Sunset Hike up Mount Batur
In the late afternoon, Mount Batur, one of the most dramatic and accessible live volcanos on earth, shows you an outstanding panoramic view which should not be missed. When you reach the crest, enjoy an incredible sunset on the horizon. Once the sky turns dark, open a bottle of champagne in celebration of this special moment.
Planting mangrove trees in Bali
On Serangan or Mertasari Beach in Bali, the mangrove forest unfolds in front of your eyes. Jump from your boat into the mangrove and take a short walk with the park ranger to find a suitable place to plant some mangroves. After assisting with planting, take a walk on the jetty around the forest to admire the scenery. The mangrove forest is a lovely pre-wedding photo shoot venue.
Cycling through villages and making your own chocolate
Cruise through untouched rice terraces and villages dotted with traditional houses and temples. Stop to meet friendly locals, take photos of scenic spots, and learn about the local culture. Stop by a chocolate factory and participate in making your own from start to finish — including elephant shaped personalized chocolates.
Pura Uluwatu Temple – has monkeys!
This exquisite holy temple is perched above the sea and situated on a headland at the westernmost tip of the peninsula. Take in the Kecak and Fire Dance show in the evening which tells the story of an external love tale, and the stunning sunset background will complement an unforgettable experience.
Tanah Lot at Sunset
Tanah Lot Temple, Bali’s most photographed temple, is perched on a little rocky islet that is inaccessible during high tides. At sunset, the tides are low and you can walk to visit the temple.
Borobudur Temple at Sunrise
Wake up early to reach Borobudur for the sunrise and see the impressively large Buddhist temple, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is the most mystical time to see the temple as the sun rises over the structure in the tranquil morning air. Explore this massive Buddhist Temple- the largest in the world- and discover the incredible history behind its construction.
Snorkeling at Gili Meno
Gili Meno offers incredible snorkeling with clear water and colorful coral reef teeming with hundreds of varieties of tropical fish in their natural habitat. Enjoy snorkeling around blue coral or relax on the beach.
Hiking Kelimutu Volcano
Enjoy a scenic 1.5km (about 1 mile) hike culminating with a mountaintop stairway that brings you to the perfect spot to view Kelimutu’s green, blue, and black lakes.
Take a safari to Banunggulung to see the Komodo Dragons. It is estimated that there are 2,000 lizards on Komodo Island. The island is also a great place for birdlife with cockatoos and song birds, among others.
Camp Leakey Rainforest Trek & Orangutan Rehab
Here, the playful and friendly baby orangutans are taught the first stages of fending for themselves in the jungle. Observe the monkeys along the riverbanks from your traditional Klotok wooden river boat as it floats down the quiet river to Camp Leakey. Hike into the rainforest and learn about heterogenic forest wildlife while observing some wildlife. Afterwards, bring milk and fruits to the rehabilitation center for feeding time.