Most of Bali’s population lives in tight village communities with big extended families Most of Bali’s population lives in tight village communities with big extended families

Bali Sight Seeing – Kintamani Island Tour

Bali Sight Seeing is a perfect introduction to Bali's fascinating culture and handicrafts, offering picturesque rice fields and villages, and the spectacular lake and volcano as a highlight. First stop is the stone carving village of Batubulan to see the colourful and exciting Barong dance. After the performance, you will drive through the Balinese countryside to Mas, a village famous for its impressive woodcarvings. Next visit is to the mysterious Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave), which dates back to the 11th Century. Hewn out of the rocks, the cave entrance is fantastically carved and depicts entangled leaves, animals, ocean waves and demonic human shapes. On arrival at Kintamani, enjoy spectacular views of Mount Batur, with ribbons of black lava running down from its peak into the deep valley below. A stop is made for lunch (not included) at Kintamani. The route back to your hotel takes you to one of Bali's Holy Springs. The Waters are believed to have magic curative powers. On the way to the hotel visit Ubud, the artistic heart of Bali, visit one of the many art galleries and catch the artists at work. Last stop is the village of Celuk, famous for its gold and silver works. You can watch skilled artisan creating exquisite pieces from gold and silver. A true opportunity to experience the culture of Bali.