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A very nice trip. Well, it is surely tough and my legs are still aching even though two days have passed. The route is tough and some part of it could be dangerous, so tourists need to be mentally prepared. After half way through the journey, I was regretting that I booked this trip. However, when you reach the top and reflect the way and have seen the magnificent view, you will realise that it is worth it! Will recommend to people who loves adventure and it physically fit. You need to take care of your knees.
Whatta view from top of Mt. Batur... The mountain is extremely steep.. The hot springs are enjoyable
Very hard hike but we had a wonderful guide. He let us take as many breaks as we needed and he was very experienced. He took pictures for us and was always smiling and answered all sorts of questions. He definatly made the hike up easier. Down was faster but easier just had to be very carful not to twist an ankle because theres is a lot of loose and very steep rocks.
Loving the adventure, especially with a friendly young guide Kaded. Very patience and friendly, taking care of us with his very simple english.
All around great. Guides were fun, knowledgeable, spoke great english, and let us set a fast pace. I had a blast. I wish there was better communication regarding day off/pick up, but otherwise it was great.
You can and #39;t pass up an experience like this. you need a decent level of fitness but the views so picturesque it and #39;s seriously worth it. Thanks big time to our guide and driver this is a must do for any adventurous traveller
The Mt. Batur Sunrise Hiking was amazing, just like everyone is saying it is. There was ALOT of people hiking up this thing who should not have been there. You, in the keds sneakers and the older woman with the bad knee, not to mention the 28 year old who had a hangover and vomitted after the 1st ascent was reached. These are the people you have to manuver around in the dark of night on a slippery small pebble foot path. You want to reach the summit for the sunrise but you have to go around these numbskulls to reach it in time so your patience might wear thin after the 1st hour or so.
Make sure to pack a warm layer and a windproof layer for the top which can be windy and chilly while waiting for the sun to rise.
Amazing!! Our guide was great and took us up a quieter route, then found a place we could sit to watch the sunrise. We then trekked around to view the other lesser craters and cooked bananas in a steam hole. The view was incredible, probably one of the best days we had on our trip. The visit to the coffee plantation afterwards was also nice, a big selection of tea/coffee to taste.
Wow. Just fantastic. Our guides Wayan and Ayu were fully focused on making this a special experience and it was. So worth the early start and climb. Breakfast cooked over the steam vents atop Mt Batur and then sharing with the monkey group at sunrise was a real highlight.
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