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From Bali: Nusa Penida Small Group Tour by Speed Boat

1. From Bali: Nusa Penida Small Group Tour by Speed Boat

Explore Nusa Penida, a charming island nestled in the waters between Bali and Lombok, on a full-day guided tour. Admire the island's beautiful beaches, rugged coastline, and relaxed way of life, and discover why Nusa Penida has become a firm traveler favorite. Head out from the Sanur Ferry Terminal toward Nusa Penida. Sit back and relax, and spend your day hopping around 4 picturesque beaches and some of the most special spots on the island. Stop first at the top of Kelingking Beach and admire the wonderful view of the white sandy beach. Take a close look at the curving coastline, which many visitors compare to the shape of a T-Rex. Then, move on to Angel's Billabong. Take a dip in a natural infinity pool created by a small gap in the cliff face, without the 5-star price tag. Next, marvel at Broken Beach's natural pools and cliff arches before making your way to Crystal Bay. Enjoy time to swim and snorkel in waters as clear as their namesake.

Ubud: Romantic Dinner on a Forest Tree Deck

2. Ubud: Romantic Dinner on a Forest Tree Deck

The evening begins with pickup from your accommodation in Ubud and heads to a luxurious 5-star resort where your romantic adventure awaits. Upon arrival, enjoy a leisurely stroll through the venue to your private tree deck for the evening. Feel immersed in the beauty of the Balinese wilderness as you marvel at the luscious trees that surround you, and listen to the delightful sound of birdsong. As the evening draws in upon the jungle, take a seat at the table on your private deck, and begin your six course meal. Seymour the rich flavors of your meal, with a variety of menu selections including beef, seafood, halal and vegetarians. Dine on delicious pan seared duck breast, Tasmanian salmon, crispy tempura mussels, and sticky rice noodles, then for dessert, crepes and tiramisu ice cream.  While you eat, admire the breathtaking tropical forest that envelops you and marvel at the twinkling stars that light up the night sky. This is a truly unforgettable night of romance, that will give you memories to cherish forever.

Bali Sunset: Uluwatu Temple, Kecak Dance and Jimbaran Bay

3. Bali Sunset: Uluwatu Temple, Kecak Dance and Jimbaran Bay

Experience the best sundown spot in Bali on a visit to Uluwatu Temple, a Balinese temple to the sea gods with a commanding view of the Indian Ocean. Part of a series of temples built to protect the island from evil spirits, today its cliffside location is the permanent home to a family of friendly monkeys! Once night falls and you have seen the colors of the sunset, experience one of the island's most famous cultural performances at a "kecak" fire dance. Watch the locals act out a scene from the Ramayana with a mesmerizing trance chant, punctuated by exciting fire dances by performers in intricate costumes. Then, get the option to enjoy dinner at a seafood restaurant serving delicious barbecue food in Jimbaran Bay. Sink your feet in the sand as you dine and relax at the end of an unforgettable day!

Bali: Sacred Temples and Sunset Private Tour

4. Bali: Sacred Temples and Sunset Private Tour

Begin your full day tour with a private vehicle pick-up from your hotel at 9:00 AM and depart for Goa Gajah Temple, also called the Elephant Cave Temple, where you can admire its unique stone structure and layout. Visit Gunung Kawi Sebatu temple, an 11th century temple and funerary complex spread across either side of the Pakerisan River. Afterwards, visit the Tirta Empul Temple or Holy Spring Temple, where you can receive a holy blessing for purification. You will be provided with a Sarong to enter the temple and for receiving the blessing. The next stop is Taman Ayun Temple, the Royal Family Temple, located in Mengwi. Learn about how this temple was built in 1634 by the king of the Mengwi dynasty on  small island surrounded by a handmade lake. At the end of the tour, you will discover Bali's most photographed temple; Tanah Lot. Situated on a little rocky islet that is not accessable during high tides, the temple is usually where people can experience the most dramatic sunsets in Bali. After this amazing finish, be dropped off back at your hotel. 

Bali: 2-Day Sunset and Sunrise Camping at Mt. Batur

5. Bali: 2-Day Sunset and Sunrise Camping at Mt. Batur

Experience Bali from the top of its most famous mountain on a private overnight camping adventure at Mt. Batur. Towering 1,717 meters above sea level, the volcanic mountain is the 2nd highest point on the island. Get the most out of the experience with mountain hikes, and spend the night under a canopy of stars at the summit. Day 1: Depart in the afternoon at approximately 12:30 PM, and journey to the village of Toya Bungkah on Mt. Batur. Hike for approximately 2 hours, depending on the number of hikers and their physical condition. Then, set up your tents when you reach an altitude of 1,500 meters above sea level. At approximately 18:00, hike for about 14 to 20 minutes to the summit of Mt. Batur, and watch a majestic sunset at the top of the volcano. Enjoy a simple meal (typically banana cooked using the steam of the volcano) along with hot Balinese coffee and tea. Then, return to camp to cook dinner and make a campfire to sit around and try some of the local Arak Bali and Brem wines. Toast the end of the day and make a wish for clear skies to see the moon and the stars and enjoy a magnificent sunrise the following day. Day 2: Wake early to watch the sunrise from the mountain. Pack up all your camping gear before the early morning tourists arrive. A porter will be on hand to take care of the equipment while you watch the beautiful colors of purple, orange, pink and red appear in the sky. Marvel as the sky changes from black to blue while the clouds dissipate and re-form due to temperature changes caused by the rising sun. Get panoramic views of the ocean in the distance as the day begins. On a clear day you can easily see Mt. Rinjani on the neighboring island of Lombok. Then, hike to the 3 main craters of the volcano and see some of the recent black lava flow. End at the natural hot springs of Batur, where you can relax and recharge your mind with the help of Mother Nature.

Bali: Mount Batur Sunset Trek with Picnic

6. Bali: Mount Batur Sunset Trek with Picnic

Enjoy a tour perfect for those looking for an amazing mountain adventure. Take in an incredible sunset view after walking up as the sun goes down in a light and cool atmosphere. Make use of trekking poles as you hike up the mountain with your guide. As you ascend, enjoy the view of the caldera, the frozen black lava, lakes, and green trees. In contrast to the sunrise trek, you will do the sunset trek in the afternoon so all the way up you will enjoy the beautiful scenery. Upon reaching the top, marvel at the beautiful panorama of Batur volcano, and embrace the feeling of standing on top of paradise. Witness the majestic Mount Agung, Mount Abang and Lake Batur nested on the east foot of the volcano. Let guide will set up a mini-picnic for you while you take in the panoramic views.

Bali: Tanah Lot Temple Guided Sunset Tour

7. Bali: Tanah Lot Temple Guided Sunset Tour

The tour begins with pickup from selected Bali locations and heads to the stunning Tanah Lot Temple, located about 20 km north of Densapar. Upon arrival, admire the imposing rock formation that the temple sits upon, which has been shaped over the years by the crashing waves beneath it. Tanah Lot is one of 7 ocean temples in Bali and has been a center of mythology for centuries. This Hindu temple, which is dedicated to the Gods of the sea and dates back to the 16th century, holds much significance for locals but is now just as well loves by visitors to the island. Spend some time exploring the temple, as well as its dramatic surroundings, and learn about the rich history of Tanah Lot and the religious beliefs surrounding it. There’s also time to wander around the many local market stalls that surround the temple, offering handmade trinkets, Balinese instruments, textiles and more. After a spot of shopping, head back to the temple, which boasts incredible sunset views thanks to its Southwesterly location. Find the perfect place to relax and admire the skies change color against the backdrop of the ocean, with Tanah Lot standing proudly at the forefront. Once the sun has set, hop back on the bus for the return journey to your accommodation.

Ubud & Canggu: Rice Terrace, Waterfall & Black Sand Beach

8. Ubud & Canggu: Rice Terrace, Waterfall & Black Sand Beach

After pickup in a private vehicle from your hotel, you will head to Ubud and make your first stop at the stunning Tegenungan waterfall where you can walk up close to the cascades and step over the top rocks to get amazing views of the surrounding jungle. Next, explore the Ubud Art Market that is located in front of the Royal Ubud Palace. Here you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods. The Ubud market also served as a setting for the Hollywood movie 'Eat Pray Love', which shows a scene where actress Julia Roberts is opposite a male character strolling through the stalls which are frequently visited by foreign and domestic visitors in real life. Your visit to Ubud is not complete without visiting Tegallalang rice terrace, famous for its beautiful scenes of rice paddies. Your private tour guide will explain to you about Subak which is the traditional Balinese irrigation system. You will have the option to visit a Luwak coffee plantation where you can see how the most expensive coffee in the world is made. After exploring Ubud, you will go to Canggu, the new benchmark for edgy beach clubs and bars, progressive eating spots and slick spas in Bali. Your guide will take you to check out the black sand beach where you can relax, grab a beer, and witness the sunset view before going back to your hotel.

Bali: Uluwatu Temple and Kecak Dance Sunset Small-Group Tour

9. Bali: Uluwatu Temple and Kecak Dance Sunset Small-Group Tour

Get whisked away on this evening tour of Uluwatu. Prepare yourself for jaw-dropping sunset views on the cliffs.  At 70 meters above sea level, Uluwatu Temple is a must-see for history and architecture lovers. Learn about the how the site is considered one of the six key temples in Bali and a spiritual pillar of the island. Your local guide will teach you about its historical and religious significance. Wander the grounds and snap photos of the temple’s scenic surroundings.  Before leaving the sacred temple site, head to the open-air amphitheater to catch the Kecak and Fire Dance. The well-loved cultural performance revolves around traditional Balinese song, dance, and storytelling accompanied by a choir. Watch talented performers with the majestic sunset as the backdrop.

Ubud: Monkey Forest, Rice Terrace & Tanah Lot Private Tour

10. Ubud: Monkey Forest, Rice Terrace & Tanah Lot Private Tour

After a morning pickup at your hotel, head to your first stop, a Batuan traditional Balinese house, located in the Gianyar regency. Follow your guide to a typical house inhabited by local people. Admire Balinese architecture — a compound with several buildings — and learn the importance of each part. Then journey to the Tegallalang rice fields of Ubud, famous for its beautiful scenery of rice paddies and the traditional subak irrigation system. Get a stunning view of the rice terraces on the slopes of the hills across the valley, and enjoy the cool and breezy climate. Next, visit a coffee plantation to learn about the famous luwak coffee. Learn how the farmers collect the still-intact beans from the forest floor and clean, roast, and grind them. Study the entire process of making the unusual brew, and get a chance to try some other coffees, tea, and cocoa drinks. Continue to Ubud Royal Palace (Puri Saren Ubud) and gaze in awe at one of the area's most prominent monuments. Constructed in traditional Balinese style, the palace has been well-preserved by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel's heirs. Marvel at the gardens and the banyan tree that provides shelter from the heat. Afterward, make your way to Sacred Monkey Forest and discover the home of around 200 monkeys in Ubud. Believed by the locals to be "God's Guard of the Dalem Agung Temple," the long-tailed macaques dwell in certain areas and can often be seen on the roads.  End your tour at Tanah Lot Temple, known for its enchanting seaside setting and sunset views. Look at the ancient Hindu shrine, perched in the crashing waves, and watch the sun melt over the horizon. Then, travel you back to your hotel or accommodation.

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What people are saying about Bali

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 551 reviews

We had an awesome guide, Agus. He was very nice and took photos and was patient. The sites we visited were beautiful. It was crowded but for the most part but you still got some dreamy pictures. The trip overall was very nice, even though you don’t get a bunch of time at each location. The boat ride was also a lot of fun if you’re not getting motion sickness (disclaimer: the car rides are also very bumpy). Overall: would do it again!

This is a great way to spend a day seeing so much that Bali has to offer. Leo our driver was amazing and spent a lot of time explaining the Balinese culture and traditions, which we found really interesting. We would thoroughly recommend and the stop at the Balinese house and tasting/explanation of Luwak coffee was of particular interest. 5 stars

Our driver Tedy was great! He was friendly, showed us around and took really nice photos for us! The show and seafood restaurant were also really nice. Expect to pay a little more for the restaurant, however, the meal was delicious, there was a lot of food, and the price was reasonable for the food we received!

A very relaxing afternoon/sunset. All questions about the island of Bali and the temple could be answered and currently there is little going on in the evenings, considering that there are hundreds of seats available, but only a few "front seats". I'm totally satisfied!

The tour guide was knowledgeable with the places where we went, very polite and respectful and also have a good sense of humour. He also give tips when buying some souvenirs, well recommended.