Gitgit Waterfall, Singaraja

3.8
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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  • It is very scenic waterfall in Bali compared to other over crowded one. It is further few kms ahead of Ulun Dhanu Beraton temple (temple of the lake). It takes 10-15 mins to reach the waterfall but...  more »
  • We visited the GitGit waterfalls when staying in Jathiluwi. We had driver for the day and it took us about 1.5h to get to GitGit. Once there,we had a "guide" that took us down to the waterfalls and...  more »
  • So first I want to tell that Git Git waterfall is a chain of waterfalls and not one waterfall so you need to decide which one you need to visit. We visited the tallest of all and is the most visited.....  more »
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  • Nice waterfall. Worthy going there. The walk to the waterfall is by a path with local shops on both sides, I've been told it was 1km. The entrance was 20k. Before the entrance, at the parking, I was offered the services of a local guide, he said the money was for the locals to help them to develop. Also, they asked us for 2k for parking the scooter as donation. Just infront of the waterfall there is a nice spot for enjoying the views and maybe having some rest. There is also a toilet in that area, that was 2k (Feb 2019).
  • It's a natural beauty. It's preserved as how it is and is a warmth to the eyes. The turbulence and the cold water is worth taking a shower. You need to walk around and climb down the steps for around 700m from the main road to reach this waterfall and there is an entry charge as well.
  • One of the most accessible waterfalls in Bali. The trek from the parking spot is not that far, and the terrain is also very easy. Not a lot of stairs to manage, even if there were, they weren't very steep. The parking area is quite plentiful, with easily accessible toilets. Some food stalls are available for a quick bite. Lots of shops line the path towards and out of the waterfall. Be prepared to get followed by some nagging sellers. The waterfall itself is also very accessible, where people are able to stand right beneath the falls, despite the big drop from the top. Very instagrammable. Drones may be flown in the area, however beware of low hanging vines and the rather stiff breeze blown by the waterfall.
  • Love this place. Short walk but beautiful view. Would love to go again and. soak my body in the water. Would go again during summer time.
  • While we visited the place, in November 2019, the water fall was thin however, from the size of the drain, it seemed like that it was almost to its capacity. The fall is from about 100 Mt height. Indeed a scenic beauty. There are sitting area/benches on the opposite bank, as an ideal spot for snaps with background of nature. The reaching to the place needs a walk of about 400 Mt on steps of irregular size that can make one feel tired through excursion. There are a lot of stall vending for local artifacts and articles for which selling rates, are high compared to market but looking to the prevailing economy, are ok. Prices are negotiable. To enter the fall, 100k IR is fee that needs to be paid on ticket counter. There is a restaurant on the way as well. There is a parking lot along side the approach road and public utility for both gender is available on paid basis. The fall is worth a shot, once. Less of tourist, more of enjoyable the spot can be.

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