Explore the east coast of Bali’s central heartland on a tour that takes you to bat caves, holy temples, fishing villages and more. You will see local craftsmen at work, stop at a snakefruit plantation and visit a royal palace.
What to Expect
Your guide will pick you up at approx. 08:30 at your hotel in South Bali and you will drive to the north east to Karangasem regency. First stop is at Kusamba, a local fishing village to see the local people mining salt the traditional way. Next visit Goa Lawah temple, the bat cave that dates back to the 11th century.
Then drive to Tenganan village, one of Bali’s most ancient villages that existed before the arrival of Hinduism. The village is famous for its unique textile with intricate motifs. Lunch is at a local restaurant in Candi Dasa.
After lunch continue to visit Karangasem Royal Palace (Puri Karangasem) which was built by the 1st King of Karangasem by the end of 19th century. And then drive to Taman Ujung Sukasada, which used to be a resting place, as well as a guesthouse for noble families and foreign official guests of the Karangasem Kingdom. Last stop is the old royal bathing palace of Tirtagangga with its water gardens. Drive back to your hotel.
- Professional English speaking guide
- Air-conditioned car
- Mineral water
- Lunch at a local restaurant
- All donations and applicable entrance fees
Know Before You Go
• Please wear comfortable clothes, good walking shoes, hat and mosquito repellent. Bring sun protection and camera