Fire dance in Uluwatu during sunset.
A monkey in Uluwatu Temple.


This temple is located on the limestone tableland of the Bukit Peninsula, is in striking contrast to the lush Bali mainland. Cacti grow on this arid land and some parts are used to graze cattle. A road meanders across Bukit to its western tip, where rocky precipices drop almost 100 meters to the ocean. The small sea temple of Pura Luhur Uluwatu balances picturesquely on the cliff’s edge. Dating from the 10th century it is one of the six prominent temples revered by the Balinese. Honoring the protective spirits of the sea, the temple has an unusual arched gateway capped by a Kala head and flanked by fine statues of Ganesha. Daily Kecak dance performance are held starting from 18:00 hrs.

A stunning view of the famous rice terrace in Tegalalang, Ubud.
Amazing handcrafted bali sterling silver jewelry from Celuk.
Skillfull stonecarver in Gianyar.


This tour highlights visits to the Art Colonies that have made “ BALI “ famous. You’ll visit Batubulan which is well known for its stone carving. Celuk, where gold and silversmith display the skills they learnt from their forefathers; Lodtunduh, via Rice terraces and Cacao plantations, and Ubud which has become known as the Art and Cultural center of Bali. You’ll also see the traditional Balinese environment of Tengkulak, the wood-carving village of Kemenuh, and see Batik processing in Tohpati.

A stunning view to the ocean from the Nirwana Golf Course in Tanah Lot.
A stunning view of Tanah Lot at sunset time.
Amazing view of Balinese Ceremony in front of Tanah Lot Temple.


This trip features visits to Temple, beginning with a gorgeous drive through the lush greenery of Rice Terraces, Local Brick Kilns, and distant mountains. You’ll visit Taman Ayun, built in 1634 by the King of “Mengwi”, and one of the most beautiful Temples in Bali; the 300 years old Alas Kedaton Temple, surrounded by a forest with hundreds of tame monkeys and flying foxes, and Tanah Lot, an offshore Temple, famous for its glorious Sunset views.

Barong Dance show in Bali.
The iconic rice terrace in Tegalalang, Ubud.
Batur Lake in Kintamani.


Your tour begins with the popular Barong Dance, followed by a visit to Ubud, the Art and Cultural center of Bali. On the way you’ll pass through the Kutuh country-side with its traditional Balinese housing compounds and stop en route at a Hindu Temple. You’ll see Rice Terraces, at Tegalalang, wood-carving villages, fruit plantations, and the Kintamani caldera rim which overlooks the volcanic crater of Mt. Batur and nearby Lake. On the way back to the hotel, stops will be made at the gold and silversmith village of Celuk and Batik Processing village of Blahbatu/Tohpati

Lukluk Village Temple.
Hanging bats in Bali.
Tirta Gangga in Lukluk Village.
Traditional Balinese village houses in Tenganan.
Bali traditional rice tractor.
A stunning view of Lake Tamblingan in Kintamani.


This full day trip features a drive through some of the most scenic areas in Bali. Heading west, you’ll pass the village of Lukluk, Cemenggon, Ayunan and Poyan, seeing innovative local irrigation systems, Rice Terraces, Red Brick Kilns, and traditional Balinese village houses. You’ll visit Luwus village, the Baturiti fruit market, and Lake Beratan and Temple, where you’ll have the opportunity to observe monkeys in their natural habitat. Through winding mountain roads, you’ll also see Lake Tamblingan, Buyan, and spectacular Rice Terraces from the ridge that leads towards Munduk, Maqyong, Pupuan and Antosari.


RATE  INCLUDES:  AC Mini-Van, Driver, Petrol & Parking. NOT INCLUDE: Entrance fee and Donation

Available Guides:  English, Japanese (other languages upon request)



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