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Whether you're a fan of National Geographic or a geology enthusiast who loves getting to know the local terrain, you will enjoy this stunning journey we go on to explore the most amazing volcanos in both Bali and Java. -Day 1: Arrival in Denpasar airport – transfer to your hotel You’ve finally arrived at the airport in Denpasar. A member of my team will wait for you and transfer you to your hotel. During the drive we’ll give you essential information to start your trip on a high note. Night in Sanur -Day 2 / SANUR : Free day Without guide – without driver Enjoy this day to take your first steps in Bali and prepare yourself for your journey. The hotel and its surroundings are suitable for contemplation - take your time to stroll around and enjoy your first encounters with the Balinese. It’s also time to, if necessary, change your money and get your first taste of local cuisine. Night in Sanur -Day 3/ SANUR – JAVA : Tanah Lot, Shipyard of Perancak With guide – with driver This is a the day we cross over from Bali to Java… We take you to the town of Kediri to visit one of the most famous temples of Bali - Pura Tanah Lot. This temple was built in the XVI century and remains one of the most important temples in Bali. Dedicated to the spirits of the ocean, it is specially built on rock, accessible only at low tide.The legend tells that the sea snakes, numerous at rocky coasts, protect the temple against demons. Our second stop will be in the village of Perancak, a few kilometers from Negara, to visit a workshop of traditional boats. In the XVIIth century, these boats were used by the Bugis, a population of Sulawesi that pirated the Dutchmen. We continue our journey to Gilimanuk to take the ferry to Java. Night in Ketapang -Day 4 / JAVA : Ascent of the Kawah Ijen With guide – with driver We leave the hotel in the early morning (around 4am) to climb the 2386m of Kawa Ijen. This is a climb without significant difficulties that offers a view you’ll never forget! The crater of this volcano almost like a mouth of hell. Don’t be tricked by the crystal clear water of the lake, because this is the most acidic lake in the world. The sulfur vapors that escape and fill the crater continuously make the air smell. Here the sulfur porters work day in and day out. They descend into the abyss and return with blocks of a hundred kilos on their back. A titanic task for several thousand rupiahs - the blocks deform their back, the vapors burn their lungs, eyes and skin. All this in unsafe conditions. Nevertheless, you’ll see a permanent smile on the face of these workers… un unforgettable encounter! In the afternoon we travel to Bromo, a region rich in temples, volcanic lakes, national parks and beautiful landscapes of cropland rising 1700m above sea level. Night in Bromo -Day 5 / JAVA : Ascend Mount Bromo With guide – with driver A more fun hike awaits us today with the ascent of Mount Bromo (2 329 m). Waking up at 3am in the morning, we climb into the 4x4 at 3.30am to arrive at the top of the Penjakan volcano at 4.30am to see the sunrise over the Bromo volcano (note that it can be very cold). At approximately 6am, we get back in the 4x4 and travel to the foot of Bromo. Here we find ourselves inside the crater and then start climbing to the caldera of the volcano (2 700 m) on the back of a pony/horse. The landscape is fantastic, where you almost feel like your'e walking on the moon. The thick white smoke, smelling of sulfur, escapes the crater. Afterwards we have some hours on the road to go back to Bali. We pass the night in Munduk, a village known for its clove plantations. Night in Munduk -Day 6 / MUNDUK : Pura Ulun Danu – the rice fields of Jatiluwih With guide - With driver We start the day by discovering the temple Ulun Danu. This lakeside temple is dedicated to Danu, goddess of the lake, sovereign of the waters of Bali, who allied herself with the god of Mount Agung to make the island fertile. They say the goddess Danu is a manifestation of the god Wisnu, protector of the universe. If the temple is so majestic, it is undoubtedly because it directly advances the waters of Lake Beratan and is surrounded by a gorgeous flower garden with in the heart a giant banyan tree (sacred tree, part of the ficus family). In this temple you experience also the magic of Bali, where religions intersect in peace. Just meters away from the temple you can admire a curious stone stupa adorned with statues of Buddha. After a visit to a local market, we head to the rice fields of Jatiluwih. These rice fields are famous for their impressive rice terraces - they are on the UNESCO list of world heritage sites, not only for their beauty, but also for all the religious and cultural rituals practiced by the farmers. We end the day in Ubud, the cultural capital of Bali. Night in Ubud -Day 7/ UBUD: Free Day between SPA, shopping or museum Without guide – Without driver The fate of Ubud as a meeting point between east and west was, perhaps, sealed by a Javanese priest, Rsi Markendya. According to the legend, this holy man come to Campuhan, just next to Ubud, to meditate. Over the centuries the beauty and fertility of the emerald hills attracted princes and artists in Ubud. In the 1930s, the prince, Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati opened his palace to artists like Walter Spies and Rudolph Bonnet. Other artists from around the world came to marry their visions and techniques to the traditional Balinese arts and thus Ubud became famous as the center of creation. This is your day off to discover the cultural capital of Bali. You can visit the countless museums or art galleries, renowned spas or art markets. This day allows you to take in the unique atmosphere of this city. Night in Ubud -Day 8 / Ubud: visit the city, Kerta Gosa and Goa Lawah With guide – with driver We start with a visit of Ubud, known worldwide for its countless museums, art galleries and artists bars. Our first stop is the art market, through which Julia Roberts strolls in the film ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. We continue on our artistic journey with a visit to Kerta Gosa, the palace of Justice in Klungkung with its painted ceilings. We end this day with a stop at a temple as important to the Balinese as a surprise to its visitors, Pura Goa Lawah… Finally we make our way to Sidemen, a small agricultural village surrounded with rice fields at the foot of the mighty Mount Agung. Night in Sidemen -Day 9 /Sidemen : Ascend Mont Agung With guide – with driver Waking up really early in the morning (1am), we leave for the most physical tour of your trip - the ascent of Mount Agung. At a height of 3 142m, Mount Agung is in Bali what the Olympus is for Greece, the domain of the Gods. Here waits Krishna, Visnu and Shiva for the Balinese who complete their circle of reincarnation. It is the most holy place of the island. Following the legend, the mountain is actually the eye of the golden fish the gods fished in order to make Bali. On the flanks of the volcano you can find the Pura Besakih, the mother temple of Bali at around 1000m - no Balinese can be born or die above this temple… After 7 hours of travelling, a magnificent view awaits you. You witness the arrival of the sun... darkness moves away gradually and the entire island will be revealed, together with the peaks of Java and the coasts of Lombok… After taking in this glorious view, we go to the small fishermen village of Amed where a well deserved day of rest awaits! Night in Amed -Day 10 / AMED: Free day, Introduction dive (optional) Without guide – without driver – with dive guide (optional) Enjoy this day at your own pace, and walk the black sand beaches of Amed. You can snorkel, test out a Balinese massage or even go fishing with the locals. For those who want to discover the Balinese underwater world, we propose an introductory dive in Tulamben. A few dozen meters from the shore of Tulamben lies the wreck of the “USAT Liberty”, an American cargo of 140meters long that was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the strait between Bali and Lombok. The presence of the wreck at a shallow depth and the abundance of many species of corals, anemones and reef fish, makes this an exceptional dive site. Night in Amed -Day 11 / Amed – Senaru : transfer to Lombok With guide – with driver A new day of transfer awaits us today. We head to Padang Bai to take the ferry to Lombok. Here, we’ll come to meet the inhabitants of this island, the Sasaks. The Lombok Strait marks the passage of the biographical division between the fauna of Australasia and the ecoregions of Indomalesia. This line is called the Wallace line, named after Alfred Russel Wallace, the first to notice the difference between these two zones. Even if Lombok is Bali's neighbor, this island is very different. The Buddhist temples made way for colorful mosques and the family scooter is more present than the coaches. On this still quiet unknown island (for tourists), the inhabitants are less used to visitors, but a smile from you quickly finds a similar response on the faces of the Sasaks… Night in Senaru -Day 12-15 / Ascent of Rinjani With guide – without driver We are off to four days of trekking through the unspoiled nature of Lombok to meet Mount Rinjani or Gunung Rinjani, a still-active volcano on the island of Lombok. At the summit of 3726m, it ranks as the second highest summit of Indonesia, after Kerinci on the island Sumatra. The last eruption of the Rinjani was in 1994. The volcano is home to a caldera, partially occupied by the lake Segara, semi lunar shaped, from which a recent crater emerges, Baru crater. The volcano and lake are part of a national park established in 1997. This ascent requires some level of fitness, but allows you to discover otherworldly landscapes. We take the time to really savour every moment of this trek to the second highest peak of Indonesia. This volcano holds a central place in the Sasak culture. Every full moon, the heads of the villages at the foot of the volcano climb the 3726m to place offerings at the top and secure the goodwill of the volcano. Overnight camping -Day 16 / Return to Bali : Sanur With guide – with driver As we head back to Bali, you are free in the afternoon to recover from the trekking with a massage or relaxing at the beach. Night in Sanur -Day 17 / ULUWATU : visit of the south With guide – With driver Get ready for a day in the south of Bali. We start the morning on the island of Serangan, also known as ‘Turtle Island’. Together we discover the turtle conservation program that has been possible only through the will and involvement of the Balinese. For lunch, we head to Jimbaran beach where we discover the local grilled fish. Next we discover the Bukit peninsula and its small white sand beaches. Thereafter, we travel to Uluwatu, known for its monkeys and also for its exceptional location. High on top of the cliff, the view is great for the sunset while seeing the Kecak dance. Kecak is a traditional Balinese dance, derived from a Sanghyang (trance dance) previously executed when there was an outbreak. Performed without musicians, the Kecak is punctuated by the cries of men and the story of the storyteller. The show tells a story of the Ramayana, one of the basic writings of Hinduism. Night in Sanur -Day 18 /: BALI….HOME : Transfer and leaving for home Transfer to the airport Sleep in and choose what you want to do before we transfer you to the International Airport of Bali with a heart full of wonderful memories, two hours before takeoff.

Whether you're a fan of National Geographic or a geology enthusiast who loves getting to know the local terrain, you will enjoy this stunning journey we go on to explore the most amazing volcanos in both Bali and Java. -Day 1: Arrival in Denpasar airport – transfer to your hotel You’ve finally arrived at the airport in Denpasar. A member of my team will wait for you and transfer you to your hotel. During the drive we’ll give you essential information to start your trip on a high note. Night in Sanur -Day 2 / SANUR : Free day Without guide – without driver Enjoy this day to take your first steps in Bali and prepare yourself for your journey. The hotel and its surroundings are suitable for contemplation - take your time to stroll around and enjoy your first encounters with the Balinese. It’s also time to, if necessary, change your money and get your first taste of local cuisine. Night in Sanur -Day 3/ SANUR – JAVA : Tanah Lot, Shipyard of Perancak With guide – with driver This is a the day we cross over from Bali to Java… We take you to the town of Kediri to visit one of the most famous temples of Bali - Pura Tanah Lot. This temple was built in the XVI century and remains one of the most important temples in Bali. Dedicated to the spirits of the ocean, it is specially built on rock, accessible only at low tide.The legend tells that the sea snakes, numerous at rocky coasts, protect the temple against demons. Our second stop will be in the village of Perancak, a few kilometers from Negara, to visit a workshop of traditional boats. In the XVIIth century, these boats were used by the Bugis, a population of Sulawesi that pirated the Dutchmen. We continue our journey to Gilimanuk to take the ferry to Java. Night in Ketapang -Day 4 / JAVA : Ascent of the Kawah Ijen With guide – with driver We leave the hotel in the early morning (around 4am) to climb the 2386m of Kawa Ijen. This is a climb without significant difficulties that offers a view you’ll never forget! The crater of this volcano almost like a mouth of hell. Don’t be tricked by the crystal clear water of the lake, because this is the most acidic lake in the world. The sulfur vapors that escape and fill the crater continuously make the air smell. Here the sulfur porters work day in and day out. They descend into the abyss and return with blocks of a hundred kilos on their back. A titanic task for several thousand rupiahs - the blocks deform their back, the vapors burn their lungs, eyes and skin. All this in unsafe conditions. Nevertheless, you’ll see a permanent smile on the face of these workers… un unforgettable encounter! In the afternoon we travel to Bromo, a region rich in temples, volcanic lakes, national parks and beautiful landscapes of cropland rising 1700m above sea level. Night in Bromo -Day 5 / JAVA : Ascend Mount Bromo With guide – with driver A more fun hike awaits us today with the ascent of Mount Bromo (2 329 m). Waking up at 3am in the morning, we climb into the 4x4 at 3.30am to arrive at the top of the Penjakan volcano at 4.30am to see the sunrise over the Bromo volcano (note that it can be very cold). At approximately 6am, we get back in the 4x4 and travel to the foot of Bromo. Here we find ourselves inside the crater and then start climbing to the caldera of the volcano (2 700 m) on the back of a pony/horse. The landscape is fantastic, where you almost feel like your'e walking on the moon. The thick white smoke, smelling of sulfur, escapes the crater. Afterwards we have some hours on the road to go back to Bali. We pass the night in Munduk, a village known for its clove plantations. Night in Munduk -Day 6 / MUNDUK : Pura Ulun Danu – the rice fields of Jatiluwih With guide - With driver We start the day by discovering the temple Ulun Danu. This lakeside temple is dedicated to Danu, goddess of the lake, sovereign of the waters of Bali, who allied herself with the god of Mount Agung to make the island fertile. They say the goddess Danu is a manifestation of the god Wisnu, protector of the universe. If the temple is so majestic, it is undoubtedly because it directly advances the waters of Lake Beratan and is surrounded by a gorgeous flower garden with in the heart a giant banyan tree (sacred tree, part of the ficus family). In this temple you experience also the magic of Bali, where religions intersect in peace. Just meters away from the temple you can admire a curious stone stupa adorned with statues of Buddha. After a visit to a local market, we head to the rice fields of Jatiluwih. These rice fields are famous for their impressive rice terraces - they are on the UNESCO list of world heritage sites, not only for their beauty, but also for all the religious and cultural rituals practiced by the farmers. We end the day in Ubud, the cultural capital of Bali. Night in Ubud -Day 7/ UBUD: Free Day between SPA, shopping or museum Without guide – Without driver The fate of Ubud as a meeting point between east and west was, perhaps, sealed by a Javanese priest, Rsi Markendya. According to the legend, this holy man come to Campuhan, just next to Ubud, to meditate. Over the centuries the beauty and fertility of the emerald hills attracted princes and artists in Ubud. In the 1930s, the prince, Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati opened his palace to artists like Walter Spies and Rudolph Bonnet. Other artists from around the world came to marry their visions and techniques to the traditional Balinese arts and thus Ubud became famous as the center of creation. This is your day off to discover the cultural capital of Bali. You can visit the countless museums or art galleries, renowned spas or art markets. This day allows you to take in the unique atmosphere of this city. Night in Ubud -Day 8 / Ubud: visit the city, Kerta Gosa and Goa Lawah With guide – with driver We start with a visit of Ubud, known worldwide for its countless museums, art galleries and artists bars. Our first stop is the art market, through which Julia Roberts strolls in the film ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. We continue on our artistic journey with a visit to Kerta Gosa, the palace of Justice in Klungkung with its painted ceilings. We end this day with a stop at a temple as important to the Balinese as a surprise to its visitors, Pura Goa Lawah… Finally we make our way to Sidemen, a small agricultural village surrounded with rice fields at the foot of the mighty Mount Agung. Night in Sidemen -Day 9 /Sidemen : Ascend Mont Agung With guide – with driver Waking up really early in the morning (1am), we leave for the most physical tour of your trip - the ascent of Mount Agung. At a height of 3 142m, Mount Agung is in Bali what the Olympus is for Greece, the domain of the Gods. Here waits Krishna, Visnu and Shiva for the Balinese who complete their circle of reincarnation. It is the most holy place of the island. Following the legend, the mountain is actually the eye of the golden fish the gods fished in order to make Bali. On the flanks of the volcano you can find the Pura Besakih, the mother temple of Bali at around 1000m - no Balinese can be born or die above this temple… After 7 hours of travelling, a magnificent view awaits you. You witness the arrival of the sun... darkness moves away gradually and the entire island will be revealed, together with the peaks of Java and the coasts of Lombok… After taking in this glorious view, we go to the small fishermen village of Amed where a well deserved day of rest awaits! Night in Amed -Day 10 / AMED: Free day, Introduction dive (optional) Without guide – without driver – with dive guide (optional) Enjoy this day at your own pace, and walk the black sand beaches of Amed. You can snorkel, test out a Balinese massage or even go fishing with the locals. For those who want to discover the Balinese underwater world, we propose an introductory dive in Tulamben. A few dozen meters from the shore of Tulamben lies the wreck of the “USAT Liberty”, an American cargo of 140meters long that was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in the strait between Bali and Lombok. The presence of the wreck at a shallow depth and the abundance of many species of corals, anemones and reef fish, makes this an exceptional dive site. Night in Amed -Day 11 / Amed – Senaru : transfer to Lombok With guide – with driver A new day of transfer awaits us today. We head to Padang Bai to take the ferry to Lombok. Here, we’ll come to meet the inhabitants of this island, the Sasaks. The Lombok Strait marks the passage of the biographical division between the fauna of Australasia and the ecoregions of Indomalesia. This line is called the Wallace line, named after Alfred Russel Wallace, the first to notice the difference between these two zones. Even if Lombok is Bali's neighbor, this island is very different. The Buddhist temples made way for colorful mosques and the family scooter is more present than the coaches. On this still quiet unknown island (for tourists), the inhabitants are less used to visitors, but a smile from you quickly finds a similar response on the faces of the Sasaks… Night in Senaru -Day 12-15 / Ascent of Rinjani With guide – without driver We are off to four days of trekking through the unspoiled nature of Lombok to meet Mount Rinjani or Gunung Rinjani, a still-active volcano on the island of Lombok. At the summit of 3726m, it ranks as the second highest summit of Indonesia, after Kerinci on the island Sumatra. The last eruption of the Rinjani was in 1994. The volcano is home to a caldera, partially occupied by the lake Segara, semi lunar shaped, from which a recent crater emerges, Baru crater. The volcano and lake are part of a national park established in 1997. This ascent requires some level of fitness, but allows you to discover otherworldly landscapes. We take the time to really savour every moment of this trek to the second highest peak of Indonesia. This volcano holds a central place in the Sasak culture. Every full moon, the heads of the villages at the foot of the volcano climb the 3726m to place offerings at the top and secure the goodwill of the volcano. Overnight camping -Day 16 / Return to Bali : Sanur With guide – with driver As we head back to Bali, you are free in the afternoon to recover from the trekking with a massage or relaxing at the beach. Night in Sanur -Day 17 / ULUWATU : visit of the south With guide – With driver Get ready for a day in the south of Bali. We start the morning on the island of Serangan, also known as ‘Turtle Island’. Together we discover the turtle conservation program that has been possible only through the will and involvement of the Balinese. For lunch, we head to Jimbaran beach where we discover the local grilled fish. Next we discover the Bukit peninsula and its small white sand beaches. Thereafter, we travel to Uluwatu, known for its monkeys and also for its exceptional location. High on top of the cliff, the view is great for the sunset while seeing the Kecak dance. Kecak is a traditional Balinese dance, derived from a Sanghyang (trance dance) previously executed when there was an outbreak. Performed without musicians, the Kecak is punctuated by the cries of men and the story of the storyteller. The show tells a story of the Ramayana, one of the basic writings of Hinduism. Night in Sanur -Day 18 /: BALI….HOME : Transfer and leaving for home Transfer to the airport Sleep in and choose what you want to do before we transfer you to the International Airport of Bali with a heart full of wonderful memories, two hours before takeoff.

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