The northern region of Bali has retained much of its quintessential fascination and has escaped the mass tourism that is all too familiar in the south of the island. It's worth taking an excursion to discover this region's spellbinding culture and scenery.

We offer various half- and full-day tours. On request, we offer Jeep tours lasting several days – a truly exceptional experience. You can also rent a scooter or bike from us to explore the island under your own steam. Another treat: a visit to the local market in Rubaya.

4 hours tours (morning or afternoon)

Ponjok Batu Temple – "Les" Waterfall

Lempuyang (lower temple) – "Taman ujung" kings palace – Tirtagangga – silversmiths

Day tours (8 hours):

› Ubud: Via Kintamani, view on Mount Batur & Lake Batur – Batur temple – botanical garden – "Gunung Kawi" temple, rice terraces – Ubud central market and monkey forrest

› Ubud Shopping Tour: Via Klungkung – "Goa Lawah" temple – Sukawati – silversmiths – Ubud shopping street and central market  – rice terraces – botanical garden – Kintamani

› Bedugul: Sukumpul water fall – "Ulun Danu" temple – spice market – Lake Bratan – Munduk

› Singaraja (town): Singaraja market – Lovina – buddhistic temple - hot springs – Banjar – "Meduwe Karang" temple

Klungkung: "Bali Aga" village in Candidasa – "Goa Lawah" temple – "Kerta Gosa" museum in Klungkung – rice terraces in Muncan – silversmiths – Tirtagangga

› Besakih-Tempel: Besakih (mother temple) – rice terraces in Muncan – Tirtagangga – silversmiths

TREKKING TOURS (2 – 4 persons)

› Lempuyang Sunrise:  Climb 1,750 steps to reach Lempuyang at sunrise – one of Bali's loveliest and oldest temples (start out at 5 a.m.).

› Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking (1,717m): The ascent to this volcanic crater takes 2 to 4 hours – start out at 2 a.m.

› Mount Agung Sunrise Trekking (3,142m): The long route from Besakih takes about 14 hours; the short version is a mere(!) 8 hours (from Pura Agung, 1,500 m).


› "Telaga Waja"
wildwater rafting:  Two and a half hours of pure fun amid stunning scenery! Can be combined with a visit to the Besakih temple or Tirtagangga/silversmith.