based activities can be combined in any way.
1. Pura Pusering Jagat
Capital Temple - the Navel of the World ) is one of
Bali's six most important temples that are
positioned in the six direction. This temple is at
the centre of Bali whist Pura Besakih is the
Featuring a lingaa and yoni this is a place for
childless couple to come and pray.
2. Bedulu Archaeological Museum
research centre features archaeological findings
from all over East Indonesia including sarcophagi
from before the time cremation was the norm in
Bali, Ming Dynasty plates left behind by Chinese
traders from the 10th to 30 minutes plus
3. Rock Temple Walk to Pura Jati
walk takes you from Pura Pusering through the rice fields,
past archaeological remains by the Kelebutan spring to see
the Rock temple ( pura Kelebutan ) which is carvedout of the
stone on the side of the flowing water.
You can enjoy this site and meditate.
2 hours or 1 hour from Pura Pusering Jagat Early Morning/
4. Pura Kebo Edan
Kebo Edan (the crazy buffalo temple ) houses the Siwa
Bhairawa statue also known as the giant of Pejeng with a
piercing in his penis, human skulls and a headdress of human
5. Penataran Sasih
last major temple we visit is Penataran Sasih which
features the Moon of Pejeng, the large bronze drum
with an age estimated at about 2000 years. It is
the largest extant" dongson drum" in existence.
6. Gunung Kawi
impressive candi's are carved into the cliffs
either side of the river Pakerisan , and the Wihara
(meditation rooms ) carved out of solid rock are
equated with the Ellora Caves of India and the tomb
of Arterxes II at Persepolis
1 hour 15 minutes
7. Tirtha Empul - the fountain of eternal youth
holy spring at Tirtha Empul are believedto have healing
powers. The spring water bubbles up into a bathing pool in
the temple complex in spectaculer rush of crystal clear blue
and various shades of aquamarine. There are many myths
regarding the creation of the spring usually evolving around
the God Indra.
8. Gunung Kawi Saba
temple is especially for the owners of rice fields. A
favourite Balinese bathing place which is graced with
mountain spring and statues bubbling water for bathing and
large pond full of fish. A beautiful setting which is at
it's best in the early morning or the late afternoon.
9. Taro - the village of the sacred white
is famous for it's sacred white albino buffalo.
Their urine and exrement are believed to have
healing properties as a body srub. The ancient
temple and village of Taro remain today as a quaint
reminder of Bali's past.
In the last few years Taro has also become the
village which houses the "elephan walk". We can
arrange your ride on an elephant's back.
30 minutes to 1 1/2 hours (with elephant walk )
10. Goa Garba
Garba is an ancient site which is still used today
for meditation and player. The area surrounding the
side has beautiful picnic areas and the nearby
river is also a favourite fishing site for the
Balinese. A pond close to the cave is used as a
source of holy water by the Balinese.
30 minutes + depending on your activity.
11. Walking from Keliki to Campuan
various aspects of Balinese life as you walk along the spur
of the george and enjoy panoramic views. A highly recommeded
1 1/2 hours
12. Sunset tour with outstanding artists.
a sculptor of outstanding ability and a maker of theree
dimensional carved panels of extraordinary beauty. See the
sunset over the Ayung gorge.
2 1/2 hours (afternoons only)
13. Paras stone
a site where paras stone is being cut from the
cliffside in the river gorge and is then taken to
be shaped by the stone masons into statues or stone
shapes to be used in building.
14. Goa Gajah and Yeh Pulu
best time to see Goa Gajah (the elephant caves) is
in the early mornings.
At this hour you can see the ways in which these
ancient caves and baths are still in use in daily
Balinese life. Then walk through the back streets
of the village to the Yeh Pulu relief dating form
the 14th Century
1hour 30 minutes
15. Pura Samoan Tiga
Samoan Tiga one of the most important temple in Hindu
Balinese history. This large 11th century temple complexis
where the three religions - Animism, Buddhism and Hinduism -
came to create the now present Dharma Hindu Bali, the name
Pura Samoan Tiga (The Temple of the Meeting of the
16. Bedulu Tour
combined walking tour takes in Goa Gajah, Yeh Pulu and Pura
2 hours 30 minutes
1 Eel Hunting At Night
With one of our guides join the local farmers as
they roam through the rice fields carrying gas
lanterns and hunting for eels.
Act 2 Fishing
Go fishing in one of the beautiful rivers of Bali
for catfish or prawns. Stop in at a lokal warung
for pecel lele, for a taste of Bali's famous
Act 3 Fishing at Sea
Try the lokal netfishing in a Jukung (the lokal
small fishing boats) from a nearby beach. We can
also arrange deep sea game fishing.
Act 4 Command Performance
In a enchanting Balinese atmosphere, wath a command
performance of the rarely performed Barong Landung
Dance drama and Legong Kraton.
Enjoy a Balinese banquet of Babi Guling (roast pig)
or Bebek Tutu (duck / chicken cooked in spices in
an earth oven) while watching the event.
can arrange short or long courses in your special
Learn 1 Balinese Cooking Classes
Basics of Balinese cooking, the herbs, the
different cooking techniques and the traditions
behind the various dishes of Bali.
Learn 2 Balinese Dance
Learn men's and women's styles of dance individualy
or participate in a group workshop.
Learn 3 Musical Tuition (Gamelan)
Playing instruments individually or participate in
a group workshop.
Learn 4 Martial Arts Class
Have a lesson in this unique Indonesian martial
art. Can include the Yoga side of Pencak Silat
Learn 5 Batik Making
Batik is a traditional form of patterning cloth.
Wax is used to allow the dying of various
Learn 6 Silver smithing
Learn 7 Mask Making
Learn 8 Wood carving
Learn 9 Painting
Learn 10 Balinese Religious Offerings
well as our fleet of finely maintained modern air
conditioned vehicles we can also present for your
use some of the classic vehicles of Bali (often
used to pick - up and drp our clients for the Learn
These vehicles include loving restored examples
Toyota's first vehicle designed for the Indonesian
market and imported from Japan in 1981.
VW Combi van imported from Brazil in 1985.
can make your dreams of Bali come to fruition.
Tell us what you would like to do.
Visit a building site ?
Understad the irrigation system ?
Whatever you would like we will arrange it for
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