Bali - Beauties of Central and East Bali (7d6n)


Individual arrival in Bali and optional transfer to your hotel in Ubud. Ubud is centrally located and the artistic centre of Bali.

Today there is a wide range of optional excursions possible for exploring the small town of Ubud and its surroundings. Interesting temples and palaces as the Elephant Cave, Tampak Siring or the famous Pura Besakih (the mother temple) and Kintamani to view its picturesque Batur Lake & Volcano are only a few of the interesting sights to bring a visit. Trekking around Ubud’s rice fields, white water rafting and spa treatments are also available. Interesting dance performances in former palaces or temple ceremonies are worth visiting! And last but not least, the many galleries in and around Ubud offer all handicrafts and arts where the small town is know for.

Today’s program brings you through the heart of Bali via a beautiful trip, to the Karangasem area. This is one of the most authentic areas of Bali with tranquil villages, friendly inhabitants and untouched scenery with mountains, green valleys, elegant running small rivers. In the afternoon you will arrive in the serene village of Sidemen, surrounded by beautiful rice fields landscape, dominated by Bali’s highest volcano, the Gunung Agung (3014 m.)

The landscape and atmosphere of Sidemen and its surroundings are a real invitation for a beautiful walk and a taste of traditional village life. It will make you feel like stepping far back in time. In the afternoon a short drive will bring you to your comfortable hotel in the quite coastal village of Amed. However, on the way to Amed, you will visit Amlapura, an old town from ancient Karangasem Kingdom. A short drive eastwards of Amlapura, you can witness Taman Ujung, a water palace which was build by the last King of Karangasem and now be the heritage in Balinese history.

You will feel like being in a remote paradise in the nice hotel gardens with swimming pool and on the quite beach of Amed. Today you will have the opportunity to feel like swimming in an aquarium, full of colors and even a shipwreck from the Second World War, just under the water surface.

After a relaxing morning, a spectacular drive along the coast and over mountains will bring you to the cosy coastal town Sanur, where you will spend your last night of this trip in a nice hotel with swimming pool, nearby the beach. On the way to Sanur, you will visit Tirtagangga Water Palace, which was before a place for the Royal Bathing Garden of King Karangasems’ family where the mountain springs flow fresh, unpolluted water. You will also visit ‘Goa Lawah’ (Bat Cave) which is a cave with thousands of bat hanging on its wall. When you pass by Klungkung-a small town that once was the capital of the Balinese Kingdom, you can visit Kertha Kosa, the former court of justice and Bale Kambang, a nice open pavilion with historic legacy, surrounded by a spring.

Tour ends after breakfast

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