Tabanan, Indonesia
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clock-o12 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Escape the crowds and discover the natural wonders of Bali’s Sekumpul Jungle on this full-day trek. Hike through ride paddies, coffee plantations, and lush rainforest; marvel at Sekumpul Waterfall, Bali’s tallest waterfall; and relax with a swim in a natural hot spring. Hotel pickup and lunch is included.
  • Full-day small-group jungle trek to Sekumpul Waterfall
  • Hike through the rainforest to Sekumpul Waterfall
  • Learn about Balinese culture and traditions as you pass local villages and plantations
  • Relax with a dip in the natural hot springs
  • Easy to moderate level hike: suitable for participants of average fitness
  • Great value tour includes hotel pick-up, round-trip transport and lunch
  • Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures a personalized experience
Your tour begins with pick-up from your hotel around 5am and an around 3-hour drive to Singaraja, where you’ll meet your guide and the rest of your group. After getting to know each other over breakfast, set out on an around 1.25-mile (2km) hike, trekking through the verdant rainforest.
Arrive at the Sekumpul Waterfall, the tallest waterfall in Bali, and take time to admire the dramatic scenery, with its seven cascades tumbling down from a tree-lined cliff. Cross the river on a traditional rope bridge then head down to the water, where you can bathe in the natural hot springs.
Feeling relaxed and rejuvenated, continue your hike through the local villages, stopping to chat with the villagers, learn more about Balinese culture and traditions, and sip some refreshing coconut juice. During the hike, pass by coffee and clove plantations, rice paddies, and coconut groves, and learn more about the different crops that are grown and harvested around Bali.
At the end of your hike, sit down to tuck into a delicious lunch (included) of typical Balinese cuisine. In the afternoon, pay a visit to the beautiful Hulundanu Temple on the banks of Lake Batur, before setting out on the return journey.
Your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel around 5pm.

Itinerary

Itinerary:

5am: Hotel pickup
8am: Arrive at the trail-head
8:15am: Breakfast
8:30am: Begin trek to waterfall
9:30am: Swim in the hot spring
10am: Continue your hike pass rice paddies field and coffee plantation
11:30am: Take a short break and drink fresh coconut fruits
12:30pm: Enjoy lunch at the end of the trek
2pm: Visit Hulundanu Temple by Lake Beratan
5pm: Arrive back at your hotel

Reviews

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, Nov 2017

The waterfalls and our guide to the waterfalls was fantastic. They welcomed us into their home and we helped prepare traditional Balinese food. Wonderful! Unfortunately nothing else on the itinerary was completed and not sure whether it was due to the rain or the lack of interest of our driver.

D
, Apr 2017

Our car driver was 45 minutes late picking us up from the hotel which was very frustrating given the 05:00am start he was also unfamiliar with the programme for the day and got lost when we got to the destination. Despite this we are giving a five star review because the rest of the trip was amazing.

Our guide Gede met us in the car park and we walked the short distance to his house for breakfast red rice porridge and banana fritters with home grown, home roasted and home made balinese coffee. After breakfast we set off to walk to the bottom of the falls, we couldn't visit the rice paddies because they rain had made the paths dangerous. Along the way Gede and his Daughter pointed out all sorts of things being grown coffee, spices, durian fruit, and many other things, we descended the 350 steps pausing to look at the view and being warned and helped over slippery ground. The views were incredible and the experience amazing. After the climb back we ate lunch with Gede and learned a little more about his home, his family and the area they live and work in. Lunch was traditional Balinese food but with no hot spices it was very very tasty, but if you like spicy food please let them know at the start of the walk as then lunch could be spicier.

This is highly recommended and will give a great overview of Balinese life as well as views of the island you may not otherwise get.


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