Beji Guwang - The Hidden Canyon
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang, a popular tourist destination in Bali, is the tourist attraction. Because the canyon is hidden, it is not surprising that foreign tourists refer to it as a hidden canyon. This canyon was formed by river water erosion in the form of a deep and narrow valley. Tourists who visit Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon always comment on how difficult and challenging the journey is. It is strongly advised not to bring children or parents. Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang, on the other hand, has a breathtaking view of the canyon that cannot be described in words.
Before it became a tourist attraction, the Beji Guwang canyon was frequently used by locals as a fishing spot. Around the river flow in the Beji Guwang canyon, there is Beji Temple, which has a shower for the local residents’ drinking needs. Its holy water is frequently used for religious ceremonies in its vicinity. It’s no surprise that the Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon is considered sacred and should not be approached carelessly.
Canyon of the Secrets After a photographer from Klungkung uploaded his photos to the internet, Beji Guwang Sukawati became a popular destination for travelers. Many people are drawn to this location because of the photos depicting the exotic nature and captivating scenery.
After a large number of tourists arrived, the village government began to manage Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang as an adequate tourist destination. Visitors are not charged an admission fee, but are instead asked to make voluntary donations to support the development and construction of tourist facilities. There is nothing wrong with capturing the moment when you are there. But remember, never leave trash in tourist areas.
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang Sukawati has become a popular tourist destination today after photographers from Klungkung managed to capture amazing works and upload pictures on the Internet.
The exoticism of nature and the charming high rock scenery make many tourists curious about this location. Even though you have to go through a challenging journey, it makes tourists even more curious about its beauty.
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang - History
The existence or history of the canyon on the Guwang river (Beji in Balinese means a river that is considered sacred) has been around for a long time. Due to natural erosion of river flows for hundreds or even thousands of years, it has formed a very charming canyon in the river flow which is right in Guwang Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency.
The Giwang river will end at Ketewel beach. Before becoming a tourist destination, the Beji Guwang canyon became a location for fishing for local residents. In addition, around this river there is Beji Temple which has a water shower that is used by local residents for drinking water and holy water for ceremonial purposes in the surrounding temples.
Canyon of the Secrets Beji Guwang Sukawati rose to prominence after a Klungkung-based photographer shared it on the internet. Many people are intrigued by these exotic and charming photos and want to know where they are. In fact, it is not far from the popular tourist destination of Sukawati Art Market in Bali.
The traditional village managed the Beji Guwang Canyon as a tourist spot after many local and foreign tourists began visiting it. Then, as of April 1, 2018, Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang became a legally recognized business. The Village Owned Enterprise (BUMdes Garuda Wisnu Prabawa) Guwang village manages Beji Guwang as an entertainment and attraction service business.
Visitors are required to pay a package price based on the number of visitors in order to maintain the cleanliness and sustainability of the river as well as the construction of other supporting facilities. The surrounding community and visitors are not permitted to fish, catch fish, or throw garbage into the river in order to contribute to the creation of a clean and green Bali.
Tips when Visiting - Hidden Canyon Beju Guwang
- It’s best to visit during the dry season to avoid the river’s rush.
- The best time to visit is early in the morning, around 9:00 a.m., so that you can explore all three gorges at once.
- Because this location is held in high regard by the locals, it is strongly advised that visitors dress and behave appropriately.
- There is no need to bring a lot of supplies because there are many food stalls.
- We recommend hiring a local guide to avoid getting lost because they are more familiar with the terrain they will be traversing.
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