Discover the island’s hidden gems and popular Instagram-med spot in one of the best Bali full day tours ever: elephant camp, monkey forest, and more.
* A child (3-15 y) is calculated as 0.5 Pax.
*Includes:-Comfortable air-conditioned car.
-free drinking water.
-free beverages and snacks.
-All tickets, and parking fees.
*Trip duration:10-12 hrs
*What to bring: Swimming wear-Hiking footwear-Water resistant bag-Hat-Sunscreen.
Rp1,750,000 – Rp2,000,000
Pick up time 07.30 AM, Start your day with convenient pickup directly from your hotel. Upon arrival at Bali Elephant Camp you will be welcomed with a refreshing drink amidst stunning surroundings. Watch the elephants enjoy their morning bath – or consume amazing amounts of foods at meal times!. You may chose between a 30 mins elephant ride or an elephant bathing and education program. if you want to do both it will be for extra charge.
Your mahout(elephant trainer)will explain the daily routines of these beautiful animals after your ride is saddled-up and you’re enjoying the Elephant Trek!
Befriend a great Sumatran elephant in the Elephant Trek! Safely perched on the broad back of this majestic giant, plunge into a verdant tropical landscape, catching glimpses of chattering monkeys and colorful birds, as the trail follows the banks of the scenic Ayung River. At the end of the 30 minute trek, you intelligent mount will cool off in the wading pool (while carefully keeping you high and dry!) before delivering you to our restaurant for refreshments overlooking stunning valley scenery.
Next stop is For monkey lovers, this forest is definitely one for the bucket list. When else would you get the chance to get up close and personal with monkeys!. The beautiful forest grounds and hilarious, entertaining monkeys make for a funny afternoon and definitely one not to be forgotten!
Then comes one of the hidden gems of Bali, the temple of Luhur Besikalung located in the mountains of southern slopes of Mount Batukaru. the surrounding area offers beautiful scenery of the terrace rice field, rivers, and trees.
Next destination is Jatiluwih, a rice terrace formation with an ancient irrigation system that has been awarded UNESCO’s World Heritage title. The view of different levels of the rice paddy next to the Batukaru Mountain is spectacularly serene scenery.