Three Hours Morning/Afternoon Trekking
Catch the view of beautiful rice fields, mountains, river and temple and village, and witness one of the most famous hand weaving at Sidemen Village. Price includes bottled water, organic coconut water and cold towels o n returning to the villa. @Rp300K per trip (maximum 2 people). Additional person @Rp.100K per person, children under 10 years old free to join.
Four and half hours Soft Climbing –Rp. 450K per trip (maximum 2 people), additional person @Rp. 150K. Experience spectacular views of Sidemen surrounding, Candidasa Beach and Goa Lawah Beach from the top of the Duwangga Temple and Cemeng Hill! This activity will give a bit of mountain climbing feelings, with softer and shorter treks then the highest Mount Agung Climbing!
A Full Day Trip to visit places of interests nearby such as Songket and Endek hand weaving homes at Sidemen area, Besakih Mother Temple, Mount Batur Beautiful Panorama, Traditional Village Penglipuran, stopping at any traditional market. @Rp. 600K per day (up to 10 hours).
A Full Day Trip to Klungkung Royal Justice Court, Goa Lawah Bat Cave Temple, Candidasa Beach, Tenganan Ancient Village, etc. @Rp. 600K per day (up to 10 hours).
Snorkeling and diving at Tulamben – one of the World Famous Water Activities, to see the ship wrecks of US Liberty (price is variety depending on what activities you are taking). Car Charter @Rp. 600K per day (up to 10 hours)
White Water Rafting at Telaga Waja River which is well-known to be best rafting venue in Bali @Rp. 500K per person. Price includes transportation to and from the rafting point, lunch or all amenities during the rafting.
Spending a Full Day@Bali Safari & Marine Park – let your adventure in the wild begins. Enjoy the best safari experience in Bali at the home hundreds of amazing animals representing over 60 species, including some rare and endangered species such as the Komodo, Orang Utan, and the Bali Mynah.
At Bali Safari & Marine Park, you can choose to enjoy your safari journey from the elephant back with our Elephant Back Safari, interact with your favorite animal up close at the Animal Encounter space, experience the wildest fine dining moment surrounded by lions, meerkats, and porcupines at the Tsavo Lion restaurant, and unwind with the spectacular show of Bali Agung at the state of art theater in the park, Bali Theater or make your own big splash at the Water Park and Fun Zone. Car Charter available at Rp. 600.000,- for maximum of 10 hours of usage.
For you who love adventure, a Mountain Climbing to the highest Agung Mountain is probably perfect! @Rp. 780K per person (min 2 people). Price includes transportation, English Speaking Guide, Breakfast Boxes, Donation, 1 hour Balinese Massage after climbing.
Weaving Demonstration - Sidemen is the home of one of the most popular Songket & Endek Weaving (Traditional Balinese Weaving) Village in Bali. While staying here, get a chance to get closer to the villager who still, until today, routinely producing Songket & Endek. Donation @100K per trip
Yoga Asanas and Meditation – The art of practicing Yoga helps in controlling an individual mind, body and soul.
It brings together physical and mental disciplines to achieve a peaceful body and mind, it helps to manage stress and anxiety and keep you relaxing. It also helps in increasing flexibility, muscle, strength and body tone. It improves respiration, energy and vitality.
Private Yoga Class is available at Rp. 600.000,- per session (90 minutes) maximum 2 people per class, additional person Rp. 100K per person
Deeper Meditation Session is available on request
A day trip including purification bath at the Famous Holy Spring Bath (Tirta Empul), Lunch, visiting Traditional Village (Penglipuran Village), Kehen Temple. On returning to the villa, get a chance to learn “canang offering” lesson. @Rp. 688.000,- per person (minimum 2 persons) additional person @Rp.388.000,- per person. Prices include entrance fee, offering, lunch, driver, car and gasoline.
Trip to Virgin Beach
Escape to this secret beach strategically located between two cliffs behind Bugbug and Perasi Hill causes the beach to the slightly hidden. There is no high building of the hotels or etc around it, therefore some people call it Virgin Beach. Perfect for a full day out for sun bathing, snorkeling, swimming or just walking along the white sandy beach. Small restaurants (Warung) are available along the beach whereby you can rent sun deck chairs for the whole day and enjoy the food at reasonable prices.
See price below for the car charter
Starting from Kintamani (with its beautiful view of Mount Batur), this breathtaking bicycle tour winds down through 26km of lush valleys, through Balinese Villages, past century-old temples and rich green rice fields.
Expert guides will explain the history of the land, culture, the people and take you on an unforgettable experience that will remain with you long after you leave. @Rp. 1.000K per person (minimum 2 persons)
Breakfast at Kintamani Restaurant, Air-conditioned Transport service, safety-approached cycling equipment (helmet, glove, safety bag, rain coat, and medicine), professional cycling guide, lunch in Ubud. Baby seat available on request
EXOTIC BALINESE MASSAGE:
60 minutes – Rp.148.000,-
90 minutes – Rp. 214.000,-
150 minutes – Full Body Treatment including flower bath, Balinese Massage, body scrub, and body mask. Also includes flower bath if guests stay in the Suite Room.
- Half Day Tour (maximum 6 hours) @Rp. 500K
- Full Day Tour (maximum 10 hours) @Rp. 600K
- Drop off service available to all places in Bali (prices may vary)
Karangasem has a rich variety of older customs found in villages that resisted Javanese influences after the 14th century. The royal family, related to Gelgel, became independent and in the early 1700’s and challenged Klungkung. Internal strife led to exile and the formation of a rival house in Lombok, which eventuallya returned to defeat its own family on Bali and also conquered Buleleng. By recognizing Dutch sovereignty, Karangasem remained intact South Bali was conquered in the early 1900’s. After Mount Agung erupted in 1963, the capital changed names to Amlapura.
The main point of interest for traditional arts in Karangasem is at Tenganan, a Bali Age (indigenous Balinese) village renowned for its double-ikat gringsing cloth and annual festival featuring wooden Ferris wheels and ritual battles fought with whips of thorny leaves.
Luxury Climbing package (Climbing only) : USD 70 per-person (min 2 person), includes :
- personalized English speaking guide,
- breakfast box, drinking water, all donations,
- 01 hour back and foot massage after the climbing
With accommodation : USD 85 nett per-person
(min 2 pax),
- include 1 (one) night accommodation in Superior Villa,
- personalized English speaking guide,
- breakfast box, drinking water, all donations.
On the coast just north of Tenganan is Candi Dasa, a temple after which the seaside resort is named. But the resort is better known for its marine and night life than is temples. In fact, less observant temple goers are likely to pass in by on the way to Besakih, Bali’s most important temple complex, which is located on the slope of the island’s highest peak Mount Agung. Visitors are not allowed to enter the sacred interior of the huge temple, but the view from the outside and the fresh mountain air make this a trip well worth taking. There is also the Silayukti sea temple at Padangbai, the point of departure for the Lombok ferry.
In recent years, snorkelers and divers have headed for the area just past Candi Dasa, North East of Tirta Gangga at Amed, a sleepy fishing village with a series of small beaches nuzzled into rocky covers with several excellent outcrops of colorful coral reef. For divers, the shipwreck offshore Tulamben, near Amed, is known as one of Bali’s best dive sites. Karangasem also welcomes keen mountain climbers to Mount Agung, Bali’s highest peak. The climb takes between 5-8 hours, and must be undertaken with a guide
With its history of rivalry among the various factions of its royal family, its is hardly surprising that Karangasem harbors numerous old palaces. The Puri Agung Kanginan palace features a blend of Balinese, Dutch and Chinese architecture, In Karangasem’s south are the ruins of the Taman Ujung pleasure palace. In the north, the Tirta Gangga water palace, the most intact of all, boasts a series of springfed pools which are welcomingly clear and a treat to bathe in after a long drive.