One of the most secluded beaches in Bali, Green Bowl beach is located in Ungasan, about 15 minutes from any town. The steep descent of hundreds of steps make this beach less populated, with only a few surfers and adventurous folks willing to make the effort. Limestone caves on the beach are perfect for taking a break.
However, its biggest advantage is its exclusivity as the beach is rarely crowded and visited by serious adventure and surfing enthusiasts. One needs to descend a flight of more than a hundred steps to reach the beach and this perhaps acts as a big deterrent. Yet, it ensures that the beach remains secluded and tranquil almost all the time.
The Green Bowl Beach is perfect for surfers. In fact, the beach is for serious and experienced surfers, since it is known to have one of the strongest currents of the island. The climb down also adds to the adventure and the quiet nature coupled with the magnificent beauty is the main attractions of the Green Bowl Beach.
One can enjoy various water sports or gaze at the tides of the water. In short, the different things that one can do at the beach include surfing, swimming, paddling, snorkelling and lazing on the sands.
There are also two limestone caves that dot the beach. These are great spots to retire to after a tiring surf, to take shade or to explore the rock shrines that they house.