Time to visit
During dry season April to September
Arrival Bali, Ubud, Kuta, Departure Bali
Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth.
Our trip offers a variety of activities to give you the opportunity to experience both its natural beauty and rich culture. You will have a cultural and learning experience in a traditional Banjar; cycle into the heartland of Bali with a tour along the back roads of Carangsari, and be granted a glimpse into the daily life and vibrant culture of Bali; experience a thrilling rafting adventure on Telaga Waja River, visit some of the Bali’s most beautiful temples, enjoy Tanah Lot Sunset tour and experience a scenic dinner right on the beach sand of Jimbaran Beach.
Activity: rafting, community service, cycling, cultural sightseeing ,trekking ( optional), Snorkeling (optional)
Route: Arrival Bali, Ubud, Kuta, Departure Bali
All Rahhalah’s ground handlers and guides are locally employed ensuring more authentic experience for travelers, as well as sensitivity to local customs and cultures.
Our staff is highly experienced and has extensive knowledge and training in first aid, leadership and communication.
We run a low impact operation and we leave no traces behind, contributing to the efforts of protection of the local land, its people and culture.
All our local guides and staff are properly employed and adequately equipped. In addition we emphasize on making extensive use of local products and enhance maximum economic benefits to the local communities.
As you all know 1% of our revenue go back to a local cause and Rahhalah directly takes care of that. This is our pay back promise.
Day 01: Arrival Bali
Upon arrival in Bali the participants will be welcomed by a Rahhalah representative and transferred to the hotel in Ubud area. Free activity for the rest of the day.
Day 02: Banjar visit, Cultural learning Experience and Community Services (B, L)
The participants will be picked up from the hotel in the morning and transfer to one of Banjar in Ubud area. Banjar is Balinese term for their place to run social activity and ceremony Bajar is a smaller community of village (a village usually consist of several Banjar). There are some activities the local do in Banjar. From practicing Gamelan (Indonesian traditional instrument), dancing lesson to Canang making (offering).
Visiting a Banjar, you will have the chance to experience the daily life of Balinese closely.
Day 03: Carang Sari Village cycling (B, L)
Start driving from the hotel at 9.30 am to Carangsari village to cycling into the heartland of Bali with a tour along the back roads of Carangsari, and be granted a glimpse into the daily life and vibrant culture of Bali. The tour, suitable for guests of all ages and physical condition, includes a visit to a typical Balinese household, entering Bali elephant camp, have a quick stop and visit the camp & chocolate factory, a stopover at the memorial of I Gusti Ngurah Rai, a national hero and namesake of Bali’s airport born in Carangsari, and ends with a close encounter with the surprisingly well-mannered monkeys inhabiting the sacred nutmeg forest at Sangeh. Lunch is served overlooking panoramic vistas of nearby Ubud.
Day 04: Rafting Day in Telaga Waja (B,L)
Check out form the hotel and we drive to Ayung River. The walk down from the starting point to the river where the rafts are waiting takes around 5 minutes. After everyone assembles at the river/raft location, the professional rafting guide, well versed in the Telaga Waja river condition will brief you on the river condition, safety measures and the correct and safe way to raft down the river. As well you are given paddling practice. Around 10.30 am the adventure starts. For approximately 2 hours you shoot down an exhilarating 14 kilometers of fast-moving water and continuous rapids, twisting and turning as it rushes through narrow gorges and steep canyon to terraced plains where you may encounter children playing in shallow waters near the riverbanks. You encounter a nice mixture of wild country and fantastic jungle of unspeakable natural beauty. Expert river guides and modern safety equipment ensures that the day is fun and safe for all the family. Throughout the trip the guides not only skillfully maneuver the rafts, but also take time to pass on their knowledge on local Balinese lifestyle and the local flora and fauna of the Telaga Waja River valley. After the exhilarating experience you can shower and freshen up in the amenities area and change into dry clothes before moving onto the Balinese Bamboo Restaurant to feast on mouthwatering local delicacies while enjoying the surrounding panoramic. At 2pm. lunch is over and it’s time to return to your hotel.
Free activity for the rest of the day. Check in at your hotel in Kuta.
Day 05: Tanah Lot Sunset tour (B, L)
This Bali tours feature a visit to one of the Bali’s most beautiful temples called Taman Ayun which remains from the Royal Mengwi Dynasty. En route we visit Alas Kedaton (monkey forest) where you will be welcomed by tame and friendly monkeys. Our last stop is Tanah Lot temple placed on a huge rock surrounded by the sea at a high tide where you can enjoy a beautiful silhouette at sunset.
Hotel – Taman Ayun approx. 1 hour driving
Day 06: Day At Leisure/Optional activities (B)
Today you can relax at the hotel or choose to participate on some of the optional activities.
Optional tour: ( extra cost applies)
Island Reef Cruise
Mt Batur trekking
Bali Marine safari park – Jungle hopper
Day 07: Uluwatu Temple and Kecak dance tour ( B, D)
In the afternoon around 15.00 you will be picked up and drive to Uluwatu Temple situated about 70m on the cliff overlooking the bay. From there watch the rough seas of the Indian ocean rush forward, hitting the rocks beneath the cliff, and in the background. We will proceed to enjoy the Traditional Kecak Dance, a dramatic performance lasting about 45 minutes, where 25-50 dancers chant “cak” and throw up their arms, depicting a battle from the Ramayana where monkeys help Prince Rama fight the evil King Ravana. The dance will be performed on an open stage on a cliff in Uluwatu Temple complex, and in the background, a beautiful sunset colors the sky orange as it slowly disappears away, replaced by the moon at night. Proceed to the famous Jimbaran Beach for having romantic dinner right on the beach sand of Jimbaran Beach.
Hotel – Uluwatu temple approx. 1 hour driving
Uluwatu temple – Jimbaran approx. beach 30 minutes driving
Jimbaran beach – hotel approx. beach 30 minutes driving
Day 08: Bali departure (B)
Free activity in the morning and in appropriate time transfer to the airport to catch flight return home.
per person in a group of minimum 4 pax.Double occupancy
Children rate: 1,112 USD per child
(6-12 year sharing Parents room)
30 March 2018
15 June 2018
This cost is based on Double Occupancy. Single Supplement cost applies. Single supplement cost is 390 USD per person.
All services stipulated above are subject to availability at the time of booking / reservation. All prices are subject to change.
All accommodation subject to change to similar one depending on availability.
The itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather, road condition and operating conditions.
Private airport transfer
English speaking guide
4 nights stay in Sapu Lidi Hotel, Ubud or similar
3 nights stay in Bali Rani Hotel, Kuta similar
All activities as stated on the program
Meals as mentioned on the program (see B,L,D)
21 % hotel tax and service
Visa and visa fees
Medical and travel insurance
High season hotel surcharge
Meals not described
Expenses of Personal nature: phone, fax, bar, alcohol, etc
Optional/ Additional activities
Tips and Gratuities
Important: The itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather, road condition and operating conditions. In any case the guide has the RIGHT to change the program for the safety and convenience of the travelers.