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  • Nausicaa Nausicaa

    10% OFF Hike Up Mount Agung - Bali's Highest Peak

    10% OFF Hike Up Mount Agung - Bali's Highest Peak I have to say this was one of the most intense experiences I have ever had. My passion is hiking but for anyone even remotely afraid of heights, this is horrific. Having said that, I was blessed with an awesome guide Gede Pastasia who even held my hand at one point at the top to help. Very encouraging and experienced. Thank you Gede and Voyagin for that crazy experience

  • Caleb Caleb

    10% OFF Hike Up Mount Agung - Bali's Highest Peak

    10% OFF Hike Up Mount Agung - Bali's Highest Peak Our guides were knowledgeable and well-equipped. The climb itself was physically arduous and we barely made it in time for the summit, but the view was truly a wonder to behold. In hindsight however, a guide is not really necessary given that the trail to the summit is very much laid out - but we took it that we were paying for the car ride there and the settling of the toll fees and whatnot. However, given that the guides that could be hired there on-the-spot offered my cheaper rates and that the guides we were provided are paid no more than ~$5 dollars a day, we think that this package needs to be more fairly priced; we paid $100 per person.

  • Daniel Daniel

    10% OFF Hike Up Mount Agung - Bali's Highest Peak

    10% OFF Hike Up Mount Agung - Bali's Highest Peak It seemed like the climb upwards was endless but mind over body, one foot after another, we were at the top. Looking back, it was one of the most memorable journeys I've ever made. Having never scaled a mountain before, I was determined to make my first climb a rather challenging one and Mt.Agung did not disappoint.

    Climbing together with one other friend, who like me, is an inexperienced hiker, we were picked up punctually at 10pm from Ubud to make our way to our starting point at Bersakih. Started off braving the humid jungle in the dark and as I climbed higher, the temperature dropped steadily.

    By the time I reached the summit, it was close to freezing cold (9 Degrees Celsius). The harsh winds didn't help either and I was shivering uncontrollably; don't let the picture fool you.

    However, it was the descend that was more challenging. After the many hours climbing up, my legs felt like giving way. The heaviest strains were on the quads and calves... As a result, I suffered many bruises on my butt from the countless slips on the way down. Body's still aching even 24hrs after the climb.

    Overall, it was a hell of an experience. The view was breathtaking and I'm sure to remember this journey for the rest of my life. Actually, I'm looking forward to my next climb! Which mountain shall it be this time...

  • Brianna Brianna

    10% OFF Mt. Batur Volcano Sunrise Trek / Private Path Hike

    10% OFF Mt. Batur Volcano Sunrise Trek / Private Path Hike I booked this trek a little worried that it would be above my fitness level, I'm of average fitness (go to gym several times a week but mostly strength training and little cardio/endurance). Whilst the climb was certainly taxing, it is very doable and you can stop as often as you need. We stopped about 4 or 5times on the way up to the summit, and I took a few short breaks on the final ascent to the peak which is the hardest part.
    We were picked up from Seminyak around 1.30am and it is a VERY long trip to/from so be prepared for about 2.5hrs of travel each way.
    We booked this on an impulse so didn't have any equipment other than active wear and sports shoes, but our guide was able to find us a backpack which was really helpful.
    We were so lucky as we had a brilliant group of girls ranging from 22 - 30 y/o and we spent a lot of the trek chatting and laughing. Our guide Ketut was also very patient and well-humoured (he took a lot of crap from us haha) and once we hit the top, he had some excellent photography skills that he put to good use!
    There were quite a few groups on our path so it's not really that private, not sure how busy the other path is.
    Brekky at the top is basic - 2 boiled eggs, some oily toast (apparently banana toast but didn't taste like that to me) and some fruit. You can also purchase a coffee or hot chocolate for about 30000 and they come in a big cup, we were very appreciative!
    The descent was actually much easier than anticipated - it took us just under 2hours to get up there about probably about 1hr or so to get down.
    Sunrise and the views are STUNNING and well worth the trek. My friend and I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND the experience :-)

  • Judy Judy

    10% OFF Mt. Batur Volcano Sunrise Trek / Private Path Hike

    10% OFF Mt. Batur Volcano Sunrise Trek / Private Path Hike This is definitely a trek for the reasonably fit. There are 3 paths up Mount Batur: easy, medium & hard. Most tours go through the easy one, which is a longer route. This is medium.

    The first 30 mins you're going on an incline through crunchy forest floor, then 30mins of rocky incline, and the last 30 mins is pretty intense. Very rocky steps and in the dark you're going to have to be careful of where you put your feet to get a good grip and avoid gaps in the footpath. Once you're going down I found the middle bit to be the trickiest as it's VERY slippery. Lots of loose rocks. There are 2 summit points, the last 30 mins is the steepest and most slippery as you'll be climbing a very sharp incline of volcanic soil + loose rocks.

    The guides walked very fast. This split the group in half with those gunning for the top and those who were slower. For those who don't want to feel the pressure racing up and down, consider going on a private tour. But if not, don't worry as there are 2 guides on the trip who'll take care of both groups.

    We were in Ubud so the pick up time was a reasonable (!) 2.30am, it'll be earlier the further you are. It was a smooth hour's drive from Ubud to the starting point where you get a bit of coffee while waiting for everyone to arrive, and from there we started walking directly to the mountain about 5 mins away at around 4am. Yes it DOES get very chilly up there especially if it's very windy, but bring something you can easily tie around your waist during the climb as the workout will keep you warm. My partner borrowed a jacket from the guides as he forgot his. The whole hike is about 1.5 - 2 hours up and 1.5 hours down, and you spend about an hour at the top. The guides brought breakfast which is great, but we gave most of it to the monkeys you'll see at the summit.

    I was particularly worried about the weather since I saw lightning in the distance and Google mentioned thunderstorms in certain parts of Ubud in the morning, but our guides assured us that the weather was going to be fine and it was.

    There are much cheaper options you can get elsewhere, but for the professionalism (very well organised with pick up, contact number, amenities, clear itinerary and prices) and wonderful guides (our guide G brought us up and Made showed us the hot springs, chatted with us about a cave and a little bit of history of the area) we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and couldn't recommend this enough!

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