8 - 9 hours
* Price displayed on this tour is per car
* Maximum 5 persons
One of the lesser known waterfalls in Bali. It is located north of Lake Buyan in northcentral Bali. Unlike many trails this is a completely natural trail and rarely hiked trail. Just past the waterfall is a water curtain of various trickles of water down a wall of lush rocks. It is on the crater rim road between Munduk and the main highway from Singaraja to Denpasar. This is not an easy waterfall to find. There is a faded sign leading down a small rural road away from Lake Buyan.
The path way to serenity If you come to Handara Golf and Resort, you must prepare your camera to take pictures of your every single moment you spend there, as you will see a lot of Instagram worthy places within the golf club & resort. One of them is the Balour Balinese gate of Handara-the path way to serenity. It has become a famous Instagramable spot in Bali. It is a popular landmark for tourists who seek for one of Bali’s top Instagrammable locations to have some iconic picture for your social media.
There is an enormous panoramic stone platform, open to the public, from which you can admire the spectacular Twin Lake View, caressed by the fresh mountain air in between the blue lake waters and lush verdant forest. It is located in Munduk, in the north of Bali, where the “twin lakes” Buyan and Tamblingan meet in a caldera, formed after a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago, creating a unique naturalistic panorama. Until 1800, the two lakes were united, but because of a landslide, they were separated by a natural land-bridge covered by rainforest.
Situated on the banks of Lake Bratan, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a major Shivaite temple. A UNESCO site, it’s one of the most visited places in Bali. Made of grey volcanic stones, this temple is an architectural wonder as well. It was built in the year 1633 and is dedicated to the water goddess, Dewi Danu. It is also considered to be the source of Lake Bratan and is a point of reverence for both Hindus and Buddhists.