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Private Tour: Sekumpul Waterfalls Hiking Tour

Highlights
  • Private full-day trekking tour to the Sekumpul Waterfall from Kuta
  • Admire natural landmarks like the Kintamani Volcano and the Tegalalang Rice Terrace
  • Revitalize in the fresh waters of the Sekumpi Waterfall after a moderate hike
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Private Tour: Sekumpul Waterfalls Hiking Tour
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Tour for 2 to 4 TravelersMost Popular
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required for this option.
US$75.00
Tour for 5 to 10 Travelers
A minimum of 5 people per booking is required for this option.
US$43.00
Overview
Waterfall from Kuta. First, gaze at the smoking summit of the Kintamani Volcano and capture photographs of the famous Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Then, alongside your guide, you’ll embark on a moderately challenging hike — be rewarded with stunning vistas of surrounding valleys as you inhale the aromas of clove and cocoa trees. On arrival at the   Sekumpul Waterfall, revitalize with fresh water and then conclude your tour at Pura Ulun Danu Batan, a majestic Hindu temple.
What to Expect

Your tour begins in the morning with hotel pickup by your private driver-guide, who discusses the tour with you before you set off for the day. 

Head first to Mt. Batur, a volcano also known as Kintamani. Enjoy a view of the caldera while enjoying breakfast, and then visit the Tegalalang Rice Terrace near Ubud, known for the traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system called subak.

Continue to Sekumpul Waterfalls, which you'll reach after a 30-minute hike with a steep descent (please take caution, as walking on some of the stairs is a challenge) and crossing a stream on stepping stones or by wading through the water. During the trek, you'll have a fantastic view across the valley to terraced rice fields and clove and cocoa plants. Once you reach the waterfalls, take in the spectacular sight and the very clean and cold water. 

About 45 minutes from Sekumpul, visit Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, a temple complex located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. Then head to your final stop, a coffee plantation where you might be able to try luwak coffee, one of the most expensive coffees in the world, made by collecting coffee beans eaten and digested by wild civets. Your private tour ends with hotel drop-off.

Please note: A minimum of 2 people per booking is required.

Reviews (33)
1 - 5 of 13 reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Excellent Daytour

Today Tour with Rafi. Very nice smart person. The Sekumpul Waterfall is amazing. Nice Rice terrace. Drop off was intime. Would reserve the tour again.

Thank Thomas P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent Tour with Excellent Tour Guides

My wife and I took this tour on our honeymoon and it was the best one we took during our time in Bali. The places to visit and scenes we saw were incredible. There is a lot of driving during this tour, but the places...More

Thank ryanp822018
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile
Raffi & Ari

Raffi & Ari were pleasant, fun & accommodating tour guides. We visited Mt. Batur & Sekempul waterfall.

Thank Vacation814198
Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile
Amazing day trip!

We booked this trip 2 days in advance! Our driver Gede was amazing! His English and knowledge was excellent! There is a lot of driving in this tour but having Gede as our guide made it all worth it. The waterfalls were a highlight of...More

Thank aussiehoneymooner86
Reviewed 27 July 2018
Nice trip but too touristy

The driver is very good and the car is comfortable for our 2 person private tour. But the drive is long and be prepared to see lots of tourists in most of your pictures. Perhaps it'll be better during off season. Now the question is...More

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Hingdranata N
5 June 2018|
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Response from rachelthewlis | Reviewed this property |
A 10 and 11 year old would be fine doing this. They are steep steps and quite a few but if you’re generally quite fit you’ll be fine.
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