08.30am – Pick-up at your hotel
09.30am – Arrive at Kusamba traditional salt mining
10.15 am – Visit Bat Cave ( Goa Lawah )
11.15 am – See ancient Balinese Village ( Tenganan Village )
12.30 pm – Lunch at Candidasa
14.00 pm – Visit Virgin Beach
15.30 pm – Tirta Gangga water garden
16.30 pm – Drive back to your hotel
East Cost Bali Tour
Make an early morning start travelling the eastern coastline of Bali before making your first stop at Kusamba Village, renowned for its traditional sea salt harvesting methods. Continue on to Goa Lawah Temple – otherwise known as the “Bat Cave” – and see more than 10,000 bats hanging overhead. Tenganan ‘Bali Aga’ – the home of Bali’s original in-habitants, continue to stop at Candidasa settle down for a delicious lunch provided at a local restaurant.after have a lunch travel north- east to Pasir Putih, also known as “Virgin Beach”, or translated means ‘white sand’. Here, relax and unwind on the beach, take dips in the gentle surf, or simply listen to the sound of the waves crashing on the sand. Hire snorkelling equipment or explore the coral reefs or if the mood strikes, rent a day bed for an afternoon siesta in the sun. Afterwards, head east through Amlapura to the Tirta Gangga, or “Water Palace” which it’s one of beautiful water garden in Bali.
Salt farming in Kusamba, Bali is a centuries-old tradition where farmers use traditional technique to produce 100% natural salt by sun and wind evaporation. Located on a volcanic black-sand beach in East Bali, Kusamba is about an hour’s drive east from Sanur. The village earned its reputation as a traditional fishing village and natural salt production in Bali. Despite the intensive process of sea salt making, Kusamba’s salt farmers live in modest huts on the beach with shiny-black and mineral-rich sand. There are about 30 group of local people who earn their livings as salt farmers in Kusamba.
GOA LAWAH TEMPLE
Goa Lawah Temple is a shrine cave where thousands of bats have a nest inside of this cave. There is big temple used by Balinese Hindu as a place to worship to the god. This temple is one of the biggest temples in Bali and the location is strategically beside of main road from Denpasar to Candidasa.
Tenganan Village is a traditional Balinese country side with unique cultures and social life from the local community. It is one of the ancient villages in Bali where its society life different from the other village exist in Bali Island. The societies of Tenganan Village strongly keep the unique activities and custom.
Virgin Beach is a Nice beach white sand blue sea green nature nice rock and comfort place for rilexs, recomended place to visit. Unforgetable beach with delicious food, fresh coconut and beautiful underwater view when do snorkling and swim . the beach in the village of Perasi is hidden behind two hills of Apen and Penggiang. The color of the sand also contains mystery. The name “Virgin Beach” is actually the name of foreign tourists, while the Balinese themselves call it White Sand Beach or White Sand Beach. This is none other than the white sand, while all the other areas on the black sandy beach Perasi.
Tirta Gangga is a beautiful garden with water fountain and fish pond surrounds this area. This garden is built by King of Karangasem for their relaxation with their family. Firstly, this garden is utilized by empire family for bathing place and now have been arranged natty and fascinate. There is big clean water source that is poured into a channel and go to the tower to make a water fountain . This water fountain is an icon of Tirta Gangga which is many visited by tourists.
Car Driver Only
Note – Quoted tour prices include:
*AC Car | *English Speaking Driver | *Petrol
Note – Quoted tour prices include:
*Tour Guide | *All entry fees , donations and Lunch | *All tours are by AC vehicle,Driver & Petrol | *Tour rates quoted nett per person | *Personal shoping not include in this rate | *Personal tiping not include