Make the most of selecting a perfect time for sunrise at Gate Heaven. Plus, visit the Tirta Gangga Water Palace and Tibumana waterfall with private transport.
Ride on ATV to explore the nature of Balinese villages and explore the best challenging track for quads in Bali.
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Call the shots on a private tour of Bali, designed by you. Whether it be visiting the main sights or finding hidden gems – it's totally your choice. Choose between a half-day or full-day experience with the help of a local guide, or go all-out on your own adventure with a private driver. The possibilities are endless when it comes to things to do in Bali. You could head to see the many Hindu shrines and temples, mingle with the locals in one of the lesser-known villages or get the adrenaline pumping with a trek up Mount Batur. Or, if you prefer the quieter side of life, there's plenty of beaches waiting to be explored. Our favourite is Nyang Nyang – secluded and unspoilt, it's utter bliss. Whatever you choose to do, you'll be sure to finish the day with lots of magical memories.
Join two of the most famous Balinese performers for a masterclass in dance. This fun workshop will see you find out the history and technique behind the most popular dances Bali has to offer, before taking to the floor yourself to practise the moves you've just learnt.
This morning tour showcases Bali's artistic and cultural side. Discover a masks and puppetry museum, as well as a traditional Balinese village and compound. There's also a lunch overlooking Tjampuhan valley.The tour kicks off at Singapadu village where you'll explore a typical house-compound, made up of four main rooms and a family temple. Afterwards, continue to Batuan village's temple and admire the elaborate paintings that decorate it.The star of the tour, Setia Dharma House of Masks and Puppets is up next. This fascinating museum houses more than 1300 masks and 5700 puppets from all around the world. You'll have time to check out the colourful and intriguing collection. Round things off with an included lunch at a local restaurant offering views over Tjampuhan valley. Before returning to your hotel, stop off at Tohpati – a small art and craft village famous for a type of hand-weaving called ‘batik'.
Slow things down a pace and enjoy a chilled afternoon discovering Bali's unexposed culture – we're talking pottery and ceramics. And to top it off, there's a visit to the renowned Tanah Lot temple to see the sunset.We're off to the village of Pejaten, which for many years has been recognised as the main roof-tile producer of Bali. You'll have a one-hour pottery course and learn the different techniques of ceramic-making, including how to wedge, centre, lift and form. Then, you can put into practice everything you've learnt and try your hand on the potter's wheel. Afterwards, visit the museum and check out a collection of ceramics, in various forms of pots, cutlery and kitchenware.As the day draws to an end, we'll head to Tanah Lot – one of Bali's most prestigious temples and popular sunset spots. Perched on a rock in the middle of the sea, the sacred Hindu shrine is famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. What better way to end the day than watching the orange sun sink below the horizon.
Click the Instagram famous picture, standing at the Lempuyang Temple's (Gates of Heaven), Immerse yourself in Bali's rich history and culture with an expert local guide, Visit a waterfall, temple, water palace, rice field and end your journey on a swing in a jungle.
Combine sightseeing with sheer adventure on this exhilarating ATV quad biking tour, Drive along test tracks and nail your training circuit before embarking upon the 2.5-hour journey, Refuel your systems by indulging in a delectable lunch spread of authentic Balinese cuisine.
Gamelan is a Hindu practise which symbolises not only the golden instrument but the traditional musical ensemble in which it's played in. Come along on this two-hour workshop to learn the history behind Gamelan and the importance of it in Balinese culture. After a demonstration from master musicians, you'll have the chance to play your own musical instrument and learn a short piece.
Bali and food go together like sea and sand. So what better way to discover the island than through its cuisine? On this private culinary tour, you'll hit the marketplace and help pick fresh ingredients, before learning to cook like a local with a professional chef.First up is a trip to a typical Balinese village market. As you pass by the numerous stalls, you'll get to know the scents and aromas of the freshest produce. Your expert guide will introduce you to exotic fruits, vegetables and spices exclusive to Balinese cuisine. Once your basket is full, it's time to head over to the kitchen where the cooking begins. Under the guidance of a professional chef, you'll prepare a feast of typical dishes. After working up an appetite, you'll get to taste and savour the meal you've prepared for lunch.
This grand slam tour packs in central Bali's best heritage sites. Spend a full day exploring Ubud's temples, shrines and ancient holy sites, including Yeh Pulu and Gunung Kawi temples, Goa Gajah, Tegallalang rice terrace and the ancient relic of Goa Garba.Start with a visit to the Yeh Pulu temple – home to a 25-metre wall carved with reliefs telling the story of ancient Balinese life. Next up is a visit to Goa Gajah – popularly known as ‘Elephant Cave'. The former sanctuary is still used in the rituals of Balinese Hinduism. A cave, ravine, ancient bathing pools and stone shrines await you. After lunch at a local restaurant, you'll take a scenic route past the rice fields at Tegallalang towards the 11th-century Gunung Kawi temple. Be stunned by its collection of ‘candi' – Balinese rock-cut shrines. End the tour at the ancient relic of Goa Garba temple. Hidden deep in the jungle on the banks of River Pakerisan, it's said that the temple was once a school and meditation place.
Bali is packed with religious monuments at almost every turn. But on this private tour you'll visit the most important of them all, The Mother Temple of Besakih. And it doesn't stop there – you'll also visit Tirta Gangaa, Kertagosa and much more. We'll start the morning with a visit to the holiest of Hindu shrines, The Mother Temple. With the smoking crater of Mount Agung as a backdrop, you'll have the chance to marvel at its intricate stone carvings and its sprawling complex of 23 temples. Then, it's on to the water gardens of Tirta Gangaa. Here, you'll take time to wander its oasis of spring-fed pools and ponds.After lunch in Karangasem, you'll stop at Tenganan village to see craftsmen at work on handmade textiles before rounding off with a visit to Kerta Gosa. An 18th Century courthouse, it houses Bali's answer to the Sistine Chapel. It's a perfect way to end a blissful day of Balinese exploration.
Start your day with a trip to Mas village with your local guide. Nestled in the east part of Ubud, this village is a great place to get to know Bali's signature culture and art. Begin your very own artistic journey and meet with a high-profile, talented mask maker, I Wayan Muka, who crafts intricately detailed masterpieces that are used in performances.Next up on the agenda is an exhibition of Balinese and Indonesian paintings at the Agung Rai Museum of Art. This is no ordinary museum. Here you'll find how traditions come to life as you stroll along its green tropical garden, providing a peaceful atmosphere. Afterwards, sit down, relax and savour a tasty lunch at a typical restaurant. Continue to the centre of Ubud and visit the former royal palace, which dates from the 16th century and is famed for its stone carvings.Ubud art market will be your next stop, a stone's throw away from the royal palace. Explore one of the most popular traditional markets on the entire island of Bali. Stroll through the maze of stands and meet local vendors selling their handcrafted products. Finish your day with a short visit to the monkey forest. Interact with a group of long-tailed wacky macaques before driving back to your accommodation.
Balinese silver making is an ancient art passed on from generation to generation. On this tour, you'll get to learn how family businesses develop their own unique designs and techniques when crafting silver.You'll be greeted by a local artist, who will guide you through each step of forging this precious metal. You'll get to plan its type and style according to your taste. Ten grams of silver are all you need to create your very own ring, pendant or pair of earrings. Whether it's a gift for a special someone or a personal souvenir, this activity will give you unique, hands-on insight into the island's culture. At the end of this fun day, you'll be rewarded with some Balinese coffee and traditional cakes.
It's up to you what you do on this half-day tour in Bali. Whether it be visiting the main sights or finding hidden gems – it's totally your choice. Travel in style with the help of a local guide and go all-out on your own adventure.The possibilities are endless when it comes to things to do in Bali. You could head to see the many Hindu shrines and temples, mingle with the locals in one of the lesser-known villages or get the adrenaline pumping with a trek up Mount Batur. Or, if you prefer the quieter side of life, there's plenty of beaches waiting to be explored. Our favourite is Nyang Nyang – secluded and unspoilt, it's utter bliss. Whatever you choose to do, you'll be sure to finish the day with lots of magical memories.
Put some oomph into your Bali holiday with this jungle rafting and buggy combo tour. You'll start off zigzagging your way down the Ayung river on a thrill-pumping white water rafting trip. Then, it's onto dry land as you jump onboard a buggy for a rip-roaring ride through dusty jungle trails. And don't worry about getting hungry – you'll have a tasty lunch thrown in, too.
Watch the sunset at the gorgeous sea temple of Tanah Lot, deemed an iconic sight to behold. Perched atop a rock formation in the Indian Ocean, the temple seems to float at high tide but can easily be visited when the tide is low....
Balinese craftsmanship takes centre stage on this tour. You'll visit an artist's workshop, Ubud market and a stonemasons' village. Plus, you'll also drop into a family home and find out how the locals live.To kick things off, there's a visit to an artist's workshop. Here you can admire paintings representing Balinese religion, landscapes and daily life. You'll also meet the creator of the pieces you see on display. The tour's artistic theme continues over at Ubud market. Practice your haggling skills as you browse the open-air stalls for handicrafts and textiles. Next up is the art village of Batubulan. Famous for producing stone sculptures and carvings, it's also popular for ‘Barong' – a traditional dance performance which portrays the story of good versus evil. While you're in the village, you can pick up some handmade souvenirs.Round off the day at a typical Balinese family home, where you'll see first-hand how the locals live. Natter with the inhabitants and learn about their way of life. You couldn't wish for a more authentic experience.