Kintamani Tour

 In Full Day Tour

Bali Kintamani Tour or well-known as Kintamani Bali Volcano Tour is best Bali Full Day Tour package to see the gorgeous sight of lake Batur and Mount Batur Volcano Bali, as well as other top Bali places of interest in a one-day itinerary. Kintamani Bali Volcano day trip also becomes the most chosen Bali tour packages together with full day itinerary of Kintamani volcano tour with Ubud Village.

Kintamani Volcano or Bali Volcano or also commonly known as Mt. Batur that has elevation 1,717 m (5,633 ft) and the first documented eruption of Batur volcano was in 1804. It is a well-known sightseeing and tour as well as sunrise trekking desired destination in main highlands of Bali island. The wonderful landscape of the volcanic Batur caldera does for the major interest encompassed by the fascinating mountain range.

The Kintamani region includes three primary villages, including PenelokanBatur, and also Kintamani. There also exist several classic Bali locals villages around Batur Lake, typically known as Bali Aga villages, the popular one is Trunyan village which is famous for its unique funeral tradition. Penelokan is a very common stopover, offering as a point of view at the southernmost of the crater rim, giving capturing scene over the Bali volcano.

Tour Packages Kintamani Volcano Bali Tour
Tour ID KVT-01
Tour Duration 8 – 9 hours (Full Day)
Tour Itinerary
  1. Batubulan Village
  2. Celuk Village
  3. Batuan Village
  4. Mas Village
  5. Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)
  6. Coffe Plantation
  7. Lunch
  8. Tirta Empul Temple
  9. Gunung Kawi Temple
Tour Prices IDR 550,000 / vehicle
Vehicle Capacity Maximum 5 persons
Pick Up Time 08.00 AM
Pick Up Location Covered Canggu, Seminyak, Legian, Denpasar, Sanur, Pecatu, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Ubud, Kuta, Benoa Harbor, Airport.
Please contact us for pick-up in other areas in Bali.
Price Included
  1. English Speaking Driver
  2. Tool Fees
  3. Petrol
  4. Parking Fees
Price Not Included
  1. Lunch
  2. Entrance Fees
  3. Personal Expenses (shopping, etc)

Full Day Kintamani Volcano Bali Tour Itinerary

Below is the Kintamani Bali volcano tour itinerary in one day from 7 hours to 9 hours with the selections of best Bali tourist attractions from Bali Places Tour. Please noted that the full day itinerary of Kintamani Bali volcano excursion is private, which is only you (your family or your companions) and our tour driver. Check out as well our Bali half day tours programs for many other itineraries which are available in half day if you wish to do a sightseeing tour for a short day only.

1. Batubulan Village : To Watch Barong and Keris Dance Performance

The number one destination to go on Kintamani mountain trip is the Batubulan county to enjoy the Barong & Keris Balinese dance performance. Batubulan is commonly known for the center of stone carvings on the Island of Bali.

Barong” on this dance show is a lion-like creature and character in the mythology of Bali. He is definitely the king of the spirits, superior of the hosts of good, and the opponent of “Rangda“, the demon queen and mother of the majority of the spirit guarders in the mythological beliefs of Bali. The fights between Barong and Rangda is demonstrated in Barong dance overall performance to represent the unending battle between bad and good or right and wrong.

2. Celuk Village : To See Gold and Silver Craft

Celuk is the second place to be visited in the number of Bali Kintamani volcano day trip program. Celuk is the famous town on the island being a touristic region mainly because of its locals are typically active and also great for making designs to the gold and silver jewelry manufacturer.

The majority of these gold and silversmiths maintain their work in most recent design and style in conditions when they are ordered. Along the major roads, we are able to easily find out lots of art stores and also jewelry factory. Each art shop has a workshop where the cust

3. Batuan Village : To See The Balinese Art Painting

Batuan is included in our selections of Kintamani tour Bali volcano, its location around 9 km or merely an estimated 20 minutes from Ubud center area. Batuan is a village in Bali, Indonesia. It is by far popular for its artworks and style of hand painted drawing which was started in the village in the 1930s and has since shown up in a primary Balinese art style, often referred to as a Batuan painting style.

Batuan is certainly the main painting central and has a range of art galleries and participating art communities that have given most in motivating the art painting of Batuan.

4. Mas Village : To See The Balinese Wood Carving Craft

The following place to go in Kintamani volcano day trip activities is to stop at Mas wood carvings central. Mas is a village near the area of Ubud, Gianyar regency, Bali. Mas is recognized for the wooden created handicrafts and furnishings with outstanding export quality and very well processed and also evaluated.

Mas is a center area of wood carvings in Bali island, most of the adult people in the town of Mas may carve the timber crafted statues and furniture items with various models and magnificent creativity, lots of members of the family in Mas creating wooden crafts for retail and export. Here we can find varied galleries from small to the big one to show and sell wooden arts and crafts that have been acknowledged internationally.

5. Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) Temple Bali

The next tourist attraction to visit in Kintamani highland volcano tour is Goa Gajah Temple or commonly known as Elephant Cave Temple. It is situated in Bedulu village close to Ubud town, built in the 9th century and it offered as a sanctuary. At the facade or outside of the cave is a relief of varied scary creatures and demons carved within the rock at the cave front. The main figure was once regarded as an elephant, that is why the nickname is Elephant Cave.

The place is stated in the Javanese poem Desawarnana written in 1365. A wide showering area on the site was not dug until the 1950s. These seem to have been built to defend and protect against bad spirits. This site was put into the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative Listing on October 19, 1995, in the Cultural category.

6. Coffee Plantation : To Visit The Popular Luwak Coffee Plantations

The following place to see on Bali volcano Kintamani day tour is to visit the coffee plantations in the direction of Kintamani mountainous areas. Did you know regarding “Luwak Coffee“? It is one of the finest coffee on the globe.

Luwak Coffee or Civet Coffee (Indonesian: Kopi Luwak), signifies the coffee containing part-digested coffee cherries swallowed and defecated by the Asian palm civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus). For those who really like caffeine, then we are going to stop here to see how the operation of processing The Luwak Coffee conventionally but the cleanliness kept in priority, and the pleasing thing is we are able to taste it or even buy it.

7. Buffet Lunch in a Restaurant at Kintamani

We are going to stop at the restaurant for having lunch with awesome landscapes and fresh cold ambiance of the mountainous areas of Kintamani Bali. Kintamani is a highland area of north-eastern Bali at the Mount Batur caldera, it is widely known as just Kintamani.

It is situated on the rim of the big Batur caldera about 1,500 m above sea level and provides gorgeous views of the lake Batur as well as the Mt. Batur that is certainly noted for the most active volcano on the island of Bali, Indonesia.

8. Tirta Empul Temple

The next destination to be toured on the Kintamani mountain excursion is The Tirta Empul Water Temple Bali, Tirta Empul temple (Indonesian: Pura Tirta Empul) is a Hindu Balinese water temple positioned around the area of Tampaksiring, Bali, Indonesia

The temple yard contains showering structure, famous for the holy spring water, where Balinese Hindu people go to visit for ritual purifying. The temple pool consists of a spring which supplies out clean and fresh water continuously. Tirta Empul means Holy Spring in Balinese.

9. Gunung Kawi Temple

The last place to be visited in Kintamani volcano tour is Gunung Kawi temple. It is an 11th-century temple and funerary compound in Tampaksiring region Bali, Indonesia, that is expanded on both side of the Pakerisan river. It forms 10 rock-cut shrines which are carved into certain 7 metres-high (23 ft) secured fields of the solid cliff face.

These kinds of funeral monuments are considered committed to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty and his beloved queens. On the east area, there exist five temples which are dedicated to King Udayana, his queen Mahendradatta, and their sons AirlanggaAnak Wungsu, and also Marakata. The temples on the west part are devoted to the king’s minor queens or concubines.

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