Green Bowl Beach is located in the southern part of Bali near Uluwatu,Indonesia. Some call it Bali Cliff Beach.
The beach is quite small, about 50 m long. At normal times of the day, with an average water level and a relatively calm ocean, you can only get to the central part of it and carefully walk to the distant grotto with the temple.
The waves are always here. Another key issue is that they come in different heights and capacities. But in general, this beach is not for swimming, but for surfing.There is nothing on the beach, no sun loungers, no umbrellas, no stalls.
The beach is considered one of the most picturesque and ideal for photo sessions and surf, Especially at low tide.The strong waves make the beach a favorite spot for surfers. During low tide, nearby coastal caves become available for exploration.
Access : Coordinates: -8.848628, 115.171025 / Green Bowl Beach is located in Ungasan Village, at the southern tip of the Bukit Peninsula, an hour and a half drive from Seminyak and Canggu. You can get here by scooter or car. / in order to get to the Green Bowl, you will need to go down more than 300 steps, along a not very comfortable and not very well-groomed staircase.
- Usually only surfers hang out here, and quite experienced, not beginners.
- At high tide, most of the beach is hidden under water. Sometimes it is completely hidden by water up to the very steps.
- There are two varungs and a room with showers and toilets. The service is paid, the money is taken by the owner of the warung closest to the shower. The price is laconically painted on a large placard.There is ample parking at the top of the cliff.
- When is the best time to go? : In order not to get into the rainy season (months from December to March), it is better to visit the country between May and August.
Go next : Jaran Hill, caves and stone pools on Tegal Wangi Beach, Shipwreck Cape on Nyang Niang Beach, Uluwatu Bali Temple, Bingin Beach Surf.