Suluban Beach Cave Bali Overview

Located on one of the most unique coasts of Bali, the Suluban Beach Cave is amongst the most mesmerising attractions on the island. Admire the natural limestone formations, Suluban Beach Cave also has rocky steps and log ramps that lead to a tranquil hidden beach.

Also known as the Blue Point Beach, the Suluban Beach Cave Bali is one of the most spectacular beaches on the island that you can explore with the help of our special Bali trip package. It is located on the Bukit Peninsula in South Bali, and is popular amongst surfers and paddlers. The beach cave also doubles up as an entry and exit point for those brave enough to test the massive surfs in this region. 

If you can pass through the extremely narrow cave you will be able to explore the Hidden Beach that lies on the other side. The Suluban Beach Cave is a magical paradise. To get to this place, you must cross rocky steps and head to a small cliff which is located almost to the edge of the sea. The white sands open up to the hidden beach offering great views of the reefs, which is nothing short of spectacular. 

Many traditional Balinese warungs or food stalls, along with shops selling local handicrafts, beach hats, and other things line up the way to the cave as well. Furthermore, you can also spend some time marveling at the magnificent sunsets here.

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• Pass through a narrow cave at the edge of the sea to enter the mystical beach on the other side
• Enjoy surfing in the huge swell with waves reaching up to heights of 12 feet
• Take a detour to reach the Hidden Beach or Uluwatu Beach, known for its calm waters. You can enjoy swimming, or catch sights of a shipwreck while diving under water
• Catch the rays of the setting sun from here, and enjoy taking photographs of the ever changing colors of the sky

How To Reach

Suluban Beach Cave Bali is located in Peninsula Hill, around 34 kilometres from Denpasar. Upon reaching the Ngurah Rai International Airport, you can avail a taxi directly to the beach, which will take around 50 minutes to an hour and a half.

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Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit the Suluban Beach Cave Bali is from May to September. With bright and warm weather, devoid of any rainfall during this time, these months are perfect to visit the beach cave and enjoy different activities like surfing and sunbathing here.

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What are the best places to visit near Suluban Beach Cave Bali?

  • Suluban Beach: A nature lover’s paradise, the Suluban Beach is the perfect place to indulge in beach sports like surfing and nature photography. You can also take a hike Up To the nearby cliff to soak in breath-taking views of the surrounding islands and landscapes. 
  • Bali Uluwatu: Located at Suluban Beach is Bali Uluwatu, the best place to get your hands on gifts and souvenirs to take back home. Home to numerous stalls selling a variety of things, you can buy local handicrafts, artworks, junk jewellery, gift items, Balinese dresses and more here. 
  • Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple:The Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple is the one place where you can take a glimpse into the traditional Balinese culture and heritage. On an evening here, you can get a chance to experience the Kecak-Ramayana monkey chant, which depicts the story of Ramayana using traditional dance and music. 
  • Lovina Beach: Stretching across more than 8 kilometres of stunning coastline, the Lovina Beach is known all over Bali for its beautiful black volcanic sand. It also has an incredible underwater life that you can explore by taking a plunge inside with diving or snorkelling. It is also the hotspot of bottle-nosed dolphins, which you can catch sights of on a regular basis. 
  • Ulun Danu Beratan: Tucked amidst the highlands of the Bedugul Regency in Bali, a few short kilometres from Suluban Beach Cave, Ulun Danu Beratan, or the Ulun Danu temple was built in dedication to Goddess Danu, the Balinese queen of water. Consisting of four sacred buildings, the temple also has places of worship of Shiva, Vishnu and Sang Hyang Widhi, along with a site for those praying for prosperity, well-being and fertility. 
  • Menjangan Island: Home to unspoilt white sand beaches, beautiful corals, and an incredible underwater ecosystem, Menjangan Island also forms a part of the West Bali National Park Conservation Area. The island also has a huge population of wild deer herds, and is said to be the place where diving first started in Bali.

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What are the best places to stay near the Suluban Beach Cave Bali?

  • Suarga Padang Padang: Located on the dramatic cliffs near the Suluban Beach Cave Bali, this is one of the most famous properties located nearby and is known for its stunning garden terraces. The boutique property boasts of over 35 rooms, villas and cottages, all of which are equipped with world class amenities. 
  • Ayu Guna Inn: Ayu Guna Inn is another one of the popular places to stay near the Suluban Beach Cave, especially if you are on the lookout for something budget-friendly. Tucked amidst palm and coconut groves, the hotel has spacious rooms with modern amenities, including a friendly and hospitable staff. 
  • Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort: A lavish property exuding luxury and comfort, the Anantara Uluwatu Beach Resort is particularly famous for its huge rooms, most of which have floor-to-ceiling windows and offer spectacular views of the Indian Ocean. 

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What are the things to keep in mind while visiting Suluban Beach Cave Bali?

  • Remember to carry an extra set of clothes with you, since you can get soaked from the water while trying to enter the caves
  • Don’t forget to bring beach caps or hats, swimsuits and sunscreen along with you while visiting the Suluban Beach Cave
  • Always have some emergency extra cash with yourself, since you may require the same while trying to buy food or gifts
  • Do not go into the cave during a high tide or storm surge if you aren’t an advanced or experienced surfer

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