Get away from it all and explore the most scenic wonders of Bali’s natural beauty. The island is known for rice paddies, volcanoes, waterfalls and temples, and this itinerary is a guided tour to see the top spots – be sure to charge your camera!
Coffee Plantation Visit
Enjoy a morning tour of one of Bali’s famed coffee plantations, with a stroll through the gardens, learning about some of the island’s native and most unique plants and flowers. Meet the farmers, who have perfected their skills over generations. At the end, taste the fruits of their labor, with a curated sampling of traditional Bali coffees and teas.
Banyumala is one of the lesser-known waterfalls in Bali, but it is certainly one of the more beautiful. It may be slightly less accessible and harder to find than other falls – a 15-minute trek by foot – but the challenge is worth it. Two towering cascades, give the “Twin Waterfalls” its nickname. Take a break on one of the benches to soak in the view or take a dip in the cool calm water – perfect for wading and swimming under the falls.
Twin Lake View
Where else in the world will you find a vista of volcanoes, jungles, lakes and countryside? One of Bali’s most stunning scenes is the panorama of the “Twin Lakes,” Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan, which lie in the caldera of dormant volcano Mount Bedugul. Mount Batur and Mount Agung loom in the background, with green jungles all around. There are plenty of lookouts for photos or to relax with a cold drink while taking in the sights.
Lunch – A traditional Indonesian family-style buffet
Enjoy a break from site seeing adventures, with a traditional feast of Indonesian dishes. Most of the local favorites are made to be shared, with a selection of stewed and grilled meats, mixed vegetables, fried tofu and tempe, plenty of rice, and the Indonesian favorite “sambal”, a spicy condiment that accompanies every meal.
Ulun Danu Temple at Beratan Lake
Ulun Danu is a sacred Hindu temple that sits at the edge of Beratan Lake. The temple was built for the goddess Danu, and is a place for those who pray for fertility and prosperity. With the cool still waters of the lake and surrounding greenery and mountains, Ulun Danu is not only one of the most iconic sites in Bali, but Indonesia, and is featured on the 50,000 Rupiah bill.
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
Amidst the quite countryside of central Bali, lies one of the island’s most famous landscapes – bright green rice paddies and fields that seem to flow like waves down the mountains. The Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, named a UNESCO World Heritage site, are well maintained through the irrigation called “subak” which dates back to the 9th century and has kept the layers of rice paddies flourishing for centuries.
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Duration : 10 – 11 Hours
Schedule : 8.30am – 6.30pm
08.30 : Pick up at the Hotel
09.30 : Visiting Bali Coffee Plantation
11.30 : Banyumala Waterfalls
13.00 : Enjoy the Twin lake View
13.30 : Lunch with Indonesian Buffet
14.30 : Ulun Danu Temple Beratan Lake
16.00 : Visiting Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Village
16.30 : Driving back to the Hotel
18.30 : Arrive at the Hotel.
(Please note that apart from pick up time, all timings are approximate)