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Around about 11km south of Singaraja, a well-signposted path goes 800m west from the main road to the touristy waterfall, Air Terjun Gitgit. The path is lined with souvenir stalls and guides to nowhere. The 40m waterfalls pound away and the mists are more refreshing than any air-con.
About 2km further up the hill, there’s a multi-tiered waterfall about 600m off the western side of the main road. The path crosses a narrow bridge and follows the river up past several small sets of waterfalls, through verdant jungle.
Regular bemo and minibuses between Denpasar and Singaraja stop at Gitgit. Gitgit is also a major stop on organised tours of central and north Bali.