White Water Rafting
An experience not to be missed! Shoot the rapids and feel the adrenaline flowing… this is a family adventure where you will spend nearly 2 hours on the river, and you are sure to see beautiful bird life such as the irridescent blue River Kingfisher. You will be accompanied by highly experienced guides with safety being the number 1 concern. A great half day adventure!
Elephant Safari Ride
If you have never sat atop a large elephant then now is your chance! You can even experience ‘Safari Under the Stars’, a specially designed night trail, with a ride through the dimly lit forest. And you will love the baby elephants!
Take a fascinating look into Balinese villages and rural life on this easy downhill ride. Start near Mount Batur volcano and cycle down through 25 km of ancient hindu villages, temples, rice fields and secret gardens. This tour can be designed for families with children or a range of different grades can be tailored for a more adventurous “off road” experience.
Paint A Pot
Aside from its ceramics factory, showroom and the Warung Keramik café, Jenggala’s headquarters in Bali offers visitors a unique experience to craft their very own ceramic creation. The Paint-a-Pot program provides a unique opportunity to explore your inner artiste and bring home a souvenir for friends, family or yourself; anyone can take part, no matter age or level of artistic experience and each participant chooses how independently they’d like to work or how much assistance they want each step of the way. Bring in a group for a carefree event or get serious with your creativity.
Tanah Lot Temple
Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient Hindu shrine sits perched atop a rocky outcrop amidst continuously crashing waves. This site was selected by Dang Hyang Nirartha, a high priest from the Majapahit Kingdom who travelled to Bali in 1489 to spread Hinduism.
Mount Batur Bali
Mount Batur is one of Bali’s most sacred mountains according to Hindu belief. Located in the Kintamani area Mount Batur is 1717 meters above sea level. A very popular trek for fit hikers climbing in the hours of darkness and reaching the summit before dawn to witness stunning views across the dark lava slopes.