Sunrise Mountain Trek


Enjoy the once in a lifetime experience of sunrise trekking to the top of Mount Batur for a glorious sunrise and stunning morning views. The scenery here alone is worth the journey but it is the view from the top that will forever stay in your mind, an experience and accomplishment that you will never forget.


The trek to Mount Batur is the most recommended trekking destination in Bali and has been trekked by thousands of people from all around the world. 


It will take around 1.5 to 2 hours to climb the mountain. This is perfectly safe, as you will be accompanied by a professional local trekking guide. Trekking in the cool, early morning darkness (torches are supplied), we begin the ascent to arrive in time to witness a glorious sunrise and views of the surrounding crater and lake.


Enjoy breakfast consisting of homemade and healthy goodie bags, with a view like no other. Joining you for breakfast will be a few monkeys who play around the summit - they'll no doubt feed on any leftover breakfasts!

Hot Springs


After trekking Mount Batur, you can refresh yourself with a swim in the Natural Volcanic Hot Water Spring pool at the beautiful village of Toya Bungkah.


Situated on the banks of Lake Batur, you will enjoy the fresh clean air, magnificent scenery and views of the lake and surrounding mountains.

Reflect on your accomplishment of hiking the mountain and enjoy some relaxation time as the hot springs tend to your muscles. 

Cultural Experiences


Tanah Lot Temple is one of Indonesia’s most popular religious attractions. With incredible ocean views and clear mountain air. We will be visiting this stunning view early in the morning.


Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most popular sights and a major pilgrimage destination for Balinese Hindus from around the island. Tanah Lot is one of nine directional temples on the coast of Bali island that were built to protect the island from evil spirits.


Besides Tanah Lot, other directional temples include Pura Besakih (known as the “mother temple”) and the clifftop Uluwatu, which we will visit in the afternoon.

Eat Pray Love


Uluwatu is the most popular area on Bali’s Bukit peninsula, best known for the name sake landmark cliff-top temple. The hilly limestone region is home to Bali’s most scenic Beaches, with temples on towering cliffs, overlooking the Indian Ocean and magnificent sunsets.


We will be visiting the beach made famous by the blockbuster movie Eat Pray Love starring Julia Roberts.


This exotic location makes for a perfect setting for us to practice yoga and enjoy one of the finest restaurants in Bali with an awesome selection of healthy foods.


Soak up some rays by the salt-water pool and chill in the Jacuzzi for the afternoon before we go to watch the famous Kecak fire dance.


This is a ritual dance form created and popularised in the 1930s on the picturesque Bali Island, and is shown in the cinematic art film Baraka.


After watching the dance we will head back to the villa for a much needed rest.