Bali Mount Trekking

Mount Batur or Gunung Batur in the Kintamani region of Bali is an iconic, extremely most active volcano that draws tourists in with both beauty and promise of adventure. Rising to 5,633 feet, Mount Batur can be summited by physically-fit hikers in around two hours. Climbing Mount Batur offers a rare opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable sunrise from the top of an active volcano. The views of Bali from the top are stunning.

Part of Mount Batur’s massive caldera is filled by Danau Batur, Bali’s largest crater lake. A smaller stratovolcano juts out of the water 2,300 feet and frequently reminds the local villages that they are situated on top of a geological time bomb.

Excellent views of Mount Batur can be photographed from the nearby village of Penelokan in Kintamani. Other small villages and settlements established around the rim of Mount Batur offer great vantage points and opportunities to explore the surrounding area.

Mountain Trek
Most people begin the climb up Mount Batur from the village of Toya Bungkah. Fit trekkers should plan a minimum of two hours to reach the summit, although inadvertently taking the wrong path can increase the time required.

Unexpected showers frequently pop up in Kintamani, making the paths up Mount Batur slippery and potentially dangerous. Trekkers should wear proper shoes as the shale becomes loose. The sharp volcanic rocks will make short work of sandals – and feet – if you hike without proper protection.

On the way back we can stop at:

The BAS ( Buana Amertha Sari )
Coffee plantation is in the northern part of the island of Bali. If you love your coffee, this is a place you must visit while in Bali. Here they grow and process all of their famous Bali coffee.You can sample their different varieties of coffee, tea, and cocoa; and also see the Luwak animal that eats the beans, which are then processed after the beans are digested to make one of the most expensive coffees in the world.As you enter, you can see a wide range of plants that are grown here, not just coffee, but many different herbs and spices. There is a gift shop where you can purchase their products, including spa products (aroma therapy).

Tegalalang Rice Terraces
Rice terraces at Tegallalang Village, this rice terraces has beautiful view with coconut trees and beautiful small river valley. Tegallalang Village well known with the village of handicrafts center especially for wholesale and export, a long of the road you will see a lot of shops, they sell variety of painted woodcarving with colorful designed. The painted woodcarving products that they sell made from very light wood with reasonable price, they do sell their handicrafts for retail too.

Mount Batur Trekking Price Option:

A. Mount Batur Trekking US$ 60/IDR 600.000 per person (min 2 person)
Tour Includes:

  • Pick up and return to your hotel by A/C car
  • Small breakfast
  • Fruits, mineral water on tour
  • Friendly, experienced local guides
  • Stop at Coffee plantation
  • Stop at tegalalang rice terrace.

B. Mount Batur Trekking, Hot Spring, Launch US$ 75/IDR 750.000 per person (min 2 person)
Tour Includes:

  • Pick up and return to your hotel by A/C car
  • Small breakfast
  • Fruits, mineral water on tour
  • Friendly, experienced local guides.
  • Entrance Ticket to Hot Spring
  • Launch at Kintamani
  • Stop at Coffee Plantation. (Get Bali coffee, Cacao Drink, lemon Tea and Ginger Tea )
  • Stop at Tegalalang rice terrace.

Pick up time:

  • Ubud -> 03.00 am
  • Sanur -> 02.30 am
  • Kuta -> 02.15 am

What To Bring:
* Modest cloth, hat, camera, money and sun screen.