What’s there to see in the western and southern part of Bali? For one, there’s the famous Menjangan Island just north west of Bali. It is an uninhabited 8km wide island. What’s so great about this island is the fact that it’s surrounded with hectares of coral reefs for you to explore. As it is a protected marine reserve area, when you snorkel or dive in the area you will not only witness beautiful coral reefs but also very diverse eco biology. This spot is often rated the best snorkeling spot in Bali. Divers also place this spot high on their list.
Be prepared for a 2 hour cycling activity that is sure to take your mind off the hustle bustle of city life. Our trek guide will bring you through West Bali National park where you will have a back-to-nature adventure. Cycle through the flora and fauna of the national park. Observe wild life in the forest such as Javan deers, and birds chirping in the wild. At the end of the cycle, please enjoy a fresh and tasteful coconut.
There’s many to highlight in this trip, there’s the dolphin attraction in Lovina, temples and art village sightseeing, and there’s also the nature reserve of Ubud Monkey forest. This forest houses approximately 400 Long Tail monkeys. You will be able to see monkey playing, jumping, asking for food, and more monkey-like activities. They are monkeys after all.
Don’t forget the Jatiluwih Padi field which is famous and currently listed under UNESCO heritage list. The view here is breathtaking and we will take our time enjoying the beautiful area. Located above 700 meters above sea level, we will set aside 1 hour leisure walk with cool and comfortable mountain atmosphere. This excellent spot will be closed with a nice lunch in a restaurant with the padi field serving as panoramic view.