Bali Hidden Canyon

Hidden Canyon is a sacred place according to locals. Guwang means holy in Balinese. The canyon is still within the area of the village temple called Pura Dalem Guwang, which serves as a religious guardian for the area. The water from the canyon is used for the religious ceremony Melukat, a Hindu ritual where worshipers bathe in holy water.

For adventures, hidden means an invitation to explore. Hidden Canyon Bali, lets out a mystery just by its name only. Located in Guwang, Sukawati, Gianyar, Bali. The canyon intrigues adventurers to discover the place, to reveal its secret. Up until some time ago. The place was a secret escapade for tourists who get tired of typical Bali beaches.

Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang, the full name, is a set of deep gorges alongside the Oos river. The river, flowing from Sanur to Ubud, has eroded the rocks deeply for over a hundred thousand years.

The erosion carved the earth creating a natural masterpiece: different sizes of rocks engraved into amazing shapes and patterns. Before a tourist attraction, locals went to this canyon for fishing, an activity that is now prohibited.

Hidden Canyon Bali is worth a slow trek for about 1-2 hours. There are two trails to choose. The short trial and the long one. The short trail takes 45 minutes to explore while the long trail will also explore the rest of the canyon around 2 km long. Choose a long trek for the ultimate Hidden Canyon adventure.

visitors can always decide to midway if tired. Prepare good water shoes or mountain sandals, or go barefoot for a better grip. There will be a lot of walking, paddling, scrambling, and rock climbing. Good stamina is clearly required. Carefully follow the guide as visitors venture further into the canyon.

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