Kintamani and Tegenungan waterfall Nature’s Beautiful Gift
One of the most popular and greatest day trips in Bali is the Kintamani Volcano Tour with Tegenungan Waterfall.
Meeting Service with Crew
Getting involved in Creative Product of Silver and Gold Jewelry Production in Celuk village
Heading to Batuan village to admiring Batuan art painting style
Exploring Pura Puseh and Desa of Batuan village
Heading to Tampaksiring to visit Pura Tirta Empul ( Holy Spring Temple )
Heading to Kintamani
Enjoying unlimited buffet lunch at Kintamani with various menu dishes
While enjoying the Picturesque view of Lake and Mount Batur
Stopping by at Luwak coffee plantation and having coffee break after leaving Kintamani
Spend the day out at beautiful Tegenungan waterfall
Return to your Accommodation
Start From $ 45 per Pax
Special Price for Group
- Comfortable air conditioned Transportation
- Professional Friendly English Speaking Driver
- Government Tax
- Mineral water during trip
- Personal expense
- A journey from the Kintamani highlands to the spectacular Mount Batur Volcano
- Getting involved in Silver and Gold Jewelries production
- Visit Batuan Temple, which is highly ornate.
- A visit to Tirta Empul Temple's miraculous spring waters
- Enjoy a great meal while admiring Mount Batur's beautiful volcano.
- Take a walk through the local coffee estate and marvel at the panoramic views.
- Tegenungan Waterfall offers a beautiful view and the opportunity to swim in the cold water.
One of the most popular and greatest day trips in Bali is the Kintamani Volcano Tour with Tegenungan Waterfall. That will lead you to the Kintamani volcano, which is the most visited tourist attraction in Bali's central highlands.
The only area on the island without a beach is Kintamani Volcano. Mount Batur is a volcano and mountain range that is surrounded by the breathtaking Batur range.
Kintamani is an active volcano whose main attraction (apart from the volcano itself) is the spectacular views of the 13-square-kilometer caldera lake.
Celuk village, Batuan Temple, Tirta Empul Temple , and Tegenungan Waterfall are all included in this Kintamani Volcano Tour program. A comfortable air-conditioned car transport with a trained Balinese driver/guide are included in this Kintamani Volcano Tour with Tegenungan Waterfall completed with refreshment of a mineral bottled water.
Itinerary for the Kintamani Volcano Tour
Time of pickup: 8.30 a.m. | Duration: 10 hours
The Kintamani volcano tour begins with a ride from your hotel to a bustling art village, where you may meet the people who keep the region's handicraft methods alive.
Celuk village is the next stop, which is known for creating high-quality gold and silver handicrafts. The village of Gianyar Regency is known for its uniqueness and excellence in gold and silver artisan manufacture.
Almost all of the families and villagers are Balinese, with professional, competent, and artistic souls who generate unique design and a variety of gold and silver products.
This craft community has a long history of creating gold and silver that is sold locally, nationally, and internationally.
This town produces a wide range of jewelry, including rings, necklaces, earrings, hairpins, brooches, and other items as souvenirs or export goods. Don't miss out on the chance to buy beautiful handmade bracelets, rings, necklaces, and other glistening memories.
Continue your journey to Batuan art painting, one of the numerous artist villages surrounding Ubud. Batuan art painting is one of the greatest site on the island to find high-quality Balinese paintings, which are widely regarded as some of the best in the world.
Visitors to Batuan Art Painting will encounter a unique style of painting that combines humanism and nature. Popular products include Balinese traditional activities and sculptures based on Buddhist and Hindus daily activities.
Even if you have no intention of purchasing, it is worthwhile to visit Batuan art painting to observe the experts at work and to view some of the enormous and stunning painting.
Next, the Batuan Temple is a prominent landmark in Batuan, which is noted for its traditional Balinese arts and paintings. With its exquisite carvings, colorful embellishments, and shrines, it is incredibly extravagant.
It has a primary courtyard, a secondary courtyard, and a main courtyard, which is typical of Balinese architecture.
Within its 0.65-hectare compound, the temple has a vast complex of shrines. Its primary attractions include well-preserved sandstone bas themes and traditional Balinese temple construction.
Wantilan, an antique edifice from the 10th century, may be found in Batuan Temple. Wantilan was once a popular location for practicing Balinese traditional dances such as Pendet and Gambuh.
The temple of Batuan, like many other temples in Bali, has three main temple areas: the outside area (Nista Mandala), the center area (Madya Mandala), and the main temple area (Utama Mandala).
After that, you will be taken to Tirta Empul Temple, which is located in Manukaya, Tampaksiring. The location serves as the mythical setting for a classic narrative of good vs. evil. It is also a site of national cultural significance.
The building, which dates from around 960 AD, also serves as a silent witness to the old Balinese kingdom era, particularly during the Warmadewa Dynasty. This temple contains spring water that is used as holy water in Hindu religious ceremonies.
Following that, your guide will drive you to the highlands of the Kintamani volcano, which is a name for a region perched on a hill with a wonderful vista surrounding it.
From Kintamani, we can enjoy a breathtaking vista of Mount Batur's active volcano and the valley's large Lake Batur.
It is located on a plateau and is surrounded by cool weather. We will be able to see the rural area near the lake from Kintamani when we stand up. This location is well-known, and many tourists visit it on a daily basis. Relax in the cool mountain breeze before enjoying a delicious buffet lunch at a charming restaurant with a view of the volcano and its crater lake.
Join a walking tour of the local coffee estate in the village of Temen. Learn about the applications and medical advantages of the herbs as you stroll past fragrant coffee, vanilla, fruits, spices, and clove plantations.
Take a glimpse behind the scenes of the roasting process, particularly for Coffee Luwak, which is mostly produced in the Indonesian Archipelago.
This coffee is prepared from coffee berries that have been consumed by the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) and other related civets, then passed through their digestive tract.
At the end of the day, visit Tegenungan Waterfall, one of Bali's most well-known waterfalls, located south of Ubud.
You can take photos or even swim in the pristine, freshwater pool that is regularly replenished by the roaring waterfall.
Is a wonderful haven for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of Bali's metropolitan streets and urban hubs.
Its furious rivers cascade down black stone cliffs into a tranquil pool ideal for swimming, bathing, and relaxing. After changing, take in the vista and a swim in the cold water before returning to your accommodation.
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