Day 1: At 8:00am, we will depart for Lovina. On the way, we will stop at the temple of Tanah Lot. The journey will then proceed north, via Alas Keraton, to visit the monkey forest. The following stop is Bedugul will be at the Pura Ulu Danu temple on Beratan Lake. Ulun Danu Temple is located in the plateau area, at 1200 meters above sea level. Last visit at Git Git Waterfall. The sound of the water can be heard from 200 meters away. Few steps more and we will see the breath-taking view of a massive amount of water falling from a high of 45m. Upon arrival in Lovina, we'll check-in at the hotel. Overnight.
Day 2: At 8.00am, depart for Candidasa with a short stop at the traditional market of Buleleng. Afterwards, we will visit the Pura Beji temple, dedicated to the Goddess Dewi Sri who protects the rice fields. We will then continue towards the Kintamani village. From here, there is a beautiful view of the volcano Batur. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant with a panoramic view. After lunch, visit of Besakih, the most important and biggest temple in Bali. The temple was built in the 11th century at 1000m above sea level on the slopes of mount Agung, the sacred volcano of Bali. We will continue our journey to Candidasa. Check-in at the hotel. Overnight.
Day 3: At 8.00am, we'll depart for Goa Lawah, a temple built in a cave which is inhabited by hordes of bats. Then, we'll proceed to Sidemen, with its magnificent landscape of terraced hills. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant with a panoramic view of the valley. The journey will continue to Klung Kung, where we will visit the Kertagosa Palace, a beautiful heritage of traditional Balinese architecture, formerly used as the Court of Justice. The last visit of the day will be at Gunung Kawi, an 11th century temple and funerary complex. We'll reach Ubud in the late afternoon. Check-in at hotel and overnight.
Day 4: Morning will be free to relax and enjoy Ubud. Departure transfer to Ngurah Rai International Airport will be provided according to the flight details.