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Ulundanu Bratan, Jatiluwih and Tanah Lot Sunset Tour2 Reviews
Discover most autantic Bali Experience with visiting some most beautiful places in North Part of Bali. Enjoy the natural atmostfhere With every places we visit.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Bali:If youʻre booking your trip to Bali last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Disocver hidden gem waterfalls that not well known from tourist
- Enjoy the green scenery of Jatiluwih rice terrace
- Spend a day with professional Local guide
- Enjoy Sunset at Tanah Lot temple
DescriptionNorth part of Bali well known as the magical view of waterfalls, Rice field and aciant temple Ulundanu Bratan temple. We have designt for you this tour complede with Enjoy view at sunset in Tanah Lot temple. 1. Leke-Leke Waterfall Start of your tour from pick up from your hotel or Villa locations then drive in comport to Leke-Leke waterfall. Leke-Leke Waterfall is situated in the village of Antapan, in the northeastern part of Bali. It's nestled amidst lush jungle and rolling hills, providing a serene and natural setting. One of the unique aspects of Leke-Leke Waterfall is its secluded and off-the-beaten-path location. The journey to the waterfall involves a trek through a dense forest, a wooden bridge, and scenic paths that add to the sense of adventure. 2. Ulundanu Bratan Temple Continued our tour to visit Ulundanu Bratan Temple, is a stunning and iconic Hindu temple located on the shores of Lake Bratan in the Bedugul area of Bali. The temple's location on the shores of Lake Bratan not only provides a stunning backdrop but is also a functional aspect of its design. The temple is essential for the subak system, a traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system, as it ensures the proper distribution of water for the rice fields in the region. 3. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace The Jatiluwih Rice Terraces offer breathtaking natural beauty. The landscapes are characterized by rolling terraces that extend to the foot of Mount Batukaru, one of Bali's dormant volcanoes. The lush greenery of the rice paddies is punctuated by palm trees and other tropical vegetation, creating a mesmerizing view. Visitors can explore the rice terraces on foot, with various trekking options available. Guided tours can provide insights into the farming practices, the subak system, and the local culture. Visitors can explore the rice terraces on foot, with various trekking options available. Guided tours can provide insights into the farming practices, the subak system, and the local culture. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces are a photographer's paradise, with stunning vistas, vibrant colors, and the play of light and shadow creating countless opportunities for capturing striking images. 4. Coffee Break at Coffee Plantation 5. Tanah Lot Sunset Temple Tanah Lot Temple It's situated on a rock formation just offshore in the Indian Ocean, making it one of Bali's most picturesque and dramatic coastal landmarks. The temple complex consists of a series of small shrines and pavilions that are perched on top of the rocky outcrop. It's dedicated to the Balinese sea gods and is a place of worship, rituals, and offerings. The temple is accessible during low tide, and visitors can walk to the base of the rocky formation to get a closer look at the temple. During high tide, the temple is surrounded by the sea, creating an even more dramatic and isolated appearance.
IncludesPrivate air conditioning car with english speaking driver Parking fees Fuel 1 Bottle mineral water/person Entrances tickets to Leke-Leke Waterfall Entrances tickets to Ulundanu Bratan Temple Entrances tickets to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Entrances tickets to Coffee Plantation Entrances tickets to Tanah Lot Temple
- We requared minimum of 2 person for booking, Solo traveller subject to pay extra The tour will requared some walk down to river on Leke-leke waterfall