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Look for pythons in the bat cave of Goa Lawah Temple, meet the local Aga people in the traditional village of Tenganan and admire the Tirta Gangga Water Palace on a full-day private tour of East Bali.
Pick-up from your hotel in Ubud, Sanur, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Seminyak or Canggu. Pick-up possible from hotels in the Uluwatu area for an additional $8 per person, payable to the driver.
There is a 90% success rate sighting Dolphins. However, as Dolphins are wild animals this cannot be guaranteed. If you do not see dolphins, a free return cruise will be provided (subject to availability)
This cruise is not suitable for children under the age of 10 yrs, pregnant women or visitors with back or heart problems
Hotel transfer covers Kuta, Tuban, Legian, Canggu, Seminyak, Sanur, Uluwatu, Bukit, Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa, and Jimbaran area
Following pick-up from your hotel by private driver/guide, discover an untouched part of East Bali on a full-day tour of Goa Lawah, Tenganan and the spectacular water palaces of Tirta Gangga (“Water of the Ganges”) and Taman Ujung.
Journey by air-conditioned vehicle through the lush landscape as you head towards East Bali and the legendary bat cave of Goa Lawah. Upon arrival, explore one of Bali’s most important temples, built around a cave complex where hordes of bats live. Look for pythons at this incredible site before moving on to the village of Tenganan. Encounter the indigenous Aga people of Bali, who lived here long before the Majapahit Empire arrived from Java to colonize the island. Explore the small village on foot with your guide for a closer look at the strictly maintained and distinctive traditions of weaving and batik textiles.
Then, go to the sacred Tirta Gangga Water Palace and admire the decorative ponds, statues, plants and fountains that surround the palace. Take in the stunning views of the ocean and rice paddies. Continue to the must-see Taman Ujung Water Palace in Karangasem Regency and explore the ponds, bridges and picturesque pathways of the complex at the base of Mount Agung. Learn about its intricate Balinese architectural style before traveling back to your hotel.