Gitgit Waterfall

Gitgit Waterfall

Gitgit Waterfall is one of the famous and the highest waterfall in Bali which located Gitgit countryside, Sukasada sub district and about 10 Km from Singaraja Town or about 70 Km from Denpasar. The falls are set within a stunning tropical landscape, some 98 feet (300 meters) above sea level, and have a drop of about 148 feet (45 meters).

From the entrance near the car park, walk past rice paddies, through the clove plantations and into the rain forest. Enjoy the lush foliage and the cooler mountain air. Chat with the local vendors and their children as they offer their wares along the path. Descend the staircase and follow the path to the majestic waterfall. At the base of the falls, climb over of the rocks and dip into the water. Wade in the rock pools, or meditate on the rocks as the mist from the falls flows around you. At the end of the day, have a bite to eat at the restaurant just up the hill.

There are numerous waterfalls and cascades in the area; however, the three main waterfalls open to the public are Gitgit Waterfall, Story Gitgit Waterfall and Campuhan Waterfall. All have separate parking areas but are within close proximity to each other. Watch out for the wild monkeys who come to drink from the falls; they are masterful thieves with a liking for expensive sunglasses!

Beside of Gitgit Waterfall, there is another important spot point like the monument for hero struggle of Singaraja resident who dead on the battle against the Dutch colonialist. This monument is called Bhuwana Pangkung Bangka. This Monument is extant monument and idol of people struggle action against the Dutch colonization. This monument is located in Gitgit countryside and Sukasada sub district and about 17 Km from Singaraja Town . It is situated on the hill bank.

The facilities are available at Gitgit Waterfall is consisted of the parking area, restaurant and art shop. It is not far from the waterfall place, there is a place for taking a rest while enjoy the beauty panorama of rice terrace and Buleleng Beach. In order to visit the Gitgit waterfall, all visitors will follow the walkway down until the spot point. This road is one of the omissions in Dutch era where the local resident uses it to access other regions. On 1975, this Gitgit Waterfalll is opened as tourist destinations in north part of Bali .

The falls are situated in the village of Gitgit, 6 miles (10 kilometers) from Singaraja Town and 43 miles (70 kilometers) from Denpasar. To get there, rent a car, take a taxi or bemo (mini bus), or hire a local driver. Note that the walk to the falls includes some steep steps, so be sure to wear appropriate footwear. The Gitgit Waterfall visiting hours are from morning until early evening and there is a small admission fee.

Public Facilities

  • Parking Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Restaurant
  • Drink Stall