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Gitgit Waterfall

Gitgit Waterfall

4.1/516 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The local name of the waterfall is "gitgit waterfall" in the mountains of northern Bali. Located in the village between Singaraja and Water Temple. The road conditions are not bad except that the road is a bit far here, and you can basically park on the side of the main road. It takes less than 10 minutes to get off the bus and walk to the ticket office, and then you will reach the waterfall in less than 10 minutes. Generally speaking, the road is not difficult to walk, suitable for tourists of all ages. But to be honest, the waterfall is far from spectacular in China. But in Bali this place is not bad. Generally speaking, this waterfall is divided into two parts. One part is in a natural cave. Two small waterfalls cross into the bottom of the valley. It should be possible to swim, but I went there. It rained heavily that day and there were basically no tourists, so I gave up swimming. The other part is about a few hundred meters downstream, where the water potential is relatively large and relatively spectacular. There was a waterfall not far from the surrounding area, but it was too rainy and gave up. One more thing to focus on: I spent 200k/person on the entrance fee for the waterfall. This price includes the cost of the tour guide. But I saw other netizens saying that the ticket is only 10k, and I don't know if I stepped on the thunder. But to be honest, having a tour guide is also very convenient, at least it can help you take two photos, otherwise it is not easy to find a personal photo on the spot. Of course, it doesn’t matter if you want to walk by yourself. After getting off the bus, you don’t need to bother about those people and just walk straight down. There is a ticket office about 7 to 8 minutes on foot. You can buy tickets directly here. This waterfall is not really big"