North Bali: Private Full-Day UNESCO Temples & Waterfall Tour

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Discover the picturesque offerings of northern Bali with a full-day guided tour of the region’s most visited sights. Visit the Taman Ayun Temple, Swing Garden, Leke Leke Waterfall, and more.

Highlights

  • Discover the Taman Ayun Temple, an impressive 17th-century royal temple complex
  • Experience the thrill of swinging high above the lush green rice paddies
  • Visit the Leke Leke Waterfall, a hidden gem perfect for photography enthusiasts
  • Explore the Ulun Danu Temple in Bedugul, dedicated to the goddess of the lake
  • Visit the Handara Gate, a famous landmark characterized by its archway & gardens

Description

Discover the picturesque offerings of northern Bali with a full-day guided tour of the region’s most visited sights. UNESCO World Heritage Status: Taman Ayun Temple was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2012 due to its outstanding cultural and spiritual significance. The site was recognized for its 'unique architectural style, which reflects the cultural and spiritual traditions of Bali's Hindu society, Swing Garden, Leke Leke Waterfall, and more. Learn about the history of these important landmarks and take in the lush landscape on your journey. Begin with a hotel pickup at 8:00 AM and head to the Taman Ayun Temple, an impressive 17th-century royal temple complex showcasing Balinese architecture and views of the surrounding countryside. Head to the Swing Garden and experience the thrill of swinging high above the lush green rice paddies. Continue to Leke Leke Waterfall, a hidden gem perfect for photography enthusiasts and nature lovers. Take in the stunning cascades and serene atmosphere. Next, discover the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple in Bedugul, which is dedicated to the goddess of the lake, Dewi Danu, and set on Lake Beratan. As the day comes to an end, visit the Handara Gate, a famous landmark characterized by its archway and manicured gardens. Lastly, embark on a 2-hour journey from Bedugul to Tanah Lot Temple, a stunning sea temple perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Indian Ocean.

Includes

Hotel pickup and drop-off Transport by private vehicle Live tour guide All Entrance fees ( If On Selection ) Mineral water Pick-up from Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud or Denpasar. Please contact the supplier for a pick-up in other areas

Important Information

  • Wear comfortable shoes as there will be walking involved. Bring a hat and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun. It's recommended to bring a camera to capture the beautiful sights. Water will be provided, but it's a good idea to bring extra. Be prepared for a full day of exploration, starting early in the morning.

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