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clock-o8 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Take your Bali visit to new heights during this private, 11-hour, sunrise ascent of sacred Mount Batur. Wake up in the early morning to climb the island’s second-highest peak, enjoying the early dawn views from the top of this 5,600-foot (1,717-meter) active volcano. You’ll celebrate at the summit with a basic breakfast before finishing with a well-deserved soak in a natural hot spring.
  • Make a sunrise ascent of Bali's Mount Batur during this private excursion
  • Challenge yourself with a pre-dawn climb of this sacred peak
  • Enjoy the spectacular views from the 5,600-foot (1,717-meter) summit of this active volcano
  • Savor at breakfast of hot tea and eggs cooked with volcanic steam at the summit
  • Soak tired muscles during a visit to a natural hot springs
  • Private guide ensures personalized service and attention
Get picked up in the early hours before dawn from your Bali hotel. You’ll be transported from there to the foot of Mount Batur, one of Bali’s most sacred mountains for the island’s Hindus, to begin your trek.

Before starting the climb, listen to safety instructions and a brief orientation from your guide. When you’re ready you’ll begin the ascent of Mount Batur in the darkness of pre-dawn, typically between 3:30 and 3:45am. Continue your climb towards the summit, arriving at the peak right around sunrise at 6am. The inspiring sight of the new day breaking over the clouds and the island below is sure to be spectacular.

Celebrate your adventure on top of Mount Batur by fueling up with an early-morning breakfast. Sip on tea to warm up while your guide prepares eggs using heat from the volcanic steam escaping from the crater. You’ll have time to enjoy your breakfast and explore the volcano’s three different craters before returning back down around 9am.

On your way back from your Mount Batur adventure, stop at a natural hot springs, allowing you to soak off the grime from your hike and soothe your aching muscles. You’ll also have time to visit a local coffee plantation, where you can learn about the process behind Bali’s famous ‘Luwak Coffee’ produced by the digestive process of civets. You’ll return back to your hotel just after noon.

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J
, Jun 2018

My fiance proposed to me during the sunrise so I will always be biased in this review. But I couldn't reccomend doing this trip any more during your stay in Bali. our driver from Ubud - Komang Godoh was brilliant and our private guide was amazing and took his time with us up the mountain and stopped whenever we wanted to stop. I would reccomend having a private tour guide as there were loads of people travelling up so we went ahead of everyone else missing the traffic of people up the mountain. 100 reccomend!!

J
, May 2018

The Tour was great :D

After initial booking I contacted them regarding contact details of the driver clarification on pick up and times and response was 2 hours which is great.

We were picked up by our driver Gusti Rasnayasa promptly at 0130 who had just the right amount of energy for the two of us being sleep deprived to not feel horrible. We had a good nap on the drive to Mt. Batur with a quick pit stop as Gusti organised breakfast which we ate at the top/stop of Mt. Batur.

We met up with our guide Asmara Putra who was a bit quiet but very polite and friendly. Seeing as we were two young guys he initially set a decent pace but when he realized I wasn't particularly fit he slowed the pace enough that the hike was challenging but not too slow that we didn't get a good spot we got a great spot. We took frequent short breaks throughout the hike and eventually we made it up there in time to get a small little table for our breakfast eggs, bread, banana and got some coffee. Definitely pack a jacket or long sleeve shirt as it does get chilly at the top.

The Hike down was easier than going up and Asmara made sure we didn't fall on some of the trickier parts as well as talk to us about the surrounding landscape and mentioned how hard the Agung hike is. Asmara also managed to take down a sick pup where were a few wild but friendly dogs on Batur which caused a bit of a stir with all the other hikers picture attached

After meeting back up with our driver Gusti we headed to the hot springs for a soak and unwind which was beautiful and not very crowded either. Since we were more awake we had much more of a conversation with Gusti who talked to us about the landscapes and some local culture on the way towards the Luwak Coffee plantation where we had a great tasting of 12 or 14 teas/coffees as well as some luwak coffee which we bought some of : .

The drive home was relaxing and both our guide and driver were great. I would highly recommend both of them if you're in Bali and the Batur trek was definitely the highlight of our trip :

R
, Feb 2018

We had a wonderful time on this trip. Our driver for the day Mr. Godoh with Hire Bali Driver was excellent and provided 5 star service. He gave us as much time as we needed at each stop and was very knowledgeable. Definitely would recommend.

B
, Jan 2018

Friendly driver and guide, Unfortunately my partner was sick and struggling, the guide was very helpful and accomodating towards her. About 1.5km in she was about to give up and turn around, with a few stops and me hassling she got halfway 2.5km to a rest stop with a view over the water and across from Mount Agung. She stayed here and I continued on for about another kilometre before deciding to turn around and make sure she was safe. We will both do it again next time and get to the top.

Take plenty of water and money as some locals use scooters to ride up and sell you anything they can.

Hot springs were a godsend with nice views them selves and the coffee plantation was amazing too TAKE MONEY it's hard not to walk out with plenty to take home.

P
, Sep 2017

I would highly recommend this tour to anyone considering a volcano hike. We managed to get 2hrs of sleep on the drive from Semiyak to Mt Batur, so it wasn't a completely sleepless night. Torches, water and a small breakfast were provided. Definitely bring a warm jacket for the peak and 30,000 IDR for a warm tea. Our runners got very dusty so consider bringing an old pair. The hot springs afterwards were perfect for refreshing after the hike, and the coffee/tea tasting helped us wake up again! This definitely made the entire volcano trek experience a lot more enjoyable.

E
, Jun 2017

Amazing tour. Somewhat difficult hike in that the rocks are loose and it's about a 2 hour hike up hill. Views are beautiful from the top, guide was fabulous, and driver was great too. Hot springs was a little gross, but I'm a germaphobe. Coffee and tea tasting was awesome, purchased several teas.


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