Why Stay in Canggu Bali ?
From the vibrant energetic colours that jump out at you from the street art to the warm hum of a hundred conversations leaking out of trendy restaurants and onto streets traversed by artisans, surfers and yoga enthusiasts, the resort village has so much to offer.
Stretching between Kerobokan and Echo Beach, Canggu and the surrounding area has a landscape as diverse as the people who visit it. You can hike a volcano, visit lush green rice paddies or recline on warm black sand beaches.
Activities in Canggu Bali
The beaches of Canggu lend themselves perfectly to surfing. The surfing spots spread for 5km across the coast, and the strong surf combined with picturesque beaches mean Canggu Bali is an incredibly popular location for any level of surfer, from beginners to the world-class.
If you fancy something more thrill-seeking but family-friendly, a trip to Taman Segara Madu water park may be for you, with an Olympic-length swimming pool if you want a relaxing paddle to contrast the high energy rides and slides the par has to offer.
Horse riding is also very popular in Canggu Bali, with the premier spot in the region being the nearby Pererenan Beach, allowing you to take in the sea air on horseback. Alternatively, you can arrange a trot through a rice field to get a different view of Indonesian life.
Canggu is a great location
Canggu has a beautiful, laid back vibe to it that larger resorts and towns in the area may not provide. Where Kuta can be an incredibly busy, bustling hub of activity, Canggu Bali is a far more relaxed village, whilst retaining the variety of eateries you’d come to expect from any bigger resort.
Canggu is an amazing area that will no doubt only have even more to offer travellers to Bali in the future. There is no time better than now to discover this hidden gem that has enough to amaze the first-time and seasoned visitor to the island of a thousand temples. To make your trip even more special, book your stay at the Theanna Eco Villa and Spa at the heart of Canggu, Bali.