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Custom Bali Tours




Price for Full Day Custom Private Tour; 

Pick up from Ubud and Sanur area hotels at 09.00
- 1 guest/ single traveler - US$40 per car per day.
- 2 up to 6 guests maximum - US$50 per car per day.

Pick up from Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua area hotels at 08.00-08.30
- 1 guest/ single traveler - US$50 per car per day.
- 2 up to 6 guests maximum - US$60 per car (not per person) per day.

The tour price will include;
- roundtrip air-conditioned transportation.
- gas/ fuel.
- driver and an English speaking guide service.
- free bottled of mineral water.
- use of traditional Balinese clothes.
- and all personal expenses of the driver/ guide
.

Payment can be made in cash at the beginning or at the end of the tour in either USD or Indonesian Rupiah at the current exchange rate.

If you have arrange your itineray, please let us know where you would like to go, what you want to see. We will pleased to drive wherever you want to go to make your trip save, comfortable along the way to get the personalize tour in Bali. We are full at services during the day, we will be more than just a guide/ driver. But we will put our self as your friend in Bali to guide you to the unique culture, custom and tradition of Bali. Talk with us as you talk with your friend. Let's make a good friend betwen us.

Our car is All New Toyota Kijang Avanza brand 2016 with fully licensed, double blower AC, seat belt, clean and comfortable. Our car able to accomodate up to maximum 5 passengers comfortably without luggages. If you have luggages we able to open the back seats to put your luggages. If you have more group, we able to provide more than one car or minibus or large bus. In every car will available hand sanitize, first aid box, tissue box, MP3 player, CD/ DVD, radio, sarong for a Hindu temple visit, raincoat and umbrella.

 

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Suggested itinerary:

A. UBUD AND VOLCANO TOUR

  1. Batubulan Village: To see the most popular Balinese cultural show with the Barong and Keris Dance.
  2. Ubud Art Villages (Mas Village for wood carving, Celuk for Silver smithing, Batuan for painting).
  3. Mount Batur and Lake Batur (Semi-active Volcano known as Global Geopark Network in 2012).
  4. Coffee plantation and organic spices and Luwak Coffee: Tasting with scenic rice field and Sebatu Valley view.
  5. Tegalalang Rice Field: The most scenic rice terraces in Bali with its unique irrigation system called Subak.
  6. Optional: Monkey Forest Sanctuary/ Ubud Market (a visit to either the Monkey Forest for the cheeky long tail monkeys, or a stroll around the market).
  7. Optional: Goa Gajah Temple /Tirta Empul Temple.


B. UBUD SCENIC TOUR

  1. Batubulan Village: Most popular Balinese cultural show with the Barong and Keris Dance.
  2. Ubud Countryside: Drive through Kutuh Village to see the real Ubud that's too often missed by visitors to Bali.
  3. Tegalalang Rice Field: The most scenic and famous rice field in Bali, known for its irrigation system called Subak.
  4. Gunung Kawi: Royal Monument from the late 11th Century.
  5. Coffee and Organic spices plantation: to tasting the most unique coffee in the world called Luwak Coffee.
  6. Drive through Laplapan Village (a beautiful and scenic back road famous for its eco cycling track).
  7. Goa Gajah Temple: Known as Elephant Cave Temple.
  8. Ubud Art Villages.


C. ELEPHANT SAFARI RIDE AND TANAH LOT

  1. Batubulan Village: Most popular Balinese cultural show with the Barong and Keris Dance.
  2. Taro Safari Elephant Park (The most recommended Elphant Park in Bali).
  3. Ubud Countryside: Drive through Kutuh Village to see the real Ubud that's too often missed by visitors to Bali.
  4. Tegalalang Rice Field: The most scenic and famous rice field in Bali, known for its irrigation system called Subak.
  5. Mengwi: The Royal Family Garden and Temple ( A world heritage site stated by UNESCO on July 6th, 2012).
  6. Tanah Lot Temple for the most beautiful sunset in Bali.


D. WHITE WATER RAFTING AND TANAH LOT

  1. Ayung River for White Water Rafting.
  2. Ubud Countryside: Drive through Kutuh Village to see the real Ubud that's too often missed by visitors to Bali.
  3. Tegalalang Rice Field: The most scenic and famous rice field in Bali, known for its irrigation system called Subak.
  4. Mengwi: The Royal Family Garden and Temple ( A world heritage site stated by UNESCO on July 6th, 2012).
  5. Tanah Lot Temple for the most beautiful sunset in Bali.


E. UBUD AND TANAH LOT TOUR

  1. Batubulan Village: To see the most popular Balinese cultural show with the Barong and Keris Dance.
  2. Ubud Art Villages (Mas Village for wood carving, Celuk for Silver smithing, Batuan for painting).
  3. Tegalalang Rice Field: The most scenic and famous rice field in Bali, known for its irrigation system called Subak.
  4. Monkey Forest/ Ubud Market (a visit to either the Monkey Forest for the cheeky long tail monkeys, or a stroll around the market).
  5. Mengwi: The Royal Family Garden and Temple ( A world heritage site stated by UNESCO on July 6th, 2012).
  6. Tanah Lot Temple for the most beautiful sunset in Bali.


F. WATER SPORTS AND SOUTH BALI IN A DAY

  1. Tanjung Benoa Beach: aquatic adventure - jet ski, parasailing, banana boat, diving, snorkling etc.
  2. Padang Padang Beach: Beautiful beach in the area of Uluwatu - a great surfing point.
  3. Uluwatu Temple: Built in the 11th century and set on a cliff bank with a stunning view of the Indian Ocean.
  4. Kecak Dance: Must-see Bali dance performed at Uluwatu Temple at sunset overlooking Uluwatu Temple and the Indian Ocean beyond.
  5. Jimbaran Bay: Enjoy a freshly-grilled seafood dinner at one of the best beaches in Bali.


G. BALI WORLD HERITAGE SITES

  1. Mengwi: The Royal Family Garden and Temple ( A world heritage site stated by UNESCO on July 6th, 2012).
  2. Lake Beratan: Famous for its lake temple called Pura Ulundanu Beratan.
  3. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces: Famous for its Subak irrigation system that has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heitage site since 2012.
  4. Tanah Lot for the most beautiful sunset in Bali.


H. TANAH LOT AND ULUWATU

  1. Taman Ayun Temple: A Royal Family Garden and Temple (Stated as a UNESCO world heritage in 2012).
  2. Tanah Lot Temple: The most visited temple in Bali for its stunning view.
  3. Uluwatu Temple: Built in the 11th century and set on a cliff bank with a stunning view of the Indian view.
  4. Jimbaran Bay: Enjoy a freshly-grilled seafood dinner at one of the best beaches in Bali.