Lake Beratan, Buyan, Tamblingan & Gitgit Waterfall Full Day Tour
Max. Guests per car
Approx. 8 hours
IDR 125,000/car per additional hour.
Tickets to attractions and meals are not provided.
08:30 AM at the Resort Lobby
Mineral Water Bottle
Bali Botanical Garden
This lovely botanical garden is intended for botanical research, conservation, education and recreation. Here, you can relax in a beautiful and peaceful ambience while learning about the usage of plants in the daily life of the Balinese people. Additionally, it contains interesting tropical rainforest plants and birdlife. The Bali Botanical Garden is situated 1,250-1,450 meters above sea level and spanning across 157.5 hectares of land. The temperature at the garden is about 17 - 25 centigrade in daytime, which drops to 10 - 15 centigrade at night with a humidity of 70-90%. Since the weather is unpredictable, please prepare warm clothes and an umbrella or a raincoat for this visit. Admission ticket: IDR 50,000/person.
Lake Beratan & Ulun Danu Temple
Ulun Danu Temple is dedicated to the gods of the lake or waters (Ulun means ‘head’ and Danu means ‘lake’), as the lake supplies much water to paddy field in the surrounding regions. The temple was founded in the seventeenth century by the King of Mengwi. At the outermost courtyard sits a Buddhist temple and a big Banyan tree. This temple has an important role in the Nyegara Gunung ritual, Segara (ocean) and Gunung (mountain). Here, visitors can rent a speed boat to around the lake. Admission ticket: IDR 30,000/person.
Lake Buyan & Lake Tamblingan
Lake Tamblingan is located on a plateau surrounded by verdant hills and is located adjacent to Lake Buyan. To preserve the authenticity of nature, motorized boat is not allowed here. To reach these twin lakes, we would have to trek for 25 minutes in the Asah Gobleg countryside. These twin lakes can be seen from a hilltop at the Asah Gobleg Countryside, Sukasada subdistrict, Buleleng, the northern part of Bali. The location of the twin lakes are ideal for Jungle Trekking Adventure because the rainforest offers plenty of flora and fauna for observation. Many local visitors can look forward to participate in a camping program or outdoor team building activities while enjoying the beautiful nature. Here, visitors can see local residents rowing small traditional boats called perahu to cross the lake or to fishing. As the weather here can get quite cold, please prepare do warm clothing. Admission ticket: not necessary.
Munduk is a small mountain village located between 500 and 1,200 meters above sea level, with average temperatures of 20 to 30°C. With a population of about 6,200 people, the Munduk village has a rich history. Local legends say that the village was originally settled by people from the mountains who were escaping due to invasion of the ants. At that time, several clans moved from Klungkung to resettle at Munduk village 200 to 300 years ago. This village was the entryway through which the viziers of the Majapahit Kingdom in East Java penetrated to South Bali. History repeated itself when the Dutch expanded their colonial empire from Java to Bali. Similarly, they reached South Bali through the Munduk village, and subsequently used it as a mountain retreat of the administrative capital of Singaraja. The first guesthouse for Dutch officers was opened at Munduk in 1908. It brought colonial architecture to Munduk village, along with traditional export commodities such as coffee, cacao, cloves and vanilla. Admission ticket: not necessary.
Buddhist Temple of Banjar
The Buddhist temple and Monastery in Banjar, North Bali, near Lovina, is more than just a tourist attraction. Today, it is still actively used. You can still find groups of people staying in the ashram nearby. The Buddhist temple of Banjar has no entrance is free, but donations are welcome. Even the sarongs you might need to enter the temple, is available to use for free. It is located on the hills above Lovina so that you can enjoy the calm and tranquility with picturesque views.
Banjar Hot Spring
Banjar hot spring is a natural hot spring in the vicinity of a Buddhist Temple. People believe that the hot spring can heal diseases. Its water is contained in a small swimming pool encircled by nature. Situated at the Banjar countryside, Banjar subdistrict, Buleleng district and Singaraja Regency, it is about 1.5 km from Banjar or 24 km from Singaraja town. Admission ticket: IDR 20,000/person.
Gitgit Waterfall is a must-go for tourists who loves beautiful nature in North Bali. Located on a plateau 35 meters high, the waterfall is surrounded by tall, green tropical trees. Sometimes, we can encounter wild monkeys coming down to get water from this waterfall. Admission ticket: IDR 20,000/person.