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When we arrived at the parking lot, our driver Wayan told us we didn't need a guide and that you pay to go in further down the path. I had been here years ago and now there were cement stairs and pathways making it easy...More
We were barely parked that already a guide came and told us that we have to pay 200.000 IDR/p. We refused and were ready to go back in the car and then he told us that we can pay downstairs there is the normal entrance...More
Their are a gang of fake munduk guides that try scamming you from the moment you leave the car . You dont require a guide for the waterfall but they will try force themselves on you . Dont fall for it do it yourself pay...More
We visited Gitgit waterfalls as part of a pre arranged tour with our guide. She led us down a-short alleyway passed some hawker stalls to the entrance where we were charged 20k rupiah each. This is reputed to be the tallest waterfall in Bali, and...More
Please please please don’t do what we did and blindly follow a “guide” - you get whacked with a 250k IDR bill per person to have a con man “guide” you around one tiny part of this 7 waterfall natural site, the part they have...More
Walked about 700meters to reach this waterfall from entrance. Not too far , the walk itself is so pleasant & past by some local houses kids playing along the backyard.
Some Local communities will ask for extra bucks to guide you through the trail to...More
The official entrance fee is 20K for one person however our driver told us that we can’t enter without booking a guide and he said it is 200 K for each person. We trusted him and we paid. But then we saw some people without...More
As soon as we arrived at the Parking we were strongly advised by our driver to hire a guide to bring us to the waterfall. Total costs 150.000 rupia per person. It was a bit much but it would be related to a children education...More
Response from LeeLoves2Travel | Reviewed this property |
The walk into the falls is only 10-15 minutes and an easy walk. There are steps and a path, nothing vigorous. There are several parts to the falls but just follow along the path. We didn’t use a guide but that’s up to you.
Response from tanveer1987 | Reviewed this property |
Accessible yes. But you need to take care of them while you are inside. The walk till the falls can be slippery at times. Specially near the waterfalls, the water splashes to a good enough distance and the rocks around it... More
Accessible yes. But you need to take care of them while you are inside. The walk till the falls can be slippery at times. Specially near the waterfalls, the water splashes to a good enough distance and the rocks around it are very dangerous to step on. You just need to be alert.