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Bali Family Discovery Overview
See the monkeys and volcanoes of Bali on a family tour of Indonesia.
From Monkeys to Volcanoes, Bali is a destination that is as diverse as it is beautiful. Take the family on an action-packed adventure of a lifetime, heading off the beaten track and exploring some lesser-known spots on one of Indonesia’s most loved islands. From the art filled markets of Ubud and rolling hills of Bedugl to jungle villages, remote temples and white-sand beaches, be dazzled by Indonesian culture and experience the traditional side of this Asian holiday paradise. Packed with plenty of activities and amazing highlights, Monkey’s and Volcanoes is a great way for the whole family to experience the magic of Bali.
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Arrive in Umabian and admire the peaceful surroundings. The next day, visit a sustainable tourism project, drop in on a local school and take a walk with some local farmers through the paddocks. End the day with an unforgettable sunset over Tanah Lot Temple
Cruise to the cool highlands of Bedugul, admiring the rolling green hills and blue lakes along the way. Take a stroll through the fresh produce of Bedugul’s colourful markets before visiting Ulun Danu Temple – set amid the placid waters of Lake Batan.
Rise early and head offshore on a boat to spot dolphins frolicking between the waves. Afterwards, spend some time relaxing on the beach before heading to the quaint seaside village of Amed.
Set off on a light trek through the jungle to reach the ancient village of Tangaman. Observe local women expertly weaving complicated patterns and baskets before heading to Sideman. Spend the next day exploring Bali’s famous volcanoes and catch a glimpse of the towering Mt Batur.
Travel on to Ubud, where traditional Balinese culture is well preserved and on display for all to see. Renowned for having the best food on the island, why not tuck into a tasty chicken curry in one of Ubud’s many eateries. Take a trip out of to Ubud’s monkey forest, where playful primates make for plenty of laughs and some great photo opportunities.
Unwind at Bali’s original beach resort, a perfect combination of sandy beaches, warm waters and spectacular marine environments. Why not take an optional surfing lesson before heading to a cliffside temple for sunset and a farewell seafood dinner on the beach.
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