Uluwatu is legendary amongst surfers of all ranks for its cracking wave breaks. The name is also synonymous with a much-revered temple in the sprawling forest peninsula.
Definitely visit Uluwatu Temple which sits on the south-western edge of a limestone cliff. The surf breaks near Uluwatu is also named after the temple, which is part of the surfing playgrounds of the island’s southern coast.
During the evenings, the cliff temple and setting sun serve as a wonderful background to the Kecak dances that are regularly held at the open-air theatre, located only several hundred meters south of the complex. Beware of the monkeys, as they are naturally adept pickpockets.
You will need someone to capture that special moment on the cliff, why not bring along a local photographer, they are happy to help you capture all those unforgettable moments.