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The name Lovina refers to a stretch of seven traditional villages, which all merge into one over ten kilometers along the north coast. Impressive Balinese gates frame the entrances to the two roads where most of the restaurants and hotels are. The waters are calmer than in the south and the coastline in the north is fringed by quite narrow black sand beaches. Sunrise and sunsets are the highlight here. You will board a traditional outrigger boat to see a beautiful panorama of wild dolphins playing and jumping around you in their natural habitat with a breathtaking colorful sunrise sky in the background. Keep your camera ready to capture this magical moment.
Brahmavihara-Arama also known as Vihara Buddha Banjar is Bali’s largest Buddhist Monastery and it is located in the northern mountains near Lovina. Its name was given by the monastery’s late founding father, Bhante Giri, consists of three words: Brahma, Vihara and Arama, which combined, mean ‘a place for self-cultivation’. This temple has a lot of Hindu influences in the statues in architecture. Opened in 1970, Brahmavihara-Arama comprises a hectare of hillside with beautiful gardens, a flight of stairs lined with guardian statues, with each step being marked with aspects from Buddhist ‘eightfold path of enlightenment’ and an impressive mini replica of the world’s largest Buddhist archaeological site, Borobudur on its highest grounds.
Banjar Hot Springs, also referred to as ‘Air Panas Banjar’, are located approximately 5km southwest from the famous Lovina coast in North Bali. The centuries-old hot springs are set in the midst of the jungle in a beautifully landscaped tropical garden and have become a favorite retreat for both locals and international visitors. The hot water springs complex comprises three main pool sections constructed around a sulfuric water source coming from a volcano. The water temperature is around 37 degrees Celsius and is believed to have therapeutic virtues. The water gushes from the mouth of stone carved dragon-like creatures into the upper pool and it then overflows into the largest one. In the third and smallest one, the waters poors down via three 4 meter high spouts, giving you a strong, reviving massage.
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 hours […]