As we all know, beaches always have that special magic in the air that makes everything perfect the moment you step in it. When you are on a vacation to Uluwatu, Bali this time visit this another captivating beach Green Bowl Beach. Green Bowl Beach is one of Bali's most detached shorelines, a little 30m beachfront strip with coarse white sand.
Among the amazing features at Green Bowl Beach, there are two vast limestone caves that enclose small rock shrines and also provide shades and shelter to the beach lovers and surfers paddling in from their fun time out on the waves.
The best time to go is amid low tide, when the quiet perfectly clear waters take into account awesome snorkeling, with predictable waves a short or past characteristic reef hindrance.
Highlights: This beach is famous for surfing and relaxing for a perfect sun tan. The vast majority of this little shoreline gets overflowed, here and there even up to the rock face and into the caves. Most of the people are seen visiting in the early mornings, with a few beverages and straightforward picnicking snacks, and spend their half or an even entire day down at the base.
Location: The beach is located approximately 75 metres down hundreds of steps under a verdant cliff in the village of Ungasan, which is 15 km drive from Kuta.