Bali Landbased Adventures

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Last updated on June 21st, 2012 at 04:02 am



Mount Batur Sunrise Trek -
Kintamani 1780 metres above Sea Level This active Volcano is located in the north of Bali. Around 2hrs drive from Kuta/Sanur. This Volcano is located in the village of Penolokan. We start the Climb at 4am at Pura Jati Temple. With an experienced local Trekking guide we start the journey. With Torches to show our way we cover a mainly sand and volcanic rock base. The climb to the top takes around 1.5 – 2hrs. It is a very rewarding / enduring trek. Once we reach the top we are greeted by a magnificent Sunrise lighting up Lake Batur and the surrounding Mount Abang and Mount Agung and also you can see Mount Rijana in the neighbouring island of Lombok.
One at the top we provide you with a steamed Banana sandwich and steamed egg (which are cooked over the volcanic vents). We then continue around the crater to see the previous eruptions and there craters. A magnificent view for all. We start our trek back down around 8am arriving around 9am at Pura Jati.

TREK 1: Departing from Kuta / Sanur we pick you up at 1.30am and drive you to Pura Jati to meet our guides, after the trek we transfer you back to you hotel arriving around 1pm.
Cost is: $70Usd per person (min 2 people)

TREK 2: Departing from Kuta / Sanur we pick you up at 12.00noon and we drive to Kintamani (stopping to see Gunung Kawi Mountian Temple, Penglipuran Balinese traditional village, Toya Bungkak hot water springs) before we arrive at your hotel at the base of kintamani volcano. Your accommodation is very clean with basic fan cooled rooms. Enjoy the view of Kintamani from the restaurant. Then at 3.3pm the following morning we wake you up to go trekking. On arriving back to the hotel you can have a shower and then we will transfer you back to your hotel.
Cost is: $110.00Usd per person (min 2 people)

- Located at Nusa Dua Beach overlooking the INDIAN OCEAN with over 12 camels to take an adventure on, with your friend or partner, it is more than a Safari it is a whole new view of things.

take a glass bottom boat to Turtle Island and see the turtle breeding area, as well as gigantic snakes and komodo Dragon, then enjoy a Parasailing over the ocean, a 15 minute jetski ride around the harbour as well as a banana boat ride. Then it is off for a Camel trek through some villages.Then enjoy Dinner at the Nikko Hotel.
COST IS: $90.00Usd

- take a 1hour Camel Safari on the beach then into the villages passing the seaweed farmers, birds, wildlife, Hindu Temples, Irain Jaya village.
COST IS: $40.00Usd

- Same as Safari 2, but lunch or dinner is included at the Nikko hotel
COST IS: $65.00Usd

- Take the plunge in Bali looking over Kuta Beach by yourself or with your partner, 45m high bungy tower.
INCLUDES: 2 JUMPS, T-shirt, Insurance, certificate, free transfers

Harness in as you travel up to 120km in 1.5 seconds – PURE ADRENALIN
INCULDES: 1 x slingshot, T-shirt, Insurance, free transfers

ATV RIDES or BUGGY RIDES- 4 wheel motor bikes
This will thrill as well as give you the memorable chance to be part of Bali’s green/lush scenery of nature’s paradise. World-famous paddy terrace, flowing mountain streams and luscious forestry. Absorb the pure rhythm of Balinese nature and conquer the wilderness as the pioneers. You will be equipped with the top of the line vehicles and protected with reliable body gear, whilst a professional instructor is ensuring a pleasant and safe journey.
INCLUDES: Hotel transport, Lunch, mineral water, T-shirt or hat, guide, insurance.
PRICE:   PILOT/DRIVER SINGLE: US$78  per person TANDEM (1 driver and 1 passenger) $118Usd in total

MOUNTAIN CYCLING: COST: $65.00Usd perperson DEPARTS: Everyday
A guided exploration to Bali’s most exotic countryside. START from Kintamani Volcano (for breakfast) 20km ride of breathtaking views of Rice Paddies, Balinese Temples and villages line the route…visiit a tradition Balinese House and see the woodcraftsmen at work. End point is UBUD: where lunch is served.
INCLUDES: Hotel transfers, Breakfast, Lunch, Bike Guide, Mountain Bicycle and mineral water. Insurance

After being welcomed at our Saba Bay Stables, receive a full and comprehensive safety briefing from our professional guides before embarking on a memorable horse riding experience along the black volcanic sands and crashing waves of Saba Beach. Take a unique look at this seaside village as you pass the Pura Segara Wilis temple before heading out onto the wide sandy beach. In the distance is Nusa Penida Island and beyond on a clear day you will also see the silhouette of the great volcano Gunung Agung.Enjoy a peaceful ride along the beach before passing through bamboo and alang-alang plantations where wild banana trees and pineapples thrive. Also are many species of birds and a special temple dedicated to the annual rice harvest. Head back onto the beach and see the brightly coloured traditional fishing boats called ‘jukung’ before arriving at the Bali Mesari Villa for lunch and refreshments. (No experience necessary.)
COST IS: $65.00Usd Adults – $52.00Usd Children – $210.00Usd Family

Enjoy a day full of fun and adventure like nothing else! Get picked up in Bali’s coolest mode of transport – the VW Safari. Cruise through the rice paddies and sleepy villages of Bali with the roof down and the wind rushing through your hair! Stop at the Saba Bay Stables for a horse ride along the volcanic sands and crashing waves of Saba beach. After this it’s off to the lush Ayung valley for an unforgettable white water rafting adventure down 12km of incredible rapids set in tropical jungle scenery. After lunch overlooking the hills of Ubud head to the World Heritage Site of Jatiluweh – the world’s most beautiful rice paddies – where you will wind through the most beautiful views on earth.
COST IS: $156.00Usd Adults – $114.00Usd Children – $486.00Usd Family

The most classic of tropical journeys, pass through the village of Pejaten, famous for its ceramics, tiles and hand-made bricks. On to Asia’s largest Butterfly sanctuary; the Bali Butterfly Park affords a unique look into the life and times of these beautiful creatures. Yeh Panas Hot Springs is the next stop to take a dip in the steaming volcanic springs known for their warm mineral waters and ancient healing properties. A delicious lunch is served here. Return through Jatiluwih, home to the world’s most stunning vistas of terraced rice-paddies. An exclusive ‘Go Topless’ and an inspiring journey through Bali’s most untouched scenery and local villages.
COST IS: $96.00Usd Adults – $78.00Usd Children – $313.00Usd Family

There’s only one way to see the acclaimed natural World Heritage Site of Jatiluwih – and that’s to Go Topless! Pass through local villages and untouched countryside before arriving at Jatiluwih, home to the world’s most spectacular views of terraced rice paddies. Seemingly endless and serenely beautiful, this half day exploration is unforgettable and ultimately exotic.
COST IS: $65.00Usd Adults – $54.00Usd Children – $214.00Usd Family

Trek into the tropical mountain rain forest, near the lake village of Bedugul, where flora and fauna thrive. Experience crossing the calm lake waters in a traditional dug out canoe. This exotic trek into the heart of Balinese nature offers spectacular undisturbed natural beauty and photographic opportunities
COST IS: $67.00Usd Adults

Two – wheels show you the Bali you never dreamed of! Choose from 3 unforgettable biking adventures.…
‘Kintamani Volcano Cycling’ includes a light breakfast overlooking Gunung Batur Volcano and Lake before heading to the start point of this must-do adventure. Wind through local villages inaccessible by car, enjoy local refreshments of fresh coconut and visit a traditional Balinese house. As the local village children wave you on, finish in the artisans’ colony of Ubud with a feast at the Bridge Café
‘Balinese Village Cycling’ takes you through the back roads of the famous Carang Sari Village where you can glimpse the real life and culture of these amazing people. Cruise through untouched rice paddies, enjoy the local scenery and visit the Sangeh Monkey Forest to meet its cheeky inhabitants. Lunch is served overlooking panoramic vistas of nearby Ubud.
Jatiluwih Rice Paddy Cycling’ takes you to the World Heritage Site of Jatiluwih where you cycle through the most beautiful terraced rice paddies in the world before enjoying a sumptuous lunch overlooking the stunning scenery.
COST IS: $67.00Usd Adults – $46.00Usd Children – $203.00Usd Family

COST: Short ride (30min) $68USD – or Explorer full trek (1h10m) $103USD
Come and ride these magnificent animals from Sumatra. The trek takes your through a jungle valley enjoy the landscape of the camp, elephant pool, gibbon, local monkeys and birds.
Includes: return hotel transfers, welcome drink, cool face towel, Lunch, Softdrink and Insurance


Bali Beach Golf Course:
COST: Includes Return hotel transfers, green fee, caddy fee and government tax  (MIN 2 pax)
9 Holes -    $83.00Usd
18 Holes – $99.00Usd
RENTAL EQUIPMENT: Shoe Hire – $9.00Usd, Club, bag and Trolley Hire – 33.00Usd

The Grand Bali Beach Golf Course is an extreme challenge for accuracy and patience as many trees planted in the course area. Gear up and be patience. The course is located in front of the Grand Bali Beach Hotel which is located on Sanur Beach. You can play golf in beautiful pitch spoteed by shady pines and blazing hibiscus surrounding the hotel. Situated in the central of Sanur, this 9 holes golf course is operated by the Gand Bali Beach Hotel. It’s about 5 kms from Denpasar city or 15 kms from the Ngurah Rai International Airport. This court is an ideal one for those who has no little bit time to play golf among their busy in Bali. Open to both hotel guests and visitors, The Grand Bali Beach Hotel has a challenging 9-hole golf course with many trees. The clubhouse has a restaurant and bar. Equipment and caddy services are available. Those not ready for the course can practice at a driving range in nearby Renon. :: The clubhouse has a restaurant and bar.
:: Those not ready for the course can practice at the driving range.

Course Detail
Hole 1/10: Par 4
This is a good starting hole that plays dog leg left. Play center left to avoid bunker on the right. Long hitters could reach the open swale, which is 30m from the green. The green is slightly raised and easily accessible from the right. It has a few interesting pin positions, especially on the far left of the green.
Hole 2/11: Par 3
It plays 150m from the back tee. This is the only Par 3 on the course. The presence of a constant head wind makes the hole play longer. The green is elevated. The water in front of the green is in play and adds character to the hole. A beautiful hole that is set well amongst palm trees and water. Focus on the green and not the water. Extra club here is a good idea.
Hole 3/12 (320m): Par 4
The hole plays dog leg right. Good positioning on the left side of hole is key to the opening up for the approach. The green bowls out and receives shots well. The hole is well tree lined. Too far right would leave you with no shot to the green. Keep in mind of the cross wind.
Hole 4/13: Par 4
The hole plays dog leg left. Good tee-shot is played to the right. Most players will carry the open swale on their tee-shots. The green is slightly elevated. The green itself slopes back to+ front and is easily accessible from the right. Good idea to stay below the hole. The bunker in front of the green catches errant approach shots.
Hole 5/14: Par 4
The water feature near the tees sets up the hole. The fairway is rather narrow, and is tree lined. The bunker on the right should not come into play on most tee-shots. The hole plays against the wind and is longer than it appears. The green is well bunkered and accuracy is key on the approach shot. Pin position on the left will play tough.
Hole 6/15: Par 4
This longest hole of the Par 4’s bends right and is easily the most difficult hole on the course. All the trouble is on the left. The main concern is the approach shots over the lake guarding the green. The green runs away towards the right. Approach shots must avoid the bunker on the left. Weigh up the options carefully to avoid going away with a bad score. A par is good score on this hole.
Hole 7/16: Par 4
The hole plays straight. The main concern is the bunker on the right, which must be avoided at all cost. The green is elevated and very tightly guarded by bunkers. An extra club in this hole may not be a bad idea. Beware of the string of bunkers on the left towards the green. Three putts could be common on this green.
Hole 8/17: Par 5
The only Par 5 on the course. Errant tee shots will catch the bunker on the left of fairway. Shots played to the slope on the right side could set up well for the next shot, which must be positioned more towards the right before the lake. The approach to the green is most challenging. The green is very tightly guarded by the bunkers. Aim center left to avoid trouble. A true test of golf.
Hole 9/18: Par 4
The rather longish Par 4 is a good finishing hole. The hole bends right and the temptation is to cut the corner. This will considerably shorten the hole. But it is not without risks, especially the pot bunker on the right slope of this rather elevated fairway. The green is elevated and well guarded. Pin positions on the right can be challenging. A good par if you make it. Be aware of three putting on this sleek green.

Bali Golf and Country Club

Course Overview
Designed by Nelson, Wright, the 18-hole course has a Championship rating of 73.2; a tournament rating of 71.7; a resort rating of 70.4; and a ladies’ rating of 70.1. Nick Faldo holds the course record – a marvellous 63 shot at the Alfred Dunhill Masters in November 1994.
The longest hole is the 7th, boasting 580 championship yards. The trickiest? Whichever one you’re currently on! Watch out for some unusual terraced landscaping hazards that might just inspire a kind of longing for a good old-fashioned bunker.
Course details
Par: 72
Total yardage:
o Championship tees – 6 888
o Tournament tees – 6 469
o Resort tees – 6 036
o Ladies tees – 5 208

Nick Faldo has played here. So have Ian Woosnam, Vijay Singh and Colin Montgomery, amongst others. This comes as no surprise though, when you see Bali Golf & Country Club, undoubtedly one of the five best golf experiences in Asia, for yourself. The course at Bali Golf & Country Club is unique in that golfers enjoy two distinctly different nine holes. On the front nine you drive off into rain forest clad hills, moving onward to spectacular vistas out over the Indian Ocean to Nusa Penida and the volcanic mountains of East Bali, where Gunung Agung reigns supreme. The back nine sees golfers doing battle with giant coconut groves to stay on the carpet of verdant green fairways and greens, finishing off with the Indian Ocean practically lapping at your golf shoes. Of course, as spectacular as the views are, the objective in golf is always to keep your eye on the ball, remember?
18 Holes – Including RETURN HOTEL TRANSFERS: (Green Fee, Golf cart and caddy and 50 driving range balls)
SUNDOWNER: Tee off from 3pm and play as many holes before 6.30pm  including RETURN HOTEL TRANSFERS, Green fee, golf cart, caddy.

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