Gitgit Waterfall
Gitgit Waterfall
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Raymondale
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia846 contributions
Sep 2022
i came here three weeks ago when i revisited North Bali in September. it is the second time i came here.first time was ten years ago,that time i didn't stay longer,so less impressed,this time i have chance revisit,i hope can stay longer.when arrived,a man asked me if i need a guide.he said he can take me to another waterfall,that is colek pamor waterfall,if i visite both,it costs 500,000rp, gitgit alone costs rp200,000, cuz i am alone, so i accept it.yes,no regret,cuz the guide not only helped me taking photos, also explained some knowledge about nature to me,and most importantly,take care of me,cuz i am not that young, especially colek pamor waterfall,it is a bit harder to go there by myself. after visited Colek Pamor,the guide brought me to Gitgit waterfall,the track much more harder.i meant from Colek Pamor to Gitgit. when reached at Gitgit, the weather looked not good,i just took some pics of it,and enjoy walking in the water. when raindrops falling on my head,we think it is the time to go,so we left. the guide asked me if i want to go to his wife shop to buy something,i always love to support locals,so i agreed. after shopping,the rain becoming more and more heavy, the guide’s wife lent me a big umbrella. and the guide called his friend ,asked him to tell my driver go to the entrance of Gitgit waterfall to pick me up.it is very nice and warm experience.there are five waterfalls in GitGit village,and this one opened to tourits in 1970S. compared to other new found waterfall, it might be not that great,but i think it has its own charms, and worth a visit.
Written 30 September 2022
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madfamily
City Beach, Australia82 contributions
Sep 2022 • Solo
You have to have a guide for this and I highly recommend it. Rp200k - goes towards kids education. The walk through the jungle was so much more interesting knowing about all the locally growing fruits and spices. The waterfall is gorgeous and the day I was there it was just me and the guide.
Written 26 September 2022
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Jay L
7 contributions
Jun 2022
Such a magestic waterfall to visit. Worth the travel from Canggu up to the mountains to see the country side
Written 26 June 2022
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Enes M
Essen, Germany11 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
We visited Gitgit during s north bali tour with s private driver. He already mentioned that we need to take a local guide from parking area. I read before that this might be a scam. When we arrived as expected a local guide asked us if we want to support local guide community. I asked him what this ment and he explained that they collect donation for the locals near gitgit waterfall to support the families and offer in exchange a local guide to the water fall. He mentioned it would be 200k IDR for 2 people including the entrance fee (which is about 20k pP i think) but if we don‘t want to is also ok.
He was really calm and nice and they have a small booth where you can pay/ donate and get a recipe. This overall convinced me. Especially his attitude to just donate.
At the end he was really nice because on the way he showed us all the different trees and played a guesswork what spices which tree gives. It was actually really nice to learn and see. On the way there are a lot different trees which give macadamia, cacao, vanilla, muskat, cloce, coffee etc. Of course some of them were imported maybe long time ago and are still there growing.
The waterfall itself is also nice to see. It is really high and makes a lot of wind when the water drops to the ground, so its nice and chilly near the waterfall. The guide also made pictures of us and explained about the small temple there.
On the way sureley there are some shops but there not aggressively selling. They just say hello and ask you if you want to look.
We bought one small package Koriander Seeds and vanilla powder for 120k. You can trade with them and get it cheaper. At the end for me was fine to support them so I was fine with the price. On the top of the road there is also a small market with normal prices. After climbing up we really needed a coke and bottle of water (10k each).

Its up to you if you want to believe and support them but for me they were nice to me and the guide showed us a lot of things on the way so I am fine with it.
Written 16 June 2022
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Alison H
Melbourne, Australia18 contributions
May 2022 • Friends
I visited today while on my way from Pemuteran to Sanur. It was a fairly easy 15 minute walk from the road. Entrance fee is 20k. Guides will approach you - if you don’t want a guide, please tell them firmly right away. If you would like a guide (they can take photos for you, mind your belongings as well as point out the local features) you can barter a fair price. Please remember that these guys have been doing it very tough over the past two years. A really pretty waterfall and easily accessible for most fitness levels.
Written 27 May 2022
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Chester
Singapore, Singapore2 contributions
Mar 2021
Our driver brought us there and when we reached, a group of local guides approached us and insisted on helping us to guide us. The entrance fee is supposed to be 20K rupia only. They asked for 250K rupia. Even after we told them we don't need any guide, one of the guys continued to follow us till the entrance booth. Turns out the people at the ticket counter are working together with those guides. They asked for 250K rupia as well. We refused to pay and wait at some corner.
Only after the guide left, the lady at the counter told us we can pay 20K rupia only.
This is the least beautiful waterfall in bali compared to others.
Don't fall into the scam and give this scammer money.

Please watch out!
Written 20 February 2022
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MADHURKJAIN
Vadodara, India298 contributions
Oct 2019
Lovely waterfall, this was our last stop on the North Bali day tour. As you drive from Ulun Danu to Gitgit, you will drive through a beautiful stretch of road surrounded by greenery on all sides. You have walk up the steep flight of stairs for about 15 minutes before you reach the base of waterfalls. Serene sight with clean water, you can easily relax here for an hour.
Written 12 September 2020
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Priyanka Gupta
Kanpur, India1 contribution
Jul 2019
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 entire route is so green, fresh and lovely that no one mind.
Written 29 June 2020
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Emsann
12 contributions
Mar 2020 • Couples
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 took pictures of us from the different ones.
The sun came in and it was a lovely experience to see it!

However, the guy wanted 100.000 ruphia to the village and there were children all along the way that wanted to sell you things. It made us feel very uncomfortable and because he stressed us through the whole experience it wasn't as good as it could have been.
My advise, walk by yourself and take your time to enjoy the waterfalls.
Written 11 March 2020
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TheHumbleTravellers
Greater Noida, India684 contributions
Nov 2019
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 one.

You need to walk down some amount steps (just like any other water fall) before reaching this beauty.

We were completely blown by the beauty, we have seen lot of waterfall but it had something different may be the surroundings

For me its worth a visit atleast once.
Written 2 February 2020
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