Bali East Map
Take your time,drive slow,there’s so much to see underway..
|The “Mother Temple” and East Bali|
Drive to Besakih through various villages visiting on the way a weaving factory, see the famous painted ceiling at the old “Palace of Justice” in Klungkung, and visit the school of painting in Kamasan. The “Mother Temple” in Besakih is Bali’s most holy and Indonesia’s biggest Hindu temple. It was build in the 11th. century in an altitude of 1,000 meters (3,000 feet) on the slopes of Mount Agung. You pass picturesque rice terraces on the way to the walled “Bali Aga” village of Tenganan, and continue to Candi Dasa on the East coast. On the way back it’s recommended to stop at the famous Bat Cave “Goa Lawah” with thousands of bats hanging from the walls.
Telaga Waja Rafting
|Telaga Waja Rafting starts your adventure at Telaga Waja river in east Bali below the great Mt. Agung.|
Once you paddle on the river., you’ll enter the secret beauty of Bali . through the pure nature, wild tropical forests, over hanging trees and vines creating a thrilling beginner-class rafting course. Enjoy the extremely clear water, flows around numorous hairpin curves and experiences out breathtaking grade 3 and 4 rafting through a deeply carved valley with towering waterfalls along 12 km course.
Nothing breaks the silence except the sounds of the forests and the rush of the river. At the last journey., are you dare to take our unforgettable challenge ending your adventure by hurtle down a 4 m waterfall at Bajing Dam at our finish point.? Enjoy the ride and give us all your best to tame the wild dragon on the best river in Bali . Our adventure will keep your adrenalin high but with lot of Action and fun.!!!
|Considered the “navel of the world” by the Balinese, Gunung Agung is the holiest mountain in Bali. Many Balinese believe that the gods raised the mountain as a place to view the rich parade of life below. This occasionally active volcano (the last major eruption occurred in 1963 with devastating results) stands at 3,014 meters. Bali’s most sacred temple, Besakih actually sits on its slope. The adventurous traveler can attempt to climb the volcano between July and October. Be sure to hire a guide, as the route is long, difficult and dangerous.|