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1 Ayung Whitewater Rafting
Ayung Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater and white knuckles

This Bali experience will simply take your breath away. Meeting strict safety and service standards, the Ayung River rafting trip will challenge you every step of the way. The thrilling adventure begins in the foothills of the sacred Mount Agung and from the moment you drop into the first set of rapids with your experienced guide your heart will be racing and adrenalin pumping.

In a continual spray of white clear water, you will rush past steep banks while rafting straight through cascading waterfalls of cold natural spring water. The guides will give you instruction and work with you to safely navigate the raft through torrents, twists, tight turns and rapids. And when its over there are modern showers and changing facilities complete with fresh towels.

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1 Ayung Whitewater Rafting

Ayung Whitewater Rafting

 
2 Bali Street Food Experience
Bali Street Food Experience

GET A TASTE FOR LOCAL COOKING

In the afternoon meet your local food specialist guide and drive to a traditional Balinese house on the outskirts of Ubud where you are welcomed by a Brahman. See how coconut oil is produced and used to make ‘Pepes Clengis’, a steamed grated dish with Balinese spices wrapped in Banana leaves. Continuing your culinary discovery, stop at a small Warung for a refreshment called ‘Cendol’, a jelly-like drink.

Next, take a walk around the famous Gianyar Night Market, which has some of the best food in Bali. The scene is brilliant - a local food haven with the sight and smells of hundreds of cooking pots, where families gather to eat delicacies such as roast pig, sweet cakes, coconut balls and fried bananas. Try more Balinese specialities here then end the evening at a bamboo restaurant for a ‘Megibung’ dining experience, in which people share meals on a plate or Banana leaf.

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2 Bali Street Food Experience

Bali Street Food Experience

 
3 Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour
Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour

See the top two temples

Drive north to the island’s central highlands region renowned for its stunning beauty and three caldera lakes and your first visit is to the iconic Ulun Danu Temple. This important Hindu Shivaite water temple is located on a small jut of land on the calm waters of Lake Beratan. Then continue to the village of Asah Gobleg for fine views of more lakes before heading to Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, home to lots of macaque monkeys.

Later head south to Bali's most famous temple complex at Tanah Lot. With its spectacular location, Tanah Lot is an integral part of Balinese mythology and one of seven sea temples that are said to form a ‘chain’ around the island. The temple is only accessible at low tide but despite its off-shore location in the Indian Ocean, it features a fresh water spring at its base which is said to contain holy water. You arrive in time for sunset.

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3 Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour

Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour

 
4 Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour
Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour

See the best of the East

The first stop is at Kerta Gosa, the former Courts of Justice in Klungkung which date back to the 18th century. Then continue along the east coast to the fishing village of Kusamba. Here the beaches are made up from black lava sand which sparkles in the midday sun and along the beach the colourful fishing boats are standing at the ready for their daily trips.

Visit the eerie bat caves of Goa Lawah where the walls are covered with thousands of bats. The caves are considered to be holy and are protected with a shrine and temple at the entrance. Then stop at Tenganan and see villagers weaving the famous gringsing sarongs, which are said to have special powers for the wearer. After lunch in Candidasa stop at the royal bathing pools of Tirtaganggad.


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4 Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour

Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour

 
5 Best of Northern Bali Day Tour
Best of Northern Bali Day Tour

See the best of the North

On this comprehensive tour you leave the lowlands and relatively flat rice fields of Tabanan and drive into the steeper mountain region of Bedugul. The vegetation changes as you continue to the alpine countryside and stop at Pacung amid beautiful rice terraces and also visit the colourful fruit market of Candi Kuning and watch the locals haggling over the produce.

On reaching the mountain resort of Bedugul and Lake Beratan, you visit the delightful Ulun Danu Temple dedicated to the Goddess of the waters before travelling north along the winding roads to the sacred hot springs of Banjar for a refreshing soak. Pass clove and coffee plantations and Lovina's black lava sand beaches and after lunch the return journey will make a final stop at the beautiful Gitgit waterfall.

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5 Best of Northern Bali Day Tour

Best of Northern Bali Day Tour

 
6 Bumbu Bali Cooking Class
Bumbu Bali Cooking Class

Learn to cook the Bali way

Enjoy a cookery class that offers an insightful introduction to the unique culinary heritage of Bali and the exotic ingredients it uses. The class starts with an early morning visit to the local vegetable and fish markets in order to select the freshest ingredients for your menu. The market will be bustling with activity as local residents usually complete their daily shopping by 8am.

Arrive at the class venue with full shopping baskets and enjoy a traditional Balinese breakfast of fruit and cakes made from rice and palm sugar. It’s then time to enter the kitchen to begin your masterclass, in which you will be guided through the techniques and flavours required to produce a range of mouth-watering dishes. Then sit down and enjoy the sumptuous feast you have prepared.

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6 Bumbu Bali Cooking Class

Bumbu Bali Cooking Class

 
7 Haunted Valley and Waterfall
Haunted Valley and Waterfall

A RIDE INTO GHOST VALLEY

This day of adventure begins at the Munduk Wilderness Base Camp where you pick up your mountain bike and after a safety briefing begin your journey to the Finn Komodo, over a combination of sealed and dirt roads. Then set off on the bicycles with your guide, and enjoy the peace of the country roads taking a break for a walk through the rice-fields, emerging at a pick up spot where the vehicles are waiting.

Then drive on to the beautiful waterfall region where, after a 15 minute leisurely walk into the Valley of the Ghosts (Lembah Jinn), you find lots of bathing spots in the stream and quiet places for exploration and meditation. Rested and refreshed, enjoy a snack before walking back up to the road for the drive back to the Base Camp where you sit down to an early dinner before being taken back to your hotel..

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7 Haunted Valley and Waterfall

Haunted Valley and Waterfall

 
8 Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour
Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour

Monkey magic in the forest

This special day starts with a fascinating performance of Barong Dance then you continue your exploration of the Balinese arts with a stop at three villages near Ubud known for their crafts. Visit Gunung Kawi, a Hindu temple complex north-east of Ubud which comprises 10 rock-cut shrines carved into the cliff face. The countryside is lush and the footpath leading to the temple passes through terraced rice fields.

Travel on to the village of Kintamani for the best views of Mount Batur, an active volcano which sits alongside Lake Batur and enjoy a buffet lunch in a restaurant overlooking the volcano. On the return journey, stop at Goa Gajah in Bedulu, often called the Elephant Cave, and the final stop is Ubud Monkey Forest, a nature reserve and temple complex home to hundreds of crab-eating macaque monkeys.

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8 Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour

Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour

 
9 Off Road Bali
Off Road Bali

Take the roads less travelled

Using customised Land Rovers this excursion goes off-road and into the superb countryside surrounding Gunung Batukaru, Bali's second-highest mountain. The goal is the bamboo forest restaurant, which is set deep in this mountainous region of the island and where you have lunch. There is so much to see and take in en route as this is the heartland of Bali where rice paddies, traditional villages and friendly Balinese await.

Highlights include the seemingly endless UNESCO-recognised rice terraces at Jatiluwih and the dramatically located 11th century Hindu temple of Batukaru. This is an adventurous but not strenuous trip and your 4X4 Land Rover is equipped with air-conditioning and comfortably seats a maximum of just six people plus the guide and expert driver. Photo opportunities abound as you explore little-visited temples and small villages.

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9 Off Road Bali

Off Road Bali

 
10 Picturesque Central Bali
Picturesque Central Bali

Visit the heart of the island

This excursion begins with a drive into Central Bali to the small town of Mengwi. Long associated with the Balinese Royal Family, Mengwi is home to the superb temple complex at Taman Ayun. Translating as ‘beautiful garden’ Taman Ayun is considered by many to be one of the island’s most attractive temples and is still used today by people from all over the island for special ceremonies and events.

Then drive further north to Bedugul Regency, known for its stunning beauty and three caldera lakes and stop first at the market at Candi Kuning. The iconic Ulun Danu Temple is the next destination and this important Hindu Shivaite water temple is located on a small jut of land on the calm waters of Lake Beratan. After lunch return south stopping to view the rice terraces at Jatiluwih where endless paddies offer superb vistas.

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10 Picturesque Central Bali

Picturesque Central Bali

 
11 Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing
Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing

VISIT THE LAKE DISTRICT

This excursion begins with a drive north to the Bedugul Regency district, part of the island’s central highlands, renowned for its stunning beauty and three caldera lakes. First stop is at the iconic Ulun Danu Temple, an important Hindu Shivaite water temple on a small jut of land within the calm waters of Lake Beratan. If the water level is high it gives the illusion that this 17th century temple is ‘floating’ on the lake.

After your visit, head towards Lake Tamblingan and begin a gentle trek down through the tropical rainforest. Admire the flora and fauna and take in the clean, mountain air as you hike through a region that has remained at one with nature for many centuries. Reaching the shore of the lake, continue your journey by boat, as you are rowed across in a traditional dug-out canoe to meet your driver and return to your hotel.

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11 Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing

Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing

 
12 Sunrise Over Mount Batur
Sunrise Over Mount Batur

SUN AND A GOOD SOAK

An early start for this memorable trip. Leaving before 3am, you are driven to the base of Mount Batur before hiking up to the summit arriving in time for the spectacular sunrise. Starting your ascent at 1,200m above sea level, the trek to the top will take around two hours. The reward for the early wake-up call is a stunning vista of the surrounding countryside as well as views of the crater itself.

After a simple breakfast it is time to begin the descent, allowing time to visit en route the three younger craters and see any recent lava flow. Toya Bungkah Hot Springs is the next stop on the itinerary. Located in the village of Penelokan, there are two natural pools and legend has it that the heated mineral water cures all sorts of ailments. Enjoy a soothing dip in the pools before returning to your island accommodation.

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12 Sunrise Over Mount Batur

Sunrise Over Mount Batur

 
13 Sunset over Uluwatu and Kecak
Sunset over Uluwatu and Kecak

TEMPLES, DANCING AND DINNER

Travel to the southern-most tip of Bali to visit the famous Uluwatu Temple, one of seven sea temples that form a ‘chain’ around the island. This is one of the region’s most venerable places of worship and is in a dramatic location perched on a cliff above the sea with amazing views over the Indian Ocean. While there you can also watch the antics of the macaque monkeys that inhabit the nearby forests.

One of the highlights of this excursion is the chance to witness a traditional display of Kecak dance, which is performed at Uluwatu. Then travel on to Jimbaran Bay, a seductive crescent of white sand and blue sea, which has some of the best seafood on the island. Here you have a memorable meal in one of the top beach restaurants overlooking the sea, which is a sumptuous dining experience.

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13 Sunset over Uluwatu and Kecak

Sunset over Uluwatu and Kecak

 
14 Traditional Bali & Natural Wonders
Traditional Bali & Natural Wonders

EAT, DRINK AND BE MERRY

On this trip you have a great opportunity to meet and interact with Balinese people and experience how families live and work together in their natural daily environment. There are plenty of photo opportunities as you pass scenic vistas and interesting villages en route to Subak Guliang, a traditional farming village in the centre of the island where the houses are architecturally unique compared with other regions of Indonesia.

Begin you visit by preparing and eating breakfast before taking a stroll through nearby farms. Lunch is served right in the middle of a rice field to the background of traditional Rindik music played on bamboo instruments. Next visit Pura Kehan, an 11th century temple complex and one of the most beautiful on the island, then stop at the village of Penglipuran before moving onto Kintamani, the best spot for views of volcanic Mount Batur.

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14 Traditional Bali & Natural Wonders

Traditional Bali & Natural Wonders

 
15 Village Cycling
Village Cycling

On your bike for the best of Bali

Take to two wheels and discover the glorious Balinese countryside by mountain bike. Using branded bikes and equipment, your adventure begins with a vehicle transfer to the start point of your desired route and will include the services of an English speaking guide throughout. The group size is no larger than 20 and there are two exciting options to choose from.

Either ride to Kintamani Volcano, the best spot for views of Mount Batur, an active volcano which sits alongside Lake Batur passing scenic countryside and small villages and stopping at the artisan’s colony at Ubud for lunch or take the trip to Jatiluwih Rice Paddy which offers superb vistas in all directions and are a marvel to behold. This adventure ends with a sumptuous lunch overlooking the stunning scenery.



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15 Village Cycling

Village Cycling

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