Cool Mountain Air and Lush Green Forests


Travelling north into the centre of the island, Bali’s level coastal landscapes give way to dramatic mountain scenery. Forest-clad volcanoes dominate gorges carved by fast flowing rivers. Bedegul town is the starting point for exploring this area of great natural beauty where three towering mountains – Pohon, Lesong and Catur – loom over three crater lakes – Bratan, Buyan and Tamblingan.
The altitude is over 700 metres with the tallest peaks above 2,000 metres so while it’s steamy on the coast, it can be comparatively chilly here. The fresh climate led to the development of the Bali Botanical Gardens, which opened in 1959 and are now the largest in Indonesia with specimens including orchids, roses, medicinal plants and palm trees. It is also the source of many of the delicious fruits and vegetables you will see in many of the markets scattered throughout Bali.

Tour Itinerary
  • Bali Botanical Garden – 2,000 species of plants in the beautiful mountains
  • Pura Ulun Danu – built in 1663 and on the edge of Lake Bratan, this temple is used to worship the water, lake and river goddess
  • Hexon Hill coffee plantation – plantation tour, then sample the coffee
  • Pupuan rice terrace – farmers retain the old way of farming using buffaloes
  • Pura Tanah Lot – iconic temple sitting just offshore in the Indian Ocean
Terms & Conditions
  • Entry fees to all temples and sites are not included in the rate.
  • The rate is valid for maximum 6 people per car

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