Indonesia Nature Walks
Explore the islands of Indonesia one step at a time when you treat yourself to the simple pleasure of a nature walk. Whether you find yourself exploring luscious, emerald jungles; white-sand beaches, or rugged and rocky mountains, you will find beauty and solace during your voyage. Listen to nature's music as tropical birds sing and macaque monkeys chatter. Let the sand of the ocean carry away your worries as you leave footsteps in the sand. Inhale joy and exhale stress as you take in the fresh mountain air. Enjoy gentle exercise and tranquil moments courtesy of mother nature and your favorite hiking boots or walking shoes.
Your day starts with a 2.5-hour downhill trek to the Tenganan Pagringsingan village. Your guide will show you around and explain how traditional life works. Only people born in the village can live here and be full members of the community, which has existed in this part of Bali dating back to at least the 13th century. Villagers follow a strict set of rules when it comes to the wildlife surrounding their village — for example, a member cannot chop down a tree without permission from the community. From the village, you’ll have tremendous view of the mountain and farmers working in the rice fields.
This tour will be popular with fans of ecotourism, and it’s also a perfect afternoon activity for families with young travelers. The Bali Bird and Reptile Park is a treasure trove of gorgeous tropical birds and wizened old reptiles with incredible stories to tell. Experienced English-speaking staff host your tour over the 2100 square feet of lush greenery. You’ll come away with great photographs and a wealth of knowledge on the Indonesian animal kingdom.
Take a 3-hour guided walk to learn more about the medicinal use of herbs in Balinese culture, followed by a lesson on how to make some of these concoctions yourself. Your guide will show you which herbs go into the local’s authentic beauty treatments and health-giving drinks.
You don't have to go on an adrenaline-heavy tour to have an amazing time in Bali, Indonesia. Relax, enjoy mild exercise, and get closer to nature all at the same time on this leisurely walking tour. Your guide will take you to the place "where two rivers meet" and through beautiful rice terraces. Along the way, you'll enjoy the fresh island air, as well as local flora and fauna. Stretch those legs and explore Bali, Indonesia on foot!
The Bali Safari and Marine Park covers 100 acres and serves as a home for many endangered species. You’ll get to take a safari through the grounds and get a good look at some of the park’s most famous species – elephants, Malayan tigers, Komodo dragons, and orangutans. You’ll get to see an abundance of marine wildlife in the freshwater aquarium before you visit the water park to cool off, so don’t forget your swimsuit!
Just like the title suggests, this tour takes you to some of the most important cultural sights in all of Indonesia. You’ll get to see some of the oldest sacred monuments as well as some of the most well-known. These historic sites are situated in the stunning Balinese countryside, which is a national treasure all by itself. Your tour ends with a traditional Balinese blessing at a rural temple – here, you’ll be able to soak up the many centuries of Hindu and Buddhist tradition.
It’s hard to sum up an ‘authentic Balinese experience’ in the span of one tour, but this adventure comes pretty close. Enjoy Balinese hospitality, cultural exchange, religious practices, an ancient temple, exploring breathtaking scenery, and healthy cuisine, all in one incredible tour! An outdoor excursion combined with introspection; feeding your soul and your body? If that’s not the total package, then we don’t know what is.
Peddle your way through the beautiful island of Bali Indonesia with this bicycle tour. Explore villages at your leisure with a cyclist guide, and get to see a side of Bali many travelers miss — all while having so much fun that you hardly notice you're getting exercise!
From the white-sand beaches of the Gili Islands, you can explore the warm and tranquil waters of Indonesia. This snorkeling adventure takes you on a magical underwater expedition that will allow you to see coral gardens, oceanic life, and if you’re lucky, generations of Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtles from the nearby Gili Trawanga Turtle Hatchery will make an appearance.
Take this trek to see some of the most stunning views in northern Bali. It also includes a stop at an ancient archeological site, where you’ll get to feel connected to a bit of Indonesia’s history, surrounded by the intense greenery that makes this rural area such a memorable place to visit.
Experience an incredible combination of culture and beautiful landscape on this tour to the Uluwatu Temple, which sits on a cliff 230 feet above the Indian Ocean. You’ll get to watch a Kecak dance performance in the warm glow of the setting sun.
Canggu is off-the-beaten path for visitors, making it an ideal setting for getting to know what it’s really like to cook in an Indonesian kitchen. This cooking class includes a trip to a market, allowing you a window into a true Indonesian culinary experience.
Get wet and wild with the pioneers of Bali’s adventure industry, and enjoy a thrilling and scenic journey along the enigmatic Ayung River in Ubud. Featuring Bali’s longest white water rafting trip and exclusively providing the only premium experience available on the island from start to finish; including the best facilities, equipment, safety, food and service. Bali’s Longest Raft Tour - 12kms Tour Duration approx. 3 - 4 hours
Travel 30 minutes from Sanur to the island of Nusa Penida, where you’ll find the stunning underwater environments of Manta Point and Manta Bay. These are two of the best spots to admire the enormous wingspan of a manta ray. Manta rays come here especially to meet up with wrasse fish, fish that feed on the parasites that grow on the rays’ wings.
On this tour, you’ll visit the ancient elephant temple called Goa Gajah, which is one of Bali’s oldest sacred spaces. Your guide will talk you through the complexities of Balinese culture. This ancient temple is surrounded with beautiful rice fields and small streams that lead to the Petanu River – another natural site intertwined with local legends. Enjoy a stroll through the temple and the neighboring rice fields and jungle. After this you will visit a Balinese compound and will be introduced a well-known priest to take a part in an astrology session and purification ceremony.