Price per person:
Half-price for children under 12 years old
Minimum 4 people
Your feet get used to the jungle path, the sun is softly peeking through the thick leaves above and while our guide tells you about the benefits of the local fruit he’s showing you, we reach the space where our home cooked, organic lunch buffet is served.
We spend the afternoon resting our legs a bit, at the shores of lake Beratan. Letting this calm lake restore us, this is one of the main water sources for the whole island of Bali. Option to glide through the still waters in canoes. Listen to the sounds of animals that wake up at sunset, telling stories by the fire while darkness falls, watching the fireflies.
After a night’s rest and an energy filled breakfast we are ready for the second day adventure.
First on the program are the hot springs of Angseri. Here we soak our bodies in either cooler waters or the hot springs, letting sore muscles soften and allowing the mountain air to fill our lungs.
Lunch will be served with breathtaking views overlooking the ancient ricefields.
After this it is time to ride! Our starting point is a Balinese compound outside of Desa Tundak. Here we will choose our bikes and take them for a test ride.
Keen cyclists have the option of venturing 2 kilometers off-road through narrow winding jungle paths. Another option is to take the main road to the Banyan Tree where our two paths will meet. From here, together we will cruise the meandering roads, passing through lush rolling hills and mountain terraces, leading to the cool, dark and mysterious Sangeh monkey forest.
Our final destination is the Tirta Taman Mumbul. Huge trees shade an emerald green lake, inhabited by giant koi fish.
The newly developed bathing area features a walled shallow pool with 11 waterspouts guarded by statues of 11 different Hindu gods. People come here to receive a blessing and ritual water cleanse by bathing in the curative and purifying spring waters.