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Pick-up at Select Hotels in the Resort Area of Bali
Balinese Dance and Artisans' Crafts
Head to Batubulan Village where you can see a live performance of the traditional Barong dance. Then, proceed to a village known for its production of fine gold and silver works. You can watch as skilled artisans equipped with years of experience create magnificent pieces.
Goa Gajah Elephant Cave
Visit Mas, a village renowned for its intricately designed wood carvings. Head to Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave and be fascinated by different images depicting entangled leaves, animals, ocean waves and demonic human shapes carved on its entrance.
Kintamani and Mount Batur
Head through terraced rice fields to the mountains and visit a local village along the way. Arrive at Kintamani and see Mount Batur oozing with black lava. Its crater is a sanctuary dedicated to the fertility goddess. You can also see the glistening Lake Batur, a perfect place to take photos.
Kintamani Springs and Artistic Ubud
After your free time for lunch (own expense) at Kintamani, head to a spring where the water is claimed to have healing properties and is frequented by the locals themselves. Then head to the artistic capital of Bali, Ubud, to visit an art gallery to see artists as they work.
Drop-off at Select Hotels in the Resort Area of Bali
First stop is the stone carving village of Batubulan to see the colorful and exciting Barong Dance. After the performance, drive through to the village of Celuk, famous for its gold and silver works. You can watch skilled artisans creating exquisite pieces from gold and silver.
Then continue to the Balinese countryside to Mas - a village famous for its impressive woodcarvings, where you can see artisans chipping intricate design from blocks of wood.
Next visit is to the mysterious Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave), which dates back to the 3rd century. Hewn out of the rocks, the cave entrance is fantastically carved and depicts entangled leaves, animals, ocean waves and demonic human shapes.
Your route takes you further inland through terraced rice fields and up into the mountains, where the vegetation changes from small rice and vegetable plots to bamboo forests and citrus fruit trees. There will also be a visit to local village on route during the day. On arrival at Kintamani, enjoy spectacular views of Mount Batur, with ribbons of black lava running down from its peak in the valley below. The crater is holy and a sanctuary at the top is dedicated to fertility goddess. Next to Mount Batur, Lake Batur shimmers like a sheet of blue glass - a wonderful photographic opportunity. Free time will be given for you to take your lunch at local restaurant in Kintamani.
The route back to your hotel takes you to one Bali's holy springs. The waters are believed to have magic curative powers and people journey from all over Bali to purify themselves in the clear bathing pools. In Ubud, the artistic heart of Bali, visit one of the many art galleries and watch the artists at work.
Children below 2 years old are free of charge.
Languages other than English are available on request. Please inquire.
This tour has a 2 passenger minimum requirement for operation and is subject to cancellation if this minimum is not met. Please call at least 24 hours prior to departure to confirm schedule.
If less than 2 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.
Please call the activity provider the day before to reconfirm your booking. Your voucher has the necessary contact information listed.
A portion of the tour will be in a vehicle for a long period that may be uncomfortable for infants ages 0-1.
Infant seats are available for the cars but numbers will be limited.
You can book a minimum of 2 and maximum of 2.
Any cancellations made within 1 business days of your activity (after 08:30:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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