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Hidden Canyon (Beji Guwang) In Bali – A Complete Guide

The Hidden Canyon Bali is an upcoming tourist spot on the island. So for those that are ready for an adventure, here’s all the info for visiting.

How To Get To The Hidden Canyon In Bali

The Hidden Canyon in Bali, also known as Beji Guwang, is located towards the South East side of the island.

Just down the road from Tegenungan Waterfall, it is around a 1 hour drive from Canggu and 30 mins from Ubud.

Once you get close, there are road signs leading all the way to Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang.

We always choose to rent scooters, which start at around 50,000 IDR per day, and explore ourselves. 

However be sure to read up on our renting a scooter in Bali guide beforehand! 

If you’re looking for somewhere to rent scooters from you can book a Bali Scooter or Motorbike Rental with Delivery.

Another option is to hire a Bali Private Car or Minibus Charter With Driver, which is pretty popular for day trips around Bali, and they start at around 500,000 IDR per day (8 hours).

For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.

Hidden Canyon Entrance Fee

Entrance fees start at 200,000 IDR for a single person.

Prices are discounted depending on the amount of people in your group. See photo below.

You MUST take a guide and prices include water, changing rooms and a locker.

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Hidden Canyon Bali prices as of April 2019

Best Time To Visit The Hidden Canyon + Tips

The best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the island’s dry season.

The Hidden Canyon is still one of the lesser known spots on the island, so is typically not over crowded with tourists.

However, as with anywhere in Bali the best time to visit is always earlier in the morning when it is usually quieter.

Don’t try and take your best quality electronics as they will get wet. We were lucky to make it out with our cameras still intact.

Take some wet shoes with you if you have some as your feet take a hammering climbing all the rocks.


Underwater Camera: GoPro HERO7

Waterproof Phone Case: LifeProof Fre Waterproof Phone Case

Sunscreen: Banana Boat Sunscreen SPF-50

Dry Bag: Earth Pak – Roll Top Waterproof Dry Bag

Microfibre Towel: Microfibre Quick Dry Towel

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Brett risking it with his camera in the waist height water

What To Expect At Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang Bali

Definitely expect to get wet! Furthermore, the Hidden Canyon Bali is no joke when it comes to climbing, jumping and clambering.

With chest high water from the get-go, be prepared to get very wet and for your feet to go through the mill on this adventure.

A local guide will help you with where to walk, stand and what to hold on to. Although please be careful as there are a lot of rocks in the water and it can get very slipper.

He also, helpfully, carries a dry bag for your phones and cameras, if you wish to take them with you but are worried about carrying them yourself.

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The beginning of the Hidden Canyon Bali is no joke!
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A bit of climbing and a lot of balance is involved

The trek takes roughly 1-2 hours depending on speed/ability and we recommend taking some wet shoes with you if you have some.

If you don’t want to walk through the whole canyon there is a back entrance, via some rice fields, which we saw some older tourists and families using.

Over all, the Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang was pretty cool, but nothing like it looked on google images. The water wasn’t so blue, although we assumed that this might be due to the recent heavy rain!

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Lauren chilling deep inside Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang
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The Hidden Canyon Bali in all its glory
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And the rice terraces that lead you back out

Where To Stay In Ubud

Luxury – Alaya Resort

Alaya Resort is located in the heart of Ubud, the cultural centre of Bali.

The resort is set amidst the rice fields, offering an outdoor pool and a fitness centre.

Guests enjoy free daily afternoon tea and tropical fruits. 

The contemporary Balinese-style rooms all come with a flat-screen TV and a private terrace overlooking the natural greenery.

The private bathrooms, decorated in artworks, provide complete facilities. 

Alaya Resort Ubud is just 200 metres away from the Monkey Forest and 700 metres away from Ubud Market.

Mid-Budget – Pertiwi Bisma 2

Featuring 2 landscaped pools and a restaurant, Pertiwi Bisma 2 offers guests a memorable stay, a 5-minute drive from Ubud Monkey Forest.

Free WiFi is available in all areas, and also free shuttles to Ubud Market. 

Rooms in Pertiwi Bisma 2 come with air conditioning, a flat-screen cable TV, an electric kettle and a coffee/tea maker.

Nestled within tropical gardens, they all come with a private terrace. Complimentary bottled water is provided.

Balinese dance classes, trekking and hiking activities are also available. 

Budget – Sila Urip Guest House

Nestled amongst lush garden, Sila Urip Guest House is located in the tranquil part of Ubud. 

Each room here will provide you with a terrace and a seating area, where you can enjoy garden view from each room.

Featuring a shower and private bathroom, rooms also come with free toiletries. Guests can also order room service. 

At Sila Urip Guest House you will find a garden and a terrace. The friendly staff can assist with bike hire, shuttle service and airport transfer at additional charges.

For more places to stay in Ubud, you can check the latest prices on

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