Emerald Bali eco tour is perfect for visitors who want to discover why Bali is called the island of the gods. Not only the areas we will visit are beautiful and natural, they are important landmarks in Bali. We will warm up our trip with a visit to Ubud Monkey Forest. Yes, you can expect jumping monkeys, playful monkeys around the area. In fact the area is home to approximately 400 Long Tail Monkeys. Walk along Tegalang Rice field, enjoy beautiful views of rice field landscape. Hear the birds chirp, while paddies rustle against each other.
Witness rice farmers in this area irrigate the rice field still using traditional system called Subak. In this area you will also visit a plantation and get to taste natural riches of Bali such as coffee, tea, organic spices, pure cocoa and last but not least, the world-renowned Luwak Coffee straight from the plantation. Enjoy series of visits to famous and sacred temples of Bali. Tirta Empul for example is a temple famous for its sacred spring water. Find out why Balinese bathe in the sacred water at least once a year. Then there’s Mother temple Besakih, the biggest and most important Hindu temple in Bali believed to be the symbolic nature of the world balance existence.
Spend the night at a beautiful eco resort at Candi Dasa. This spot is so beautiful, many tourists extend their stay for another day. There is a pool at the center of Candi Dasa where you will enjoy the beautiful view of Lombok Strait. Not enough? It is believed that people came to settle in Bali during the Hindu prehistoric time. In Tenganan Village, the residents hold a very unique way of life, believed to be a preservation of those first settlers’ way of life. The cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan has made this area to be a fascinating tourist destination. Are you ready for this exciting trip? Here’s your complete itinerary of your eco tour journey.