Bali's Natural Beauty & Landscapes

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih is a village that has a vast expanse of rice fields with panorama of beautiful terraced rice fields located in the District of Penebel, Tabanan regency of Bali.

Jatiluwih village is famous as a tourist place with the beauty of rice terraces that still use the traditional rice field irrigation system of Bali, its location is close to the mountains Batukaru with a fairly cool air conditions.

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Village is located in Gianyar Regency, Bali Province, Bali Island, Indonesia. The village of Tegalalang is known for its beautiful natural attractions, namely the natural scenery of rice fields that stacked (terracing), which is on a steep hillside.

When entering the rice growing season, the scenery will look more beautiful with the dominant green shades. The green shades of this rice field will provide a cool and peaceful feeling for tourists.

The village of Tegalalang with green rice paddies and exotic scenery of hills is a special attraction that can be enjoyed by tourists. Many tourists who come to linger to enjoy the beauty of natural scenery in the village of Tegalalang. This beautiful natural landscape can be found alongside the road along Tegalalang Village.

Gitgit Waterfall

Gitgit waterfall is located not far from the tourist area Bedugul, precisely in the village of Gitgit, Sukasada, Buleleng district. If the city of Singaraja distance ± 11 km to the south and from Denpasar 90 km you only need to drive for about 30 minutes from Bedugul to get here. You can find the location of the Gitgit waterfall as it passes the route connecting Denpasar to Singaraja.

Gitgit waterfall has a large current with a cliff height of about 35 meters. The falling water rushed into the large pool beneath. The scenery around the Gitgit waterfall is still very natural. Fresh nuance served by the highest waterfall in Bali is suitable for nature lovers who like the activities of trekking or photography.

Ubud Monkey Forest

Ubud Monkey Forest is one of the leading tourist areas of nature reserves in Bali Province. Actually this sanctuary tourism area has the name of Mandala Tour Wenara Wana, but this tourist attraction is better known as the Monkey Forest Ubud.

As the name implies, Ubud Monkey Forest  is indeed located in the village of Ubud which entered in Gianyar regency, Bali province. From Denpasar, this sanctuary can be reached about 26 km. So for those of you who do not stay in Ubud then obliged to use car rental service in Bali to get here.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan waterfall is a nature reserve close to the city of Denpasar that has a clean water if not the rainy season, because during the rainy season the water will become turbid.

At Tegenungan waterfall you can sit back on the rock to enjoy the beauty of the waterfall and hear the roar of water, bathe or just play with water, or take pictures to capture the beautiful moments.

If you have enough guts, you can jump from the top of the waterfall, but need to know, although many people often do it, we advise you not to do because it is very dangerous and this waterfall area has no a lifeguard.

Buyan & Tamblingan Twin Lake

Lake Buyan and Tamblingan is a twin lake that is very fascinating visitors because of its natural beauty is still very natural, its nuance is calm, and peaceful. Besides presenting a beautiful natural scenery typical of other attractions in Bali, the two lakes are also not much polluted.

When visiting Lake Buyan and Tamblingan do not expect you will be escorted around the lake by motor boat for example, because it is not provided. The surrounding villagers are quite active around the lake only by using small boats called "pedahu".

Visitors who come to Lake Buyan and Tamblingan can do various kinds of water recreation such as rowing, fishing, and so on. The area around the lake is still lush and fresh because of the various groves are perfect for you who love nature recreation activities.

Bedugul Botanical Garden

Bali Botanical Gardens is a unique place on the island of Bali that combines botanical research, plant conservation, education and recreation. Here you can relax while enjoying the beauty and peace while studying the benefits of plants for people's lives. In the botanical garden you can see tropical rain forest plants and bird life.

The Botanical Garden is located at an altitude of 1250-1450 dpl, with an area of 157.5 hectares. The temperature during the day between 17 º - 25 º C and at night 10 º - 15 º C, with 70 - 90% humidity. As the weather is difficult to predict, always prepare warm clothes, umbrellas or raincoats.

Mount Batur

Mount Batur is one of the mountains in Bali which is still active apart from the majestic mountains in Bali. This mountain had erupted in 1917 and destroyed some of the housing and villages around this Batur mountain. But do not worry, though this mountain is active but still in a state of safety. In fact it has long since this mountain became a hiking object that is in great demand by the tourists.

Peak of Mount Batur has a height of 5633 feet or about 1717 meters. On the slopes of Mount Batur there is a lake which is also called as lake Batur. The lake is the largest lake in Bali. When we climb on Mount Batur, on the half way to the summit, we can already see the beauty of the amazing lake Batur. The vast blue overlays with other landscapes complement the beauty that our eyes can see as much.