One day excursion to Ubud area will give such a memorable experience. To see the daily life of traditional ubud community will attract you to always come to this area. We know how to invite you to explore this place as we live daily and become part of this community. The tours will include to see Tegenungan Waterfall, Mas Village the place for wood handicraft, Elephant Cave, Ubud Monkey Forest, Ubud Traditional Market, Ubud King Palace, Rice Terrace, and Coffee Plantation.
Tegenungan Waterfall: This area is in the south side of ubud and really nice place to enjoy your cup of tea to see the wonderful waterfall. You can come down closely and feel the fresh of the natural water.
Mas Village: A village specializing in woodcarvings. Most of the prominent wood carvers of Bali live in Mas village, producing elaborate and fine woodcarvings. They teach the young generation to carve with their own imagination.
Elephant Cave: Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological site of significant historical value that makes it a special place to visit. Located on the cool western edge of Bedulu Village, six kilometres out of central Ubud where relic-filled courtyard and view the rock-wall carvings, a central meditational cave, bathing pools and fountains.
Ubud Monkey Forest: The home of more than 600 long tailed macaques in the tropical green forest close to the center of Ubud. Inside the forest you can see a sacred temple sanctuary guarded by the monkeys.
Ubud Traditional Market: Where you can find ubud community gather in the market selling everything produce around the area. You can find a cheap souvenir, handicraft, fruits, and many more.
Ubud King Palace: In the center of Ubud you will see the palace from the road. Entering the area you can walk around to make picture of the traditional Balinese architecture complex and see daily traditional Balinese dance.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace: Here we can see a typical scene in Bali. The rice terrace is placed at the harmony of the beautiful rice field and the green of coconut plants make it the best sight of the Balinese countryside.
Coffee Plantation: In this place we can see the coffee plantation especially the most expensive coffee in the world called Luwak Coffe. The coffee made from animal that eats the bean and digest in its stomach. After come out in the morning it will be still intact and collected to be processed to be the coffee. It will be your unforgettable experience this kind of coffee while you can enjoy it in front of rice terrace view.
Adult: USD 45
Child: USD 25
Inclusions: Hotel pickup and drop-off, Bottled water, All entrance fees, and Private tour.
If you want your lunch included.
Adult: USD 55
Child: USD 25
Inclusions: Hotel pickup and drop-off, Bottled water, All entrance fees, Scenic local lunch and Private tour.
Note: Children 4 – 11 years old, Adult 12 – 75 Years old, Minimum 2 person required