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Ulun Danu Temple and Kembar Waterfall Tour in Bali

Ulun Danu Temple and Kembar Waterfall Tour in Bali
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$99
Duration: 1 day
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Description

This tour combines cultural and natural attractions all in one full day, small group tour. You will start off with a visit to the holy water temple called Ulun Danu which is situated by the shores of eerie Lake Bratan. Its look of floating gracefully above the water ultimately wins the heart of many photographers. A lush Secret Garden nestled in the deep of the Ambengan Village and an adrenaline jump from the 10 meter high Kembar Waterfall will definitely spoil you to the bones, especially for those who are not the faint hearted kind.

In this exciting tour, you will experience a lot of things including steep slopes up and downhill, muddy and slippery tributaries especially during rainy season, and a boatload of fun. Good trekking shoes with great grip is highly recommended.

You will be picked up 5:30am – 6:30am from your accommodation and will have a meet and greet with the team.

At 8:30am you will visit the water temple of Ulun Danu where you will also have breakfast.

Trek to the secret garden at 10am and jump off the Kembar Waterfall at 11am if you wish. At 1pm you can enjoy lunch before leaving the Ambengan Village at around 2pm.

You will arrive back at your accommodation at around 4pm.

Level of difficulty: moderate to difficult depending on season (subject to weather condition).
Pit stops: Water Temple Ulun Danu, Secret Garden, Kembar Waterfall, and Kroya Waterfall.

This tour combines cultural and natural attractions all in one full day, small group tour. You will start off with a visit to the holy water temple called Ulun Danu which is situated by the shores of eerie Lake Bratan. Its look of floating gracefully above the water ultimately wins the heart of many photographers. A lush Secret Garden nestled in the deep of the Ambengan Village and an adrenaline jump from the 10 meter high Kembar Waterfall will definitely spoil you to the bones, especially for those who are not the faint hearted kind.