The Bali Full Day Culture Tour is our most popular culture tour package, providing a variety of options for your enjoyment. Each package includes a famous tourist spot, plus opportunities to experience our unique Balinese culture. This includes a traditional dance or ceremonial procession, as well as visits to handicrafts centers, such us Batik factories, silversmiths, painting and sculpture workshop / galleries.
Our Bali Full Day tour activity usually lasts for 8 hours. However, timetables and destination are flexible, because our goal is to make your holiday memorable! Whilst we recommend leaving at 09 : 00 am. Our departure times can be varied in order to cater for your needs. And if you have your own itinerary you can tell us by direct email to : firstname.lastname@example.org or free massage whats app to : +6281237979390
Full Day Private Cultural Tours Price and Details :
Ubud area hotels pick-up : U$D 54 for 1 car.
Sanur area hotels pick-up : U$D 58 for 1 car.
Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Canggu area hotels pick-up: U$D 62 for 1 car.
– All tours include roundtrip air-conditioned transportation, services of an English speaking local guide, bottled water, and use of traditional Balinese clothes.
– The price is for 1 until 4 person.
– Extra U$D 10 if 5 or 6 person in a car.
Excluded from the tour price are meals, any personal expenses, and admission fees (which are approximately 110.000 IDR, or $8 USD, per person).
Payment can be made at the end of the tour in either USD or Indonesian Rupiah at the current exchange rate.
Please note that as our tours are all private, we are unable to “mix” different parties together.
- Kintamani Volcano Tour.
First we visit a traditional produce market servicing local villages. After that we continue our journey to experience historic sites in Gianyar, including the Gunung Kawi temple. Located close to the rice fields, and situated on the edge of a cliff, as well as a visit to the Tirta Empul Holly Water Temple. Here we can watch the Hindu Melukat procession (purifying bath). From there, we drive north to take in very beautiful views around Lake and Mount Batur (Please let us know if you want to enter the Batur Temple, when you are booking). Batur temple is a magnificent and the second largest in Bali. Its design in the result of a combination of both Hindu and Buddhist religious traditions and is a place of worship for Dewi Danu (Lake Goddess). Next we will visit a traditional coffee plantation, featuring the famous Luwak coffee production. From there we invite you to enter the village of Tegalalang: a picturesque village featuring beautiful Rice Terrace.
- Ubud Tour.
From the hotel, we will visit a batik-making center, where you can see the manufacturing process for this traditional Balinese fabric. From there we continue to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud, a nature reserve which is home to a large group of free ranging Macaque monkeys. Then we will visit a Balinese coffee plantation, here you can try and see how the process of making coffee typical of Bali.
Next we will visit Goa Gajah, to see the combination of two cultures Hindu and Buddhist. Next we’ll take you to one of the best waterfalls in Bali, located in Kemenuh and called Tegenung Waterfall. The last place we will visit is the rice fields in Tegalalang. There you can explore the paddy fields. Take as much time as you need!
- Tanah lot Sunset Tour
An incredible package! We will start at 09.00 am. From your hotel, the first place we will visit a Balinese primary school. There, we will meet staff and students and observe the learning process. Next we invite you to the historical Taman Ayun Temple, followed by a visit to a coffee plantation. This place provides a variety of Balinese coffee for you to try and buy, including our famous Luwak coffee, created by native civets! You can also experience coffee production at the plantation, ranging from pulverization through to presentation. From there we wander through small village and beautiful bamboo forest until finally we arrive at Jatiluwih, the biggest rice terrace in Bali! This UNESCO world Heritage site features traditional irrigation systems (Subak), which are still being used today. The last place we will visit is one of the most important temples for Hindus in Bali: Tanah Lot. Located on the seafront, it is a great place to see the sunset.
4. Goa East Tour.
First up is a visit to a Balinese Primary school. There, we will meet staff and students and observe the learning process. A stop at a salt factory on Kusamba beach is next, where you can see how salt is harvested from the sea. From there we will continue our trip east towards Goa Lawah temple. This temple is a ‘must visit’ for Hindus, and will include a cremation procession. Here we can see how the procession (ngedengin) calls ancestral spirits, who will be invited to their home. We will observe the cremation process in the temple itself. After that we will drive a little further to Tirta Gangga: a kingdom located in Karangasem. This place has very beautiful scenery, with a fountain in the middle.
Next we will visit Bali Aga Village of Tenganan, featuring authentic Balinese homes and village. We will return via Klungkung, by pass traditional village and gardens. So we arrive in Kerta Gosa: a part of Klungkung palace. After that we will take you back to the hotel.
5. Bedugul Tour
First we invite you to the historical Taman Ayun Temple, followed by a visit to a coffee plantation. This place provides a variety of Balinese coffee for you to try and buy, including our famous Luwak coffee, created by native civets! You can also experience coffee production at the plantation, ranging from pulverization through to presentation. From there we wander through small village and beautiful bamboo forest until finally we arrive at Jatiluwih, the biggest rice terrace in Bali! This UNESCO world Heritage site features traditional irrigation systems (Subak), which are still being used today.
Next we will visit the famous Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, uniquely situated on the edge of a Lake Bratan. (This temple is also drawn in RP. 50.000 of our money).