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Kintamani, Indonésia
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8 horas (aproximadamente)
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Mergulhe na rica cultura de Bali enquanto descobre a fascinante história e muitas atrações do interior da ilha nesta excursão de 8 horas de duração completa. Pare em alguns dos locais naturais mais famosos de Bali enquanto explora o Monte Batur, o Lago Batur e as montanhas de Kintamani, depois observe artesãos construindo 'gamelans' (um instrumento musical indonésio típico), explore o Museu Arqueológico da ilha e visite aldeias típicas como Blahbatuh e Sri Batu. Este dia de Bali destaca a exploração também inclui um guia, taxas de entrada, chá da tarde ou café e transporte de ida e volta do seu hotel.
  • Excursão turística de dia inteiro em Bali
  • Visite as aldeias de Blahbatuh e Sri Batu
  • Veja como os instrumentos musicais são lançados para uma orquestra de gamelão
  • Explore as montanhas de Kintamani e veja o vulcão do Monte Batur
  • Passeie por uma plantação de bambu na aldeia de Penglipuran
  • Saboreie o café e o chá da tarde no Bukit Jati
  • Recolha e entrega no hotel incluídos
Viaje para o interior exuberante de Bali enquanto explora o rico patrimônio cultural e histórico da ilha nesta excursão que cobre algumas de suas principais atrações. Se você está em busca de um cenário natural deslumbrante, um gosto dos costumes locais ou uma chance de aprender sobre a cultura balinesa, esta excursão é para você.
Comece o dia com uma picape no seu hotel em Bali entre 30 e 60 minutos antes das 9h. Seu horário exato será verificado no momento em que sua visita for reconfirmada. Em seguida, comece sua viagem com um ônibus confortável, explorando uma variedade de locais, com cada parada durando entre 30 e 45 minutos.
Vá primeiro ao vilarejo de Blahbatuh, onde o último criador de gongos da ilha se dedica à criação de instrumentos musicais balineses. Confira a fábrica da aldeia, onde você assistirá a produção de toda uma orquestra de gamelão, um instrumento composto de pequenos sinos e grandes gongos. Você também ouvirá sobre o processo de como os residentes da ilha forjam as peças de metal para esses intrincados instrumentos.
Prossiga para o Museu Arqueológico de Bali, também chamado de Gedung Arca, situado a 4 milhas (7km) de Ubud e a 18 milhas (30km) de Denpasar. As coleções do museu contêm uma riqueza de artefatos históricos e pré-históricos que remontam à Idade da Pedra. Confira os sinos de bronze do século 15 e admire sarcófagos de pedra gigantes, datados de 500 aC, que já abrigaram membros da classe real da ilha.
Continue ao lado da plantação em Sri Batu, onde você investigará as várias plantas sendo cultivadas e aprenderá sobre seus muitos usos medicinais e culinários de seu guia. Você também pode comprar uma lembrança de comida durante a sua visita a partir das ofertas de café, cravo, frutas tropicais e especiarias da plantação.
Sua excursão então segue para as montanhas mais frias de Kintamani, onde você terá a chance de observar o dramático Monte Batur. Você pode ver a lava negra descendo da cratera deste vulcão ativo, descendo em direção às águas cintilantes do Lago Batur, que fica na base da montanha. Agarre o almoço (às suas custas) em um restaurante local ao longo das margens deste incrível lago, aproveitando para apreciar sua forma crescente e as impressionantes paredes íngremes da cratera que o cercam.
Após o almoço, continue até Penglipuran, onde você terá tempo para explorar uma plantação de bambu nas proximidades. Aprenda sobre os ricos costumes da vida balinesa durante sua visita à vila, depois prossiga para sua parada final em Bukit Jati para o chá da tarde ou café servido entre os exuberantes campos de arroz da área e as vistas do oceano além.

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P
, nov 2017

This tour was amazing!

Y
, set 2017

Wadee was good guide. You get to see a lot of Bali. Good to do first few days. Coffee place was nice and seeing the workplaces near Ubud was cool. u have to pay for lunch, but the place Wadee took me (Panca Yoga Restaurant) was a buffet and they asked for 125k. I only had 100k and they accept. Food ok

L
, ago 2017

This tour was AMAZING !! Rich of culture and the tour guide was friendly

S
, jun 2017

Our guide Windra was kind enough to rearrange his itinerary, to leave out places we had already been and to add things we hadn't seen the previous day on our similar Highlights tour. Started out with the Barong Dance Show -- very enjoyable! Then lunch at a place called Rapuan Cili -- very good food, good prices, and a lovely view of green fields and a blue swimming pool below. Then we visited a traditional village called Penglipuran. We were allowed to go into a family's home and see their humble circumstances and backyard garden. From there we saw the community temple, then walked beyond the town, to see the bamboo forest. After that, we were supposed to go to a scenic lookout to view the terraced rice fields however, we were taken to a non-tourist overlook that was overgrown and smelly. Then we got dropped off at a huge jewelry store, when we were expecting to see jewelry-making craftspeople. The day was great for the most part, but the last 2 stops were very unnecessary -- we would rather have gone back to our hotel early..

T
, mai 2017

Saw and learned a lot about the island's culture and sight. Tour guide was very professional and knowledgeable. Would recommend to get an in-depth learning experience.

g
, jan 2017

We were hoping to get a real experience of seeing Bali and some of this tour fulfilled it. There were several stops at places where the locals did arts like textiles, painting and wooden sculptures, describing how they made the artifacts and we had to basically walk through these places in hopes of buying something. Some of these places were interesting in terms of seeing how they made their products but other places like the place with paintings and making of silver jewellery was a waste of time and was clearly just a stop to shop. The coffee plantation and village we stopped at was very informative and great because they were not typical touristy stops and the village really gives a true authentic glimpse of the Balinese village life. The stop at the volcano and the lunch was also a nice visit. Some of this tour was really educational but some of it seemed too much of a shopping trip and it could have been shorter were it not for a few of these stops. Overall, its worth going on.

b
, jan 2017

lots of tourist in Bali but few are taking tours . I was the only one on this tour . This should have presented opportunities to customize. Instead rushed through and dropped off at the airport 2 hours early. As DPS does not permit checking in until 3 hours prior to flight time I had a long wait at the airport. There is no seating in the precheckin area. People just sit on metal rails or lie down on the tile floor.

M
, out 2016

I found this trip very disappointing. It seemed for 3 hours of the trip I was taken to many places with an expection of buying, silver, paintings, wood carvings, coffee and clothing/handbags. As a tourist I do understand there is a need for us to visit places for 5 different places in one day is too many and the time could have been used taking me to see the sights. I did enjoy the volcano view and also the coffee/tea tasting but I don't think this trip was value for money and then other trips we did were better. I wouldn't recommend this trip

M
, out 2016

I found this trip very disappointing. It seemed for 3 hours of the trip I was taken to many places with an expection of buying, silver, paintings, wood carvings, coffee and clothing/handbags. As a tourist I do understand there is a need for us to visit places for 5 different places in one day is too many and the time could have been used taking me to see the sights. I did enjoy the volcano view and also the coffee/tea tasting but I don't think this trip was value for money and then other trips we did were better. I wouldn't recommend this trip

J
, out 2016

The tour guide was great! He asked about my interests and managed to get around so many places over the day. I saw the batik, jewellery, wood carving all being made at different places. The mount Batur view was absolutely beautiful but my real highlight was the coffee tasting!! Thank you !!


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Código do produto: 3665DPSBALIHL

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