8 Hidden Natural Attractions In Bali

Bali’s Attractions That Only Locals Know

8 Hidden Natural Attractions In BaliBali is a popular tourist destination with famous attractions that are a perfect mix of nature and ancient civilization. However, besides these crowded destinations, Bali shelters many hidden treasures that are rarely visited by tourists even though their beauty is truly inspiring. The hidden natural attractions in Bali are perfect for nature enthusiasts who are looking for a relaxing experience, away from the stress and chaos that surround the other spots on the island. In fact, this is one of the reasons why yoga vacations in Bali are nowadays so popular.

The Sacred and Secret Canyon of Sukawati

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The abstract landscape of the canyon is a real nature masterpiece that combines incredible colors, magnificent rock formations and crystal clear water in various shades of blue and green.

This magnificent nature work of art is a great place for those who are looking for inner peace and inspiration.

The Secret Gardens Of Sambagan

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Situated in the village with the same name, the Gardens of Sambangan offer awe-inspiring views of all the wonderful natural attractions in the region. Formed out of a chain of 7 cascading waterfalls and numerous natural pools, the Gardens of Sambangan are great a trekking destination with lush vegetation, beautiful scenery and unspoiled nature.

The Peguyangan Waterfall, Nusa Penida

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Now that we are on the topic of amazing waterfalls, Bali is also home to Peguyangan Waterfall, a majestic fall consisting of many cascading spring fountains that descend from the steep ravine into the sea. Peguyangan Waterfall is the perfect destination in Bali for gorgeous views and the cool ocean breeze.

The High Cliff At Melasti Beach

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The rock formations and rocky cliffs at Melasti Beach offer incredible views of the ocean and the sandy beaches. Also, the high cliffs are perfect for rock climbers and hikers. After rain a waterfall appears on the cliff top making its way down the rocks and into the ocean and creating a great natural spectacle.

Pinggan Village And Mount Batur

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Mount Batur is one of the most visited volcanoes in Bali however, if you head to Pinggan village, you will be able to admire the stunning landscapes of the volcanic mountain without being surrounded by hundreds of tourists. The sunrise and sunset you will be able to see from the village are not only spectacular but also the best ones in the world.

Angel’s Billabong, Nusa Penida

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Situated in Nusa Penida, Angel’s Billabong is a natural pool with crystalline water in gorgeous green hues and it is the perfect Bali spot for walking comfortably in the water. According to visitors and locals, the floors of the natural pool are not at all slippery and uncomfortable to walk on. The colors, the landscapes and the water of Angel’s Billabong are a secret Bali getaway that shouldn’t be missed.

Atuh Beach, Nusa Penida

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Nusa Penida is also the place where you can find a stunning secluded beach with white sand, dramatic cliffs and amazing views of the neighbor islands, such as the striking peaks of the Labuan Ampuak Island.

The Green Cliffs, Undisan Bangli

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If you want to be surrounded by amazing shades of green and lush vegetation, visit the Green Cliffs. Sheltering a ravine, the cliffs are covered in dark green moss that creates spectacular scenery. While visiting the area around the moss-covered cliffs, you will find another hidden treasure: a little grotto where you can swim to discover the underwater world that exists underneath the cliffs.

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