BALI ADVENTURE TOURS
As one of the international travel destination, Bali has provided a
lot of tourist attraction and activities for the comfort of the travelers.
Discover an unspoiled part of Bali in a very adventurous and unique
way! We bring you to a part of Bali where you still can find old traditions
alive. You will drive your self with a specially designed off road vehicle
that copes with all kinds of terrain, through an authentic part of Bali,
passing the rice fields, crossing jungle and driving through a Balinese
kampung. The views during this tour are sometimes beyond description
and the fact that you do this tour with only a few other participants
makes the tour more exclusive. The ride starts from Payangan area, which
is between 1 hour and 1 hour fifteen minutes driving from the popular
tourist destinations of Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur. After driving some
test tracks on our practice spot, you will be able to operate the Buggy
yourself and start for some 2 hours of an adventurous sightseeing tour.
After an approximately 40 minutes of driving, you can enjoy real Balinese
coffee at a traditional house and have a quick rest. From there we continue
the tour through some different landscapes, until we reach the ending
point, where you can enjoy an extended lunch buffet (included).
Have you ever wondered what walking at the bottom of the ocean feels
like? Now, for the first time in Bali you can do it. You can walk right
through bottom of ocean and witness the sea life in person! Our unique
diving system. Early Morning will take you down under the sea. A safe
and exciting underwater adventure, Sea walker's unique diving system.
Early Morning provides an opportunity to observe underwater world to
a depth of 15 feet without problem. Early Mornings, and without getting
their hair wet.
You will actually walk on bottom, rather than swim, while numerous exotic
fish and sea life go about their rituals. You will have 25 minutes of
actual underwater walk time to a maximum depth of 15 feet.
A large, full-faced window Sea walker helmet offers a close up view
of the amazing creatures right in front of your eyes. Those with heart
or lung problem. Early Mornings, on medication, pregnant, asthma or
other respiratory ailments, etc are not allowed to dive.
A Sea walker safety lesson before dive covering hand signals, Early
Morning emergency procedures, clearing ears, and so on is included.
Tour time: Approximately 3 to 4 hours from pick up to drop off. If you
have your own underwater camera, camera should be good for depth up
to 8 meters. Quick snap marine camera is available to rent.
JEEP SAFARI TOUR
Travel in an original VW 181 Safari Jeep to the remote and mysterious
areas of Bali, with the expertise of a professional tour guide by your
side to visit the following place:
- Tanah Lot (a temple famous for its location on a barren rock jutting
into the sea. We visit it in the mist of the morning, when there are
no crowds. Tanah Lot was founded more than 500 years ago and dedicated
to the god Shiva and the holy snake Basukian)
- Pura Luhur (you stop at the islands most mystical and sacred temple,
an old site of ancestor worshipping. A little walk takes you through
tropical rainforest down to a sparkling clear river. You will see teak
and giant mahogany trees, orchids, ferns and colorful butterflies)
- Bedugul (the safari jeep climbs up to 1200 m to reach the mountain
lakes of west Bali)
- Fruit and Spice Market (Discover Bali's most interesting market, offering
a variety of Indonesian spices. Taste tropical fruits and admire the
- Jatiluwih (Bali's most beautiful rice terraces, with a view of all
of south Bali. You witness planting and harvesting of rice in a way
it was done for thousands of years. Ask your guide to explain the worlds
most astonishing and biggest irrigation system. You will stop at coffee
plantations, take photos of cacao and clove trees, and vanilla farms.
Afterwards you will be taken higher up into the mountains).
- Traditional Balinese Village (Impressions of Balinese life. We visit
a farmer's family compound where we are introduced to Hindu beliefs,
the meaning of house shrines, rites of passage and everyday Balinese
life. We also learn how the famous fighting cocks are trained).
- Beratan Lake (Around noon you will continue your journey to famous
lake Beratan, situated 4000 ft above see level)
Bali Bird Park and Village Tour (8 hours)
This trip is for the birds! The Bali Bird Park
is an Eden-like home to a collection of rare and exotic birds from around
the world. This award-winning park plays a pivotal role in the re-introduction
into nature and conservation of the rare and endangered Bali Starling
(Rothschild's Myna, above right). Join the birds "behind bars" and step
into the huge tropical aviaries. After the bird park, a visit to Singapadu
and Mas - centers of silver and wood working, before continuing on to
the village of Ubud and its central market and the sacred monkey forest.
Kintamani Volcano and Barong Dance (8
Home to 5 volcanoes, including the sacred
Mt. Agung, Kintamani and Mt. Batur must rank among the most dramatic
and accessible live volcanoes to be found anywhere. Literally a volcano
within a volcano, visitors can drive along the rim of a 8km wide caldera
while looking across the still active Mt. Batur still spouting lava
and slowly building new height.
This tour begins with a morning visit to a traditional
Barong Dance - a classic dance-drama portraying the eternal struggle
between the good and evil - the religious and the profane - ending when
a group of entranced men run amok and try to stab themselves only to
be rescued from their frenzy by a local priest able to break their spells
with holy water. A visit to the village of Mas - a community of highly-skilled
wood workers and onto Ubud - a chance to explore the village known for
its almost countless number of artisans. From Ubud we travel inland
to Mount & Lake Batur - at beautiful Kintamani - a town perched
on the edge of a volcano's rim offering panoramic views of a still active
volcano. After lunch we visit Kehen Temple - one of the finest temples
in Bali. See the splendid closed Balinese gateway leading to a unique
shrine of 11 tapering meru roofs, the highest architectural honor bestowed
on this place believed to be the resting place for visiting gods. On
thw way back stop at Celuk - the silver and gold crafts areas of Bali.