Hikers love the challenging mountain trails of Mount Agung, the tallest active volcano in Bali. Its most popular routes—one starting from Besakih, and the other from Pura Pasa Agung—take trekkers through mountain temples and truly rugged terrain. Loose pebble paths and steep cliffs end with epic views of Bali countryside, and a view that visitors argue may be the best place to watch the sunrise in the country.
Tours & Tickets
Imagine how does it feel if we are sitting on the highest peak of Bali. On the east side there is sun rising from the back of Mount Rinjani in Lombok. If we ... Read more
Location: Kuta, Indonesia
Duration: 17 hours (approx.)