Dolphin Attraction and Gems in Northern Bali
Being fused with nature in northern of Bali by participating in friendly sea mammal dolphin with breathtaking sunrise
Meeting Service with Crew
Watching Dolphin Show in Lovina Beach
Brahma Vihara Arama
Wanagiri Hidden Hill
Having Lunch at Ulun Danu Buffet Restaurant
Exploring Ulun Danu Beratan Lake Temple
Return to your Accommodation
Start From $ 55 per Pax
Special Price for Group
- Comfortable air conditioned Transportation
- Experienced Friendly English Speaking Driver
- Government Tax
- Mineral water during trip
- Personal expense
The Lovina Dolphin Watching North Bali Tour is a thrilling day tour in Bali that allows you to observe and interact with dolphins! on the northwestern coast of Bali, at Lovina beach
Lovina Beach is a collection of tiny beaches that stretch between two districts in the Buleleng region of North Bali.
Calm waves and serene black-sand beaches are generally safe for swimming and provide for a great spot to view the sunrise.
The price includes all a comfortable air-conditioned car transfer with an experienced Balinese driver/guide.
Early in the morning, at 3 a.m., head to Bali's northern shore to catch a traditional outrigger boat making its way out to Lovina Beach.
See the friendly dolphins approach your boat as they race along the waters while you watch the gorgeous sunrise from the horizon! After that, you're free to take as many photos as you like.
After spending time with the gentle animals, enjoy a continental breakfast before heading to Bali's largest Buddhist monastery, the Brahmavihara-Arama.
On its highest grounds, there is an impressive mini replica of the world's largest Buddhist archaeological site, Borobudur. It spans a hectare of hillside with numerous meditation rooms, libraries, beautiful gardens, and an impressive mini replica of the world's largest Buddhist archaeological site, Borobudur.
The entrance is through a Balinese-style courtyard with a round lotus-filled central pond surrounded by stone guardian figures, built atop a succession of terraces.
Two sets of stairways lead to a meditation room with a seated Thai-style Buddha statue, each step marked with characteristics of the Buddhist eightfold path.
And then there's another level with a golden bell-shaped pagoda in Nepalese style and a three-tiered Chinese-style pagoda (under construction at the time of our visit) containing another golden Buddha.
Excellent views of the surrounding countryside and the coast are visible from this vantage point.
Then travel up to the Munduk waterfalls, which are located in Bali's lush and forested central-northern highland region and are among the most spectacular in the island.
The falls are a highlight of Munduk's eponymous town in Buleleng, North Bali, and can be reached after a 300-meter walk off the main road, where hikers may experience relaxing nature sights and sounds along a forest trail.
Water cascades down from a small breach surrounded by dense vegetation. Because the waterfall isn't very high, attempt to stand beneath it.
As the forceful shower hits the head, it feels great. Stay in the water for a while to let the sulfur to work its magic on your skin's health.
Continue your journey to Gobleg Hill, also known as Wanagiri Hidden Hills, a renowned tourist and photography location.
A number of quirky vantage spots over Lake Tambingan and Lake Buyan may be found on Wanagiri Hidden Hill.
A human-sized bird's nest, an Indonesian take on the Eiffel Tower, and a massive swing overlooking the river below are among the attractions. As a result, you'll have plenty of nice Instagram images.
The magnificent Handara Gate, also known as the Pathway to Serenity, will be your next stop.
It is a popular tourist destination for those looking for one of Bali's most Instagrammable sites to capture some memorable images for their social media accounts.
Take a stunning photo in front of Handara Gate, with the lush greenery and the colossal, exotic traditional Balinese gate as your backdrop.
The fantastic green surroundings, stunning scenery, and amazing background of smokey green hills between the gates will pamper your eyes and make a perfect picture for your journey.
At the conclusion of the day, visit the famed Pura Ulun Danu Bratan temple, which sits on a small island in the lake, just like it does on postcards and Instagram!
The Goddess Danu was honored with the construction of the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Danu means lake in Balinese, and the goddess Danu is the queen of water, lakes, and rivers.
The temple complex is made up of four sacred structures. Linga Pura is a three-leveled temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
The building's design is based on the Trimurti belief system, which uses three holy hues to represent the three gods: Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu.
Since the megalithic period, the region surrounding the temple is thought to have been a place of worship and a hub for religious ceremonies.
A tomb and a stone slate dating from around 500 BC may be found to the left of the temple. The temple's existence has been documented as far back as 1556.
Then sit down to a buffet lunch at a lakeside restaurant before being whisked away to your accommodation
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