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Kuta, Indonesia

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7 horas (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles

Descripción general

Con tan solo un día en el puerto de Bali, la mayoría de los visitantes se dirigen directamente a la playa, pero esta excursión privada de 6 horas por la costa le ofrece la introducción perfecta a la cultura balinesa. Visite los pueblos artesanos de Celuk, Mas, y Batuan; maravíllese ante la fauna y flora en el Bosque sagrado de los monos; visite el Palacio de Ubud; a continuación, compre recuerdos en el Mercado de artesanías de Ubud. El traslado de ida y vuelta al puerto está incluido.
  • Excursión privada de día completo por la costa de Ubud desde el puerto de Benoa
  • Explore los pueblos artesanos de Celuk, Mas y Batuan que rodean Ubud
  • Visite atracciones como el Palacio de Ubud y el Bosque sagrado de los monos
  • Eche un vistazo a los puestos del Mercado de artesanías de Ubud
  • La excursión incluye la recogida y vuelta al hotel desde el puerto de cruceros de Benoa
  • Esta excursión privada se puede adaptar según sus intereses, lo que garantizará una atención personalizada de su guía
Reúnase con su guía privado al llegar al puerto de cruceros de Benoa entre las 8.00 h y 10.00 h (los horarios de recogida pueden adaptarse a la llegada de su crucero) y relájese en su vehículo privado con conductor en el viaje de alrededor de 1 hora a Ubud.

Antes de llegar a Ubud, explore los pueblos vecinos, famosos por sus artesanías tradicionales. Eche un vistazo a los talleres de joyería en el pueblo de Celuk, admire la magnífica tallada a mano en madera en Mas y maravíllese ante las diversas obras de arte en venta en el pueblo de Batuan.

Continúe hasta Ubud, donde los puntos de interés incluyen el gran Palacio de Ubud y el Bosque sagrado de los monos, una reserva natural que alberga cerca de 700 macacos. Por último, visite el Mercado de artesanías de Ubud, donde podrá echar un vistazo a los puestos de recuerdos y practicar sus habilidades de regateo mientras compra pinturas únicas, sarongs, pañuelos de seda, cestas tejidas a mano o ropa colorida.

Después de 6 horas de visita a los puntos de interés de la isla, regrese al puerto de Benoa a tiempo para la partida del crucero.

Nota importante: esta excursión privada puede adaptarse a sus preferencias, así podrá evitar los lugares de interés que no le interesen o pasar más tiempo en los que disfruta.

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p
, feb 2018

Where to start.......Our guide Wayan was 11/2 hrs late! He didnt have a good enough grasp of English and certainly didnt have a good enough grasp of Bali history. He was too keen to take us to shopping outlets rather than places wed asked for. He hadnt planned any refreshment stops.
He has great potential, but needs support and training to make that happen.

k
, feb 2018

Wayan was a young, enthusiastic guide and driver who was eager to show us around. We enjoyed stopping at the batik, woodcarving, and artists' workshops but the silver shop was a bit of a bust because they had no power. The Batuan temple was interesting and Wayan was particularly knowledgeable here. He then took us to a great restaurant for lunch. The highlight of the day was the Monkey Forest. It met all expectations.

p
, ene 2018

One of the worst tour ever. First there was the 3 day horror of trying to get a confirmation of our requested pick up time. I asked the question through Viator and sent several follow up emails when I got no response. I was told to call the local number, but I was in the middle of the ocean. We reached port and I had local call the number provided for the tour operator. They either got no answer or spoke to someone who had no record of our tour. It was a nightmare to sort out and has made me seriously question the Viator services. We did finally get a confirmation, 14 hours before the scheduled start time. That is not service in any country or language. The guide/driver was on time and did speak English, but did not understand the questions we asked, nor offer any commentary on the areas we were driving through. We hired a GUIDE, we got a driver. Absolutely, thoroughly disappointing.

M
, mar 2017

Our driver Putu was on time and waiting for us at the Port of Benoa. He greeted us with a big smile. Once in our comfortable Toyota and on our way. Putu asked us what we were excited to see. He suggested two temples - but we had visited them the day before so he suggested other points of interest and we left ourselves and the day into his hands.

Our first destination was the Sacred Monkey Forest. Putu dropped us off and he said he would meet us inside after parking the car. We paid the 100,000 Indonesian Rupiah 8 US. There were monkeys everywhere. The little babies hanging onto their mothers were so cute. The forest was just that. A beautiful, dense tropical forest with bridges, a river. Our next stop was the rice terraces. Another beautiful scenic place with lush greenery.

Our next stop was a coffee factory. We were given a tour and a guide explained the entire process of Lauwa coffee. Putu had arraigned for us to have a taste test of 9 different coffees and teas that were free of charge. I ordered a cup of the Lauwa coffee and we also had some banana fritters 8 US. We purchased some teas before leaving for our last stop a Bali house. Putu showed us the different rooms, inner courtyard, family temple area. Once again, Putu our Bali Ambassador that is what we called him received an A.

With the help of Putu we had a wonderful time and saw exactly what we wanted to see. He was friendly, helpful and informative of Bali and what it had to offer a tourist. We made it back to the port in time to have a massage in the terminal area.

We HIGHLY recommend this tour and wish that we could give it 10 stars. By the way we found this tour listed as NEW to Viator.

Mike and Robin


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