On every trip to Asia Bali is always at the top of my list. No matter how touristy this island has become from year to year, here I just feel at home. And despite the big tourism on Bali you can still find one or the other deserted place. The Green Bowl Beach is a super nice small beach and is located at the lowest southern tip of Bali. A 5-minute walk leads to the small bay in which there is a big cave. Crystal clear water and almost no tourist. I recommend you to visit the beach in the morning, especially when there is no flood, otherwise you can’t enter the beach at all.
Another great beach that I can highly recommend to you is Nyang Nyang Beach, also located at the southern tip of Bali, not far from Uluwatu. A super long sandy beach with turquoise blue sea and a great view on the way there. The way down is really quite exhausting, in any case take enough water with you. But don’t worry if you don’t, there are many locals who sell cool drinks and tasty dishes. Here you can definitely have lunch and enjoy the peace and quiet, as there are hardly any tourists.
Of course Bali is known for its many waterfalls and of course this is also on the bucket list of every visitor. So that you do not have to share the waterfall with 200 other tourists, it is best to start early in the morning. Most of the time we started at 6 o’clock in the morning, so still in darkness. This time we visited the Nungnung waterfall. A gigantic waterfall, which lets one or the other ray of light shine through to the sunrise. The way down as well as the way up again is in any case a challenge, but it is always worth it, especially if you want to visit this special place in peace and quiet.
If you don’t necessarily want to visit the famous rice terraces in Ubud or if you have already seen them, you will also find many great ones in Canggu’s streets. Here there are two roads on the way to Canggu that lead through great rice terraces. Especially at sunset you should definitely pass by here. You can really take great photos.