Bali Nature Tour


USD 40


  8 Hours

  Depart from Bali Area at 8:00 am

  Speakers :   Indonesian   British   Australian   Germany   French   Japan  

  Up to — 40 Person ( 1 Group )

  Daily Tour

  Bali,  Indonesia

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Bali Nature Tour


In the course of this tour, our first activity is to visit the Elephant Cave. This cave was built in the 11th century by the king Udayana. The name of Elephant Cave itself is taken from the name of a small river that was nearby from Gua Gajah (Elephant Woman). In front of the cave, there was a place for bathing with six symbols (Sapta Gangga). Inside the temple there is a place for meditation. On the west is the statue of Sri Ganesh (the Protector), the east is three Lingam trinity, who believed black cloth to Lord Vishnu as the symbol of water, White Cloth for the God Shiva as a symbol of air and Fabrics red for Brahma as the symbol of fire.

The next destination of this tour program is to visit Monkey Forest in Ubud. Here lies the sacred monkey of Padangtegal which are usually called long-tailed macaques. Their scientific name is Macaca fascicuiaris. In Bali, there is a population of long-tailed macaques living areas where they have little or no direct contact with humans. In the western part is Dalem Temple (temple dedicated to Lord Shiva) and the east is a funeral and Merajapati Temple dedicated to the goddess Durga (Shiva 's wife ).

After visiting the Monkey Forest in Ubud, we will stop at Buah Kuning Temple, Flower Market and Botanical Garden. Here we will find various types of fruits being sold as Mango, Banana, Salak (Snake fruit), Papaya, green apple, avocado, strawberry, and durian in season. Sweet corn, peanut, coffee powder and many other types of plants. For flower and vegetables they sell orchids, roses, oranges, carrots and others. This market also sells many kinds of handicraft products such as Painting and Textile. Here we also can buy a rabbit.

The next destination of our tour program is visiting Bedugul (Bratan Lake) which is famous with Ulundanu Temple, Ulun means heart and Danu means lake. This temple is dedicated to the Lord of lakes or water God (God Danu). This lake provides water for the rice fields in the surrounding areas. This temple was built in the 17th century by the king of Mengwi. On the outside, there is a Buddhist temple courtyard and a large banyan tree.

Next we will visit Taman Ayun Temple in Mengwi which is a huge state temple of Mengwi highway surrounded by a wide moat. The temple was built in 1634. It has an outdoor courtyard with open grassy expanse and meeting hall for meetings, dance performances and sometimes used as cockfighting arena. In the middle of the yard built high bell made of wood (Kulkul). The outdoor courtyard with a separate page by the open gate and from central courtyard to the inner courtyard separated by a gate near the core. Inner courtyard has a lot of multitiered shrines (Meru), from first till the highest. Visitors are only allowed to view the page core / Inner courtyard only from the outside.

 

Included

  • Private Car with AC and also Petrol
  • Guide (They speak English, Germany, France)
  • Cool Drink
  • Entrance Fee

Excluded

  • Personal expense
  • Meals
  • Tips
  • Extra cost for optional activity

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