Gitgit Waterfall, conveniently located in the North of Bali, is one of the most beautiful natural attractions on the island.
One of the things that sets this waterfall apart from the rest is the fact that it is set in a plateau region, and it reaches about 115 feet. This setting, surrounded by verdant tropical landscapes makes the waterfall a must-visit attraction during your stay in Bali.
Gitgit Waterfall Sukasada District, Bali Entrance Fee & Swimming
While visiting here, you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the wild monkeys that inhabit this area. Keep a close eye on the banks of the river as the monkeys often come here to drink.
Upon arrival at the waterfall, you will notice ample parking space, a souvenir shop that stocks interesting pieces of art as well as a restaurant where you can grab something to eat.
The walk to the falls is relatively easy as there are wooden boardwalks over a small gorges and small streams. The route down to the waterfall is a only around a 10 minute walk with a few steps, but the track is signposted and easily to follow. The terrain is a little bumpy in sections, but the walk is short and under cover of shade.
To get to Gitgit Waterfall, travel around 70kms from Denpasar to Gitgit Village, Sukasada District. The entrance fee is between 10,000 – 20,000 IDR and visitors are welcome to swim at the base of the falls.
Please be aware of any guides offering tours down to the waterfalls. Not only is their service completely unnecessary since you can follow the path and pay for the tickets yourself (see the picture of the ticket booth below), but their prices are ridiculously inflated. The entry prices for adults is only 20,000 IDR and a child ticket is 10,000 IDR, so any differences to these prices is likely a scam.