When you want to see humans, animals and nature in perfect harmony with each other, Bali is a place you must visit. Bali combines stunning mountain scenery and beautiful beaches with warm and friendly people. Bali is the famous Island of the Gods. Bali truly represents religion and tradition. Its diverse mountainous and hilly landscapes, sandy beaches and steep coastlines, fertile rice fields and infertile volcanic slopes provide a cultural background that is highly spiritual, colorful, and cannot be imitated.
In addition to spiritual features, Bali also offers world-class surfing and diving, a large number of archeological, cultural and historical attractions. Following, you will find out more about the trekking opportunities offered by this famous tourist site.
Batur Sunrise Trekking Caldera
The journey starts at 1,020 meters above sea level, in the northern region of Lake Batur. The whole tour takes at most one hour. On the way, people can see amazing views of the local farming district, encouraging you to admire the lives of the locals. When you reach the top, you will get an amazing view of the hollow lake.
Located about sixty km from Denpasar, this is the only active volcano in Bali. The Balinese respect him as lingam Dewa Dewa Vishnu.
The journey starts at four in the morning, from a height of 1019 meters above sea level, and takes you to its peak at 1717 meters. The route passes pine trees and eucalyptus, and continues along basaltic lava rock caused by the 1926 explosion.
Trekking in the mountains of Mount Abang
This mountain is located almost 50 Km from the city of Denpasar. From Ubud, the trip takes almost an hour. It is located in the northern part of Bali, right in the Regency of Bangli. This is not an active volcano, and is protected by an inborn rainforest.
The trip starts at 3 in the morning for the sunrise trip, and at 6 in the morning. for day time travel. Reaching the peak takes two to three hours through the rainforest, presenting amazing views on both sides of the road. When reaching the summit of Mount Abang, one can see the entire island of Bali, in the midst of a quiet and calm mountain environment.
Standing 3142 meters above sea level, Gunung Agung is quoted in the northeastern part of Bali in Karangasem Regency. From the starting point, clustered in the village named Besakih which also holds the Mother of Besakih temple, it takes almost two hours from the city of Denpasar.
The journey starts at midnight and takes almost six hours to reach the peak only at sunrise. This gives a very amazing view of the entire island of Bali. When dawn appears, you get the most beautiful natural scenery.
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