Attraction Guwang, Sukawati, Kec. Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia Published on: 24-03-2016
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Why Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang is special ?
The main attraction of the hidden canyon Beji Guwang is rock cliff view which has about 20-30 meters, with streams of blue sky.
Most visitors who visit the hidden canyon Beji Guwang, will use the scenic beauty of the hidden canyon Beji Guwang in the background of the photo.
For now, the attractions hidden canyon Beji Guwang Sukawati not crowded, because it is not banya people who know existed but it seems a hidden canyon tour Beji Guwang Sukawati, will very quickly known and unknown to many people, with social media like Instagram and Facebook.
Recommended for each end to always maintain the cleanliness of the attractions hidden canyon Beji Guwang Sukawati, without littering.
What to explore at Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang?
There is a beautiful and fascinating place that local people often referred to as Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon Bali. Hidden Canyon is located in the guwang village then “beji” word means fountain which is purified by the locals.
Beji Guwang Hidden canyon is a river with a stone wall that is formed and patterned very wonderful because eroded by river water for hundreds of thousands years to create a masterpiece that makes everyone amazed. in addition there is a beautiful engraved rock wall there are also some other things that are not as beautiful as the cluster of rocks with clear water rippling and calm in some places so you can swim in it
A quiet peaceful place makes this place very suitable for meditation or yoga because the nuances is supportive especially this place away from the crowds. Or it could be just a place to reflect or be a release the burg crowd.
How to get to Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang?
Beji Guwang Hidden canyon located in the village of Sukawati Guwang adjacent to the famous center of Balinese souvenirs shops. Drive from Denpasar about 15-20 minutes to the east. Because the place is not so popular so the signposts leading to the hidden canyon beji guwang abit lacking but the locals will be happy to give you a hint.
- What a hidden gem!
- Feel reborn after climbing the rock!
- "New" place to visit
- Absolutely gorgeous!!
- Off-beat destination in Bali
Guwang, Sukawati, Kec. Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Tips for you
I went to the Hidden Canyon with a group of friends. It was such a wonderful day we spent there. The entrance is free of charge by donation. I do recommend you to help and donate some money for the place so they can maintain the canyon. It's important to wear comfortable shoes and clothes which are water proof as you will get wet in some areas. The trip was divided by three parts and it takes around 2 hours and a half or so to finish. We had two guides with us and all thanks to them to passed some challenging parts! They are extremely experienced and know the place very well. Most importantly, they are very friendly and helpful, always with big smiles! It is a perfect place to go with a group of friends and also for team building. The view is breathtaking! A natural oxygen bar! Towards the end of the trip, you'll see a big area of rice field! It is so amazing! I would love to go back one day and experience again. Visited January 2016
It took us 2-2.5hrs start to finish. It's a circle, you walk all the way up the river and walk back for 15-20 minutes along some rice fields to complete the loop. It was 10,000ea for entrance and 100,000 (10 USD) for a guide for the trip. Guide was helpful to show us the deep/shallow parts of the water, show us where to step, hold our gear when necessary and know the route! I don't think you can find your own way unless you're a very confident river-trekker. My friend and I are moderately fit, we've both got some rock climbing / hiking experience and we stopped once for a rest, water and a snack. It might get very hot if you go during the high sun. You can sit at the end and enjoy the view, finish your snack, have some water (bring your own) and then make the easy walk back to the start. Don't bank on wearing your shoes for 90% of the trip unless they're the type you wear in waist-deep water and sand and can confidently climb rocks in when wet. We were barefoot for almost the entire thing. You'll get wet from the waist down, either via waterfall, river, rain or some combination thereof, so put your phone in your bag and wear some quick-drying shorts. Bugs weren't a problem even at 8-9am. Take a camera, just don't drop it. There was a sort of animal-picture-gift-shop at the end, they ask for donations but we took no pictures and paid them no money. They were okay with that. Highly recommended, do this in the morning, then go have lunch and a nap. Visited February 2016