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Beji Guwang Hidden Canyon Trek Follow a section of the Oos River for a beautiful two hours trek in the rocky Beji Guwan hidden Canyon located between Ubud and Sanur. Depending on the section the water can sometimes be ankle deep and in some other you may have to swim a little. The water level changes depending …
Lempuyang Temple Trekking Pura Lempuyang Luhur is one of the oldest and most sacred temples in Bali, in fact Hindus believe they should visit it at least one time every 10 years and that one should not …
Mont Batur is one of the most inspired places in Bali. I would love to take you on an unforgettable sunrise climb combined with relaxing time in beautiful hot springs. This 1 717 meter high active volcano is located in Kintamani area and it takes approximately 2 …
Please know that the prices for trekking are per person and for pick-up in Ubud area.
Please contact us to ask the price for pick-up in a different area.
The real experience of climbing Mt Batur :
I wake up, stretch as cats do and drink a warm cup of coffee before hopping in the car to go pick-up my customers at their hotel. People are usually quite sleepy at 2 am in the morning, but not when you are excited and eager to climb a volcano and see one the most spectacular sunrises of your life.
So we have a nice chat on the way to Kintamani. I ask this young couple of friends if they feel ready for the climb and we are already having good laughs and taking bets on how long it might take us to reach the top.
Once on the parking at the feet of the majestic Mont Batur, I give them some last pieces of advice before handing over flashlights and bottles of water : “Just bring the essentials : a warm jacket, your camera and your best spirit !”
We were now ready to get to our starting point and begin the ascent. It was a clear night and we could see so many stars in the sky. Unfortunaltely, the slopes up the volcano are quite slippery which means that we better be careful and focus on where we step but nothing can break our spirit ! In the obscurity it is quite difficult for newcomers to tell how far they have come and how far is the top… but this is probably a good thing !
We challenged ourselves to the top, taking breaks every 10 minutes or so to catch our breath and drink water. At some point, looking up we saw the dark night sky instead of more rocky slopes and we knew we finally made it ! The view over the Kintamani area was so rewarding ! Soon the sky colors started to change and we all enjoyed this magical moment sipping our coffees.
Breathing the fresh air on top of this sacred volcano while feeling the first rays of sunlight warming up our tired bodies is an almost therapeutic feeling ! You have to come and try it for yourself !!!