Bali is a magical place where the culture is as rich as the landscape is beautiful and diverse. Away from the beaches and surf life, the island is full of hidden treasures, with the sacred Hindu temples, and magestic scenery of volcanoes, waterfalls, and pristine rice paddy terraces. Our guided tours will take you on fun-filled days to see the best that the Island of the Gods has to offer.
One of Bali’s most popular falls, Gitgit is easily accessible from the road that connects Bedugal and Singaraja. After an easy trek over a small gorge and cascading streams, you’ll quickly find the 40m falls, with crystal clear water flowing into the pool below. A small shrine welcomes explorers to the site. Enjoy the morning listening to the cascading water, snapping photos, or taking a plunge into the cool waters.
Lunch – A traditional Indonesian family-style buffet
Bali’s rich culture includes the wonderful flavors of found in the food. Staples include mouth-watering broths and noodles, stewed beef rendang, banana-wrapped fish and sweet peanut sauce. It’s no wonder that the dishes rank as some of the best in the world. Sit down with friends and family to a buffet of Indonesian delights, with traditional recipes of grilled meat satays, curries, and vegetables, tofus and tempes.
Ulun Danu Temple at Beratan Lake
Sitting at the western edge of the Beratan Lake, is the “Floating Temple,” the Ulun Danu. It is a sacred Hindu temple built in the 17th century for the goddess of the lake, Danu, and it is one of Bali’s most iconic temples and sites. The towering temple and pagodas, surrounded by cool, still waters of the lake and backdrop of greenery and hillsides combine to create one of the most photographed sites on the island.
Coffee Plantation Visit
A stop at one of Bali’s famed coffee plantation is a must for any gardening or farming fanatic, or anyone who wants just a taste of the incredible history of agriculture on the island. Take a guided tour around the plantation, learn about the native plants and flowers, meet the farmers, and watch as they work to harvest and hand-roast the coffee beans. Sample the fruits of their labor with an array of traditional coffees and teas.
Tanah Lot Temple
The final stop on the tour is the legendary sea temple Tanah Lot. It is believed to date back to the 16th century, when the high priest Dang Hyang Niratha came from East Java to spread Hinduism throughout the island. During low tides, visitors can explore the grounds and the rock base, where ancient sea snakes are said to guard the temple from evil spirits, while the Tirta Pabersihan fountain flows fresh holy water for blessings. Tanah Lot is inaccessible at high tides, but the rock formations and low pools create one of the island’s most amazing sunset spots.
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Fullday 10 hours tour
– 10.00 : Pickup from the Hotel
– 12.30 : Gitgit Waterfalls
– 14.00 : Lunch Buffet Indonesian food
– 15.00 : Beratan Lake Temple
– 16.00 : Bali Coffee Plantation
– 18.00 : Tanah Lot Temple ( Sunset Viewing )
– 20.00 : Arrive at the Hotel.
– Coffee Plantation
– Tanah Lot Temple (Sunset Viewing )
(Please note that all times are approximate apart from pick up time depending upon traffic conditions and guests requests during the tour)