Day 1: Begin of Tour Denpasar (Bali) - Kuta
Sunset Kuta BeachUpon arrival at the Ngurah Rai Airport of Bali. Meet you personal guide and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day is free st your leisure. Stay at the hotel or take a walk at the beach. There are many restaurants and shops nearby. Overnight in Kuta.
Day 2: Kuta - Ubud (B/L)
Rice Harvest BaliCheck-out of your hotel after breakfast. Meet your guide in the lobby and start your Bali round trip. Visit the famous Tanah Lot tempel just off the west coast near Tabanan. The Pura was build on a small rock. During low tide you can walk to the rock to see the sea snakes at the base but it is not allowed to enter the sanctuary. Short drive to Pura Taman Ayun in Mengwi. The tempel is known for the buitiful gardens surrounding the complex. Continue your way to the heartland of Bali and learn more about traditional rice cultivation. The beautiful rice paddies of Bali are well known all over the world. You will also see a balinese homestead with several bales, a family temple and surrounded by a wall. Arrival in Ubud late in the afternoon. Check-in at the hotel. See a kecak dance performance in the evening. Overnight in Ubud.
Day 3: Ubud (B/L)
Macaques at Monkey ForestBreakfast at the hotel. After a stroll through the colorful market of Ubud visit the Monkey Forest. Next stop is at Gunung Kawi, the valley of the Kings. The temple and funerary site is located in a small valley. A steep stairway leads to 10 candi (shrines) down at the Pakerisan river. The compound dates back to the 11th century and is presumably dedicated to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty and his favourite queens. Later drive to Kinatamni high on the crater rim of the Gunung Batur volcano. Enjoy the view of the crater lake during lunch. Visit the 1,000 years old temple Pura Kehen in Bangli on your way back to Ubud.
Day 4: Ubud - Celuk und Mas - Candi Dasa (B/L)
Dancing MaskVisit the Neka Museum in the morning. The museum owns an eclectic collection of Balinese art. Move on to the gold and silver smiths in Celuk. The craftsmen in Mas do beautiful wood carvings. Leave Ubud behind and drive to the eastern part of Bali. Visit the Palace in Semarapura. The Kertagosa or "Hall of Justice" is an excellent example of Klungkung style architecture. The ceiling is painted with detailed illustrations of different punishments in the afterlife. The next highlight is the Bali's most important temple. The Pura Besakih on the slopes of Gunung Agung volcano consists of 23 seperate but related temples. You enter the area through a massive split gateway. The original structures date back 2,000 years and resemble megalitic stepped pyramids. After climbing the different terraces return to the coast and spend the afternoon at a beach near Padng Bai. Overnight in Candi Dasa.
Day 5: Candi Dasa - Tirtagangga - Lovina (B/L)
TirtaganggaThe village of Tenganan is only a short drive from Candi Dasa. It is one of the last Bali Aga settlements on the island. The "Original Balinese" are said to be descendants of the pre-Hinduistic residents of the island. They follow a different set of traditions and values than the Hinduistic Balinese. The Bali Aga are also known for their double ikat textiles. Drive along the east coast to Tirta Gangga, a former palace in Karangasem. The many pools and water games embedded in a lush garden create a relaxing atmosphere. Tirta Gangga means "Water from the Gangges" and was build in the late 1940s. The eruption of Gunung Agung in 1963 destoyed it almost completly. It was re-build and opened for public afterwards. Lunch near the coral gardens of Tulamben and transfer to the north coast. Visit the Temple Pura Beji in Sangsit. The temple was build by the local subak and is dedicated to the rice goddess Dewi Sri. Drive through Singaraja on your way to Lovina Beach.
Day 6: Lovina - Pupuan - Pekutatan (B/D)
Jukungs on a Bali BeachHave breakfast at the hotel. After check-out drive through coffee and clove plantations near Pupuan. Visit the Buddhist monastery "Vihara Dharma Giri" and see some of the most scenic rice terraces of Bali. The aerial roots of the ancient banyan tree "Bunut Bolong" span the street on your way to the east coast. Arrival in Pekutatan later in the afternoon. Dinner at the resort in the evening. Overnigt in Pekutatan.
Day 7: Pekutatan - Kuta (B/L)
Fertile Volcanic Land in BaliBreakfast in the morning. Afterwards soft trekking through plantations near Pekutatan. Coffee, rubber and coconuts are planted here. See the day to day live of the villagers while you walk by. Lunch en route. Drive back to the resort in Kuta in the afternoon.
Day 8: Kuta - End of Tour Denpasar (Bali) (B)
Breakfast at the hotel. The day is free at your leisure until airport transfer.
Hotels, Rates & Information
Hotels for this Tour(Changing the hotels according to your wishes is no problem!)
|Kuta||Rama Beach Resort|
|Ubud||Alaya Resort Ubud|
|Candi Dasa||Rama Candi Dasa Resort|
|Lovina||Puri Bagus Lovina|
|Pekutatan||Puri Dajuma Cottages|
|Rate per person||
Based on individual private tour, min. 2 travellers in double/twin room
Changing or adapting this tour to match your personal needs, interests and wishes is, as always, possible. Please contact us! Group rates (closed groups only, min. 4 Pax) on request.
|Single Supplement||On Request|
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Information, Services, Remarks
Denpasar (Bali) / Denpasar (Bali)
- Hotel/Airport Transfers:
Transfers are inclusive from and to above mentioned airports and hotels of the immediate area.
- Services (included):
English speaking guide
Accomodation: DBL room hotels (or similar)
Transfers and entrance fees as per itinerary
Meal Plan as stated:
7x Breakfast 5x Lunch/Lunchbox 1x Dinner
- Not included
Additional services (marked 'optional' above)
Programme not mentioned above
- Best Season(s):
April - November
- Important Remarks:
Min. 2 Persons. Single traveller rates on request.
Please pay attention to the Travel Information provided.
When travelling islamic countries there can be interference during the month of Ramadan, other high holidays and fridays.
Volcanism: The Sunda Islands and the Sunda Archipelago are of volcanic orgin and show high volcanic activity. Accrodingly it may be possible that tours, routings and activities (especially those involving or near volcanoes) need to be altered in case of high activity or order by the government.
This tour is not soutable for people with reduced mobility. If you are unsure if you meet the requirements please contact us! We will try to find a solution for your individual needs.