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INDONESIA - Bali - Gitgit Waterfalls, Campuhan Waterfall
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This is the first waterfall that you can see when visiting Gitgit. Campuhan Waterfall is a Balinese name that can be translated by "Twin Waterfalls" or "Meeting of Waterfalls". The environment of these falls is very appreciated by the visitors, with the water flowing in a narrow gorge.

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Tags: water; waterfall; river; riverside; cave; rocky; rock; nature; canyon; jungle; forest; attraction; tourism; tourist
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