The Lovina Tour is a all day tour. Click here to see where Lovina is.
Lovina Tour Departs: Kuta. 8.30 am, Sanur. 8.30 am, Nusa Dua. 8.00 am, until finish and cost each day Au$60.00 per vehicle with driver for 10 hours plus $5.00 per hour after . I have done this tour myself and found it a very long trip so i recommend that it be over two days, if you do two days then please book a hotel for the night ( G’Day and Micky have family there so paying for their accommodation is not necessary )
(1) The temple location is in Mengwi village, Mengwi district, Badung regency, about 18 Kilometers from Denpasar. This temple built by I.Gst. Agung Putu (King of Mengwi), in the year 1632 AD – 1634 AD. Taman Ayun Royal Temple has been improved, as a consequence of the massive earthquake on Saturday 20th January 1917 AD, like the other temples in Bali the ritual ceremony is held every 210 days, and the temple is a place of ancestral worship, but also is a place to worship to say thank you for the world prosperity / fertility by sense of Hindu gratitude to the god.
(2) Lake Bratan is located next to Mount Bratan and Mount Catur. It is the second largest lake in Bali. The important temple of Pura Ulun Danu solemnly guards the lake. The resort area of Bedugul offers excellent views of the lake, as well as a number of water activities such as parasailing, swimming, etc.
(3) Gitgit falls is about nine kilometres from Singaraja towards the south. The road is steep and winding, it is accessible by car or motorbike but you have to walk the last part. If you need refreshments there are shops along the walk. You can park your vehicle at a parking lot on the Denpasar to Singaraja road from where you can see the waterfall. To get closer, you will need to walk. Sometimes the air will be misty. The waterfall is sixty metres high and as the water falls, it looks like white clouds falling down the mountain one after another. The falling water almost completely covers the rockface of the fall.
(4) Banjar hot springs is located west of Lovina, this is an enchanting hot springs with stone carved mouths gushing water and is beautifully landscaped with lush tropical plants. The waters are a naturally very pleasing temperature and have a high sulphur content. The whole experience here is extremely therapeutic and cleansing. Changing rooms and lockers are provided on site. The Banjar pools themselves look cloudy and have a slight sulphuric odour smell that is not offensive. Visitors are assured that the water is sourced directly from the spring. The smell will stay in your clothes for a couple of washes, so wear clothing that you are happy to have a slight smell for a little while (this isn’t the spot to just jump in wearing Western-style swimmers, check with your driver to see if a swim can be included )
(5) Lovina Beach which is a 12 km stretch of coast to the North West of Singaraja in North Bali. It is comprised of several narrow stretches of black volcanic sand. Lovina, like most of Bali, fills up with tourists from all over the world in August and Australians at Christmass. Located in district of Buleleng in the North of Bali, the area of Lovina still breathes a peaceful, rural atmosphere without the presence of any of the commercial, touristic rush, hustle and bustle one encounters in the South of Bali. Lovina has a slow pace of life in which time doesn’t seem to exist.
WHAT TO WEAR?
Light clothing, sandals or flat shoes, sun glasses and a bottle of water. For the middle of the day sun screen and hat. Some clothes if you want swim in the hot pools, camera and money.
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