Our North Bali tour includes a visit to:
Lovina: A coastal area on the northwestern side of Bali facing the Bali Sea. Here you can ride a boat and watch dolphins. There are also opportunities for shopping. On a clear day, it is possible to see the mountains of Java from the beach.
Buddhist Temple: Also known as "Brahma Vihara-Arama", this is the biggest Buddhist temple in Bali dating back to 1873 with connections to the Ching Dynasty. The temple complex is a peaceful and serene location featuring a large stupa of Buddha with a large meditation area.
Banjar Hot Springs: A pure and natural hot spring located in Singaraja that is more than 100 years old. The sulfuric water is of volcanic origin and has an agreeable warm temperature of 37 degrees Celsius that is ideal for people suffering from rheumatic diseases.
Gigit Waterfall: A series of three waterfalls situated between villages and clove plantations. The waterfalls are surrounded by a beautiful, tropical forest and are often visited by monkeys. From the waterfalls, you can also enjoy a lovely panorama of rice terraces and Buleleng Beach.
Dolphin trip, Lovina
hot spring, Singaraja
Gitgit Waterfall (photo K. Eckert)