Bali is not just a surfing paradise, but also offers a lot of archeological sites that are truly unique and majestic. If you are going to Bali, Indonesia, here are some places that you should consider visiting:
Goa Gajah also known as Elephant Cave, is an important archeological site is believed to be a former heritage. The focal attraction of this temple is the central meditational cave. The complex also contains a stone relic-filled courtyard that has exotic bathing pools and sculpted fountains. The cave of Goa Gajah is shallow and inside contains 3 stone idols that are each wrapped in red, yellow and black cloths.
A note to those visiting the temple especially for women, it is compulsory to wear a sarong and waist sash that are available for rent at the entrance.
Surfing in Bali
Surfing in Bali is one of the reasons why the tourism in the island became developed, and who would not want to surf in Bali? Imagine the southern shores, where you will find rolling waves and majestic beaches that you can only find and experience in the island.
The island became famous with its first-riders in the 1930s, and more have come ever since. The surfer crowd are made of beginners and experienced riders who want to get a piece of the action. Newbies mostly head to the lagoons where the smaller and safer waves are in while professionals head to Bukit peninsula. Bali is a great place to enjoy the waves and pick up the sport, with board rentals and surf schools are mostly available for anyone.