BARONG – KINTAMANI (8 Hours)
Join the most popular full day excursion among visitors over the past year, as it is a perfect introduction of Balinese life style. Beginning with a visit to Batubulan village to watch Barong and Kris dance, basically a story about the struggle between good and evil. Proceed to Celuk famous for its gold and silver smith handicrafts and Mas village for its finest artworks of woodcarving handicrafts. Next stop is Ubud, which is often considered the capital of Balinese art and culture, to glimpse a selection of paintings by local artists and foreign painters. Then proceed towards the 11th century Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave in Bedulu. The journey to highlands of Kintamani will be the highlight and memorable one of this trip. Enjoy the Bali’s most spectacular and sensational crater rim of Mount Batur in which lies the shimmering Lake Batur. The final destinations are the Tirta Empul temple which was built around a sacred springs, whose bathing place is reputed to have curative power and traditional Balinese village of Batuan.
BESAKIH – TENGANAN (10 HOURS)
Day tour features the most ancient and important temple of Bali – Besakih located at foothills of the towering Sacred Mount Agung. On the way visit Kertagosa in Klungkung, the justice complex in the pre-colonial times looking afloat on a giant lotus pond. Drive up to the slopes of Mount Agung, the highest peak on Bali with 3124 meters above sea level. The huge temple located here, Pura Besakih, is the greatest of all Balinese sanctuaries – the most sacred and powerful of the island’s innumerable temples. In Tenganan you will observe one of few remaining Balinese original communities, called Bali Aga villages. Leading a tight communal life the 300 Bali’s oldest villagers. The next stop is Goa Lawah famous for being the house of thousands of holy bats hanging in the cave and Kusamba reputed for its traditional salt making on black sandy beaches.
BEDUGUL – TANAH LOT (8 Hours)
For the more of vintage experience, start this trip by visiting Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi which is a royal park temple and being surrounded by a mount of lotus plants. Proceed on to climb up to Bali’s most visited highland to Lake Bratan and gaze at the sublime Ulun Danu temple floating on its calm blue waters. Continue stop at the colorful local produce market at Candi Kuning. Afterwards, drive down to holy monkey forest at Alas Kedaton. Then ended with a visit to a spectacular seaside temple of Tanah Lot that built up on top of a rock approximately 200 meters offshore. This temple is also famous as one of Bali’s most strategic point to watch beautiful sunset.
BEDUGUL – SINGARAJA (10 Hours)
Enjoy the coolest mountain resort of Bedugul by visiting the colorful local produce market at Candi Kuning, whre yous can buy mountain air at Lake Bratan and gaze at sublime Ulun Danu temple floating on its calm blue waters. Continue to the site of Bali’s most dramatic Gitgit waterfall surrounded by lush vegetation and providing a refreshing welcome after the walk down. Proceed to drive towards Banjar village, the site of hot springs with pleasant temperature. Passing through the old capital city of Singaraja with its colonial architecture to reach the beautiful panoramic of black sandy Lovina beaches. The last stop is the unspoiled villages, beautiful scenery of rice fields and highly garden at Pupuan.
KINTAMANI – BESAKIH (10 Hours)
A combination mixed down tours that firstly started by visiting Gunung Kawi where you will find the ravines, royal tombs, a hermitage and monk’s cave out of solid rock. Then head towards to highland of Kintamani to enjoy the beautiful panoramic of an active volcano with its wide sandy valley and crater lake. Proceed the trip to Besakih which are the most ancient and important mother temple Bali, located at foothills of towering Mount Agung. The next stop is Kertagosa in Klungkung, the precolonial justice complex of local kingdom that lay afloat on a giant lotus pond.
BATUKARU – JATILUWIH (8 Hours)
Discover the most stunning landscape and experience the authentic scenic on the island. Visit Subak Museum to give a good introduction to the island. Visit Subak Museum sto give a good introduction to the irrigation cum-religion system of Bali. Then head towards to Butterfly Park, home to the various kind of colorful bird wing butterflies from all over Indonesia. Drive up to the slopes of towering Mount Batukaru, perches Pura Luhur, the state ancestral temple of Tabanan count. Start to explore the rural village of Jatiluwih by walking passing along a narrow trail. You will enjoy the magnificent panorama of rice terraces of Bali.
VILLAGE LIFE & TRADITIONAL FARMING (8 Hours)
The walk brings you deep into the Balinese countryside. See the traditional Balinese farming activities. After supplied with all farming equipments, such as farmer’s hat and mattock, start the interesting walk through rice fields and participate in cultivating up to planting rice. Continue to see an attraction of natural and primitive way of plucking coconuts by local people Break for traditional Balinese lunch including demonstration of boiling cassava on a traditional kitchen. Visit a Balinese compound and see a demonstration of making offerings.
ULUWATU – JIMBARAN (6 Hours)
Traveling to the southern most point of Bali Pura Luhur Uluwatu, an architectural marvel set on an headland at the westernmost tip of the plateau about 250 meters above sea level. On the ways visit Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, a new landmark for Balinese. Drive up to Uluwatu temple, home to a small colony of monkeys and offers dramatic panorama as a backdrop the beach and rice lands. Proceed to Jimbaran village, where fishing is the principal activity all along the bay. Almost all fishermen in Jimbaran use small outrigger boats “Jukung” and fish with gill nets or large round cast nets. They depart in the late afternoon and return just after dawn to sell their catch to wholesalers waiting by the shore.
MENGWI – KEDATON – TANAH LOT (6 Hours)
This half day fascinating trip takes you through a scenic driving to three diversified destinations. First visit is Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi, which is a royal park temple and being surrounded by a moat of lotus plants. Following a brief stop to holy monkey forest at Alas Kedaton. The tour ends with a visit to the famous seaside temple of Tanah Lot, a spectacular temple built on top of a rock about 200 meters offshore.
UBUD TOUR (6 Hours)
Enjoying along stroll through the lush countryside and fresh air of Ubud in the central Balinese foothills, which is recognized as the ‘cultural center’ of Bali. U[on arriving in the main street of Ubud town, you are free to browse through the colorful of Ubud market and see the local artists employing skills, tradition and tools dating back centuries. Visit the royal palace of Puri Saren and one of the best art museum of the country. Proceed to stop at the monkey forest in Ubud. Finally, passing through the beautiful verdant rice fields at Tegallalang.
KECAK DANCE (2 Hours)
The most famous of the Balinese dances Kecak is being originated from the Sanghyang dance choirs, who chant a distinctive ‘kecak-kecak’ accompaniment. This Kecak Dance take places with only burning torches and is performed by a large group of chanting men sitting in a circle, waving their arms and swaying to and fro. The theme is taken from the epics of Ramayana, an hold Balinese legend.