Scaling Bali’s Heights


The northern region of Bali was sculpted by the fierce geological formation of the Pacific Rim of Fire. Mount Batur, in the north-east is an active volcano that has erupted roughly 24 times since 1800. The eruptions affect the villages that nestle above the caldera lake – Kintamani, Penelokan and Batur – and Toya Bungkah village, which sits right on the lake edge.
Life in the area revolves around the mountain activity and often involves moving buildings like temples and altars, repairing the village and changing traditions. Lake Batur in the crater is the biggest lake in Bali and provides water to all the surrounding farms and villages. At about 1,500m above sea level, the vistas are a mecca if you are a photographerand nature lover.
Tour Itinerary
  •     Kintamani – panoramic views of Lake Batur from the rim of an active volcano
  •     Tirta Empul – the sacred spring was created by the god Indra
  •     Coffee plantation – tour plantation workshops then sample the coffee
  •     Tegalalang village – known for handcrafts, surrounded by lush rice terraces
  •     Ubud - the village with rich culture and many activities
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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