Postcards from Gitgit Waterfall – Hi travel junkies, I love Bali. I had a really wonderful, simple, but meaningful day.

It was a spectacular summer’s day. I brought my friends and the tandem bike to Gitgit Waterfall Singaraja from Jimbaran, south of Bali – with its amazing, sweeping, postcard-perfect views of Agung mountain, magical rice fields and lakes. Guruh Gipsy Album became our theme songs for this trip.

Motorcycles are a popular way to get around Bali, you can arrange rentals from any place you are staying. Regular buses and minibuses travel between the main Sukasada terminal in Singaraja and Denpasar (Ubung terminal), via Bedugul, and stop at Gitgit.

About 11km south of Singaraja are the pretty – and pretty touristy – waterfalls of Air Terjun Gitgit (adult/child 5000/3000Rp) The well-signposted path 800m) from the main road in the village is lined with souvenir stalls and warung. The 40m falls are a good place for a picnic when it’s not too busy, but litter can be an issue. There is another small waterfall, sometimes called Gitgit Multi-tier Waterfall about 2km further up the hill from the main falls and about 600m off the main road.

It was all very cool.

Happy Green Travels!

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