Bali is called the island of gods or the last paradise on Earth. During this trip, you will find out that these are not just empty slogans. Immerse yourself in the harmony of the Balinese countryside, experience the slow pace of everyday life, encounter the spirituality of the people, and delve into traditional art. You will be surrounded by Balinese mysticism, the scent of frangipani flowers and incense sticks.


Day 1:
Welcome to Bali
Arrival to Denpasar – the capital of Bali. Your guide will meet and greet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is free to spend at your leisure.
Day 2:
Sanur – Balinese Traditional Farming (B)
After breakfast, we will start the adventure at Taman Sari Buwana – the unique Balinese farm. A place where you can immerse yourself in harmonious local life, feel the wet mud between your toes, wear the conical straw hat and join the farmers plowing a rice field with help of a water buffalo. The friendly villagers will gladly show you around the plantations of tropical fruits and spices. Later we will visit the local elementary school (closed on weekends and school holidays) at Tunjuk Village, which is located in Tabanan Regency. You will experience the Balinese life in its purest and simplest form. Return to your hotel in the afternoon.
Day 3:
Tanah Lot – Alas Kedaton – Jatiluwih – Balian (B)
Start your day with breakfast and drive to Tanah Lot – the 16th-century pilgrimage Hindu temple. Learn about the cultural history of the island and discover how this temple has influenced generations of Balinese Hindus. Later we will stop at Alas Kedaton Temple. In the lush rainforest, you will meet hundreds of monkeys, the inhabitants of the local sanctuary. Continue to Jatiluwih Village, famous for its sweeping rice terraces. We will spend some time to admire the magnificent landscape and enjoy lunch here (at your own expense). Next, if we still have time, we can head south to picturesque Pekutatan or Balian Beach and stop at Bali Butterfly Park – the home to birdwing butterfly and many other rare and endemic species. Return to the hotel for a rest.
Day 4:
Balian – Pemuteran (B)
Today we will head to the northern coast of West Bali to take a tour around Pemuteran. Passing the volcanic black sand beaches we will have an opportunity to see the traditional salt farmers drawing salt from the sea. After visiting the laid-back fishing village we will stop at a pearl farm and enjoy a rare insight into how pearls are cultured in the pristine clear water surrounding the area. Check into your hotel near the ocean and leisure time.
Day 5:
Pemuteran – Menjangan Island (B)
After breakfast, we will take a traditional boat and sail to Menjangan Island situated in the protected marine reserve of the Bali Barat National Park. Here we will admire another treasure of Bali – underwater world. During snorkeling, we will explore the rich diversity of marine life trying to spot schools of batfish, jackfish, angelfish, tuna and sea turtles, along with the outstanding multicolored coral reef gardens. Menjangan Island is world-famous for wall-diving; the water is crystal clear here. After snorkeling, the boat will take us back to Menjangan where you can take a stroll down the unspoiled, secluded beaches or visit the forest (if you are lucky, you might meet the local inhabitant – the Menjangan deer itself). Return to your hotel and rest.
Day 6:
Pemuteran – Kintamani – Tirta Gangga – Amed (B)
This morning, after breakfast, we will drive along the northern coastline to Jemeluk Beach in Amed. On the way, we will visit Beji Temple – one of the oldest temples in Bali, dedicated to the goddess Dewi Sri who protects Bali’s irrigated rice paddies. We will stop for lunch (at your own expense) in the restaurant overlooking Mount Batur with the spectacular view of the crater lake set in a vast volcanic twin-caldera. The next stop on our way will be Tirta Gangga, the sacred water palace built by the last Raja of Karangasem Kingdom. This lovely spot is perfect to unwind or walk around the maze of decorative ponds and fountains. Surrounded by lush flora and natural bathing pools has a real vibe of old Bali. Upon arrival in Amed, famous for its beaches, lined with traditional outrigger fishing boats, check-in to your hotel and rest for overnight.
Day 7-8:
Free time in Amed (B)
Two leisurely days in Amed are for you to indulge in a favorite pastime on a tropical island. For those who would like some activity, we would be pleased to arrange a facultative program. You may enjoy a one-hour cruise on a traditional outrigger canoe called ‘jukung’. The boat takes you for some fabulous views of the quiet fishing village on the edge of a rocky, black volcanic beach, famous for snorkeling and diving. If you prefer diving, we can arrange a trip to Tulamben where just offshore lies one of the best sunken shipwrecks in the world, 130 meters long USS Liberty Wreck.
Day 9:
Sibetan – Besakih – Ubud (B)
After breakfast at the hotel, we will go on a trip to Sibetan Village where you can observe the weaving process of Songket – silver- or gold-threaded textile, hand-woven using traditional floating-weft methods. The village, situated at the foot of the majestic and still active volcano Mount Agung, is surrounded by the biggest Salak (snake fruit) plantation in Bali. The local delicacy is the salak wine, manufactured only here. Later we will continue to visit the magnificent Pura Besakih, known as the Mother Temple and the most important temple in Bali. From the dramatic mountain scenery, we will move to serene landscape of verdant rice fields in Ubud area. After checking in to the hotel we will watch traditional Balinese dance performance in a nearby village.
Day 10:
Free time in Ubud (B)
Today you will have the whole day to explore Ubud. This small city dotted with Hindu temples and shrines is the cultural and artistic center of the island. You can walk around the colorful traditional market offering everything, from tropical fruits and vegetables to textiles and wooden handicrafts. Learn about classical Balinese and Indonesian art and craftsmanship by visiting art galleries, handicraft workshops, local designers’ studios or antique shops. The nature explorers will appreciate the island’s most beautiful rice paddies and lush dense jungle. Gourmets will find the unique flavors of Indonesian cuisine in one of many restaurants, cafés or straight from the street food hawkers.
Day 11:
Ubud – Denpasar (B)
After leisurely breakfast, we will transfer you to the airport in Denpasar for your return flight to Europe. Farewell to Bali.

Places you will visit:

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Besakih Temple
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Tirta Empul Temple
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Gunung Kawi
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Monkey Forest
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Tanah Lot Temple
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Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest
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Balian Beach
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Menjangan Island
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Tirta Gangga
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Our rate is inclusive of

Accommodation for 10 nights in 3*/4* hotels, with daily breakfast;


Return airport transfer and land transportation by private air-conditioned vehicles;


Boat trip to Menjangan Island with provided snorkeling equipment;


Service of English speaking guide during the activity days;

Our rate is exclusive of

Flights from and to Indonesia;


Travel insurance;


Entrance fees/tickets or donations for all places visited as listed on the itinerary;


Customary tips (estimated amount of approx. 50 USD);


Any meals, drinks and other services, which are not listed on the itinerary;


Any personal expenses (laundry, telephone, etc.)

Final price

Our prices are quoted in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) per person based on twin share accommodation (2 people in 1 room) and valid on regular season. For payments in other currency (Euro or US Dollar) the exchange rate of the invoice day will apply.

Season range

High season period : 1 July to August, 20 December – 5 January;
Peak season period : during Moslem Lebaran Holiday and Indonesian School Holidays;
Regular season period : else than period mentioned on high and peak season period;