Visit Ubud, Bali's spiritual and artistic hub.
Gain an insight into Balinese life and customs.
Stay in rural Bali away from the crowds.
Eat like a local and learn to make Balinese dishes.
Relax on Bali's eastern coast.
- De Klumpu
- Candi Dasa
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Includes international flights from a choice of UK airports, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Day 1 International outbound flight
International outbound flight
Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Denpasar.
Day 2 Ubud
Day 3 Ubud
Today you will have a private guided tour that gives a unique insight into Ubud and the Balinese culture. The tour takes you away from Ubud's tourist areas to give you an authentic insight and experience. During the tour you will have the opportunity to interact with local people who live and work in Ubud.
Day 4 Ubud
Spiritual healing practises are a large part of Balinese life. In Ubud ancient traditional practises co-exist alongside modern ones. This morning you will have a guided tour to places that will give you a fascinating insight into these Balinese customs. In the evening your guide will accompany you to experience a traditional Balinese kecak dance performance. Based on an ancient Hindu story the dance is a spectacle to behold as actors dressed in traditional costumes re-tell the story whilst a chorus of men chant and sway around them.
Day 5 Ubud
Day at leisure to enjoy one of the many activities on offer in Ubud. You may like to visit one of the area's many characterful temples, visit the local monkey forest, take a cycling tour or enjoy a private yoga class in a peaceful setting overlooking a river.
Day 6 De Klumpu
Day 7 De Klumpu
Approximately 1 hour from your hotel lies one of Bali's most impressive volcanoes, Mount Batur. The active volcano has a spectacular setting within a large ancient caldera next to a lake and hot springs. Over time, several craters have formed on the volcano. Today you will trek to one of the lower craters which provides panoramic views of the caldera and at times emits steam and gases from small vents in the crater wall. As the sun sets you will be served eggs that have been cooked in the soil beneath you before returning to your hotel.
Day 8 De Klumpu
Day at leisure to relax at your resort or enjoy one of the resorts activities e.g. a tour that gives an insight into rural Balinese life, an herbal plants trek, Balinese dance lessons, waterfall trekking, cycling tour.
Day 9 Candi Dasa
De Klumpu , Candi Dasa
Your guide will collect you today for your transfer to the small coastal town of Candidasa, located on Bali's eastern coast. In the evening you will be taken to a small market town where you will have the opportunity to eat like a local at the town's night market under the expert guidance of a local food guide.
Day 10 Candi Dasa
Day 11 Candi Dasa
Day 12 Candi Dasa
Today you will have a guided tour of some of East Bali's cultural and historic sites. As an added twist the tour will take place in an old convertible VW jeep allowing you to enjoy the passing scenery with the wind in your hair! The tour ends with a picnic lunch in the unique setting of a royal water palace.
Day 13 International return flight
Candi Dasa , Denpasar , International return flight
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