Three Lakes and Waterfall Bali Tours
Tour to Bedugul and Gigit with the Waterfall offers you cool and pleasant climate up to 18 derajat Celcius. Here, all visitors will be pampered by the superb view overlooking the thee lake, the complete botanical garden, as well as the graceful temple.
The tranquil rural countryside awaits you as you travel the whole width of Bali. Firstly is we will explore Bedugul area to visits Bali’s Botanical Garden with large collection of plants. The place is one of the Bali highland retreats, situated 1400 meters above sea level. Ulun Danu temple a beautiful temple on the bank’s of Beratan Lake, and Gobleg Hill to see the beautiful twin lakes Buyan and Tamblingan. The three lakes of the area provide the water for the field, rivers and springs on the plains below. Lush pine forests make for clear air. The area is renowned for its fruit and vegetables. Continuing the trip to Git Git the highest waterfall of the island, and stop at Lovina beach to having lunch. Then proceed to Banjar Hot Spring water, where you will have a chance to take a bath in the hot mineral spring pool. On the way back to your hotel we will stop at Munduk to see the picturesque rice fields view.
- Bedugul (Ulun Danu temple)
- Gobleg Hill (to see the beautiful twin lakes Buyan and Tamblingan)
- GitGit village (the highest waterfall of the island)
- Banjar Hot Spring water
- Munduk to see the picturesque rice fields view.
Your Program Planning Trips
👉 Bedugul (Ulun Danu temple)
Situated at Candi Kuning Village, Bedugul At Lake Bratan you can hire motorboat and canoes. Parasailing and water skiing are also available. If you paddle across the lake you can see some caves used by the Japanese in WWI. From there you can also follow a path to the top of Mt.Catur, which has an old temple at the top Watch out for the primate residents.
While in the area you can also visit the Pura Ulun Danu in the town of Candi Kuning, a Muslim town a few kilometers north of Bedugul. This lakeside temple is a Hindu/ buddhis temple dedicated to Dewi Danau, the goddess of water. The gardens are beautifully landscaped with an abundance of colorful flowers. Lake Bratan water skiing and boating but is better know for the Pura Ulun Dannu temple. Built on the shores of the lake at Candikuning, it has eleven tiers of thatched-roof meru as well as an adjoining Buddhist stupa.
👉 Gobleg Hill (to see the beautiful twin lakes Buyan and Tamblingan)
Tamblingan Lake see from Hill of Asah Gobleg is the best view of Tamblingan Lake can be seen from the top hill of Asah Gobleg and the best time to visit is starting from 09.00 until 15.00 hours. The Asah Gobleg is the name of village where the villagers are life on the top of this hill. Since the location in the plateau area, the fog covers entire of village is daily experience in particular at the late afternoon or in the raining season. Therefore, the best view of Tamblingan Lake can be seen in the noon time.
👉 GitGit village (the highest waterfall of the island)
Gitgit Waterfall is one of the amazing tourist destinations in Singaraja Regency, north part of Bali. it own good vibration with fresh air surround it that make many people feel relax and enjoyable when visiting it. The sound of waterfall and sprinkle create the relaxation nuance with the fresh atmosphere from the rainforest surround it that completes it as a peaceful place to visit in Bali. Gitgit Waterfall is one of the famous tourist destinations in north part of Bali which is close to the town of Singaraja.
Gitgit Waterfall is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bali which is located in Gitgit countryside, Sukasada sub district and about 10 Km from Singaraja Town or about 70 Km from Denpasar. It is set at height land about 300 meters above sea level. Beside of Gitgit, there is another important spot point like the monument for hero struggle of Singaraja resident who dead on the battle against the Dutch colonialist. This monument is called Bhuwana Pangkung Bangka. This Monument is extant monument and idol of people struggle action against the Dutch colonization.
👉 Banjar Hot Water
is a nature hot wellspring from the ground and it is believed can heal the disease. Its water is accommodated at one small swimming pool encircled by unique rural nature, its situation close to the Wihara (Buda Temple). Banjar Hot Water is located in Banjar Countryside, Banjar sub district and Singaraja Regency. It is about 1,5 Km from Banjar or 24 Km from Singaraja Town. To reach the Hot Water location in Banjar, we can use the motor vehicle through the main road with good condition and passing the Balinese Village with unique culture life. The nearest accommodations like hotels or lodging including restaurants are also available in particular at Lovina Beach area. There are many public transportation also available to connect the travel to Singaraja town.
This hot wellspring source is predictably built since of hundreds of year ago and since the Japanese colonize the Indonesia, this place has developed into three pools to relocate the water for taking a bath. The Japanese had also developed its military officer resort close to this area. Having bathing in the heat water containing the brimstone, it will be able to heal the skin disease. This public bath which is built by Japanese now is exploited by public society.
👉 Munduk Village
Munduk is a small mountain village, located between 500 to 1200 meters above sea level and with average temperatures of 20 to 30°C. With a population of 6,200 people, the village of Munduk has a rich history. Legend tells that it was settled by people from the mountains who were escaping an invasion of ants. Several clans then moved from Klungkung to resettle in Munduk Village 200 to 300 years ago. This was the portal through which the vizier of the Majapahit Kingdom in East Java penetrated to South Bali. History repeated itself when the Dutch expanded their colonial empire from Java to Bali. They too reached South Bali through the Village of Munduk, and subsequently used it as a mountain retreat from the administrative capital of Singaraja. The first guest house for Dutch officers was opened at Munduk in 1908. The Dutch brought colonial architecture to Munduk Village, along with traditional export commodities such as coffee, cocoa, cloves and vanilla.
Start at 9.00 am (approximately 11 hours)
|2 – 3 Pax
|4 – 5 Pax
|6 – 7 Pax
|8 – 10 Pax
The price include:
- Transfers from/to hotel by air conditioned vehicle
- English/Japanese speaking tour guide
- Admission fees, donation
- Parking fees
- Meal specified on tour itinerary
- All prices are net per person
- Children aged from 3-12 years old
- Other personal expenses are not included and will be on personal account.
- The price above is valid until 31 July 2020
- Personal expenses
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