Signature trips

These excursions have been created from near scratch. Some of the highlights may sound familiar, but we always add a personal twist. Some places and sights are unique. We have discovered them through a never-ending and enthusiastic research of the destination we love most, Bali!

A full day tour covering several places of interest. First we visit the woodcarving centre of Kemenuh, Mas. Discover the amazing skills of young artisans, admire the finest works of arts in various kinds of tropical hardwood.
After attending a lively performance of a Barong & Kris dance in Batubulan, you head to the renowned eastward. Besakih, a temple built against the southern slope of sacred Mount Agung, links numerous shrines and smaller temples into a vast religious complex.
Every morning, professional dancers perform a colorful Barong dance in Batubulan, one of the historical centers of the arts on the stretch between Denpasar and Ubud.
This dance is performed every late afternoon against the spectacular backdrop of Uluwatu temple, perched on Bali’s cliffs in the southwestern part of the island.
This trip involves walking on the courtyards of some iconographic temples in South Bali. In Mengwi a royal temple is built to near perfection.
During your trip it is so quiet you can hear the birds singing. Forest slopes seal off this area from the rest of the world.
Explore the far eastern parts of Bali. First we drive to Tirtagangga, the fabled open-air water palace of a former raja’s retreat.
For the Balinese, Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most important and venerated places of their beloved island. Together with some other landmark temples along the western seaboard, it is closely associated with the arrival and spread of Hinduism on Bali.
Ubud is the epicenter of all things related to arts and crafts on Bali. Start your day out to hilly resort with a visit to the Neka Museum.
A cast of hundreds of the world’s rarest and most beautiful birds greet you as you stroll through the tropical gardens.
Ubud is the ideal basis to explore some interesting landmarks and sights of Central Bali and enjoy the enthralling Balinese landscapes.
Your first stop wil be in Mengwi at Taman Ayun, the 17th century royal temple sheds an magnificent light on the principles of traditional Balinese temple architecture.
The capital of Bali doesn’t get that much tourist traffic. After all, this is where the ordinary Balinese live.
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