Balitraveldiary.com – Gitgit Waterfall in Buleleng Regency is the main attraction of the island of Bali. The existence of this waterfall proves that the charm of the Island of the Gods of Bali is not only on its beautiful beaches. The waterfall there is no less interesting. Located in the broad and sloping lowlands in Buleleng, the view of this waterfall is indeed able to fascinate anyone who comes there.
Gitgit Waterfall has a height of 35 meters and is the highest waterfall that can be found on the Island of the Gods, Bali. The visitors will be able to feel the atmosphere that is still very natural and beautiful when visiting Gitgit. Especially for Instagram photo hunters, you will be satisfied if you visit this place.
The best time to visit Gitgit Waterfall is during the day until the afternoon, in the dry season. Do not visit in the rainy season because the water flow is heavy and cloudy, of course also anticipate if there is a flood.
Besides being able to swim and play in the water under the splash of the waterfall, you can also enjoy the natural pools that are right under the waterfall. In this pool there is a shallow or deep and you can play slides between the rocks.
Besides Gitgit Waterfall, there are also three other waterfalls that can be found in the vicinity. And the beauty of the three waterfalls is also not inferior when compared to this Gitgit Waterfall. So it’s not surprising that tourists are very comfortable visiting here, because they can witness the natural splendor of four waterfalls at once.
Location of Gitgit Waterfall
Gitgit Waterfall is located in Gitgit Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency. To get to the location of the Gitgit waterfall, you have to travel 15 km to the north of the Bedugul area. From Bedugul to Gitgit the road is winding and up and down. Along the way, you will be treated to views of mountain forests and will also pass Buyan and Tamblingan lakes.
The location of the Gitgit Waterfall road is on the side of the road, and there is already a signpost so you don’t have to be afraid if you get lost. Arriving at the parking area of the Gitgit Waterfall tourist spot, you have to walk about 50 meters past the paved path to get to the tourist entrance counter.
While walking, you can enjoy the natural beauty of the forest around the location. There are also coffee and clove plantations which add to the coolness of the atmosphere. Each participant is charged an entrance ticket of Rp. 5 thousand for adults and Rp. 3 thousand for children.
From the entry counter, you don’t immediately see this beautiful waterfall. You have to be more patient by walking further to get to the location of the waterfall. However, the feeling of tiredness after walking is paid off by the fresh splash and splash of water that falls from a height of about 35 meters.
At the location of Gitgit Waterfall, which is open every day at 07.30 – 17.30 WITA, there are also many stalls that provide food and drinks, as well as Balinese souvenirs.