EXPLORE THE EMERALD ISLE
Interact with rescued Sumatran elephants. Mason Elephant Park protects and houses 31 endangered elephants, which guests can feed and ride. Enjoy the lush park, while getting to know an endangered species, specially tended to and protected on the grounds.
Located on 12.5 hectares of land in the heart of Ubud, the Monkey Forest has temples, water features, and feeding areas for monkeys. The Monkey Forest is a tourist attraction, but is also a conservation oasis for the Balinese long-tailed monkey, and a spiritual area for the larger community.
Unique from other waterfalls in Bali, Tukad Cepung is located down a cliffside. It is encased in a rock formation and, at times, the waterfall is lit with sunlight offering a rainbowed mist. Expect to spend several hours enjoying the waterfall and cave-like nature while swimming, wading, and enjoying nature’s beauty.
Tegenungan waterfall is an example of nature's blend of raw power, awe, and depth. The water cascades down from a jungle cliff and collects in a pool which is suitable for swimming by confident swimmers. Located approximately 30 minutes from Ubud, Visit Tegenungan Waterfall early morning for the best experience.
Kintamani’s hot springs are located in the northeast of Bali at the base of Mount Batur, overlooking Lake Batur. Colorless and odorless, the mineral water is heated deep within the Earth and is said to have curative properties. Enjoy the spectacular view as you soak in the heated spring pools, which is especially refreshing after a Mount Batur sunrise hike.
Be sure to tour the rice fields and learn about Bali’s agricultural system, rice cultivating traditions, and local farming practices.
Interact with Bali’s array of wildlife while trekking through the jungle. Your guide will lead you along paths, ancient temples, and ravines. Learn about the ecosystems as your guide introduces you to the native flora and fauna of Bali, and local culture of everyday Bali.
Enjoy an herb walk and learn about Bali’s herbal medicines and the many plants that grow naturally in the rice fields, jungles, and along the ravines. Your experienced guide will share expertise on Bali’s medicinal plants, teaching you how to use plants for healing and about traditional Balinese herbal medicine practices.
Visit Bali’s iconic rice terrace, Jatiluwih, a cultural landscape heritage site. Experience the breathtaking 180 degree views and panoramic landscape, while seeing Bali’s centuries-old cooperative irrigation system, the subak. You will get to learn all about how Balinese farmers continue to maintain the site today.