The majority of beaches in Bali are in the karst area with its distinctive rocks. Karst rocks have many unique cavities, this makes the karst area has a lot of caves. You can see it on the beaches in the south of Bali and also in Nusa Penida.
Many beaches in Bali are located under a magnificent limestone cliff. Some beaches also have small, exotic caves. Here are some beaches in Bali that have unique caves.
This beach is located on the west side of Tanjung Benoa, a little north of the Uluwatu temple. Its official location is in Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency. This beach is one of the favorite destinations of surfers because it has surf breaks which are quite challenging.
This white sand beach is also surrounded by many cliffs, you even have to go through a quite difficult road between two cliffs to reach this place. There are several small caves that you can use to rest or for shades when the sun is too hot.
Tegal Wangi Beach
This beach is located on the northwest of Tanjung Benoa. This is one of the hidden beaches on the Bukit Peninsula. This beach has soft white sand with a wonderful sea view. This beach is quite unique and exotic by itself. This beach is located on Jl. Tegal Wangi, Jimbaran, Kuta Sel., Badung Regency.
You can find a relatively wide cave on this beach. Usually, this cave is used by tourists who want to take a rest after enjoying the beauty of the beach. You can also find a tide pool that you can use to relax right on the seafront. Sunset views here are also extraordinarily beautiful.
Gunung Payung Beach
The beach is hidden under a large rock cliff. Like most of the South Coast of Bali, Gunung Payung beach also has a soft stretch of white sand. To reach this beach you have to go through a steep flight of stairs that is claimed to total around 300.
This beach has a stretch of a white sandy strip with great sea views. You will also find several small caves that you can use for shade when the sun is too hot. The wave at this place is relatively quieter than some of the surrounding beaches, so you can swim most of the time. The location of the beach is in Kutuh, South Kuta, Badung Regency.
Green Bowl beach
This is one of the most hidden beaches in Bali. The beach has a 30-meter white sand strip. You have to go down a 75-meter flight of stairs on a cliff in Ungasan. The official address of this beach is in Ungasan, South Kuta, Badung Regency.
This beach has two limestone cave that encloses small rock shrines. You can also use these two caves as a place to rest and take refuge from the heat. The best time to visit this beach is during low tide because you can snorkel safely with good visibility.
Diamond Beach is located in Nusa Penida, an island located in southeast Bali. This beach can only be reached by descending dramatic stairs. The stairs are carved by the locals to visit tourist visits to this beach. There is a rope handrail that will provide security for your trip down.
This beach has a stretch of white sand that is not too wide so that you can explore it quite easily. You can also explore some of the small caves. These can be your shelter when you need protection from the sun. The waters on this beach are also relatively quiet so you can swim here quite safely. The address of Diamond Beach is in Panjungutan, Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency.
Bali has many interesting and unique spots that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. There are several beaches in Bali with small caves that are very exotic, making them unique destinations to visit.