Tour the Pod Chocolate Factory and Learn to Make Chocolate

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Love Chocolate? Visit our factory to learn how we make our uniquely Balinese chocolate, go on a sensory tasting adventure of everything from raw cacao to our Pod chocolates, and take part in a hands-on experience to make your own chocolate elephants!

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  • Tour of our chocolate factory - witness the process behind the creation of our famous Balinese Pod chocolate
  • Enjoy tastings of everything from raw cacao to cocoa beans and our finely processed Pod chocolates
  • Make your own tray of 14 chocolate elephants as a souvenir to take home!
  • Optional extras: Lunch in our café and amazing homemade ice cream (a must-try)

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Pickup at your hotel.

Important Information

The price excludes lunch, which can be enjoyed at an additional cost if you would like to enjoy seeing the elephants walking by!

What you need to bring

Comfortable clothes and shoes
Your camera

Meet your host :
True Bali Experience Inc.
  • Bahasa Indonesia (Fluent)
  • English (Fluent)

A True Bali Experience is Bali’s leading Balinese Owned Adventure Company. An exciting and dynamic family business, True Bali Experience was established in 1995 to provide locally owned and operated soft adventures with the highest international standards of safety, training and conservation.

In 2004, working with the Government in aid of elephant conservation, Bali Elephant Camp was established to help care for and promote the plight of Sumatran elephants who along with their ‘mahouts’ (careers) have become ambassadors for their brothers and sisters in Sumatra. Come and ride one today – our friends in conservation say we have some of the healthiest, happiest elephants they’ve ever seen!
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Reviews (2)

  • Satya Satya

    A little short..but a fun experience

    We were expecting to see more inside the chocolate factory, as opposed to being just shown a few machines outside the shop. Our experience was over within 1h (as opposed to 2 hours). We drove there ourselves on our bikes, which was fun since the route went through a nice forested path and the weather was perfect.

    We were allowed to try lots of chocolate, which was nice. They have some very unique flavours like ginger & lemongrass -- perfect for buying as souvenirs. Considering how short the experience is, the price is quite high. The chocolate making was fun and would be awesome for little kids. The restaurant is quite average - but has a nice view of baby elephants and bears.

  • Thafer Thafer


    Good tour but the location was too far from my stay