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Bali: Three Day Island Tour

1. Bali: Three Day Island Tour

The tour begins at Tanah Lot temple, one of the most important and iconic sea temples on the island. Tanah Lot translates to “land in the sea" and sits on top of a rock in the sea and it is only approachable during low tide. From here, you will visit the rice paddy sceneries Jatiluwih, a place of stunning beauty and very iconic to the island. The paddy fields of Jatiluwih spread out across 300 hectares, and they are located at an altitude of 850 meters above sea level at the foot of the southern slope of Mount Batukaru. In 2012, Jatiluwih was recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site. Next, you drive to Lake Beratan to see the enchanting water temple Pura Ulun Danu Beratan. This temple is one of the most important temples for the Balinese people and all the ceremonies and rituals that take place here are dedicated to the goddess of water and fertility, Dewi Danu. The next stop will be at the local fruit market and a strawberry plantation where you can munch on all kinds of fruit, fresh from the plantation farms in these highlands of Bali. From there, you drive directly to the gorgeous waterfall of Munduk, surrounded by lush tropical jungle and coffee plantations. The final destination of this wonderful day is the observation deck, offering a magnificent view of the two mountain lakes Buyan and Tamblingan. Then, your tour guide will take you to the hotel where you will be spending the night. The second day of this 3-days trip starts in the morning with a trip to the Buddhist temple of Brahmavihara-Arama, the largest active Buddhist temple in Bali. The temple is found on a hill surrounded by unspoiled nature and picturesque vineyards. From here, you will go to the observation deck of Batur where the wind is cool and the views of Mount Batur and its crater lake are stunningly beautiful. You can enjoy a meal to these views at one of the restaurants or visit the thermal hot springs located at the foot of Batur in the Caldera of an ancient volcano. Next, you will go to the mother of all temples on this mystical island of Gods and Demons, the Besakih temple. The Besakih temple complex has survived two eruptions of Mount Agung, located at the foot this giant volcano and Besakih is considered to be the most important temple on the island of Bali. Next, you will visit the water palace Tirta Gangga, built in 1946 by king Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut. This beautiful water palace features sprawling gardens with ponds and fountains where you can take gorgeous photos. Of course, you cannot visit the Karangasem regency of Bali without seeing the famous white sand beach where you can swim, sunbathe and munch on some freshly grilled fish at one of the beach cafes. The perfect end of another wonderful day on a paradise island. Take a good rest at your hotel on the beach for tomorrow you are in for another lovely day. First thing in the morning on day 3, you will visit the Tegenungan waterfall, one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Bali. You can freshen up in the cool water and charge yourself up for the whole day ahead of you. From the waterfall, you will drive towards the cultural town of Ubud where you can stroll around in the famous Sacred Monkey Forest, and feed the monkeys. Continue the trip, walking along the incredibly picturesque artists' trail. Next, you will visit the elephant cave Goa Gajah and a coffee and cocoa plantation where you get to taste an array of local teas and coffees. You will also learn and see how the most expensive coffee in the world, coffee Luwak, is produced and will get the chance to try it, too. From here, you will visit the temple of Batuan and today’s journey with a visit to the famous artisan villages surrounding Ubud: Celuk, Mas and Tohpati, home to batik artists, wood carvers, silversmiths and painters, passing on their trades, skills and traditions generation after generation from father to son.

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Bali: Gitgit and Alingaling Waterfalls Small Group Tour

2. Bali: Gitgit and Alingaling Waterfalls Small Group Tour

If you have partied in Kuta and eaten acai bowls in Ubud, chances are you will want to ditch the tourist trail in pursuit of greener pastures. It doesn’t get much greener than Bali’s majestic waterfalls which slice through the luscious jungle and cliff faces of the island. After a journey in an air-conditioned minivan, you will arrive at Aling-Aling Waterfall in the north of the island. You will love not just the beauty of this 35-meter fall but the adrenaline of sliding down it into turquoise waters. The natural features of Bali do not peak there. After a tasty lunch, travel on to Gitgit Waterfall, often described as the most beautiful on the island. The final treat of the day will be a visit to Pura Taman Ayun Temple, where you will get a taste for Indonesia’s world-famous temple style. This serene spot is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and little wonder, it’s characterized by lotus blossoms and intricate carvings surrounded by a peaceful moat.

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Bali: Ulun Danu Temple, Waterfall and Secret Garden Tour

3. Bali: Ulun Danu Temple, Waterfall and Secret Garden Tour

Enjoy a perfect Bali day-trip away from the crowds and discover some of the most beautiful places on the island. Start with early pickup, at approximately 6:00 AM, and journey through the mountains towards Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Also known as Pura Ulun Danu, this 400-year-old Hindu temple is dedicated to the goddess Dewi Danu and is featured on the 50,000 Rupiah banknote. Explore the sacred water temple surrounded by scenic mountains with a knowledgeable guide who will share plenty of interesting facts about the history of the site. After your dose of history and culture, get the adrenaline flowing with cliff jumping and swimming in the gorgeous and secluded Kembar Waterfall, a hidden gem unknown to most tourists. Enjoy two hours to swim, jump, and snap photos before tucking into a well-deserved lunch at a local restaurant (own expense). Get in touch with nature and trek to the Secret Garden, a leafy region of Bali famous for hiking and natural blue and turquoise swimming holes. After a quick stop in Sambangan Village to learn about local life and to see the rolling rice terraces, return to your accommodation after a busy and rewarding day.

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Bali: Canyoning Adventure at Sambangan Canyon

4. Bali: Canyoning Adventure at Sambangan Canyon

Your experience starts as you are collected from your Bali or Denpasar accommodation. From there, travel for 2.5 hours to North Bali. Once having arrived, receive a welcome coffee or tea accompanied by Balinese cookies at the local partner's base camp. You then drive up the mountain whilst enjoying views over the rice terrace and Northern Singaraja to reach your activity starting point. Once parked, trek for about 20 minutes to warm up for your activity. From there you receive 30 minutes of basic training, which allows you to become more independent in canyoning. Your canyoning experience then begins with a 21-meter rappel, which consists of 6 jumps, 2 slides, and 12 rappels downwards. Challenge yourself as you rappel down waterfalls whilst exploring and feeling free. Slide and jump between volcanic rock formations, and swim in natural clear water. At the conclusion of your day out in nature, travel for 10 minutes back to the car before proceeding back to base camp for lunch. From there, begin your 2.5 hour trip back to South Bali where your experience concludes.

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North Bali: Guided 4x4, Cycling & Hot Spring Day Trip

5. North Bali: Guided 4x4, Cycling & Hot Spring Day Trip

Visit the tranquil and beautiful North of Bali for a day of sightseeing and adventure. Enjoy a convenient pickup from your hotel in the morning and head to your first stop, the small mountain village of Munduk which will serve as your basecamp. Once there, choose your mountain bike and listen to a short safety briefing provided by your instructor. Mount your bike on the Land Rover, hop into the car and continue to Asah Munduk, where you'll stop to take in the views. Next, head to the starting point for your downhill mountain bike ride. Enjoy the thrill of a 4x4 ride through the rougher countryside terrain to reach a mountain village near Pandawa. Travel by bike from here, admiring the beautiful views over the coast. Take the back roads and traverse narrow tracks through coves and coffee plantations until you reach your next stop, a Buddhist monastery tucked away on a hillside overlooking the Indian Ocean. Explore the monastery and its meditation chambers before enjoying a picnic lunch. Your island adventure continues with a 4x4 ride to the natural hot springs at Banjar Singaraja. Swim in the springs or unwind in the jacuzzi. Embark on the last leg of your tour as you hop back into the Land Rover to head back uphill towards the base camp. Enjoy breathtaking views as you travel along a different route, making several stops at viewpoints along the way. Your day ends with a three-course meal served at the basecamp restaurant with views of the valley and coast below.

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Bali: Twin Lakes, Handara Gates, and Forest Trekking Tour

6. Bali: Twin Lakes, Handara Gates, and Forest Trekking Tour

With its turquoise twin lakes separated by tropical rainforest and peppered with serene Hindu temples dating back centuries, this protected area in the northern mountains is a Bali must-see.  Rather than taking on the rugged terrain alone, allow your guide to whisk you there by comfy air-conditioned transport, in time for a magical sunrise. After departing from your accommodation promptly by 4 AM, head north and arrive at a spectacular sunrise viewing point just before 6 AM. After tucking into a well-deserved breakfast, begin the day’s trek towards the Twin Lakes. Both Buyan Lake and Tamblingan Lake are a sight to see, shrouded in rainforest and home to unique Balinese wildlife. Reach the real highlight of the day and cross the serene Lake Tamblingan by traditional canoe. Let your experienced guide do the arm work while sitting back and snapping photos of the majestic surroundings. Next, swing by Handara Gate, one of Bali’s most popular photo spots. Symbolizing a bridge between the real and spiritual realms, this photogenic stone arch is built in the typical Balinese style. Finish the day at Ulun Danu Bratan, a Hindu-Buddhist temple nestled on the banks of Lake Beratan. With 300 years of history and a feature on the 50,000 rupiah bank note, this is one of Bali’s most iconic destinations for visitors and locals alike. Learn about its history before heading back to your hotel.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 9 reviews

Got picked up by my guide MADE right on time @ 7 am. We got up there around 9.30 am and there where not a lot of people which was very nice. Not like in all the other places I have been. The Aling - Aling waterfalls are amazing. I purchased the medium packages which included a guide, 3 waterfalls, 3 jumps (7 ,10 and 15 meters) and a natural waterslide!!! If you are too scared to jump, at least try the waterslide (it is safe and you won't get hurt) and swim in the pools in front of the waterfalls. It is lovely and refreshing! The water is very clean, not like at the other waterfalls I have been. Gitgit Waterfalls are very close by and it is cheap to get in. Made told me upfront not to take a guide and that he will walk with me. Once again I was breath taken by nature's beauty!!! On our way home we stopped to get some fruit. MADE made me stay in the car, while he was purchasing the fruit. It was a lot cheaper for him I had a wonderful day and highly recommend MADE as a guide.

This tour is a must do if you're in Ubud. The waterfalls around Ubud are quite busy but these ones are much less visited especially Gitgit. The drive to these waterfalls presents some amazing views as you travel through the mountains but be prepared for a 1.5-2hr drive there. When you go to Alingaling waterfall you can pay an extra 125000 to go swimming and do some cliff jumping at the smaller waterfall Kroya which is right beside Alingaling. I highly suggest doing this if you aren't afraid of the heights. Overall this was the best tour I've done so far in Bali and I highly recommend. Agung was my guide and he was great! Explained everything in great detail and was very easy to get along with!

A day trip to the waterfalls is a must if you are visiting Bali and this trip was super good! Putu, our travel guide was very friendly and provided customer service that exceeded customer expectations. The day was perfect, thank you! We will always remember this! Ps. Life's hit list can now tick off the information: a calculated waterfall as a slide! Huh and wow ...

The tour to the waterfalls is really great. and was definitely worth it. We first visited a water temple with our guide Komang, so that we were one of the first visitors and could take great photos. Komang also had great ideas for photos at the waterfalls and took a lot of time to explain everything to us. We would definitely repeat the tour and would recommend it.

Very nice experience of walking in tropical garden (first time I saw cloves tree), swimming in pool lakes and sliding in waterfalls. The road itself is obviously exhausting.