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If you want to truly explore the Island of the Gods, this 15 day guided tour will be a wonderful way to create memories for a lifetime. -Day 1: Arrival in Denpasar airport – transfer to your hotel You’ve finally arrived in the airport from Bali in Denpasar. A member of our team will wait for you and transfer you to your hotel. During this drive we’ll give you essential information to start your trip in the best conditions. Night in Sanur -Day 2: SANUR : free day (No guide or driver) Enjoy this day to take your first steps in Bali and to prepare yourself for your journey. The hotel and his 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 money and enjoy your first taste of local food. Night in Sanur -Day 3 / DENPASAR – SERANGAN : Pasar Badung, Turtle conservation program Serangan With guide – With driver Our program starts with a visit to the largest market of Bali, Pasar Badung in Denpasar. A unique atmosphere full of unknown fruits and exhilarating odors. This is a real jump into daily Balinese life. Next, we proceed to the island of Serangan, better known as the "turtle island", where we pay a visit to a turtle conservation program. Turtles are endangered by pollution and predators who hunt for its eggs. In Bali they play a very important role in the religion. Next we go to a small hidden beach in Serangan known only by the surfers. Accompanied by a delicious Nasi Goreng, your guide will give you a small quiz about Bali, which will learn you what to do and what not to, together with a short introductory course in the Indonesian language. Night in Sanur -Day 4 / SANUR - MUNDUK : Bali Bird and Reptil Park, the rice fields of Jatiluwih With guide – with driver We leave in the morning for Munduk, a place for nature lovers, a little paradise on earth. While taking in the small mountain roads in the vicinity, hikers will discover a mosaic of rice fields, forests, orchards and waterfalls. This region, rich in temples, small villages and remains of the Dutch colonization, will delight nature lovers. Cacao, vanilla, coffee and clove trees cover the mountainsides, which is full of intoxicating smells and wild landscapes.. We make our first stop at the Bali Bird and Reptile park - a unique experience that allows you to approach paradise birds, giant cranes, parrots,.. or take a picture with an iguana or Komodo dragon. In the afternoon we trek through the rice fields of Jatiluwih. With rice fields as far as the eye can see, UNESCO intends to include Jatiluwih in the World heritage list and this magical place has served as the setting for some scenes in films such as “Eat Pray Love” with Julia Roberts. Your guide will teach you the secrets of rice - the plant that occupies a central place in the Balinese kitchen, but also in local religion. Night in Munduk -Day 5 / MUNDUK : Lake Tamblingan, Pura Ulun Danu, cooking course The trek will be adapted to the age of your children. With guide – with driver After breakfast, we go to Lake Tamblingan for a walk in the tropical forest. Here the trees are covered in moss and can reach a height several tens of meters.. a landscape worthy of any adventurer. We’ll have lunch in a local restaurant in the Bedugul region before 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. Then it will be time to return to the hotel to attend a course in traditional cooking. Entrees, main dishes and desserts - you make your own Balinese meal! Night in Munduk -Day 6 / MUNDUK : Botanical garden, tropical fruit tasting, hotsprings of Banjar With guide – with driver We start the day with a visit to the botanical gardens of Bedugul. Take a walk through greenhouses of cacti and orchids. These flowers, loved by Europeans, are regarded as bad seeds here and people don’t hesitate to pull them out of their gardens. You will also discover the medicinal plants still used by the Balinese today. This paradise is also an opportunity for the more adventurous to do a course in tree-climbing among the ancient trees and giant ferns. (Optional) After lunch, a tropical fruit tasting will be held at the local market. We continue the road towards Banjar, where we visit the natural hotsprings. By then it will be time to reach the coastal village of Lovina where you will spend the night. Night in Lovina -Day 7 / LOVINA: Meeting the dolphins, Gamelan lesson and hike to the waterfall of Yeh Mempeh With guide – with driver Very early in the morning (around 5am) you take your spot in a small local boat headed for the big blue as you get ready to meet with wild dolphins. These majestic creatures come in big groups every morning (or almost) to feed and it is a meeting that will amaze both young and old. We will then take the road towards the small fishing village Amed on the east coast of the island - a village known throughout Bali for its beautiful seabed. On the way, we stop closeby to Singaraja to visit a gamelan workshop. This typical Indonesian instrument accompanies most ceremonies and traditional dances in Bali. A set of percussions produces what seems like an unusual kind of cacophony at the beginning, but you soon realize the catchy rhythm it produces that will transport you away... This percussion is taught to Balinese boys from an early age, with no music theory or partition, and everything all done by ear… Before arriving in Amed, we make a little detour to walk to the little known waterfalls of Yeh Mempeh, where one of the most refreshing swims awaits us. Night in Amed -Day 8 / 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 9 / AMED - UBUD : Pura Lempuyang, Tirtagangga, Goa Lawah With guide – with driver We leave to discover the temple of Lempuyang. A huge symbolic gate (candi bentar) in white stone opens at one side a view looking down on the volcano Agung and on the other side it opens onto a large courtyard from which 3 colossal stairs leave. To go to the second temple complex, Pura Luhur Lempuyang (luhur means “high”), the most sacred of the two because the highest, you have to go up 1700 steps... Every morning and evening the faithful climb the steps to bring offerings in what is one of the directional temples, dedicated to the protection of eastern Bali. Next we go to Tirtagangga, what means “ holy water of the Ganges” in Balinese. This architectural complex, built in 1948 by the Raja of Karangasem, curiously combines the Balinese and Chinese styles. The water garden, which occupies an area of almost 3 acres, consists of three zones. The first, situated on the lowest level, consists two ponds and a water tower. The second level offers swimming pools and on the upper level you have the royal residences that dominate the whole. You can bathe in these sacred waters. On the way to Ubud we make a last stop in Goa Lawah, which is also part of the nine “Kayangan Jagat” or directional temples that protect Bali from evil spirits. It is an important place for the Balinese and home to a thousand bats. Night in Ubud -Day 10 / UBUD : Meeting Balinese craftsmen, painting course and walk through the rice fields With guide – with driver The fate of Ubud as a meeting point between the orient and the occident (east and west) was, perhaps, sealed by a Javanese priest, Rsi Markendya. According to the legend, the holy man settled him in Campuhan, right next to Ubud, to meditate. Over the century the emerald beauty and the fertile hills attracted princes and artists to Ubud. In the 1930’s the prince Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati opened his palace for artists like Walter Spies or Rudolph Bonnet. Other artists from around the world came to combine their visions and techniques with the artistic Balinese traditions and Ubud became a famous center of creation. So today we offer a day placed under the sign of “arts” with a visit to Mas and Celuk, two villages known for their expertise. Mas is home to the wood carvers and Celuk is home to goldsmiths. It will then be time to introduce you to traditional Balinese painting so you can paint yourself a masterpiece! To end the day, we’ll stretch our legs by walking the rice fields of Tegal Lalang which are nothing less than the most beautiful rice terraces in Bali.. Night in Ubud -Day 11 / UBUD : Free day or rafting (optional) For those who still have some spare energy, it is possible to go rafting (optional). Prepare yourself to face the rapids on this refreshing family day. This descent will take you through the jungle, replete with wild flora..Rafting isn't a problem for children - some periods of the year it's more like an easy walk than an active sport. We leave it optional to give you the freedom to choose... without guide – without driver A rest day with the family in Ubud. Feel free to discover the cultural capital of Bali, visit its countless museums or art galleries. WE will be at your disposal, ready to take you where you want unless you prefer to spend a relaxing day in one of the many massage parlors in the city. Night in Ubud -Day 12 / UBUD : Elephant Ride Without guide – with driver Perched at 2m high, on the back of an elephant weighing several tons, you will enjoy a leisurely walk in the jungle. This is an opportunity to learn how to take care of an elephant ( useful information) but also to learn how to preserve this endangered animal. Night in Ubud -Day 13 / UBUD : The kites of Batuan – Dance school of Gianyar With guide – with driver Leaving Ubud round 9am in the morning, we head towards Batuan to visit a kite workshop, a central object in Balinese culture. You will learn the secrets of “how to make a kite” and you will make your own kite. The kites in Bali are much more than a childish pleasure, it’s supposed to be the favorite sport of the Gods. Every year there is a competition between all the villages, they construct kites of several meters. We continue the day with visiting the dance school of Gianyar. Every day, I Couter Ketut welcomes the children of the village to teach them Balinese traditional arts. Dance for the girls, gamelan for the boys. You can see the importance of every detail in the traditional dances where everything is codified, position of the fingers, the expressions… Night in Sanur - Day 14 / ULUWATU : Surf in Kuta, Jimbaran, Pura Uluwatu With guide – with driver We leave in the morning for an initiation in surf in Kuta. Here, where there is no coral reefs and little current, it is the ideal place to catch the waves in safety. Next stop is the beach of Jimbaran to try grilled fish at the seaside. Afterwards we discover some dream beaches on the Bukit island. Padang Padang, Balangan, Blimbing... We end the day in 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 15 /: 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. -Extensions of five days on the islands of Sulawesi and Flores are also possible (please contact us)

If you want to truly explore the Island of the Gods, this 15 day guided tour will be a wonderful way to create memories for a lifetime. -Day 1: Arrival in Denpasar airport – transfer to your hotel You’ve finally arrived in the airport from Bali in Denpasar. A member of our team will wait for you and transfer you to your hotel. During this drive we’ll give you essential information to start your trip in the best conditions. Night in Sanur -Day 2: SANUR : free day (No guide or driver) Enjoy this day to take your first steps in Bali and to prepare yourself for your journey. The hotel and his 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 money and enjoy your first taste of local food. Night in Sanur -Day 3 / DENPASAR – SERANGAN : Pasar Badung, Turtle conservation program Serangan With guide – With driver Our program starts with a visit to the largest market of Bali, Pasar Badung in Denpasar. A unique atmosphere full of unknown fruits and exhilarating odors. This is a real jump into daily Balinese life. Next, we proceed to the island of Serangan, better known as the "turtle island", where we pay a visit to a turtle conservation program. Turtles are endangered by pollution and predators who hunt for its eggs. In Bali they play a very important role in the religion. Next we go to a small hidden beach in Serangan known only by the surfers. Accompanied by a delicious Nasi Goreng, your guide will give you a small quiz about Bali, which will learn you what to do and what not to, together with a short introductory course in the Indonesian language. Night in Sanur -Day 4 / SANUR - MUNDUK : Bali Bird and Reptil Park, the rice fields of Jatiluwih With guide – with driver We leave in the morning for Munduk, a place for nature lovers, a little paradise on earth. While taking in the small mountain roads in the vicinity, hikers will discover a mosaic of rice fields, forests, orchards and waterfalls. This region, rich in temples, small villages and remains of the Dutch colonization, will delight nature lovers. Cacao, vanilla, coffee and clove trees cover the mountainsides, which is full of intoxicating smells and wild landscapes.. We make our first stop at the Bali Bird and Reptile park - a unique experience that allows you to approach paradise birds, giant cranes, parrots,.. or take a picture with an iguana or Komodo dragon. In the afternoon we trek through the rice fields of Jatiluwih. With rice fields as far as the eye can see, UNESCO intends to include Jatiluwih in the World heritage list and this magical place has served as the setting for some scenes in films such as “Eat Pray Love” with Julia Roberts. Your guide will teach you the secrets of rice - the plant that occupies a central place in the Balinese kitchen, but also in local religion. Night in Munduk -Day 5 / MUNDUK : Lake Tamblingan, Pura Ulun Danu, cooking course The trek will be adapted to the age of your children. With guide – with driver After breakfast, we go to Lake Tamblingan for a walk in the tropical forest. Here the trees are covered in moss and can reach a height several tens of meters.. a landscape worthy of any adventurer. We’ll have lunch in a local restaurant in the Bedugul region before 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. Then it will be time to return to the hotel to attend a course in traditional cooking. Entrees, main dishes and desserts - you make your own Balinese meal! Night in Munduk -Day 6 / MUNDUK : Botanical garden, tropical fruit tasting, hotsprings of Banjar With guide – with driver We start the day with a visit to the botanical gardens of Bedugul. Take a walk through greenhouses of cacti and orchids. These flowers, loved by Europeans, are regarded as bad seeds here and people don’t hesitate to pull them out of their gardens. You will also discover the medicinal plants still used by the Balinese today. This paradise is also an opportunity for the more adventurous to do a course in tree-climbing among the ancient trees and giant ferns. (Optional) After lunch, a tropical fruit tasting will be held at the local market. We continue the road towards Banjar, where we visit the natural hotsprings. By then it will be time to reach the coastal village of Lovina where you will spend the night. Night in Lovina -Day 7 / LOVINA: Meeting the dolphins, Gamelan lesson and hike to the waterfall of Yeh Mempeh With guide – with driver Very early in the morning (around 5am) you take your spot in a small local boat headed for the big blue as you get ready to meet with wild dolphins. These majestic creatures come in big groups every morning (or almost) to feed and it is a meeting that will amaze both young and old. We will then take the road towards the small fishing village Amed on the east coast of the island - a village known throughout Bali for its beautiful seabed. On the way, we stop closeby to Singaraja to visit a gamelan workshop. This typical Indonesian instrument accompanies most ceremonies and traditional dances in Bali. A set of percussions produces what seems like an unusual kind of cacophony at the beginning, but you soon realize the catchy rhythm it produces that will transport you away... This percussion is taught to Balinese boys from an early age, with no music theory or partition, and everything all done by ear… Before arriving in Amed, we make a little detour to walk to the little known waterfalls of Yeh Mempeh, where one of the most refreshing swims awaits us. Night in Amed -Day 8 / 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 9 / AMED - UBUD : Pura Lempuyang, Tirtagangga, Goa Lawah With guide – with driver We leave to discover the temple of Lempuyang. A huge symbolic gate (candi bentar) in white stone opens at one side a view looking down on the volcano Agung and on the other side it opens onto a large courtyard from which 3 colossal stairs leave. To go to the second temple complex, Pura Luhur Lempuyang (luhur means “high”), the most sacred of the two because the highest, you have to go up 1700 steps... Every morning and evening the faithful climb the steps to bring offerings in what is one of the directional temples, dedicated to the protection of eastern Bali. Next we go to Tirtagangga, what means “ holy water of the Ganges” in Balinese. This architectural complex, built in 1948 by the Raja of Karangasem, curiously combines the Balinese and Chinese styles. The water garden, which occupies an area of almost 3 acres, consists of three zones. The first, situated on the lowest level, consists two ponds and a water tower. The second level offers swimming pools and on the upper level you have the royal residences that dominate the whole. You can bathe in these sacred waters. On the way to Ubud we make a last stop in Goa Lawah, which is also part of the nine “Kayangan Jagat” or directional temples that protect Bali from evil spirits. It is an important place for the Balinese and home to a thousand bats. Night in Ubud -Day 10 / UBUD : Meeting Balinese craftsmen, painting course and walk through the rice fields With guide – with driver The fate of Ubud as a meeting point between the orient and the occident (east and west) was, perhaps, sealed by a Javanese priest, Rsi Markendya. According to the legend, the holy man settled him in Campuhan, right next to Ubud, to meditate. Over the century the emerald beauty and the fertile hills attracted princes and artists to Ubud. In the 1930’s the prince Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati opened his palace for artists like Walter Spies or Rudolph Bonnet. Other artists from around the world came to combine their visions and techniques with the artistic Balinese traditions and Ubud became a famous center of creation. So today we offer a day placed under the sign of “arts” with a visit to Mas and Celuk, two villages known for their expertise. Mas is home to the wood carvers and Celuk is home to goldsmiths. It will then be time to introduce you to traditional Balinese painting so you can paint yourself a masterpiece! To end the day, we’ll stretch our legs by walking the rice fields of Tegal Lalang which are nothing less than the most beautiful rice terraces in Bali.. Night in Ubud -Day 11 / UBUD : Free day or rafting (optional) For those who still have some spare energy, it is possible to go rafting (optional). Prepare yourself to face the rapids on this refreshing family day. This descent will take you through the jungle, replete with wild flora..Rafting isn't a problem for children - some periods of the year it's more like an easy walk than an active sport. We leave it optional to give you the freedom to choose... without guide – without driver A rest day with the family in Ubud. Feel free to discover the cultural capital of Bali, visit its countless museums or art galleries. WE will be at your disposal, ready to take you where you want unless you prefer to spend a relaxing day in one of the many massage parlors in the city. Night in Ubud -Day 12 / UBUD : Elephant Ride Without guide – with driver Perched at 2m high, on the back of an elephant weighing several tons, you will enjoy a leisurely walk in the jungle. This is an opportunity to learn how to take care of an elephant ( useful information) but also to learn how to preserve this endangered animal. Night in Ubud -Day 13 / UBUD : The kites of Batuan – Dance school of Gianyar With guide – with driver Leaving Ubud round 9am in the morning, we head towards Batuan to visit a kite workshop, a central object in Balinese culture. You will learn the secrets of “how to make a kite” and you will make your own kite. The kites in Bali are much more than a childish pleasure, it’s supposed to be the favorite sport of the Gods. Every year there is a competition between all the villages, they construct kites of several meters. We continue the day with visiting the dance school of Gianyar. Every day, I Couter Ketut welcomes the children of the village to teach them Balinese traditional arts. Dance for the girls, gamelan for the boys. You can see the importance of every detail in the traditional dances where everything is codified, position of the fingers, the expressions… Night in Sanur - Day 14 / ULUWATU : Surf in Kuta, Jimbaran, Pura Uluwatu With guide – with driver We leave in the morning for an initiation in surf in Kuta. Here, where there is no coral reefs and little current, it is the ideal place to catch the waves in safety. Next stop is the beach of Jimbaran to try grilled fish at the seaside. Afterwards we discover some dream beaches on the Bukit island. Padang Padang, Balangan, Blimbing... We end the day in 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 15 /: 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. -Extensions of five days on the islands of Sulawesi and Flores are also possible (please contact us)

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