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Gitgit Waterfall, Sukasada


The highest waterfall on the island of Bali. offers a dazzling beauty, with fresh water and natural mountain environment is also an unspoiled forest.

Bali is a beautiful island with many natural and amazing place. Very famous in the world, and Gitgit waterfall is very interesting to visit while you are in Bali.
If you come from direction of Denpasar towards Gitgit waterfall, you can enjoy the natural scenery along the way. After passing through the village of Bedugul and Beratan lake which has cool and fresh air, you will traverse the uphill road with hundreds of monkeys who were on the side of the road.
Upon arriving at the parking lot, you will walk down to Gitgit waterfall. With terrain turn road area and up-down stairs. Local youth organized by the local village, offering services to assist visitors to this place.
Gitgit Waterfall which has a height of approximately 35 meters will spoil your eyes and has a natural charm that is so beautiful because it is located in the cool air.
Around the area there are paddy fields and also coffee and clove plantations, there is also a grocery store for buying Food or drink.

Gitgit waterfall is located in the village of Gitgit, District Sukasada, Buleleng.

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    Bali - Indonesia
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