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Make the most of your time on the beautiful island of Bali with a full-day shore excursion from Benoa Harbor. After you travel through the beautiful Balinese countryside, you’ll arrive at the artisan village of Batubulan to observe the indigenous craft of ‘batik’. Gaze at the smoldering summit of Mount Batur volcano; enjoy lunch while overlooking the Tegalallang Rice Field; and visit the incredible Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud. Round-trip transport from Benoa Harbor is included.
Douglas S Canada
We hade a great time with our driver and guide Oka. We learned a lot about the Island and family life. If you heat a chance to tour the Island get a hold of Oka. Thanks Again Oka.
Doug and Kathy
This was a amazing day !! Our tour guide Wayan was GREAT......we went everywhere and saw everything !!
From Bali dancers, Batik demo and their store, the scared monkeys had our picture taken with them, a nice lunch along the rice fields
to how locals live and the beautiful Bali beaches ! Would highly recommend this to others !
Wonderful guide and driver. Tour was excellent and we learned a great deal about the history, religion and architecture of this unique place.
Great guide, easy day and saw some great high spots. Nice lunch.
Brilliant tour, guide was prompt, very friendly and did a great job, of showing us his country, highly recommended
It was a variably rainy day in Bali so going to a dance performance was great in AM. The guide was fabulous and listened to what he could accommodate for photos. It cleared for us to see and photo Mt Batur and great lunch included but if its a totally rainy day, this tour would be a bust. Based on guide it would be a 5, tour content only a 3-4.
We were met by our guide, Oka, as we came ashore. It was just my wife and I with Oka and the driver, Gidday, in a Toyota Advenza. Oka heard that the monkey forest was jammed up, so we headed to the Kintamani Highlands first, with stops at a souvenir store mandatory per government?, a private Balinese residence, a Wood Carvers place, and the Spring Water Temple. We had lunch included on a restaurant terrace in Kintamani overlooking several volcanic mountains and a lake between beautiful vista. On the way back to the ship, we stopped at the terraced rice paddies in Tegalalang and the monkey forest in Ubud, where you could purchase bunches of small bananas to feed the monkeys what fun.
Our tour guide informed us that Kinta mani was too far away to be included with the tour of Ubud so we had to make a choice. After we opted for Ubud the guide tailored our tour to suit our preference which leans towards experiencing local culture. We watched a play, visited Tebasari farm, Monkey Forest, a temple, and ate lunch at a fine restaurant overlooking a rice field. Overall we had a good time but we're disappointed not to have experienced the mountains.
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