Prices shown include two way flights, stay and all taxes
* Prices mentioned are for per person on twin sharing basis (minimum 2 people staying together)
Day Wise Itinerary
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.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Bali
Meeting service upon arrival at the airport by our guide and transfer to the hotel for check in. The Rest of the day is free at own leisure.
Day 2: Full Day Barong & Volcano Tour
Breakfast at the hotel. A full day tour to see the famous Barong & Kris Dance at Batubulan, proceed to the arts & handicrafts center of Bali such as gold & silver works at Celuk, woodcarvings at Mas/Peliatan, traditional & modern Balinese paintings at Ubud/Peliatan. The highlight of the tour will take you to witness the spectacular view of lake & volcano Batur at Kintamani On the way back to the hotel, stop will also be made to the holy spring temple at Tampaksiring and Ubud Town to see the Ubud Palace and the art market.
Historically, the Balinese village of Ubud can trace its roots to as far back as the 8th century. It is documented on ancient palm leaf scripts that a revered holy man from ...
Jl Raya Ubud
Day 3: Full Day Tanah Lot & Bedugul Tour
Breakfast at the hotel. A full day tour visiting the famous Tanah Lot sea temple which was built by Dang Hyang Nirartha and then followed by visiting Alas Kedaton Alas Kedaton where the monkeys living here are considered sacred. Afterwards drive to Bedugul to see the superb view of lake Beratan which is also very famous for its Ulun Danu Temple built on the shores of the lake and the spice / fruit market at Candikuning. Final stop will be made at Mengwi, was one of the main island kingdom, to see one of the grandest water garden temple on the island called Taman Ayun which was built around 1740 and symbolizing the cosmic union of sea and mountain.