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Gitgit Waterfall, Singaraja

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Take a refreshing trip to Gitgit Waterfall, an impressive natural attraction. Just a short walk down concrete steps takes you to the most popular sections of the waterfall. If you wish to get away from the crowds and enjoy the water in a more secluded spot, you'll need to explore further. With numerous pools, run-offs, and boulders, the falls cascade pleasantly down the hillside, creating excellent photo opportunities at each turn. The cool water and picturesque surroundings make the area a great local spot for a swim. For Gitgit Waterfall and beyond, use our Singaraja trip itinerary tool to get the most from your Singaraja vacation.
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  • Great Falls - we had a guide - man needed him but actually not - the only advantage: we were allowed to swing with a rope in the waterfall. That was fantastic and is possible only with a guide. The little girls who want to sell all the way through intrusive things were shocking.
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  • Beautiful spot. No matter what the guides say at the top of the hill... you don't need a guide. Expect the usual array of people trying to flog stuff to you, but keep going, it's well worth the walk. ...  more »
  • The place is nice and easy to access for children. No need to be backpacker. A very cool and very nice swim. We were lucky to have very few people in the cascades during our visit. We can't imagine when it's crowded. It must be something else ;((avoid / refuse guides at the parking level. Some also openly laughing of your gue... :)
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  • I have been here twice for now, and perhaps i will visit this place again because i like the atmosphere surrounding in this place by the way if you want to visit this place, you have to pay ticket as entrance fee here. And the price for adult is 20.000 rupiah(its about 2,USD*if the the rate of one dollar equal to 10.000 rupiah) and for child 10.000 rupiah.. On the way to waterfall you will see some art shop that sell art crafts, painting, masks, sarong or souvenirs and almost every store there sell similar item so perhaps you can do some bargaining if you good at negotiation 😉 and i recommend you to come here especially during the dry season because you will feel the fresh air near waterfall its some kind of blessing in breeze, in gitgit waterfall you can also do some kind of extreme sport like canyoning but you have to contact people nearby to do that and they have professional equipment and about the price you can asked them and negotiate with them
  • Guides are nice but really unnecessary. Only get one if you want to donate money to the local temple (which is what they say the money goes to). The guide really just tells you about some local plants and takes pictures for you. The waterfall is nice but a lot of water has been diverted for farming so it is quite diminished. Nice part was that it wasn't flooded with tourists so you could enjoy some solitude and the sound of the water. Go if it's convenient but don't sweat it if you can't make it.
  • Be wary of "friendly" locals offering to guide you around. They offered to show us around for 300,000 and show us a secret waterfall. We swerved it and gave a small donation to leave our motorbikes by the entrance. They even tried to say it would cost 100,000 just to gain access to the waterfall when we asked him. Later, we found out it was only 10,000 per person. Not such a nice local anymore. Putting all that aside. The main waterfall is great and the area offers an additional waterfall after walk along he twisting paths. Be warned, the paths are steep in places. We did the walk first and enjoyed a refreshing dip back at the main waterfall. It was quite busy so we had to wait to get a decent photo but was worth it. If you're looking for a remote, untouched waterfall then look elsewhere but we found it a nice experience.
  • Nice walk up and down the way to get to the waterfall. Its IDR 10,000 per person for entrance and IDR 5,000 for parking. There are some nice spots to take photos. The stairs going down closer to the waterfall are a bit slippery. There is a smaller waterfall at a halfway point where the pressure is low so you can go for a swim...
  • We reach the place when it was without people and kind a deserted. Last stop on end of our day. Long walk up and down and even lover to get to the bottom of the waterfall. Really moist place especially after some rain, which made the waterfall even stronger.

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The proximity of Lovina means that very few visitors base their stay in Singaraja; instead, they flock to this nearby coastal town. Lovina has numerous hotels, bed and breakfasts, and guesthouses spread out within the town and along the beachfront. The area tends to cater to the more budget-conscious, with plentiful affordable accommodations offering clean, basic rooms. Beware of hotels placed along the main road due to traffic noise.
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