Impossible Beach is a magnificent stone-ringed beach. The Beach is tucked away beneath a white stone cliff, and the breathtaking vista of the Indian Ocean provides the perfect setting for guests. The beach has stunning views of the Indian Ocean, making it an ideal destination for tourists. Furthermore, surfers who participate in this perilous sport frequently confront difficulties as a result of the Beach’s strong and high waves. It is, in fact, one among Bali’s most popular surf spots.
It also got its name from the Beach’s path, which is unusual and difficult to follow. After 700 metres on the paved road, around 100 metres from Jl Pantai Bingin, turn west on Jl Melasti.
Things To Know Before Visit Impossible Beach
The nearest airport from the Impossible Beach is Denpasar Airport (DPS). You first need to arrive at a nearby Balangan beach as there is no direct access to Impossible Beach any mode of transport. The only way to reach this beach is by trekking the road ahead.
Balangan beach is at the proximity of 17.9 km from the airport. So, to get there you can take a private car or taxi that will cover the distance within 21 minutes.In fact, the cheapest way to get from the airport to Balangan beach is a private car or taxi that will cost between INR 900 to INR 1100 only. After that, you need to trek a terrain while keeping your eyes for signs that direct you to the Impossible Beach.
The best time to come to Impossible Beach is in April, May, June, September, and October just before and just after high season. Also, the months from July to August, Easter Holidays, Christmas, and New Year are the high season that witnesses a lot of visitors
Location: Pecatu, South Kuta District, Badung Regency, Bali (Next to Balangan beach)
Timings: Open 24 hours
Price: The Impossible beach has no entry free. Thus, it is free for locals and foreigners alike.