Type : Bali Package Tours
Bali Luxury Tours is comprehensive tour of Bali allows you to experience the incredible culture and beauty this island has to offer. Begin with several days of luxury and beachside relaxation in Jimbaran Bay. A guide and driver will be at your disposal for a few hours each day, should you decide to venture to local shops and seafood restaurants.Continue inland to Ubud. With your guide, tour the region according to your interests: perhaps tour the studios of noted artists and craftsmen; visit a local outdoor food market then have a cooking lesson at a village; visit the Monkey Forest, then explore Ubud’s most interesting museums and art galleriesContinue with your private guide to eastern Bali, one of the island’s most traditional provinces. Spend three nights at an exclusive resort perched on a cliff high above the ocean near Candidasa. During flexible private touring, visit revered temples, royal palaces, and Balinese villages known for their weavings, silk and traditional architecture. Enjoy free time to relax on the beach or by the resort's spectacular tiered infinity pool overlooking the ocean, and dine on superb Balinese cuisine.
Tours Itinerary :
Day 01 Arrival Bali - South Bali / Jimbaran
Arrive at Ngurah Rai, International airport, meet and greet with our guide and transfer directly to your hotel. After check in, rest of the day at leisure. *** Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement *** Accommodation at the NIKKO BALI Hotel
Day 02 South Bali - Ubud
Breakfast at the hotel 08:30 hrs After breakfast, we depart to Tohpati known for its batik and Celuk, the center of exquisite silver and gold works. Visit some work silver and gold work shops in Celuk. Afterwards, proceed to Mas, known for its fine woodcarvers. Then continue to Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali with many fine painting galleries, and home to a score of local and foreign painters. Upon arrival visit the Agung Rai Museum of Art. The museum has an extensive collection of permanent works by Balinese, Indonesian and foreign artists in classic Balinese and contemporary styles. Afterwards continue to stroll around the Ubud market. Before checking in at the hotel, visit of the Puri Saren Agung, from where Ubud was ruled from the late 1800s until 1917 earthquake. Evening at leisure or Optional visit of traditional dances at the Puri Saren Palace *** Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement *** Accommodation at the Maya Ubud
Day 03 Ubud - Candi Dasa/Manggis
Breakfast at the hotel 08:30 hrs After breakfast, we visit the Goa Gajah Cave (Elephant Cave) off Ubud-Gianyar. The cave, which dates back to at least 11th century, was excavated in 1922. The entrance is a monstrous head with a gaping mouth, with hands that appear to be pushing apart the entrance. All around are fantastically carved leaves, animals, waves and humans running from the mouth in fear.. Then we continue through local villages and small roads to Klungkung, the former regency of Klungkung. Visit the Kerta Gosa, or Hall of Justice. The present justice hall, actually an open bale, is beautifully laid out within a moat and provides an exquisite example of the Klungkung style of painting and architecture. Continue to Kusamba, a fisher village that also engages in the salt making. You will see colorful outrigger lined up along the black sand shores of Kusamba. Short stop is made to see how the local people make salt. Then proceed on the costal road with full view to Nusa Penida to visit the Goa Lawah (Bat Cave). This cave, whose walls vibrate with thousands of bats, is considered holy, and a temple and surrounding shrines protect the entrance. It is said that the cave leads all the way to Besakih. Continue to Tenganan, to visit an original Bali Aga village, stronghold of ancient traditions. The women of this village weave the famous flaming cloth, kamben geringsing, which supposedly has the power of immunize the wearer against evil. Afterwards, proceed to your hotel. Evening at leisure *** Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement *** Accommodation at the Alila Manggis
Day 04 Candi Dasa / Manggis - Pemuteran
Breakfast at the hotel 07:30 hrs After breakfast, continue up north to Tirta Gangga, where a stop is made to visit Taman Tirta Gangga (Water Palace). The original water palace built in 1948 was damaged in the 1963 eruption of Gunung Agung. The palace consists of several swimming pools and ornamental ponds, which serve as a fascinating reminder of the old days of the Balinese rajahs. Afterwards, depart crossing the volcanic range to the northwestern part of the island. We will pass through the villages of Bebandem and Selat, while circling around Mount Agung. Stop in Putung for the panorama over the eastern bay. Afterwards, we continue to visit the temple Besakih, the so called Mother Tempel of Bali as it houses ancestral shrines for all Hindu Balinese. Besakih, is actually a complex of nearly 24 temples. It originated most probably as a terraced sanctuary in the eight century, where worship and offerings were made to the god of Gunung Agung. Then continue to Kintamani. Inscriptions from the 10th century indicate that Kintamani a high mountainous area that takes its name from the wind-blown town at 1,500 meters was one of the earliest known kingdoms in Bali. You will enjoy a breathtaking view of the Crater Lake Batur. Descend towards the north coast and continue direction to Pemuteran. Evening at leisure *** Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement *** Accommodation at the Mathari Beach Resort & Spa
Day 05 Pemuteran
Breakfast at the hotel Full day at leisure (optional: snorkeling trip to Menjangan Island, also diving is available) *** Lunch and Dinner at own arrangement *** Accommodation at the Mathari Beach Resort & Spa
Day 06 Pemuteran - South Bali - Departure
Breakfast at the hotel 09:00 hrs After having breakfast at hotel, we take you back to the South through the stunning rice field of Pupuan. We transfer you to the airport or to your hotel where you continue your beach holiday.