The relaxation of travel mobility for the Indonesian people after the implementation of the Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) has a good impact on Bali as a world’s tourist destination. By Christmas until the New Year of 2022, tourist visits to tourist attractions in Bali are becoming more crowded. “We, the Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang Trekking Adventure natural tourism object, feel the impact of the easing of the public activity restriction, so that the number of tourist visits becomes more crowded,” said its Operations Manager, I Nyoman Ariawan Mastina, on Thursday (Jan 6).
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang Trekking Adventure offers trekking activities along the river with beautiful and natural panoramas. Carved cliffs are formed naturally by the erosion process of water flow and natural processes. This object features attractive photo spots and water play in nature remaining very wonderful. “Since I joined Hidden Canyon during this pandemic, we have designed the concept of changing market segments. Previously, the majority were foreign tourists but now they are the domestic market segment,” he explained.
At that time, the consideration was the very large quota or number of domestic tourists. The travel distance is also very close, the purchasing power is quite large as well as the interest, and the stability of the visit is very stable. The loyalty of domestic tourists is very large to visit Bali as well. “As evidence, in this New Year, thankfully we start to have many visits to our object and hopefully it will remain stable, even increase in the future,” he hoped.
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang which presents beautiful and natural (non-artificial) scenery, interesting, charming and challenging adventure still applies health protocols to provide a sense of comfort for tourists. The facilities on offer include hand washing facilities completed with soap as required to wear masks and maintain social distance. “Since the visit has not been so stable and good, we hope that the government will still give relaxation of the obligation to pay taxes along with the regulations that support the recovery of the tourism sector in the future,” he hoped. (BTN/015)