Day 1: Arrival
Arrive at Bali International Airport. Meet and greet with a local guide then direct transfer to hotel. Overnight in Sanur.
Day 2: Morning free – Uluwatu – Kecak Dance (B/D)
Morning is free at leisure and, in the afternoon, depart at 15:30 to visit Uluwatu, a beautiful temple set on steep cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean with a big sacred monkey population. There, witness a traditional ‘Kecak’ Dance, a Balinese “fire” dance, which is certainly one of the islands most spectacular things to see. Watch the story of the Ramayana while the sun sets over the Indian Ocean below the cliffs. Enjoy dinner at a seafood restaurant serving delicious barbecue food in Jimbaran Bay. Sink your feet in the sand as you dine and relax at the end of an unforgettable day! Return to the hotel after dinner.
Overnight in Sanur
Day 3: Diving at manta point Nusa Penida (B/L)
The third day, we will bring you to Nusa Penida. It has a main highlight 'Manta Point'. Manta Point on the southwest of Nusa Penida is another of Bali's most frequently visited dive sites regardless of the session or climate for manta rays. Here, divers can enjoy close encounters with many of these majestic animals whether snorkeling or diving all year round. Tides and conditions can vary in this area due to its exposed position to the elements and the open Ocean making it a great place to enjoy other pelagic such as reef sharks and larger fish.
Overnight in Sanur
Day 4: Tenganan – Kusamba Village - Tirtagangga - Tulamben (B/L)
Today we bring you at Tenganan Village in East Bali is one of the Bali Aga (original Balinese) communities in Bali and it is famous for its well-preserved village layout and the ongoing survival of its traditional crafts. After visit Tenganan Village, you will visit Kusamba Village. It is one of the favorite destinations at Bali because it offers the Balinese tradition of salt farming. For the next place is Tirta Gangga. It is a royal water garden is a favorite retreat in the regency of Karangasem, East Bali.
Overnight in Tulamben
Day 5: Diving at USAT Liberty Wreck, Tulamben (B/L)
Tulamben is one of Bali’s most famous diving areas, hosting many dive sites such as the US Liberty Wreck (a United States Army cargo ship torpedoed by a Japanese submarine). It is one of the favorites diving sites at Bali. This site can be reached with easy access from the beach. Another highlight, you will enjoy the pygmy seahorses or you just want to hang out and enjoy the schooling fish and reefs, Tulamben has it all.
Overnight in Tulamben
Day 6: Diving at Amed (B/L)
Diving at Amed, you will find another beautiful highlight because Amed’s black volcanic sandy beaches offer wonderful coral gardens full of staghorn corals, schools of fish, turtles and bump head parrotfish. The black sand provides an amazing contrast to the vibrant soft corals and reef fish. The slopes are home to some unusual marine life such as devil scorpionfish, frogfish and ghost pipefish of all colors.
Overnight in Tulamben
Day 7: Beji Temple - Banjar hot spring water – Pemuteran (B/L)
After visit some beautiful places around at Bali, we will bring you to Beji Temple. It is a large and beautiful temple complex in the village of Sangsit in North Bali, dating back to the 15th century, during the spread of the Majapahit kingdom from Java. The temple is revered by village farmers and is unique in Bali. After visiting it, you will be relaxing at Banjar hot spring water. It is the magical healing waters of Banjar Hot Spring.
Overnight in Pemuteran.
Day 8: Diving at Menjangan (B/L)
Menjangan Island is part of the Bali Barat National Park near the town of Permuteran. The waters are clear and calm with a rich variety of fish. For those who love wall diving, the dive sites around Menjangan Island are a must. Another highlight, Menjangan Island offers beautiful corals – both divers and snorkelers will love it here.
Overnight at Pemuteran
Day 9: Seririt – Ulundanu Temple – Jatiluwih (B/L)
The following day, you will visit Seririt. It is a great place to meet local people in Bali. You can buy some fresh fruit or vegetables, so it is very interesting to visit it. The next destination, Ulundanu. It is a temple dedicated to the goddess of the lake is Ida Batari Dewi Ulun Danu on the edge of a huge crater. The dominant shrines are Meru’s (pagodas) dedicated to the lake goddess and the gods of Mount Batur and Mount Gunung Agung, the largest volcano in Bali. The temple was built in the 17th century in the worship of the main Hindu trinity, Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva, as well as the lake goddess, Dewi Danu.
Then, drive to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, one of the UNESCO World Heritage since the site has been able to maintain the local cultural heritage in the form of a water irrigation system managed traditionally called by SUBAK.
Overnight in Ubud
Day 10: Tampak siring – Gunung Kawi – Kintamani (B/L)
Tirtha Empul Temple or better known as Tampak Siring Temple or Holy Water Temple is a place to purify ourselves from the bad influences in life where we can discover the traditional showers sourced from the springs at this temple. The water that comes out from the shower is believed to eliminate all kinds of diseases including the adverse effect in human life and give the new holy spirits.
Then go up north to Gunung Kawi Temple complex, locally referred to as Pura Gunung Kawi, is one of Bali’s most unique archaeological sites, comprising a collection of ancient shrine reliefs carved into the face of a rock cliff. After that, you will go to Kintamani and enjoy the scenery of Gunung Batur from Penelokan Village.
Overnight in Ubud
Day 11: Transfer to the airport (B)
The morning is free at leisure until pick up time for a transfer to the airport for a return flight home.
Benefit from company from pick up and drop of
Visit Uluwatu, a beautiful temple set on steep cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean
Witness a traditional ‘Kecak’ Dance, a Balinese “fire” dance, which is certainly one of the islands most spectacular things to see
Diving at Manta Point Nusa Penida
Visit Tenganan Village, one of the Bali Aga (original Balinese) communities in Bali and it is famous for its well-preserved village layout
See local people harvesting salt at Kusamba
Visit Tirta Gangga the royal water garden at east Bali
Diving at USAT Liberty Wreck at Tulamben
Find another beautiful diving place at Amed. It black volcanic sandy beaches offer wonderful coral gardens full of staghorn corals
Visit Beji Temple, a large and beautiful temple complex in the village of Sangsit in North Bali
Relaxing at Banjar hot spring water, the magical healing waters
Diving experience at Menjangan
Experience a traditional Balinese market with its exotic fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices as well at Seririrt Local Market
Visit Ulundanu Temple, the most iconic sanctuary in Bali
Go to Jatiluwih rice terrace and enjoy walking around one the UNESCO World Heritage
Visit Tampak Siring Temple or Holy Water Temple is a place to purify ourselves from the bad influences in life
Visit Pura Gunung Kawi, is one of Bali’s most unique archaeological sites
Go to Kintamani and enjoy the scenery of Gunung Batur from Penelokan Village
✔ Private Tour
✔Transfers by private air-conditioned vehicles
✔ Mineral water provided
✔ English speaking guide
✔ Accommodation 3* based on twin sharing with daily breakfast
✔ All entrance fees and tours as indicated in the itinerary
✔ Meals as indicated in the itinerary
✖ Visa arrangements.
✖ International and domestic flights
Bali captivates you not only with its beautiful blue beaches but also with touch of culture in every corner. The culture and beliefs that are instilled from generation to generation feel so strong through the rituals that are carried out every day that you might see on your journey. Balinese culture and foreign cultures that are side by side in harmony make it even more unique.Find More Holidays
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