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A lovely place to visit with easy access and good facilities. The falls here are really strong - the energy created from the water rushing over is incredible and quite loud! There is a shortish walk to the falls with some shops along the way...More
Fantastic experience during off season, extremely quiet and had the waterfall pretty much to ourselves. The ‘mandatory’ tour guide was helpful throughout the journey down.
Huge warning to all tourists beware of ticket prices as we were charged 300k per person to get in! our...More
This waterfall is really great.
It's a nice walk from the car park to the waterfall.
Although all those people of the shops do try to get you in to buy someting.
At the end of the pathway the waterfall appears just behind a nice...More
We visited this waterfall on our way to Lovina. It's absolutely worth a stop. Getting there is not difficult at all. It's also less touristic and therefore more enjoyable. When we were there it was just one more person apart from us. Natural beauty with...More
The waterfall is truly stunning, well maintained, easy access, great views. Try to enjoy the beauty of this waterfall from a distance, very fascinating. Don't forget to bring a raincoat if you want to be closer to the waterfall.
Our driver dropped the three of us in the car park across the road from the path leading to the waterfall. We were told we needed a guide. One quickly appeared. He led us to a kiosk where, against our better judgement, we parted with...More
The way to this water is just amazing.
Walking through the rural walkways and forest.
The people have set up shop on the side and would try to sell you stuff. A word of caution keep telling them you would buy on the way back...More
Went here today, was looking forward to this for so long.
Waterfall itself is very pretty, good for a swim after a hot trek.
The only thing that let it down was an aggressive wood carving trader.
She is one of the first traders that...More
Gili Air via Ubud or Amed (Solo F traveller with 4 Y/O son) (4 Replies)
Hello everyone, I am a traveller turned single mum traveller, embarking on my first solo trip…accompanied by the ultimate travel companion, my 4 year old son on 5th-18th May. Super nervous and a bit scared so please bare with me. Between trying to pace our trip so that he has a great time, wanting to take the safest and most practical route to and from the Gili Islands and wanting to see several parts of Ubud, North and East Bali, I’m having a terribly difficult time deciding on how to...More
April 13, 2017|
I suggest you stay in Sanur.. (have a look at Wayan Gunawans Homestay too ,perfect for a 4 yr old) ,get a driver to Jemeluk Bay in Amed..stay there for 3 days (Gamesh ,Blue Star or Warung Jemeluk)...then get the fast boat to Gili Air...from there get the fastboat to Pada ng Bai and that ticket includes free transport to Seminyak or Ubud.
Is this daytrip too much? (6 Replies)
Ok guys, want to get a few things done on a trip up-country. Starting from our hotel in Legian: 8:30 - leave hotel in Legian 10:00 - Treetops adventure park Then should I do 12:30 - lunch @ strawberry stop 2:00 Lake Bratan / Ulun Danu OR 2:00 - Gitgit waterfall 4:00 - Banjar (air panas) (Times are approx). What do people think? Thanks.
November 03, 2011|
IMHO the answer is yes but it can be done. Most of your time would be taken up sitting in a car. I would allow a day with stops to get to Lovina. Stay a night or two if you can. The highlight of going that far north is seeing the wild dolphins at Lovina at sunrise and snorkelling at Pemuteran neither but you would need more than a day trip to do this. Good luck!
Nine Days - What To See? (0 Replies)
Hi, We will be in Bali for nine days splitting our time equally between nusa dua, ubud and seminyak. We are proposing to see/do the following with the help of a guide. Is their anything I should add/remove to/from this list? >> Barong and Keris Dance >> Banjar Hot Spring >> Batur volcano >> Besakih Mother temple >> Goa Lawah >> Jati Luwih >> Sangeh >> tanah lot >> Thirta Gangga >> Uluwatu Temple >> Kecak and...More