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If you have time / budgetary constraints and can do only one tour then you should opt for the "Singaraja and Bedugul North Coast Bali Mountain Tour". It is definitely the best of the three tours I did with Viator in Bali. A bit long and tiring but no visits to pushy touristy shops.
The scenery, the temple, the view of the twin lakes is just awesome. The lunch at Lovina Beach was once again sad. Only a fixed (not cheap) buffet as we were told that ordering a-la-carte would take too long.
The waterfalls were not too impressive but the walk from the main road to the site was not meant for out of shape smokers!! Almost gave up half way!
Jayne K Australia
A really great day with a wonderful driver and guide, I got a really good look into the Balinese way of life and lots of cultural information from my excellent guide. The temple was very beautiful and lunch at Lovina Beach very enjoyable, all round a full and interesting day.
Had a gr8 day. Our Guide Anto was lovely and caring and very informative. Our driver was also an excellent driver and felt very reliable. We enjoyed our lunch at Aditya Resort in Lovina on the coast. We were picked up on time and arrived back at our resort on time. Overall a lovely day. Thank you.
Very nice to see the other side of Bali. Beautiful green landscapes and rice fields...loved the lunch on Lovina Beach but we didn't actually stop in Singaraja. Gitgit falls was nice. Our tour guide very informative aswell
The tour guide was informative but the vehicle we were driven in was ready for the wreckers - the seat we were sitting in wasn't even fixed to the floor properly - new vehicle required.
Bedugul the temple and the lake were fabulous as was Git Git Waterfall, and the however the rest of this tour was overly long and a bit of a waste of time . Make this a half day tour as far as Git Git, knock off Lovina black sand beach ( don't bother ) the lunch was terrible ( tourist buffet at a hotel ) and the stops to make purchases at the "Silversmiths" and the Civet Coffee places seemed to be profit driven not sightseeing.
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