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Kintamani Volcano Nature Tour

Kintamani Volcano Nature Tour

Tour Duration : 8 - 10 Hours ( Full Day )
Pickup Time : 08:00 A.M - 09:00 A.M

Kintamani Volcano or Bali Volcano or also commonly known as Mt. Batur that has elevation 1,717 m (5,633 ft) and the first documented eruption of Batur volcano was in 1804. It is a well-known sightseeing and tour as well as sunrise trekking desired destination in main highlands of Bali island. The wonderful landscape of the volcanic Batur caldera does for the major interest encompassed by the fascinating mountain range.
The Kintamani region includes three primary villages, including Penelokan, Batur, and also Kintamani. There also exist several classic Bali locals villages around Batur Lake, typically known as Bali Aga villages, the popular one is Trunyan village which is famous for its unique funeral tradition. Penelokan is a very common stopover, offering as a point of view at the southernmost of the crater rim, giving capturing scene over the Bali volcano.

Elephant Cave Temple
Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, is located on the island of Bali near Ubud, in Indonesia. Built in the 9th century, it served as a sanctuary.
Although the exact origins of the cave are uncertain, it is believed to have been built as place for spiritual meditation. One folklore relates that it was created by the fingernail of the legendary giant Kebo Iwa. However, examining its style, the sanctuary was probably dated from the 11th century Bali Kingdom. The complex contains both Hindu and Buddhist imagery, as the cave contains lingam and yoni, symbol of Shiva, and the image of Ganesha, while by the river there are carved images of stupas and chattra, imagery of Buddhism.
The cave was rediscovered by Dutch archaeologists in 1923, but the fountains and bathing pool were not discovered until 1954.

Tegalalang Rice Terace And Coffee Plantation Tegallalang Rice Terrace is popular for its magnificent views of terraced rice paddies which are traditionally still using The Subak system (The ancient Balinese water management method or irrigation). Tegalalang Ubud rice terrace is one of the most visited and photographed terrace farming landscape in Bali, Indonesia.
Luwak Coffee Plantation Bali or well known as Bali Agrotourism is a place to see various Tropical plantations such as coffee robusta, pineapple, Balinese snake fruite(salak), plain Balinese potatoes, fruit stars, cacao, jack fruit, durian tree and many more, experience to see how to make Balinese coffee in very traditional ways, and taste the fresh of Balinese coffee or ginger tea with green view river valley and also They sell variety of theirs original Balinese coffee products, herb oil and etc and see the civet cat the most expensive coffee maker, wellknown as Luwak , its produce “Coffee Luwak”.
Gunung Kawi Rocky temple
Gunung Kawi Rocky Temple is located at Tampaksiring village at the cross road to Tirta Empul. From this cross road you go down a small path toward Pakerisan River about a quarter of an hour on foot and you get to Gunung Kawi. 34 kilometers from Denpasar. In the bottom of this lush green valley is one of Bali's oldest and largest ancient monuments. Gunung Kawi consists of 10 rock-cut Candi (shrines): memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of actual statues. They stand in 7m/23ft-high sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face.
A solitary Candi stands about a kilometer further down the valley to the south; this is reached by a trek trough the rice paddies on the western side of the river. Each Candi is believed to be a memorial to a member of the 11th century Balinese royalty, but little is known for certain. Legend relate that the whole group of memorials was carved out of the rock face in one hard-working night by the mighty fingernails of Kebo Iwa. On theory is that the whole complex is dedicated to Anak Wungsu, his wives, concubines and in the case of the remote 10th Candi, to a royal minister.

Tirta Empul Holly Spring Temple For over a thousand years, Balinese Hindu worshipers have been drawn to Pura Tirta Empul (Holy Water Temple), whose sacred springs are said to have been created by The God Indra and possess curative properties. This tradition still continues almost unchanged, and today, aside from worshipers, tourists from all over the world also come to this place to marvel at its beauty and bathe in its refreshing blessed water.
The Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple is located in the village of Manukaya, near the town of Tampaksiring, not far from Ubud, in the Gianyar Regency, the cultural heart of Bali. The temple is situated just below the Presidential Palace of Tampaksiring. Built-in 1957 by Indonesia's first president, Soekarno, the beautifully built palace itself is an important landmark of the island and the country. Together with the Presidential Palace, the Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple provides some of the most fascinating views you will ever see.
As a Petirtaan or bathing center, Tirta Empul is quite a large temple complex and it takes at least 30 minutes to an hour to explore the entire site. Just as at other temples and sacred sites around the island, you will need to put on a 'sarong' before entering the premises. The sarongs are available at the temple's entrance and can be rented for a small donation.
As soon as you enter the temple, you will walk through the large stone Balinese gate (locally known as Candi Bentar) and arrive in the outer courtyard of the temple. This area of the temple is called 'Jaba Pura. 'At the end of the courtyard is another .Candi Bentar built into the wall that leads to the central courtyard. This gate is guarded by smoothly carved huge statues of two Dwarapala or guardians given a brush of golden colors. At the top of the gate is a carving of Kala which is quite different than other Kala carvings elsewhere since it has fangs that stick upwards and a pair of hands with open arms.
Entering the inner courtyard, you will arrive at the 'Jaba Tengah' area which is the main area of the temple. The holy springs here bubble up into a large, crystal-clear pool within the temple and gush out through 30 waterspouts into the two sacred purification pools. Local Balinese and Hindu worshippers stand in long lines in the pools waiting to dip their heads under the water spouts in a purification ritual known as 'melukat'. Bathers start in the pool on the left side standing in the pool to the waist under the first water spout. Once they have cleansed themselves under the first spout they join the next queue. This process is continued until they have cleansed themselves under each waterspout. However, there are two spouts that are meant only for cleansing the dead and are prohibited to be used by the living for the 'melukat' ritual.
Behind the purification, pools are the final section of the Tirta Empul Holy Water Temple, called the Jeroan. Mostly overlooked by tourists, the jeroan or inner courtyard is a pleasant place to visit and relax after the hustle and bustle of the purification pools. This is where people come to pray. The front part of the courtyard is dominated by the large water spring that feeds the purification pools. The spring is filled with green algae and small fish swim among the reeds. Behind the springs are large Hindu shrines. This part of the temple is nice to quickly explore. The shrines are brightly decorated, which contrasts with the starched white clothing of the Balinese who come here to pray.
As you exit Tirta Empul you pass through a large pool filled with koi fish. This section of the temple is walled off on all four sides from the rest of the complex, which gives it a calm and relaxing atmosphere. Fat koi swim lazily in the pond waiting for their next meal.

Temen Coffee Garden And Spice
Luwak Coffee Plantation Bali or well known as Bali Agrotourism is a place to see various Tropical plantations such as coffee robusta, pineapple, Balinese snake fruite(salak), plain Balinese potatoes, fruit stars, cacao, jack fruit, durian tree and many more, experience to see how to make Balinese coffee in very traditional ways, and taste the fresh of Balinese coffee or ginger tea with green view river valley and also They sell variety of theirs original Balinese coffee products, herb oil and etc and see the civet cat the most expensive coffee maker, wellknown as Luwak , its produce “Coffee Luwak”.

Penelokan Kintamani There are a few amazing spots where you can get the best panoramic views of Mount Batur and Lake Batur in Bali. If we were to include one, it’d be Penelokan in Bangli. Frequently visited by both domestic and foreign tourists, this place offers one of the most breathtaking viewpoints in Bali. With all the essential quality that encompasses beauty and cool mountainous air, we dare say Penelokan makes an ideally fantastic destination to witness the beauty of both Mount and Lake Batur.
Penelokan has a high altitude of more or less 1,500 meters above sea level. It’s only natural for the surrounding air to be chilly and invigorating. And that’s just one of the best elements about being in the highland. You get to sit and indulge in the mesmerising views of the mountain and lake, while you’re being served with good food and drinks. I’m a fairly simple person, and that is more than sufficient to make myself content.
This place has become a favourite attraction in Bangli for sure, with tourists flocking almost every day to rejoice in the unparalleled views of Bali’s representative mountain and lake. Located at a very strategic location, Penelokan sits right right on the edge of the Bangli-Singaraja highway. In the vicinity are several restaurants that serve a variety of Indonesian cuisine especially local delicacy of Kintamani, such as Ikan Mujair Nyat-Nyat and Ikan Mujair Bakar, known as two fish dishes of the Lake Batur community.
While you’re at it, you can get your hands on traditional souvenirs from Penelokan. Or if you’re not up for that, the oranges that you can find on the roadside are often sweet, juicy and refreshing!
On a side note, you can also drop on by several other attractions around the area of Penelokan. There happens to be the first volcano museum in Indonesia called Batur Volcano Museum, which was founded in 2004. Or you can do a village tour to Trunyan Village. Fun fact: This is one of the few villages in Bali that still adheres to the traditional culture of Bali Aga.
This can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone without any charges! For most of us, it’s not the kind of landscape that we see every day (though let’s admit it, we wish it was). Penelokan gives you the opportunity to take a closer look at Mount Batur and Lake Batur in your own wide-angle lens

Penglipuran Traditional Village
Located at 625 meters above the sea level, around 6 kilometers from Bangli City, and 1 kilometer from Kubu Village, Penglipuran is one of the most placid, clean, and serene village throughout the whole nation, and one of the three cleanest in the whole world. Being untouchable by modernization (you can't even park your vehicles inside!), the village’s atmosphere and the immaculate gardens surrounding them should be an exceptionally authentic experience for you to visit, from its majestic and mythical culture, to high hospitability and courtship of the locals.
According to the mythology and the elders’ testimonies, the name Penglipuran comes from 'Pengeling Pura', which means remembering the ancestors. It conveys that the village was created solely to respect their ancestors’ at Kintamani, which is why Penglipuran is one of Bali’s villages whose people regularly make offerings and hold rituals to respect mythological spirits. There are other interpretations of the word Penglipuran, some say it came from the word 'Pelipur Lara', which means solace, and some others say 'Pangleng' and 'Pura', which means four temples on every points of the compass.
The Village's layout itself is adapted from the Three Mandalas concept of Balinese Hinduism: Parhyangan (sacred area), Pawongan (settlement area), and Palemahan (graveyard, farming area, etc). There are traditional Balinese architectures with materials such as stones, wood, palm, and bamboo that are well preserved within the Parhyangan area.
Within the Pawongan area, there are yard gates, traditional kitchens, traditional guesthouses, and traditional praying areas. The sight of this village is unlike any other Balinese villages, for Penglipuran is being kept as authentic as possible as a form of respect to the Gods and the ancestors. In the Palemahan area, there is a graveyard that consists of three sites, these sites tells apart how the deceased died and at what age. Unlike normal Balinese 'Ngaben' (funeral ritual), instead of cremation, the bodies of Penglipuran locals are buried in this area.
Just a little outside the Penglipuran Village, which is a part of the Parhyangan area, you’ll see a beautiful 45-hectare sacred bamboo forest to walk through and feast your eyes in. In the center, you’ll find four modest, yet beautiful temples where people pray and pay their respects. Moreover, every neighboring resident live harmoniously and is remarkably friendly; they will offer you their best hospitality even at your slightest step into their home, all the more reason for those who are intrigued to local culture to check out this tranquil village.
Tour Pakage Services :
* English Speking Driver
* Petrol
* Mineral Water
* Parking Fees
* Goverment Tax

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Kintamani Volcano Nature Tour