Adventures in Bali Tour | Yampu Tours

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Adventures in Bali Tour

PRIVATE TOUR - 8 DAY SAMPLE ITINERARY

FROM $1820+

Private Tour Highlights

  • Be treated to passing scenes of Balinese villages and rice paddies
  • Visit a traditional farmhouse as well as a hot mineral spring
  • Stop by an ancient quarry where stones are still cut using traditional methods
  • Walk through a traditional Balinese Village, Carang Sari, for a fun cycling adventure!
  • Bike through untouched rice terraces and villages dotted with traditional houses
  • Stop to meet friendly locals, take photos of scenic spots, and learn about the local culture
  • Sangeh, a monkey forest where visitors can meet the cheeky inhabitants
  • Enjoy an Indonesian buffet lunch at a local restaurant
  • Taman Ayun, the Royal Temple of Mengwi, Bali's most sacred
  • Tanah Lot Temple, perched on a little rocky islet that is inaccessible during high tides
  • Raft on quiet stretches of river, as well as some exhilarating white-water rapids
  • The Monkey Forest - home to a healthy population of long-tailed macaques
  • Sunrise Hike Up Mount Batur one of the most dramatic and accessible live volcanos on earth
  • Breakfast of hardboiled eggs and hot drinks, cooked in the natural heat from the volcano
  • Explore Bats Cave, whose roof is covered by thousands of bats! Bring an umbrella…
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Tour Overview

Looking for Adventures in Bali? This tour is a great way for adventurers to take on Indonesia.  With Yampu, adventurous travelers can visit the ends of this gorgeous island and explore this island’s unique terrain. Take on numerous adventures; from biking along country roads and passing rice terraces, to exploring caves crawling with bats and rafting along rapids, the amount of excitement is never-ending!

After landing in Bali, take to the center island to be treated to passing scenes of Balinese villages, rice paddies, the unspoiled fields surrounding Mount Batukaru, and inland island forests. Visit a traditional farmhouse, hot mineral springs, tropical gardens filled with fragrant spices, and an ancient quarry where stones are still cut using traditional methods to build shrines and temples. Stop by Carang Sari for a 2-hour cycling adventure! Cover approximately 17 kilometers, passing through untouched rice terraces and villages dotted with traditional houses and temples. Pass through Sangeh, a monkey forest where visitors can meet the friendly natives.

Stroll through Taman Ayun, the Royal Temple of Mengwi, a very impressive temple and Bali’s most sacred. From there, continue to Bedugul, a pleasant mountain village on Lake Bratan, and visit its botanical gardens and fresh market. After visiting several other temples, end the day with a visit to Tanah Lot Temple! Bali’s most photographed temple is perched on a little rocky islet that is inaccessible during high tides. After a transfer to central Bali, witness numerous beautiful gorges, valleys and untamed rivers. Rafting is one of Bali’s most popular adventure activities, where one can enjoy the scenery on the quiet stretches of the river, as well as some exhilarating white-water rapids!

Continue on to visit Ubud and the surrounding area. Make friends with the healthy population of Macaques with a short visit to the Monkey Forest. On the way to the Elephant Cave, “Goa Gajah.” Next go to Batuan Village, which is home to many artistic painters, and then to the woodcarving villages of Mas and Kemenuh. Afterwards, visit the silver-making village, Celuk.

Early in the morning take on Mount Batur, considered to be one of the most dramatic and accessible live volcanos on earth. At 1717 meters above the sea level, Mount Batur is Bali’s second most sacred mountain after Mount Agung. On the crest, enjoy the incredible view of the sun rising from behind the mighty Mount Agung. Meanwhile, sample a unique breakfast! Using the natural steam from the hot volcano, enjoy hardboiled eggs and hot beverages.

On the final morning, depart for “Goa Lawah” or Bats Cave. The roof of this cave, which is believed to be connected to the sacred Mount Agung, is covered by thousands of bats. Finish the day on the slopes of Mount Agung, Bali’s largest volcano, with an extensive tour of the 8th century Besakih Temple, the “Mother Temple” of Bali and the most sacred to all Balinese. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant with a beautiful rice terrace and valley view.

Inclusions
Price includes domestic and regional flights within the itinerary; all hotel accommodations including daily continental or buffet breakfast and daily city tax; all transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling; guided tours in English including entrance fees.
Exclusions

International airfare (unless specifically included), airport departure taxes that must be paid on-site, gratuities, meals not mentioned, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages with meals, early / late check-out, room service, visa fees/services and other personal items or services not mentioned.

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Pricing Details
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Double £$1820 £$2295 £$2711 £$3332
Single £$3451 £$4398 £$5228 £$6477

Prices shown above are per person. Hotel categories do not adhere strictly to international ratings; Yampu has evaluated the hotels according to destination and availability. Prices include local airfare (where applicable), hotel accommodation including daily breakfast; all transfers with baggage handling, all guided tours in English and all entrance fees.

Trip Type:

All our trips are operated on a private basis unless specified otherwise. This is only a sample itinerary; your Yampu Tour Consultant will personalize this trip for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!

Tour Itinerary

Day
1

Flight to Indonesia

Overnight international flight to Bali.

Overnight international flight to Bali.

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Day
2

Denpasar (Bali)- Sanur

Upon arrival at the airport, enjoy a private transfer to the hotel in Sanur for check-in.

Upon arrival at the airport, enjoy a private transfer to the hotel in Sanur for check-in.

Sanur-Hotel-Bali
Day
3

Sanur

Meet the guide at the port and drive towards the center island to be treated to passing scenes of Balinese villages, rice paddies, the unspoiled (and often muddy) fields surrounding Mount Batukaru, and inland island forests. There will be frequent stops throughout the day, including visits to a traditional farmhouse, a hot mineral spring, tropical gardens filled with fragrant spices, and an ancient quarry where stones are still cut using traditional methods to build shrines and temples. At midday, stop at read more...

Meet the guide at the port and drive towards the center island to be treated to passing scenes of Balinese villages, rice paddies, the unspoiled (and often muddy) fields surrounding Mount Batukaru, and inland island forests. There will be frequent stops throughout the day, including visits to a traditional farmhouse, a hot mineral spring, tropical gardens filled with fragrant spices, and an ancient quarry where stones are still cut using traditional methods to build shrines and temples. At midday, stop at a bamboo restaurant located in the middle of a tranquil rainforest. Enjoy a traditional Balinese lunch in this relaxing setting and cap off the meal with a locally-grown mountain coffee with cognac before returning the hotel.

Note: It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes, a long-sleeve shirt, sport shoes, a camera, a hat and sunscreen.
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Day
4

Bike on the Countryside Caran SariBike on the Countryside Caran Sari

This morning, be picked up from the hotel lobby between 7:30am and 8:00am and transferred to Carang Sari (for an approximately 90-minute drive). This traditional Balinese Village is located in the Tabanan regency, in the island's interior. Upon arrival, relax with morning tea in the tranquil local surroundings. The cycling guides will provide a safety briefing, describe the route, and demonstrate how to use the bike's gears and brakes. Then set off on this 2-hour cycling adventure.

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This morning, be picked up from the hotel lobby between 7:30am and 8:00am and transferred to Carang Sari (for an approximately 90-minute drive). This traditional Balinese Village is located in the Tabanan regency, in the island's interior. Upon arrival, relax with morning tea in the tranquil local surroundings. The cycling guides will provide a safety briefing, describe the route, and demonstrate how to use the bike's gears and brakes. Then set off on this 2-hour cycling adventure.

Cover approximately 17 kilometers with several stops along the way. 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. Pass through Sangeh, a monkey forest where visitors can meet the cheeky inhabitants. At the end of the ride, enjoy an Indonesian buffet lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, transfer back to the hotel.
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Day
5

Botanical Gardens and Temple Tour

Begin the tour with a visit to Taman Ayun, the Royal Temple of Mengwi. Built in 1634, this very impressive temple - Bali's most sacred - is surrounded by a wide moat, which creates the sensation of standing in the middle of a lake. From there, continue to Bedugul, a pleasant mountain village on Lake Bratan, and visit its botanical gardens and fresh market. Due to its higher altitude and cooler weather, Bedugul is Bali's agricultural center for vegetables. Next, visit one of Bali's prettiest temples, the Ulundanu read more...

Begin the tour with a visit to Taman Ayun, the Royal Temple of Mengwi. Built in 1634, this very impressive temple - Bali's most sacred - is surrounded by a wide moat, which creates the sensation of standing in the middle of a lake. From there, continue to Bedugul, a pleasant mountain village on Lake Bratan, and visit its botanical gardens and fresh market. Due to its higher altitude and cooler weather, Bedugul is Bali's agricultural center for vegetables. Next, visit one of Bali's prettiest temples, the Ulundanu Water Temple. End the day with a visit to Tanah Lot Temple, Bali's most photographed, perched on a little rocky islet that is inaccessible during high tides. Return to the hotel. ...read less

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Day
6

Ubud With Rafting

Meet today’s guide at the port and transfer to central Bali. With numerous beautiful gorges, valleys and untamed rivers, rafting is one of Bali's most popular adventure activities. Upon arrival, receive a safety outfit and a briefing from the experienced local guides. Next, step into an inflatable raft with a guide and fellow rafters. Enjoy the scenery on the quiet stretches of the river, as well as some exhilarating white-water rapids. Once back on the shores, one may choose to buy pictures or video footage read more...

Meet today’s guide at the port and transfer to central Bali. With numerous beautiful gorges, valleys and untamed rivers, rafting is one of Bali's most popular adventure activities. Upon arrival, receive a safety outfit and a briefing from the experienced local guides. Next, step into an inflatable raft with a guide and fellow rafters. Enjoy the scenery on the quiet stretches of the river, as well as some exhilarating white-water rapids. Once back on the shores, one may choose to buy pictures or video footage taken from the rafting experience.

Enjoy lunch and continue to visit Ubud and the surrounding area. First take a short visit to the Monkey Forest - home to a healthy population of long-tailed macaques. Continue to the Elephant Cave, "Goa Gajah." The cave was built in the 9th century and the addition of the bathing area dates back to the 1950's. Next go to Batuan Village, which is home to many artistic painters, and then to the woodcarving villages of Mas and Kemenuh. Afterwards, visit the silver-making village, Celuk. Finally, head back to the port and board the ship.
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Day
7

Sunrise Hike Up Mount Batu

Private Full Day Sunrise Hike Up Mount Batur with Breakfast
Mount Batur is considered to be one of the most dramatic and accessible live volcanos on earth. At 1717 meters above the sea level, Mount Batur is Bali's second most sacred mountain after Mount Agung. For this early morning trek, depart before dawn breaks (around 1:30am) and follow the path to the center of the crater for approximately 2 hours.

On the crest, enjoy the incredible view of the sun rising from behind the mighty Mount Agung. Meanwhile, read more...

Private Full Day Sunrise Hike Up Mount Batur with Breakfast
Mount Batur is considered to be one of the most dramatic and accessible live volcanos on earth. At 1717 meters above the sea level, Mount Batur is Bali's second most sacred mountain after Mount Agung. For this early morning trek, depart before dawn breaks (around 1:30am) and follow the path to the center of the crater for approximately 2 hours.

On the crest, enjoy the incredible view of the sun rising from behind the mighty Mount Agung. Meanwhile, sample a unique breakfast of hard - boiled eggs and hot tea or coffee, cooked to perfection in the natural heat steaming from the belly of the volcano. After taking in the beauty of the summit, head down to the hot spring of Toya Bungkah village before returning to the hotel.
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Day
8

Candidasa- Denpasar- Flight Home

Depart in the morning for Klungkung to see the 18th century courthouse "Kertagosa," which is famous for its intricately painted ceiling depicting various forms of punishment awaiting those who do evil while on earth. From there, continue to "Goa Lawah" or Bats Cave. The roof of this cave, which is believed to be connected to the sacred Mount Agung, is covered by thousands of bats, so one may want to bring an umbrella.

Finish the day on the slopes of Mount Agung, Bali's largest volcano, with an extensive read more...

Depart in the morning for Klungkung to see the 18th century courthouse "Kertagosa," which is famous for its intricately painted ceiling depicting various forms of punishment awaiting those who do evil while on earth. From there, continue to "Goa Lawah" or Bats Cave. The roof of this cave, which is believed to be connected to the sacred Mount Agung, is covered by thousands of bats, so one may want to bring an umbrella.

Finish the day on the slopes of Mount Agung, Bali's largest volcano, with an extensive tour of the 8th century Besakih Temple, the "Mother Temple" of Bali and the most sacred to all Balinese. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant with a beautiful rice terrace and valley view.
Be privately transferred from the hotel to the airport for a flight home or the Yampu Tours add-on of choice.
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Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Carang Sari Toko, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Ubud, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Candidasa, Nyuh Tebel, Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Mount Batur, South Batur, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia

Denpasar, Denpasar City, Bali, Indonesia

Places You'll See

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    Sanur (Bali)

    With its laidback atmosphere, Sanur is perfect for a quiet beach-side vacation. The town also has its own wealth of cultural and historical attractions, such as the International Kite Festival or the Pura Blanjong Temple. Get a taste of Indonesian delicacies at one of the numerous restaurants found in the town.

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    Ubud (Bali)

    For an artistic, cultural, and relaxing experience like none other, visit the town of Ubud. Famous for its arts and crafts, the town offers several art courses at places like the Five Art Studio Keliki Ubud. Or cooking classes at Pissari Bali Cafe. Take a bike ride through the bamboo forest, or visit the Pura Gunung Kawi Temple. Or take some time to relax at one of the numerous spas.

  • Candidasa

    Candidasa (Bali)

    On the edge of a lovely freshwater lagoon, the seaside town of Candidasa is a great place to stop and relax. The Lotus Lagoon in the towns center is a spectacular sight at the right time of year. View the stunning rice paddy terraces at the water palace Tirta Gangga. Enjoy snorkeling, diving, or head to Gedong Gandhi Ashram for some peaceful yoga.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Bali Sanur Area : Swiss Belresort Watu Jimbar

Bali Sanur Area : Amertha Bali Villas

Bali Ubud Area : Jungle Retreat by Kupu-Kupu Barong

Bali Ubud Area : Bebek Tepi Sawah Villas

Bali-Ubud : Arma Hotel

Bali Candidasa Area : Puri Bagus Candidasa (deluxe Garden View)

Bali Candidasa Area : Discovery Candidasa Cottages & Villas

Bali Candidasa Area : Alam Asmara Dive Resort

4 Star Properties

Bali Sanur Area : Segara Village Hotel

Bali Sanur Area : Puri Santrian

Bali Ubud Area : Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa

Bali Ubud Area : Kamandalu Resort & Spa

Bali Ubud Area : Alaya Resort

Bali Ubud Area : Komaneka at Rasa Sayang

Bali Candidasa Area : Kajane Tulamben (Segara Mansion)

Bali Candidasa Area : Puri Bagus Candidasa (deluxe Sea View)

Bali Candidasa Area : Rama Candidasa Resort & Spa (deluxe Garden View Bungalow)

5 Star Properties

Bali Sanur Area : Griya Santrian Hotel

Bali Sanur Area : Tandjung Sari

Bali Ubud Area : Komaneka Tanggayuda

Bali Ubud Area : Komaneka Bisma

Bali Ubud Area : Uma Ubud Hotel

Bali Ubud Area : Maya Ubud

Bali Candidasa Area : Rama Candidasa Resort & Spa (Rama Suite)

Bali Candidasa Area : Alila Manggis Hotel (deluxe)

Luxury Properties

Bali Sanur Area : Mahagiri Villas

Bali Sanur Area : Fairmont Sanur Beach Bali

Bali Ubud Area : The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah

Bali Candidasa Area : Alila Manggis Hotel (Suite)

Testimonials

Client

Traveled July, 2012

loved Indonesia

We had a great time. We loved Indonesia most of all, our tour guide in Bali especially. The hotels were all very nice, and it was very nice to have help all along the way with Yampu. We would have been very lost without it at times I am sure.

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Sergio M, from Canada

Traveled February, 2013

We had a great time.

We had a great time. We enjoyed some very special and memorable experiences in Thailand and Bali was truly magical. I am going to build an album and I will send it to you.

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Laura

Traveled June, 2016

We look forward to every day

While traveling: “We’re having a wonderful time. Everything has been great so far. We look forward to every day.”
Post trip: “We had a fabulous time. It was as near perfect as any vacation either of us has ever been on. I’ve had several people ask about it, and I am referring them all to Yampu.”

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