As good citizens and future generations of the country, they should know and visit world-famous tourist locations, such as Bali. This place is very famous for the viscosity and cultural beauty of its traditional people and they still preserve it until now. The great thing is that the Balinese people are very proud of their culture and everything about their place of birth. They pack it very beautifully and show the whole world not only about culture, but also about the exoticism of its natural beauty. For those of you who are interested in visiting one of the beaches in Bali, you can start trying by visiting Geger Beach. What are the uniqueness of this beach, you can see below.
Entrance ticket prices at Geger Beach
The tourists who come from outside Java sometimes have to think about the costs they have to bear at the time traveling. Especially for students or students, of course cost will be one of the most basic considerations. Take it easy, you don’t need to worry, because this beach can be visited with very cheap ticket prices. It’s not free, but the ticket price to enter this area is very cheap, only Rp.3,000 for each person.
Geger Beach is 20 km from Bali International Airport, namely Ngurah Rai. So to be able to reach Geger Beach by using a vehicle, you can follow along Jalan Airport Ngurah Rai and follow the road until you enter Bali Mandara Toll Road. Then, continue to pass Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai and at the intersection choose the right lane, Jalan Siligita. At the first intersection, you will find the Siligita Shortcut in the straight direction. Continue to follow the main road Jalan Pintas Siligita until you meet another intersection and turn right at Jalan Terompong. If driving in the straight, you will find Bali Nationa Golf Club on your left. Next, turn the vehicle to the right, then you will arrive at Mulia Resort Nusa Dua Bali. Right next to the resort, there is an entrance to Geger Beach. In other words, this beach is actually not far from GWK and Dreamland Beach.
Tourism Object on Geger Beach
Geger Beach is a hidden beach, so it is still rarely visited by visitors. So for visitors who want to be away from the crowd, this beach can be the right choice. This beach has another name Nusa Dua Bali and most of the tourists there are foreign tourists. The number can be estimated that around 90% are foreign tourists. This hidden beach is very beautiful, so it is still very clean and free of trash. There are lots of activities that can be done in this place, such as:
1. Build a Sand Castle
This beach has clean white sand and calm sea water, so you can build your own sand castle using a thickened bucket in this place. A set of buckets and other utensils is around Rp. 50,000. After building your own sand castle, you can just decorate it with the various beautiful shells that are in the place. Capture the moment with your friends by taking pictures.
2. Swimming and sunbathing
Geger Beach has calm sea water, so it is very suitable for playing water and swimming. You don’t need to be too worried compared to other beaches that have big waves. Even though you and your friends must be vigilant when swimming. If you are tired of swimming, you can sunbathe on the beach. On this beach there are lots of tourists who do sunbathing activities.
3. Boat and Café rental
Geger Beach is very different from other beaches, because here you can see the bottom of the sea water thanks to its very clear water. This clarity makes the seaweed on the seabed by the beach visible very clearly. This location can be a way to introduce natural beauty to the younger generation. On this beach, you will be able to see that there are lots of fishing boats that are used to find fish. To enjoy the beauty of the sea, you can just rent a boat which is widely available in this place. As a hidden beach, Geger Beach already provides many facilities. It’s just that, in this place it’s a little difficult to find a place to eat, because it is quiet compared to other beaches in Bali. So it is advisable to bring enough of your own supplies, because there are no food stalls and food or beverage vendors from hawkers. Although indeed there is a café on the edge that sells seafood and some international food, for example, pizza and pasta.