- Tour Overview
North Bali Tour Package – Bali Full Day Tour
1. Luwus Spies Garden
Drive through to the north of Bali and first stop at Bali’s Luwus spices garden to try the Bali coffee from this village, take your time to walk into this garden.
2. Pacung Village
Next stop at Pacung to see the beautiful view of rice terraces.
3. Candi Kuning Market
Continue to Candi Kuning fruits and vegetable market.
4. Gitgit Waterfall
Next stop at Gitgit waterfall as highest waterfall in Bali. To the south of Singaraja is Gitgit Waterfall, Bali’s highest waterfall. This beautiful wilderness area is a must for nature lover who want to get away from the bustle of the larger towns. This is a perfect place to take photographs of Bali’s magical scenery.
5. Visit Lovina
We’ll drive to LOVINA beach via the old city of Singaraja. Enjoy your lunch at one of the local restaurant in Lovina.
6. Buddhist Monastery
After have your lunch, proceed to Banjar village to see one of the biggest Buddhist Monastery in Bali called BRAHMA ARAMA WIHARA. Brahmavira Arama Buddhist Monastery is the perfect place for a serene Buddhist Monastery in Bali. Buddhist Monastery Bali located at Tegehe hamlet, the village of Banjar, near Lovina, in Buleleng Regency. Perched on a slope of a hill, Brahmavira Arama Buddhist Temple and Monastery rise majestically overlooking a sea with lush green hill as a background.
7. Hot Spring Pool
Next is time for you to plunge into the beautiful Hot Spring pool ( locker and changes room is available here ).
8. Gobleg Hill
On return journey drive via Munduk to see picturesque rice fields & clove plantations and stop at Gobleg hill to enjoy the tremendous Twin Lake view of Buyan Lake and Tamblingan Lake.
9. Ulun Danu Lake Temple
Last stop will be at Ulun Danu Lake Temple with it’s towering pagoda surrounded by beautiful garden. This is a major stop for the tourist, but it is too beautiful to miss. The outer grounds have been formally landscaped with clipped lawns and bold flowerbeds that reflect the elegance of lakeside temple and its stately meru.
Tourists are allowed to roam the gardens and through the outer courtyard, but entry into inner courtyard is forbidden, though one may peer into it over the walls. The temple run s said to be associated with the Bratan clan of the Pande caste, from which the lake takes name. The goddess of the lake is honored at Pura Ulun Danu at the taller of two meru on a little island near the shore.
- Morning : 09.00 am
- Duration : 10 Hours
Price included :
- 21% goverment tax and service charge,
- entrance fee at all tourist destinations,
- Meal ( Lunch ),
- english speaking driver or tour guide,
- private full AC car, and
- minimum 2 person.
What to Bring
- Modest cloth,
- money, and
Trip Schedule :
- Operated every day.