Gitgit Waterfall

The Twin Waterfalls of Bali

The Gitgit Waterfall can be found in the north of Bali, just about 20 minutes south from Singaraja. This popular waterfall is best known as the “twin falls” or in the local language the “Air Terjun Kembar Gitgit” due to its flow which is divided into two equal waterways. The waterfall can easily be reached from the main road and after a short trek down the valley. Swimming is allowed but there is a local legend according to which the couples who bathe together in this waterfall, they’ll break up any time soon.

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In the village area of Gitgit Buleleng, there are at least 5 waterfalls including the Gitgit Waterfall that it’is the most popular and accessible. The access to the cascade is quite easy because, if you travel from Kuta, head towards Lake Beratan Bedugul, then proceed to Singaraja and at the end enter the village of Gitgit. On the left of the road, there is a signboard “Welcome to Gitgit Waterfall ”. When you reach the parking area of the Gitgit Waterfall, you will find first the ticket counter and then, after 50 metres, the waterfall.

Gitgit Entrance Fee

IDR 20,000 per person*

*Although we aim to keep the information on our website up to date, entrance prices may have changed since we last checked. 

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