Time to visit
During dry season May to September
Bali, Telaga Waja, Mt. Batur, Jatiluwih, Tulamben Bay, Bali
Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth.
Our trip offers a variety of activities to give you the opportunity to experience both its natural beauty and rich culture. You will have a cultural and learning experience in a traditional Banjar; visit a local school and have the opportunity to contribute to the community; experience a thrilling rafting adventure on Telaga Waja River; trek to the second highest peak in Bali-Mt Batur and enjoy the stunning sunrise views from the top, explore the Jatiluwih- one of World’s Heritage Site by cycle, experience the amazing underwater life Bali has to offer.
- The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world comprising 13,466 large and small tropical islands fringed with white sandy beaches, many still uninhabited and a number even still unnamed.
- Indonesia has a total population of more than 215 million people from more than 200 ethnic groups. The national language is Bahasa Indonesia.
- Bali is an island and the smallest province of Indonesia, and includes a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Penida. It is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, and has its capital of Denpasar at the southern part of the island.
Day 01: Arrival Bali
A Rahhalah local representative will meet you at the airport and escort you to your hotel in the Ubud area for an overnight stay.
Day 02: Banjar visit, Cultural learning Experience and Community Services (B, L)
Our first stop in this adventure is a Banjar in the Ubud area, a Banjar is the Balinese place for social activities and ceremonies, it is a smaller community of a village (a village usually consist of several Banjar). We will enjoy some local activities like practicing Gamelan (Indonesian traditional instrument), dancing lessons to Canang making (offering). This visit is a great way to experience the daily life and cuisine of the Balinese people.
In the afternoon, we will visit a local school to get to know their wonderful students. Play time, English lessons and even donations for books, stationery, drawing books, etc are welcome.
After all the activity of the day return to the hotel for rest overnight.
Day 03: Rafting Day in Telaga Waja River (B,L)
Today is going to be pretty exciting but before we begin our rafting adventure, an experienced local rafting guide give a safety brief on the river conditions, safety measures and the correct and safe way to raft down the river. After some paddling practice, we will begin our two hour journey shooting down an exhilarating 14 kilometers of fast-moving water and continuous rapids, twisting and turning as it rushes through narrow gorges and steep canyons while local kids play in the shallow waters near the riverbanks. Expert river guides and modern safety equipment ensures that the day is fun and safe for all. Throughout the trip, our guides master the rafts, but also take time to pass on their knowledge about local Balinese lifestyle and the local flora and fauna of the Telaga Waja River valley.
After this exhilarating experience, it’s time to shower and freshen up in the amenities area and change into dry clothes before moving onto the Balinese Bamboo Restaurant to feast on mouthwatering local delicacies while enjoying the surrounding panoramic views. At 2pm. lunch is over and it’s time to return to your hotel for some free time.
Day 04: Mt. Batur trekking – 1,717 meters above sea level (B,L)
Mt. Batur is the second highest point in Bali. We will make it just in time to witness a glorious sunrise and experience the stunning morning views of the surrounding crater and lake.
- 02.00 : pick up at your hotel for a visit to Pura Jati Temple.
- 03.45 am : Arrival at starting point, introduction and safety procedure briefing by our experienced professional hiking guide (association of Mount Batur trekking guides).
- 04.00 am : Begin our climb / trek to Mount Batur Bali.
- 04.20 am : Continue our climb / trek to the summit crater.
- 06.15 am Arrival at the summit crater, where we witness the spectacular view and sunrise. While we are there, we enjoy refreshments of hot tea and eggs boiled in volcanic steam.
- 07.00 am : Continue our trek around the entire crater.
- 08.00 am : Begin our descent to Jati Temple, the finishing point of our trek.
- 09.00 am : Arrival at Jati Temple and board car
- 12.00 pm : Return arrival at your hotel, lunch in hotel restaurant.
Rest after trekking.
Day 05: Cycling Jatiluwih – Monkey Forest – Kuta (B,L,D)
Cycling today will be taking place at Jatiluwih- one of World’s Heritage Site. You will cycle through the most beautiful terraced rice paddies in the world before enjoying a sumptuous lunch overlooking the stunning scenery.
You have to be ready at 8 am at the hotel lobby for the transfer from the hotel to the cycling site. It takes 2 hours driving to reach Jatiluwih from Ubud.
Before off to Jatiluwih process hotel check out, the luggage leave in the reception. When return from Jatiluwih, we’ll just stop by the hotel to pick up the luggage and drive to Kuta. En route stop in Wanara Wana – a sacred monkey forest. After Monkey Forest, you’ll have dinner one of Balinese favourite dish-Crispy Duck.
Proceed to the hotel. Check in at Adhi Dharma, Kuta
Day 06: Cultural Day (B, L, D)
As Bali island is predominant by Hindu people, Pura (temple) can be spotted anywhere throughout the island. However, there are only 7 can be called as the main Pura. One not to be missed while foreigners were in Bali is Pura Tanah Lot.
Tanah Lot is probably the most famous of Bali’s temples and mean “Land in the Middle of the sea”. The temple sits just off the coast on a rock, which is quite spectacular. The temple is visited quite often at sunset and provides great photos. The temple is believed to be the work of 15th century priest Nirartha.
On the afternoon drive to Pura Luhur, Uluwatu. Pura Luhur is a Balinese Sea Temple at Uluwatu on Bali. It was built in the 11th century, probably one of the most spectacular temples sitting atop the cliffs overlooking the surf at Uluwatu. Luhur means “something of divine origin” while “Uluwatu” can be broken into “ulu” which means “land’s end” and “watu” means “rock” in the old language). Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of Bali’s ‘directional temples’ guarding Bali from evil spirits from the SW.
Then proceed to enjoy the Traditional Kecak Dance, a dramatic performance lasting about 45 minutes, where 25-50 dancers chant “cak” and throw up their arms, depicting a battle from the Ramayana where monkeys help Prince Rama fight the evil King Ravana. The dance will be performed on an open stage on a cliff in Uluwatu Temple complex, and in the background, a beautiful sunset colors the sky orange as it slowly disappears away, replaced by the moon at night. Proceed to the famous Jimbaran Beach for a romantic dinner right on the beach sand of Jimbaran Beach.
Day 07: Snorkeling (B, L)
Experience the amazing of underwater life in Bali. Pick you up at 7.30 from your hotel to Tulamben Bay. It’s about 2 hours driving from south Bali to reach the site.
The 120m long wreck rests on a 90 degrees angle with the deck facing the open sea and used to be an American supply ship.
Anchored off the coast of Lombok, the ship was hit by a Japanese torpedo during World War II. Miraculously nobody got hurt, but the damage turned the ship into a non-functioning and useless hull. The American Navy’s plan to tow the ship to Singaraja harbour (north Bali) failed as the harbour was completely occupied, so the ship was intentionally stranded on the rocky beach of Tulamben, where it was unloaded.
You can also witness anemone fish, lion fish, scorpion fish, moray eels and schools of brightly coloured harlequin sweetlips, either hiding out or swimming openly around the wreck. The dark volcanic sandy bottom only adds to the mystery of this shipwreck, making it a unique snorkelling adventure and keep an eye out for those blue spotted sting rays, they like to bury themselves in the sand. Return to Kuta area after snorkelling. You’ll arrive at your hotel around 5 pm.
Day 08: Bali departure (B)
Free activity in the morning and in appropriate time transfer to the airport to catch flight return home
per person in a group of minimum 2 pax.
25 August 2017
- This cost is based on Double Occupancy. Single Supplement cost applies.
- This cost is valid till 30th Aug 2017.
- Full payment should be made 30 days prior the departure.
- All services stipulated above are subject to availability at the time of booking / reservation. All prices are subject to change.
- All accommodation subject to change to similar one depending on availability.
- The itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather, road condition and operating conditions.
- Private airport transfer
- English speaking guide
- Trekking Guide
- Standard trekking equipment
- Snorkeling equipment
- Rafting with standardized facility
- 4 nights stay in Sapu Lidi hotel, Ubud or similar
- 3 nights stay in Bali Rani Hotel , Kuta or similar
- activities as described
- meals as described ( B,L,D)
- 21 % hotel tax and service
THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE
- Visa and visa fees
- Medical and travel insurance
- High season hotel surcharge
- Single supplement
- Meals not described
- Expenses of Personal nature: phone, fax, bar, alcohol, etc
- Optional/ Additional activities
- Tips and Gratuities
Important: The itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather, road condition and operating conditions. In any case the guide has the RIGHT to change the program for the safety and convenience of the travelers.