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Day 01 : Transfer Airport to Hotel
Meeting sevice at the airport and transfer to the Hotel selected.
Day 02 : Ceningan Island Overnight Trips
While there might not be a great number of octopi under the sea around Ceningan Island, there is an awful lot of garden. Or more specifically, seaweed farms. Seaweed is the mainstay of the population of Ceningan and it can be seen everywhere, spread colorfully on tarpaulins, drying in the sun.
Ceningan is tucked behind the bigger, touristy island of Lembongan on Bali’s east coast. Life here is hot and relaxed. The seaweed farmers get up early to go out to sea, and rest in the heat of the early afternoon. Later, as the day cools, they go out again, and their boats can be seen crowding around their plantations, like a floating marketplace.
Go out with a farmer to see the seaweed plantations by foot or canoe. Learn how the seaweed is tied to frames to grow, and how it is harvested. If you’re game, have a go of carrying a basket of seaweed on your head, local style.
You can swim, snorkel and surf to your heart’s content. See a stunning array of fish and coral in the clear waters on the eastern tip of the island, or look for waves on the pounding southwestern coasts. Snorkeling gear is available, but bring your own surfboard.
Learn how to make some seaweed delicacies such as cakes and candies – much tastier than you’d expect!
|06.30||Pick up at your hotel lobby|
|07.00||Arrive at Sanur, catch traditional boat to cross strait to Lembongan island.|
|09.00||Arrive at Lembongan.Transfer to Ceningan by ‘Harley Davidson’|
|09.30||Greeting and welcome drink|
|10.00||Visiting sea weed cultivation and canoeing to the sea weed farm|
|13.00||Snorkeling to Toya Pakeh snorkeling site.|
|15.45||Riding ‘Harley Davidson’ to go around Ceningan, stop at Batu Melawang to see swallow cave and waiting for beautiful sunset.|
|06.00||Light breakfast, transfer to Lembongan|
|07.00||Depart from Lembongan to Sanur|
|09.00||Arrive at Sanur|
Day 03 : Kiadan Pelaga Village Overnight Trips
We will continue our trip to Kiadan Pelaga Village.Situated 1100 meters above sea level, southeast of Mt Mangu, cool and green Kiadan Pelaga is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the coastal towns. The vegetation here is lush, and can be seen stretching away onto distant forested mountainsides. Closest to the village, however, the earth is devoted to the village’s ‘brown gold’- coffee. Activities you may choose from in Kiadan Pelaga include: Learning about, and helping with the coffee making process. Your village guide will bring you through each stage of the process, beginning from managing the plantation, picking the beans, drying, roasting and grinding. Along the way you’ll meet the farmers involved in each stage at that time, and learn the behind the scenes issues of staying afloat in the coffee business. Strolling through the village with your guide. This is your opportunity to hear about the unique aspects of Kiadan Pelaga history and culture. You will also learn about the natural resource management issues in the village. Stop to explore the village temple and a local spring, both rich with local beliefs. Trekking in the forest-gardens. Take to the mountains and enjoy the cool, earthy smells of the forest. Let your local guide tell you about the plants of the forest and the gardens and local conservation issues. You will reach a clear and clean river and hear the songs of native birds. You will be equipped with drinking water and a hiking stick as some of the slopes can be steep and slippery with lichen.
You will be greeted with a cup of organic Kiadan Pelaga coffee and Balinese snacks. A tasty Balinese lunch is provided on all day trips to Kiadan Pelaga. We will stay over night in the village, dinner, breakfast and lunch (if appropriate) will be provided.
09:00 – Pick up at Sanur
09.20 – Visit Gold and Silver work
09.45 – Visit Wood Carving
10.10 – Visit Batik Village
10.40 – Visit Balinese paintings
12.00 – Enjoy Balinese Lunch
13.00 – Visiting Traditional coffee processing
13.30 – Visit Coffee plantations • Coffee house • Coffee cultivation
14.30 – Subak abian (dry land farmer organization) • Original house of Kiadan ancestor
15.30 – Visit Raiforest • Mabong-bong • Bamboo •
16.30 – Visit Kiadan territorial temple • Spring water and Rice terrace
19.00 – Balinese Dinner
20.00 – Free Program
06.00 – Light breakfast
08.00 – Depart to Tenganan
Day o4 : Tenganan Pegeringsingan Village Overnight Trips
On the east coast of Bali, surrounded by high mountains, lies an ancient fortress village called Tenganan. Dating back to at least the 11th century, Tenganan preserves certain ways life lost to the rest of Bali. It is regarded by the Balinese as a ‘senior’ village.The uniqueness of Tenganan is evident the moment of stepping through one of the four gates in the wall that encloses the entire the village – Tenganan has a feuding past. Grey stones pave the roads and wall off the houses, each with exactly the same layout as the next. Gentle giants, the beautiful Balinese buffalo, loiter freely in shady spots. A guided stroll around the village (recommended). As the layout of the village is tied in with cultural beliefs, this is the best way to get an idea of what makes Tenganan ‘tick’. Pat the buffalo, visit the temples and hear about the system of rule in the village and what it means to worship, as Tenganan does, “Dewa Indra”, the Hindu deity of war.
Forest trekking. The locals know the forest around Tenganan intimately. A trek into the mountains will take you past many small hidden temples. Your guide will tell you about the tress used for building, for foods and for medicines. You’ll also learn about local rulings for the use of the trees- for example certain fruits (such as durian) which can only be collected after they fall from the tree naturally. At the top you’ll get a birdseye view of Tenganan and a refreshing forest drink straight from the heart of the sweet enau fruit.
Sit down with a Tenganan woman or man and learn the craft of weaving. The teaching of Tenganan’s double weave is forbidden (and in any case too difficult!), but there are other forms that can be learned. No doubt you will gain a new appreciation for the skill of Tenganan craftspeople.
08:00 – Pick up at Kiadan Pelaga Village
10.20 – Visit Traditional Geringsing double ikat weaving
11.00 – Visit Tenganan house compound
12.00 – Enjoy Balinese Lunch
13.00 – Visit Tenganan rainforest
13.30 – Tenganan territorial temple
14.00 – Visiting Rice terrace
15.30 – Visit Palm wine making process
16.30 – Palm leaf drawing
19.00 – Balinese Dinner
20.00 – Free Program
06.30 – Light breakfast
08.00 – Depart to Denpasar
Day 05 : Denpasar City Tour – Airport Transfer
Breakfast at hotel and departure: 08.30 a.m.
We will take you to visit Denpasar town with it unique and variety of local society life combines with the traditional Balinese culture activities. This tour is very interesting that you can see closely the real Balinese urban with their social life and traditional cultures. Places of interest that you will visit are traditional market, Jagatnata Temple , Bali Museum and Bajra Sandhi Monument . Your tour will be enjoyable and accompanied by our professional Driver with private full air-conditioning car transfer
Price : USD 500 / pax
The above price includes :
- Luxury Mini Bus AC transportation
- Tour as per program
- 4 Nights accommodation
- Korean speaking guide
- Entrance fees
- Full board Meal ( b’fast,lunch,dinner )
- snack in the village
- Mineral water during tour
- Tax & service
- Accommodation based on the above hotels mentioned on sharing twin
|Payment Policy :|
1 ) Beneficiary Name : HERU SUNANTO
2) Bank Name : BANK MANDIRI , cabang Nusa Dua
3) A/C No. : 145 000 529 6237