There are beautiful waterfalls in Bali that deserve your visit. Some are easy to reach, others are more challenging. Most waterfalls are in the mountains in North Bali
This is the most famous waterfall in Bali. The Gitgit Waterfall is on the edge of the Highway Denpasar - Bedugul - Singaraja .The Waterfall is 300 meters above sea level and often visited by tourists, it can get very busy.
The Gitgit Waterfall is located in the village Gitgit, Sukasada District, Buleleng regency. Waterfall Gitgit is located between villages and clove plantations. All 3 series of cascades are on the same watershed. They have separate parking spots, all close together.
To be able to see the Waterfall Gitgit up close, you have to pay the entrance fee of Rupiah 3000 per person. Roads and stairs are well maintained, making it easier to visit.
On the side of the road that passes the waterfall, there are several souvenir shops. Along the way you also see many small children who try to sell beads. You will also find a lot of guides trying to show you the way!
The Gitgit waterfall consists of several waterfalls with different shapes and heights. Halfway along the way the scene changes and on both sides you can see coffee and clove trees. It is a refreshing experience to walk in this quiet area where the birds take turns to sing. The air is cool and gradually gets colder when you approach the waterfall. A short distance from the waterfall, the fine water spray will cool your body. Sometimes the atmosphere will become misty.
The first waterfall is Twin Falls you have to go down a path and stairs to get there.Twin Falls as the name suggests, consists of two adjoining waterfalls. Both waterfalls are not very high but the current is quite swift. Below the waterfall there is a small pond with very clear and cold water. This waterfall is sheltered in a narrow cliff so it is a bit dark. Green trees that surround the waterfall make the atmosphere cool and beautiful.
The second waterfall is a continuation of the Twin Falls. The source water comes from Twin Falls watershed. The second waterfall is a bit higher than Twin Falls, it is sixty metres high and as the water falls, it looks like white clouds falling down the mountain one after another. The falling water almost completely covers the rock face of the fall.
The third waterfall in Gitgit is called Waterfall Story. You can only see this waterfall from the bridge it is not so high but quite beautiful. The water is very clean and clear. This Waterfall is located under the bridge and covered by trees. You cannot see this waterfall from the front.
Waterfall Munduk is located in the Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng regency. Munduk Village is situated at an altitude between 800-900 m above sea level so the air is very cool and very suitable for farming, especially coffee and clove.
There are two waterfalls in Munduk. The first waterfall is located about 1 km from Restaurant Ngiring Ngawedang. It is a 15-meter high waterfall located close to the coffee plantation. From the parking lot, you have to walk 250 meters to reach this waterfall and there is a small entrance fee of Rupiah 5000. It is a beautiful path you walk down between a coffee plantation to arrive in front of the waterfall.
In addition to this waterfall, there is a simple restaurant when you are thirsty or hungry. Splashing water and chirping birds are numerous and create an atmosphere of calm and peace.
The second waterfall is named Toss Waterfall and is higher than the Munduk Waterfall. From the Munduk Waterfall you drive about 1 km to the north (Seririt) until you arrive at a corner with a direction sign to the waterfall.
Sing-Sing (daybreak) Waterfall
Sing-Sing is a great waterfall to visit. A streamside path leads the way to the falls themselves. There are 2 waterfalls here, the first 200 meters along the path. The waterfall might look small, but it is a beautiful sight. The water tumbles down into a small pool that flows pass the rocks into a small river covered by green vegetation.
You can swim in the lower pool, and the upper pool, called Sing-Sing Dua which has a deep swimming area, perfect for a cooling freshwater dip.
It was like a picture from a book…