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A great hike with amazing views! Do expect to wake up at 2am (yes, you didn't read this wrong), if you are keen on catching the sunrise at the peak of the mountain! Bring your own food & water! Be prepared to be surrounded by monkeys at the peak!
Mount Batur is one of the three volcanoes in Bali. It's the shortest among them but is most favored by people. Not only it is a short hike (about 5 hours total), but it also offers a magnificent sunrise view. To go there, you can try finding hiking tours. They usually will cover from pick-up,…
Nature enthusiasts who love hiking and want to immerse themselves in the tropical Bali landscape while absorbing local culture should head to the Kintamani and Mount Batur area. Found in north east Bali, the climate is notably cooler than in the lowlands of south Bali. Mount Batur holds significant…
Starting the early hours of the morning, walk with a guide up Mt Batu for sunrise. A fabulous experience I highly recommend. Be sure to take some water & a jacket as its pretty cool at the top.
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“Great climb as it is the highest summit in Bali - not an easy journey and although the difficulty level is medium, it is a very challenging hike as very tiring.”
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“Among the many natural wonders Bali has to offer, the Sekumpul Waterfalls rank among the most majestic attractions. Groups of narrow cascades lure visitors to their pools, where they drop up to 80 meters (263ft) to the valley below. While the path from parking to waterfall is steep—comprised of dirt roads, rocky paths, hundreds of steep steps, and flowing rivers—visitors manage to finish the approximate half-hour hike to a wondrous and riveting reward.”
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“The Besakih Temple is a temple complex consisting of many temples and shrines which sit on the southern slopes of the sacred Mount Agung. Stepping into the ancient temple complex interlaced with flowing streams, larger than life mythical and religious sculptures, and a view of the grand mountain range, one cannot help but feel a sense of mystical awe. Also called the ‘Mother Temple,’ Besakih is considered the largest, holiest, and most important temple in all of Bali.”
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