Manggabungalow pool

Fun

For you, we organize trips to the most interesting places of the island and beyond:

Daily (outside Bali)

Borobudur + Prambanan – two world-famous temple complexes on the Java island.

Papua- is the most isolated aborigines of the planet and their lives

Colored lakes of Kelimutu

Komodo-tour to Komodo islands

Komodo + Kelimutu

 

Daily (Bali)

Diving and snorkeling near the islands of Nusa Penida (Crystal Bay, Manta point) and Menjangan (National Park), as well as in Amed (wreck of USS “Liberty”)

Rafting of varying complexity and duration (can be combined with an elephant park, with a park of birds and reptiles, with quad bikes and buggies, etc.)

Bali Hai Cruises

Safari Park (except Mondays)

Elephant Safari

ATVs and buggies

Jeep rides around the island

Breakfast with orangutans + zoo

Volcano Batur trekking

Culinary lessons

Ocean fishing

Helicopter flights

Surf lessons

 

On Mondays

Mysteries of Eastern Bali (Royal palaces and Goa Lavah-temple with a cave with bats – all the most interesting on the east coast)

To the precipice Uluwatu + GWK (one of the best views of the ocean from the temple + the largest statue of the island is Garuda Wisnu Kencana)

Devdan Show (theatrical ethno-show, representing the whole palette of Indonesian dances, from Papua’s exotic dances to exquisite retellings of the great epic Ramayana and Mahabharata)

 

On Tuesdays

Kintamani + Besakih (two volcanoes in one trip: stunning views of the volcano and Lake Batur + the main temple of the island Pura Besakih on the slope of the volcano Agung)

Exotic Bali (the whole natural world of the island in three exotic parks: bird park, reptile park and orchid garden)

Tanah Lot + Monkey Forest (Alas Kedaton) (the island’s unique temple on a rock in the sea and Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest)

 

On Wednesdays

“Magic Bali” (Monkey Forest in Ubud is a landscaped park with centuries-old huge trees, with several temples and altars, with sculptures and hanging bridges through the rapid forest stream — and, of course, with a huge number of monkeys. Next, the temple of Batuan is a typical Balinese temple, an example of which the guide tells about the religion and temple culture of the island. And Tegenungan waterfall on the sacred river Petana)

Devdan Show (theatrical ethno-show, representing the whole palette of Indonesian dances, from Papua’s exotic dances to exquisite retellings of the great epic Ramayana and Mahabharata)

Swimming with dolphins

 

On Thursdays

Mysteries of Eastern Bali (Gourmet water palaces and Goa Lavah-temple with a cave with bats – all the most interesting on the east coast)

To the precipice Uluwatu + GWK (one of the best views of the ocean from the temple + the largest statue of the island is Garuda Wisnu Kencana)

 

On Fridays

Kintamani + Besakih (two volcanoes in one trip: stunning views of the volcano and Lake Batur + the main temple of the island Besakih on the slope of the volcano Agung)

Devdan Show (theatrical ethno-show, representing the whole palette of Indonesian dances, from Papua’s exotic dances to exquisite retellings of the great epic Ramayana and Mahabharata)

Ubud + blessing ceremony in a Balinese temple

 

On Saturdays

“Magic Bali” (Monkey Forest in Ubud is a landscaped park with centuries-old huge trees, with several temples and altars, with sculptures and hanging bridges through the rapid forest stream — and, of course, with a huge number of monkeys. Next, the temple of Batuan is a typical Balinese temple, an example of which the guide tells about the religion and temple culture of the island. And Tegenungan waterfall on the sacred river Petana)

Devdan Show (theatrical ethno-show, representing the whole palette of Indonesian dances, from Papua’s exotic dances to exquisite retellings of the great epic Ramayana and Mahabharata)

Bedugul + waterfall + rice terraces (Another “sightseen” of the island is the temple on Lake Beratan, Git-Git waterfall and, of course, the huge valley of rice terraces Jatiluwih.)