The Beauty of the Rainbow at Bali’s Highest Waterfall, Amazes You!


Do you know where the highest waterfall in Bali is? The answer is in Buleleng, the name is Sekumpul waterfall. You can see the beautiful rainbow here!

Buleleng Regency, Bali, is famous for having many hilly natural attractions with waterfalls that are still beautiful and natural. One of the most popular in Buleleng, namely Sekumpul Waterfall, which is the highest waterfall on the Island of the Gods.

This waterfall, which is located in Sekumpul Village, Sawan District, has a beautiful natural feel and an amazing rainbow panorama. The distance from the center of Singaraja City to get to the Sekumpul Waterfall tourist attraction is only about 20 kilometers.

Along the way to Sekumpul Village you will pass several other villages with beautiful rural views. From the Sekumpul Village area you can also see other waterfalls from a distance, including Fiji Falls and Hiden Falls.

“There are two Sekumpul Waterfalls, they are twin waterfalls, the other one is hidden, it is managed by Sekumpul, then next door about 150 meters there is the Fiji Waterfall which is managed by Lemukih Village,” said the Manager of the Village-Owned Enterprises Management Unit. (Bumdes) Sekar Bank Sekumpul, Gede Sudiarsa.

Gerombong/Sekumpul Waterfalls in Lemukih Village, Sawan District, Buleleng Regency.Gerombong/Sekumpul Waterfalls in Lemukih Village, Sawan District, Buleleng Regency. Photo: Buleleng Regency Government

To see the beauty of Sekumpul Waterfall up close requires quite an extra effort, because of its hidden location. Visitors will be invited to track and pass around 300 stairs. However, the long journey will pay off when you arrive at Sekumpul Waterfall.

The waterfall with a height of approximately 90 meters is very interesting and should not be missed. The natural panorama with vines attached to the cliff makes it look exotic and very pleasing to the eye. Even if you are lucky you can also see a rainbow that appears due to the swift splash of the waterfall.

There are two waterfalls on site, which are next to each other. The flow of the waterfall to the right comes from the river flow. While the waterfall on the left comes from a natural spring, so even though it’s the rainy season the water will still be clear.

Price of admission

The price of admission to the Sekumpul Tourism Object for local tourists is Rp. 20 thousand for adults, and Rp. 10 thousand for children. Meanwhile, foreign tourists are divided into three tour packages, namely the view package for Rp. 20 thousand, the medium trekking package for Rp. 125 thousand, and the long tracking package for Rp. 200 thousand. For medium and long trekking packages, tourists have received tour guide facilities.


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