Get up close with Bali’s nature and culture at Pupuan, Lovina Beach, Kuta, Tampaksiring, Tegallalang and Kintamani. The highlights of this tour in Bali are the Wild Dolphin Search Experience, Tanah Lot which is an off-island rock formation that is home to a pilgrimage temple, Tirta Empul Temple which is a national cultural heritage site and holy mountain spring, and Tegallalang’s rice paddy slopes.
Day 1: Arrival in Bali – Lovina Beach (Dinner)
Glimpse of Bali
Upon arrival at Bali airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Take a drive through the bustling main road of Tabanan, the rural Balinese villages and the plantation area of Pupuan where you will be amazed with the charming view of the mountain and lake. Upon arrival at Lovina Beach, enjoy a leisurely time either around town or on the beach before enjoying a satisfying dinner.
Day 2: Lovina Beach – South Bali (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Lovina Beach Dolphin Experience
Embark on an early morning boat ride for your Wild Dolphin Search Experience. Enjoy a free Dolphin Show at Melka Excelsior (subject to availability). Travel south to Kuta and en route to Kuta, you will stop by Bali’s biggest Buddhist temple, Air Panas Banjar which is one of the best hot springs on the island, Munduk where you can immerse in the lovely view of Twin Lake, Bedugul where you will visit Ulun Danu Temple and admire the picturesque Lake Beratan, and Tanah Lot which is an off-island rock formation, home to a pilgrimage temple and offers a beautiful sunset during fair weather.
Day 3: South Bali – Central Bali – South Bali (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Scenic and Cultural Bali
En route to Kintamani, overlooking the active volcano of Mount Batur, drop by Celuk Village, home to gold and silver smiths, Mas Village, center of woodcarving craftsmen, Ubud Village, artist colony famous for traditional painting as well as Tampaksiring, home to Tirta Empul Temple which is a national cultural heritage site and holy mountain spring. Visit a coffee plantation to gain insights on coffee processing, before proceeding to Tegallalang where you will enjoy an afternoon tea with authentic Balinese sweet while reveling in the scenic landscape of the rice paddy slopes across the valley.
Day 4: Departure from Bali (Breakfast)
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Bali airport for homebound flight.
Tirta Empul Temple
Bali has a tropical and humid climate, with an average temperature of 27 °C and annual rainfall of 1737 mm. Up on Bali’s mountains where several of them peak over 3000 meters in elevation, temperatures are cooler with more rainfall.
The seasons in Bali are as follow:
- Dry – April to September are months popular with visitors because skies are clear and bright with the occasional rainfall. July and August see the most visitors enjoying Bali’s finest. As the waters are clear during the dry season, it is a good time for water sport activities such as scuba diving and snorkeling.
- Rainy – October to March are months when Bali becomes quieter because the sea is rougher, waters not as clear and days filled with hours of rain.