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Find Top 5 Bali Hidden Charms through Its Hiking Tour

Beaches, temples, cultures, and artworks are something common in Bali. The trekking tour is one of the best ways you can do to enjoy Bali from a different perspective. It is the perfect way to explore the truly natural side of the island that most tourists do not know. Our Bali trekking tour company will take you across scenic hills, lush rain forests, towering volcanoes, paddy fields, meandering rivers, cascading waterfalls, and more. The trekking tour will challenge your adventurous side and adrenaline. Ranging from the easiest to the toughest, you can always find the trekking tour that will be suitable the most with your need.

#1. Mount Batur

Mount Batur sunrise trekking is one of the most famous trekking tours in Bali. Lies at the height of 1717 meters above the sea level, Mount Batur is the second highest mountain after Mount Agung. However, it is considered to be the most challenging trek on the island. The spectacular sunrise views from the top of the mountain are the tourists’ favorite. You can also view the fantastic and breathtaking views of Mount Rinjani and Caldera Lake from distance. You will be entertained with tame and adorable grey monkeys when you step down the mountain. Meanwhile, the natural hot springs at the slope of the mountain are such a sweet reward after your hard work.

The Mount Batur trekking price is relatively affordable. The ticket price for Batur natural hot spring is 200.000 IDR per person for Batur Natural Hot Spring and IDR 300.000 per person for Toya Devasya Hot spring. You can soak your body in this natural hot spring after tiring from your four hours walking up and down. However, the place is relatively crowded. If you want to get more privacy, you can choose Tirta Sanjiwani.

#2. Mount Agung

Mount Agung is considered to be the most sacred highest point in Bali. With the height about 3,142 meters above the sea level, Mount Agung is the first highest peak on the island. This mountain is still active until now with the last big eruption in 2018. Just like Mount Batur, Mount Agung trekking also offers breathtaking sunrise views. Your Bali trekking tour at Mount Agung can be started from the great Temple of Besakih. The travelers usually end the trekking tour at Pasar Agung Temple which is located at the bottom of Mount Agung. The trek offered will be suitable most for experienced and sturdy hikers since it has some of the toughest trails.

#3. Tegalalang Rice Field Hiking

Another hidden charm in Bali that waits to be explored is the Tegalalang rice field. Your Bali trekking tour in the rice field offers one of the most scenic hiking trails in the island. It is a home of green terraced rice plantation that is located on the bank of a hill. There are a lot of coconut trees surround the beautiful rice field.

#4. Tirta Gangga Paddy Field Trekking

Tirta Gangga paddy field is not only beautiful but it also offers challenging hiking trails for trekking addicts. There are a lot of breathtaking views to see while completing the trek. You can also visit Tenganan Temple and hike to the forest during your Bali trekking tour in Tirta Gangga paddy field. There is also the magnificent Tirta Gangga Water Palace to visit on the way of trekking. You can see artworks made by local people while hiking to Buda Keling Village.

#5. West Bali National Park Trekking Trails

Another challenging trekking trails in Bali can be found in West Bali National Park. It is the home of various endangered and endemic animals such as black macaque, leaf monkeys, Bali starling, and barking deer. The park is also the home for some of the rarest plants, dense canopies, conservation forests, and dive sites. Get everything you need to know about your Bali trekking tour in



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