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Banyumala Waterfall, Jatiluwih and Tanah Lot Temple Tour
Discover the significant spiritual and historical sites in Bali on this all-day guided tour. First, stop Banyumala waterfall, head to Ulundanu Bratan Temple then Jatiluwih UNESCO World Heritage Site,
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- Travel around comfortably in an air-conditioned car with Professional Guide
- Enjoy Natural pool at Banyumala Waterfall
- Watch magnificent sunset view at tanah Lot Temple
DescriptionBellow places interest that we will visit 1. Banyumala Waterfall Banyumala Waterfall is a captivating and lesser-known gem tucked away in the northern part of Bali. It's revered for its stunning natural setting, featuring multiple cascades flowing into shallow pools surrounded by lush tropical foliage. The trek to reach Banyumala involves navigating through a verdant jungle, which adds to the adventure and charm of the experience. The serene atmosphere and the relatively fewer crowds make it an excellent spot for swimming, photography, or simply enjoying the peaceful ambiance of this picturesque waterfall. 2. Ulundanu Bratan Temple Ulundanu Bratan Temple, also known as Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, is a picturesque and iconic Hindu water temple located on the shores of Lake Bratan in Bali, Indonesia. The temple is dedicated to Dewi Danu, the Balinese water goddess, and it is revered for its spiritual significance related to the island's irrigation system and agriculture. The temple complex comprises several shrines and meru towers that seem to float on the calm waters of Lake Bratan, creating a serene and ethereal atmosphere. The breathtaking setting against the backdrop of the lake and surrounding mountains makes it a popular spot for both tourists and locals. The tranquil ambiance and stunning scenery make Ulundanu Bratan Temple a must-visit destination in Bali. 3. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace The Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bali, famous for its breathtakingly expansive and well-preserved rice terraces. Located in the Tabanan Regency, this area showcases traditional Balinese farming practices and the intricate 'subak' irrigation system. The terraces sprawl across the landscape, presenting a mesmerizing sight with their intricate patterns and vibrant green hues. Visitors can explore the terraces on foot or by bicycle, immersing themselves in the stunning scenery and learning about the cultural significance of rice cultivation in Bali. It's a peaceful and visually stunning place that offers a glimpse into the island's agricultural heritage. 4. Tanah Lot Temple Tanah lot Temple an iconic and picturesque Hindu temple perched on a rock formation along the southwestern coast of Bali. This temple is famous for its stunning location, surrounded by the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean. Its name, 'Tanah Lot,' means 'Land in the Sea' in Balinese, which perfectly describes its setting during high tide when it appears to be floating on water. The temple is dedicated to the sea gods and spirits of the sea and is an important pilgrimage site. Visitors are captivated not only by the temple's cultural significance but also by the breathtaking sunset views that paint the sky in vivid colors, providing a magical backdrop to this ancient and revered site. Tanah Lot is a popular destination offering spiritual, cultural, and natural beauty all in one place.
IncludesPrivate air conditioning car with professional Local guide 1 Bottle Mineral water /Person Parking Fees Fuel Entrance tickets to Banyumala Waterfall Entrance tickets to Ulundanu Bratan Tempple Entrance tickets to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Entrance tickets to Tanah Lot Temple
- Women During menstruation are not allowed to visit the temple Minimum Booking is 2 person, Extra charge apply for solo traveller You will have short walk to Banyumala Waterfall