The Sacred and Secret Canyon of Sukawati

The location of a hidden canyon Guwang Sukawati Beji is located in Guwang village  sukawati ,gianyar regency ,from Sanur Bali tourist spots, will cover a distance of approximately 20 kilometers and takes about 45 minutes.If you’re visiting the Sukawati art market Bali, then we suggest you for taking the time to travel to north  to the hidden canyon Beji Guwang Sukawati, because the distance is very close because it only takes few minutes to arrive at the location of the hidden canyon Beji Guwang Sukawati, from the location of the art market Sukawati Bali ,

1Pancoran water from the area, you still have a rocky area and is located about 700 meters to arrive in a hidden canyon location Beji Guwang Sukawati. In addition to passing through the area of rocks, you also have to pass small streams and having to climb several small cliff to migrate. As it passes through the rock terrain on foot, for those visitor not use to it maybe became difficult, especially past the slippery rocks, but don’t worry now available local guide to lead you and escort you to the places and help you to choose right trekk to be safe to walking through with donation for reward ,  Due to the location of a hidden canyon of Beji Guwang Sukawati into the category of a sacred place of Hindus, visitors are expected to be polite.

4For any artist, photographer, creative, or simply anyone who wants to be wowed by a real life view of nature’s masterpiece this secret canyon is a must-visit.The craziest thing about this canyon, is if you look hard enough  it is so uniquely shaped, one can even see a crying skull and other faces (lions?!) in the abstract landscape. And if that’s not enough, the colours around make for an amazing visual feast too.Sit on the flat of the canyon rocks, and dangle your feet while admiring the view – or get a little crazy and see how much deeper you can go into the canyon. (Make sure you’re as safe and careful as possible, of course!)When getting here, do be ultra careful as you will have to pass several rivers with a sticky muddy floor, and you might also have to climb some big slippery rocks.

 

 

 

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