Explore some of Bali’s best waterfalls and temples on this fantastic full day tour.
Lake Temple and Sekumpul Waterfalls Tour
Away from surf and the sand, take a day to look inward, and explore some of Bali’s most iconic and beautiful temples and scenery. Along the way, learn about the richness of the coffee and the culture, with a visit to the famed coffee farms and a lunch of traditional Indonesian delights.
Taman Ayun Temple
One of Bali’s most beautiful and picturesque temples is Taman Ayun, also known as the Royal Mengwi Temple, located in the Mengwi village about 25 km north of Denpasar. Taman Ayun Temple appears to be rising out of the water, with its large Hindu-style towers and architecture, surrounded by fishponds, flowers, and greenery. The distinct shape and ornaments make it one of the most culturally significant and recognizable landmarks on the island.
Coffee Plantation Visit
It’s no secret that Indonesia is one of the world’s largest exporters of coffee, but it’s at Bali’s family-owned plantations where coffee roasting goes back to basics. During your visit, your guide will walk you through the lush gardens with lessons on the native flora of the island, the time-honoured process of harvesting the beans and a sampling of the various traditional coffees and teas.
Ulun Danu Temple at Beratan Lake
Bali’s most iconic temple, Ulun Danu, sits on the edge of a lake formed by crater. Built in the 17th century, its towering pagodas are shrines to the goddess of the lake, and the gods of Mount Batur and Mount Agung, the island’s largest volcanoes. The smooth lake and surrounding hillsides make it a popular spot of photography, with the calm waters at the base give the temple the illusion of floating, with crystal clear reflections.
Lunch – A traditional Indonesian family-style buffet
No visit to Bali is complete without trying a taste the famous dishes and flavours of Indonesia. The archipelago boasts some of the world’s most distinct spices and sauces. Share a family-style meal of traditional satays, rices, rendang (coconut curry beef) vegetables, grilled tofus, and more. For the feint of heart, go easy on the sambal!
Hidden among the rugged terrain of North Bali, deep within the lush bamboo forests near Singaraja, lies one of Bali’s most scenic natural attractions – the Sekumpul Waterfalls. At 80m high, this majestic cascade is actually 7 waterfalls, clusterd together, that can be viewed at different vantage points. Gazebos have been set up for lounging while taking in the vista, or those wanting to get up-close-and-personal can cross the river to the base of the freshwater falls.
Twin Lake View
Relax and take in one of the island’s most stunning panoramas. The “Twin Lakes” actually used to be a large lake in the caldera (empty crater) of Mount Bedugal, but in 1800 a massive landslide, cut it into two forming Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan. The impressive scenery is complemented by Mount Batur and Mount Agung, with lush jungles and vibrant greenery all around.
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Duration : 10 – 11 Hours
Schedule : 8.30am – 6.30pm
08.30 : Pick up at the Hotel
09.30 : Visiting Taman Ayun Temple
10.30 : Visiting Bali Coffee Plantation
12.00 : Ulun Danu Temple Beratan Lake
13.00 : Lunch with Indonesian buffet
14.30 : Visiting Sekumpul Waterfalls
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)