part of the island and pretty far from town, the crowds are still not too bad.
Hiking To Sekumpul Waterfall
The hike to Sekumpul waterfall is pretty straightforward, but I’d rate it as moderate. It’s not dangerous, but the steep hike up and down is a big workout and it takes about 30-60 minutes to get there, depending on where you park.
There are two viewpoints at Sekumpul — one above the waterfall and one below it. Don’t just stop at the first viewpoint, you should definitely check out both!
You’ll want to wear bad shoes, because the hike gets VERY muddy near the end. The rocks at the bottom of the waterfall can be a bit slippery too, so watch out for that.
(Side note: if you’re looking for a similar Bali waterfall with less people, you might want to check out Banyumala Twin Waterfall)
How To Get To Sekumpul Waterfall
Sekumpul Waterfall is in North Bali, about 2.5 hours drive from Ubud or 1 hour from Singaraja.
Make sure you stop at the third parking area, not the first; it’s significantly closer to the waterfall so it’ll save you from hiking as far. The walk to the falls from the last parking area is only about 30-45 minutes.
As of 2019, the entrance fee is only 20,000 IDR ($1.40 USD).