Authentic Sekumpul Waterfalls

Sekumpul waterfalls Singaraja Buleleng is the place that you need to visit in Bali. Located in the northern part of the island, scattered on green jungles offer a fantastic natural view of a waterfall, The waterfall might be the tallest waterfall in this area, situated on high hill area and far away from residential of local people. Sekumpul waterfalls a few years ago only known by the local. Through the Internet spread the news about the beauty of Sekumpul waterfalls.


When people go to the north of Bali, tend to visit Lovina Bali for the dolphin show. Many tourists did not know about the six waterfalls in North Bali. Buleleng regency is the virgin paradise of a waterfall In Bali. Only a few known about it and the waterfall remain untouched because it is hard to get the locations by car. If you stay in Kuta area, to get Sekumpul waterfalls you need 2 hours 55 minutes to get there. The distance about 92 kilometers or 57 miles

How to get There & Tips

The best way to get the spot of Sekumpul Waterfall is to find Bali car rental with driver. You can ask the driver to escort you there without getting lost. Some tour agency in Bali also provides Sekumpul Waterfalls tour. Normally Sekumpul Waterfalls tour is a trekking tour. When you arrive at the car park, to get the waterfall, you need to walk on the path, shaded by many trees. After a few turn, the road that made from cement you will not see it again, further more you have to walk on the dirt road.


When you reached the waterfall, then you will realize the reasons why this waterfall said as the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. It has high about 80 meters or 262 feet tall, pouring plenty of fresh water. While you need to pay an admission fee to enter the waterfall, for foreigner need to pay IDR 5.000 / person.


Gorgeous Lemukih Waterfall – Buleleng

Hello gorgeous, for you fans of nature, with a view of the beautiful, quiet and comfortable then try you have to try visiting the Lemukih falls. If by chance you have plans to visit North Bali, Lemukih waterfalls become a must visit, besides visit to Gitgit, hot water bath or Lovina is famous for dolphin outdoors attraction. Waterfall Lemukih, including attractions that are rarely visited by tourists, Lemukih Fall located in Lemukih Village, Sawan District Buleleng regency.


Location of Lemukih fall

If traveling from the airport, Kuta or Tanjung Benoa took about 2.5 hours drive. Lemukih place in the village, district. Sawan, Buleleng. You can rent a car in Bali along with our experienced driver in the tourism industry. If you start from the airport, through the tourist area of Lake Beratan Bedugul, past waterfalls Gitgit, winding streets with views of clove and coffee plantation, about 10km from Bedugul, see the fork take the road to the right.

The uniqueness of Lemukih Fall

Arriving at the location you will feel the different atmosphere, beautifully presented and quiet nature, and unique views of three waterfalls on display in front of the eye. Rightmost highest waterfall looks about 4 meters, then the other two are on the left side. Water discharge is large enough and clear. Under the highest waterfall, created ponds, so that visitors can bathe and swim. Lemukih have 3 side of falls in one place and still empty of visitors, so it’s quieter, visitors can more freely enjoy her charms, including spending time to shower or just taking some photo.


  1. Predict the weather when visit, because your holiday will be very disturbing if it suddenly rains.
  2. You can bring your own food to save money during your travel.
  3. Bring your goods accordingly. Because if too many, would incriminate yourself.
  4. If a holiday, usually visitors are very crowded. So, it’s good to come in a weekday so you can freely enjoy in this waterfall.

Bali Mangrove Forest

Mangrove Forest is an alternative way to spend your romantic moment. Do not imagine to walks along a dirty mud to enjoy the spots in this forest, as a wooden road is provided to enter most of the area. Take your loved one to stroll along the wooden road, deep into the jungle, and feel the sunshine peeping through the leaves of the mangroves.


Feasting upon the silence and greenery of the mangroves is a great ecological reflection, and the hot temperature of the island is filtered into cool air. This is the experience that you can only see in the National Geographic or Discovery channels, and yet you can experience it yourself. But remember, do not litter.

Like all mangrove swamps, the Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve has been proven to act as a natural barrier against tsunamis. Undoubtedly, it is an important site for coastal migratory water birds and a portion of migrant forest birds. Also you can also find 10 species of reptiles in this mangrove.

Visit the nearby and well-equipped Mangrove Information Centre in the vast 600-hectare mangrove forest east coast south of Sanur. This center is doing great work to tell the local school children and visitors about the importance of mangrove forests. It’s a good place to spend half a day. The Information Service is also a museum, where one can admire animals. There are also plans to take a bath, where you can touch sea creatures. There are also guides available who can guide you through the park.


A beautiful Mangrove Forest is 6 km away from Sanur, Kuta direction. You are within 10 minutes at the entrance of the mangrove park. It is still unspoiled and not so well known among tourists. There are two different trails on scaffolding through the mangrove forest.

You can walk around on your own, but you do miss some background information, which you can obtain in the Mangrove Information Centre.
The coast south of Sanur is naturally protected by a green belt of mangrove forest. A portion of this well-maintained forest is open to visitors. While taking a walk, visitors can experience, what does the mangrove for good with regard to the local ecosystem.

Rain forest Crater Lake – Bali Jungle Track

The Rain forest and Crater lake Tracking 

Now is the time for you to join the jungle trek through virgin South East Asian rainforest by stunning crater lakes nestled in the central highlands of Bali. Driving deep into the heartland of Bali our trek begins by descending the steps to an ancient temple guarding the entrance to the timeless beauty of virgin rainforest that is part of a Balinese National Park lining a stunning crater lake.


What to See

Venturing into another world under the canopy of enormous trees you will encounter the wide variety of flora thriving in this unique environment: orchids, ferns, palms, fungi, vines, creepers, strangling figs and ground cover, the delightful sounds of abundant birdlife is constant and only the clamour of monkeys interrupts their melodies. Beautiful colored butterflies flitter through undergrowth, squirrels scurry from branch to branch in the canopy and occasionally, miniature deer are seen on the track leading through the rainforest. There is also a program to protect, breed and reintroduce the endangered South East Asian eagle in the area and you can see their large nests in the breeding season.

What to Find

To leads you through this wonderful world of nature pointing out plants and flowers of interest, explaining their benefits to mankind and to local fauna and stops to show you the best views in the area. After trekking through the rainforest we arrive at another ancient temple on the edge of the lake and have a short rest and snack/fruit break.  Trek along the lakeside and get a different view of the flora and fauna living in this stunning environment.


Other Activities

A freshly cooked picnic featuring fish from the lake and local farm produce by the lake-shore, after resting to enjoy the lakeside calm, we drive back along a spectacular spur overlooking two crater lakes where we see monkeys playing in the forest by the side of the road. On the way home, you can opt to stop at a local strawberry farm, a lakeside pagoda or a market selling fruit, flowers and other local produce. This is a full day tour. Pick up in the morning is depends on where you are staying. Our booking calendar provides a tentative start time, but this will be reconfirmed with you one day prior to the tour.

10 Mount You Should Know Before Action – Part 2

Hello Everyone, so today is time to share you the next information about 10 mounts in Bali Island, so please check it out down below before you go to do the hiking activities.

  1. Pohen Mount, 2.063 Meters above sea level

In 1994, in the nature reserve area is a major fire, endemic species of pine Pandak had become a victim. That year, Mount Pohen lost 30 hectares of forest. Forest replaced the paved road 3 meters wide (plus 1 meter shoulders on each side) to access the passing officers, 2500 liters of water per second disbursed during the drilling process. Yet this is the only natural forest left on this small island.

Trailhead: Geothermal Line, 1,550 meters above sea level, the only line in the south.


  1.  Tapak Mount, 1909 Meters above sea level

Such as coin, Mount Tread presents a paradox in the two sides. The southern slopes (the beautiful) stood Eka Karya Botanical Garden is famous for. All well maintained, with colorful flowers, green grass and pine were planted within a uniform. The north side is the side of his glum. Vila was set up Dasong forest clearing,

Trailhead: Line Pancasari village from the side of Lake Buyan, 1,225 masl

  1.   Lesung Mount, 1.865 Meter above sea level

Mount Lesung on the south side of Lake Tamblingan. That look is perfectly round crater with a diameter of 600 meters. Such as bulge eyes were going to swallow anyone who approached.

There is an aura is different in this mountain forest with moss cascade green humid, statues of old scattered some point (plus offering complete with the scent of incense and fabric clothing of the statue), Goa Nagaloka – old crater like a bottomless pit (sometimes still steaming heat), also mythical herd of deer that live in the bottom of the crater.

Trailhead: Village Tamblingan, following the river upstream Mue up to and from the small village next to the Bukit Shoots, 1,420 meters above sea level.


  1.  Pucak Adeng, 1.826 Meters above sea level

Adjacent to the village of Jatiluwih, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage on Subak irrigation system, there Angsri picturesque village. At the eastern boundary of the village there is a hot water bath, the rest of the breath from volcanic Adeng 1,826 Meters above sea level

It rained almost occur throughout the year in this area, forest cover and thick foliage on the ground avalanches characterize this mountain. The peak itself is just flat land with dense forests. Throughout the 360-degree eye can see there are only trees,

Trailhead: Through Pucak Adeng, 1,200 meters above sea level.


  1.  Batur Mount, 1.717 Meters above sea level

The object of the most popular hiking on the island of Bali, Gunung Batur, close the list of 10 the ultimate highlight of Bali. At least five stalls stand in peaks to serve hot coffee before sunrise. Paved streets and large temples were established until an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level. Pos Tour Guide is always alert since midnight to intercept the travelers who were heading peak.

Hiking paths: There are at least 6 hiking trail from the villages at the foot of Mount Batur. Two famous is from Pura Jati (1,100 masl) and Toya Bungkah (1,180 masl).


Exotic Jagasatru Waterfall – Karangasem

Bali oh Bali, for those of you who want to find a heaven in the world came to this paradise island. You’ve probably never been to Bali and feel the exotic nature of tourism, but who would have thought that Bali turned out to have a beautiful waterfall that is still hidden in the jungle of Karangasem, Buleleng.’


The next destination for you to visit is Jagasatru waterfall, Jagasatru waterfall is located in Pateh village, Duda Timur Village, Selat district and Karangasem Regency-Bali. Not many people know the existence of this waterfall, because of the access road to get to this point has not been fixed so that the few people who dared to come visit here.

The most interesting in Jagasatru fall is the falls flanked by two high cliffs, it has paid off when you reach the Jagasatru fall, the splashing water falling from the height, the atmosphere is calm and cool and trees that grew around it will became your own entertainment. The water flow is very clean like crystal clear as spring water comes from the surround hills. The height of Jagasatru fall is about 40 meters, but the size of the pool not too big.


Well, how do you reach this Jagasatru falls? First you have to go first to Pateh Village, Selat District and Karangasem regency. Arriving there, you have to pass through the streets of a fairly steep hill about 1 Km. Do not forget to be careful not slip and fell to the ground. The obstacles will be paid if you already get to the destination point.

For those of you who like the challenge of natural shades, this place should you go and you admire, occasionally try something different when you are the streets because there are many places out there that beauty is not yet known by other people.

The Purity and Freshness Of Guyangan Spring

Hello everyone, tourist destination in Bali Island will never end and it will always updated by the time goes and today we would like to give you an interest place near Bali Island, so let’s move to the other side of Bali, this is Called Guyangan Spring which located in Batu Kandik Village, Nusa Penida District, Klungkung. Gayungan Spring is the one and only water source of Nusa Penida, this region also keep the beauty as one of the favorite tourist attractions in Bali. Guyangan spring is formed naturally by nature. The location is 25 kilometers from the Port of Nusa Penida, it will takes about 45 – 1 hours to reach the location.


When you get there, you will see the magical sensation and to get the point of the spring, you have to pass the stairs with a slope of 80 degrees and the length of the stairs approximately 450 meters. After being close to the location, you will hear the waves sound were very loud. This adds to the wonderful adventure towards the fountain, when you bathe there you can see the beautiful panorama of wide beaches, steep cliffs and freshness of natural spring water.  When the springs Guyangan overflows,  it will create a beautiful waterfall where the water leads directly to the sea.

Guyangan Spring source is enormous and is expected to sufficient the water needs of the entire community of Nusa Penida, but only 30 percent of the Guyangan springs is used by the community. Along the way down from the stairs you will be seen a lot of large pipes, the large pipes used to drain water into people’s house. However local people said that Gayungan Spring also has rules to those who are menstruating is not advisable to go down.

if you want to challenge you adrenaline, you can come to this place and feel the sensation down the steep cliffs and enjoy the freshness of Gayungan Spring.