Enjoy a leisurely trek through the Campuhan Ridge Walk, which boasts gorgeous hillside views of the region. Explore the beautiful water temple of Saraswati, learn about the history of Ubud Palace and visit the incredible Ubud Monkey Forest.
Get your diving certificate with this Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) open water course, the most popular scuba course in the world, while diving in the Coral Triangle, an area with the highest biodiversity of marine species.
Head to the steep mountains of Bali’s less crowded interior and marvel at the twin cascades of Banyumala Waterfall. See the amazing water temple of Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, the rice fields of Jatiluwih, Bali Swing, and Bali Hander gate.
Join an authentic cultural walking tour to Pakerisan River and its watershed, one of Bali’s UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the famous holy spring of Tirta Empul, Gunung Kawi Temples and several other historical sites.
Cycle through the rice terraces of Jatiluwih by electric bike on a scenic 1-hour tour, and marvel at the rice paddies of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Experience everyday life with local guides happy to answer your questions about the region and more.
Send your taste buds on an adventure across Denpasar’s bustling streets at night. Hit up different food spots for some Balinese rice cake, suckling pig, satay, soto and finish with the tastiest local desserts and tropical fruits on the island.
Enjoy a high-speed cruise out to Nusa Dua and Uluwatu’s coastline for a magical encounter with native dolphins. Marvel at these fascinating creatures in their habitat and absorb the scenic wonders of Bali’s natural surroundings.
Discover the unique rituals of the ancient villages in Bali. Visit Trunyan Village and Bayung Gede Village for their unique and distinctive funeral customs. Meet a local priest and learn Sekala Niskala, known as Balinese white and black magic.