About 10km south of Singaraja on the road to Bedugul is the popular waterfall at Git Git.
It's a large, powerful waterfall surrounded by picturesque jungle at the bottom of an impressive gorge.
Accessed by a 1km long path from the main car park, the path passes by countless stalls selling mass produced handicrafts and is relatively easy to navigate, but includes a large number of stairs which could be difficult for the less mobile. The warungs in the car park are the best option for eating in this area and a pre-cooked nasi campur wrapped in a banana leaf is a delicious option (5,000 rupiah).
Given the small amount of time required to walk down to the waterfall and back, it is possible to include it as merely a stopping point on your journey to or daytrip around the north of Bali. Entry is 5,000 rupiah for adults, 3,000 rupiah for children and parking is 1,000 rupiah.
How to get there
It is also possible to get to Git Git on the many bemos that pass by on their way to and from Singaraja. The fare is 5,000 rupiah to the centre of town, but both the destination and price must be confirmed prior to departing as some bemos stop short of the centre of Singaraja.
By Adam Poskitt
Last updated on 3rd August, 2015.