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Bali Ubud and Uluwatu (8D/7N)

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Explore Bali’s artsy Ubud and the wonderful beaches of Uluwatu on this week-long trip to “Bali Ubud and Uluwatu” The mystical images evoked by the name of Bali have attracted countless travelers over the centuries.

With warm and hospitable islanders with lively and shy smiles, Bali is a famous tourist destination for its exquisite arts, magnificent landscapes, beautiful beaches and thousands of temples. Come and enjoy this culture while spending a dream vacation.

  • 7 Nights
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Pickup: Denpasar, Bali (DPS)
Itinerary Bali Ubud and Uluwatu


Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport, you will have to pass immigration, take your luggage and at the exit we will be waiting for you with a sign with your name to take you to the hotel in Ubud. Welcome to the island of the Gods.

Ubud is an area of rice fields and unspoiled nature located in the center of the island. During the journey you will be able to discover the different villages of Bali, each of them specialized in one of the many typical crafts, with woodwork, stone sculptors, silver goldsmiths or painters. You will begin to notice the essence of Balinese culture, the thousands of temples that dot this island and you will feel the aroma of incense that perfumes all Bali.

We will drop you off at your hotel where you will check in and have the rest of the day to yourself. Welcome to Indonesia.



A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Wapa Di Ume Ubud – One Bedroom Pool Villa



Our first location today will be Goa Lawah, a cave “guarded” by thousands of bats. Their bodies are concentrated in such a small space that the surface of the upper wall appears to be an irregular muddy matter. Goa Lawah is a sacred temple and is surrounded by altars that protect the entrance.

Then, not far from there, we will reach Tenganan Village located in the northwest of Candidasa. Tenganan is a symmetrical Bali Aga village with walled houses and unique handicrafts. Here we can see the way in which true Balinese society lives its daily life through the traditions they have maintained, regardless of external cultural influences.

The next visit is the royal water garden Tirta Ganga. It is the favorite retreat in the municipality of Karangasem, east of Bali. Built in 1946 during the reign of Karangasem’s last king, Anak Agung Ola Karangasem Anglurah (1887 – 1966), Tirta Ganga saw a series of restorations after hot showers of volcanic ash from the 1963 Mount Agung eruption. The luxurious water gardens owned by the royal family of Karangasem features a spacious pool area, ponds and fountains surrounded by well-cut lawns adorned with steps, ornamental statues and tropical gardens. Enjoy the time admiring the beauty of this palace.

Then we return to hotel.

Meals: Breakfast


A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Wapa Di Ume Ubud – One Bedroom Pool Villa


Our wonderful tour begins today at Kehen Temple. It is an ancient Hindu temple complex with unique architectural features. The steps extending from the ground to the courtyard and central hall of the temple are mythical figures of sandstone animals and Balinese folk statues. The walls of the temple are also adorned with Chinese porcelain dishes, which are a tribute to the historical relations between the local kingdom of Bali and China.

Afterwards, we continue to Penglipuran, a village that managed to preserve its 75-hectare bamboo forest located in the northern part of the village. The members of this village have a strong commitment to the “ayahan desa” system, a philosophy committed to respecting the land on which the village is located. 

We continue our march to reach Kintamani where we will enjoy the beautiful view of Danau Batur along with Gunung Batur in the background. Danau Batur is the largest lake in Bali that works as an irrigation source for all the farmers around it and the water use for the entire Balinese society in general. Since 1800, Mount Batur has erupted more than 20 times and is still active till now. Mount Batur, with 1. 717 meters high, is considered the female element, next to the male element of Mount Agung.

We return to the hotel to rest.

Meals: Breakfast


A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Wapa Di Ume Ubud – One Bedroom Pool Villa


Today you will quietly enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and the rest of the day will be free for you. You can take advantage of the day for whatever you want, you can hire the service of a massage, enjoy a spa, walk and go shopping or simply relax and enjoy the hotel facilities.

We are in Ubud, here you can stroll through the local market, visit the hundreds of craft design workshops, sculptures, paintings in the shops that are on each side of the street. It is a perfect day to learn more about the daily activities of the locals, find a café overlooking the jungle or cross paths with a mischievous monkey on Monkey Forest Street.

At night there are performances of Balinese Dances, you can contact the hotel reception and request information to attend any of them. If you need recommendations of places to visit this day, do not hesitate to call us and we will advise you the best!

Meals: Breakfast


A. Komaneka Bisma – Bisma Suite

B. Wapa Di Ume Ubud – One Bedroom Pool Villa


After a good breakfast, we will pick you up for the transfer to your hotel in Uluwatu.

Meals: Breakfast


A. The Korowai Hotel – Ocean View Suite


According to the indicated time, we will pick you up at your hotel and start the route. On this half-day tour, we will go to the famous Uluwatu temple. One of the “Temples of the World” that is located at the western end of Bukit Badung, where cliffs about 100 meters high plummet over the Atlantic Ocean on top of a spectacular promontory. This temple, whose origins date back to the tenth century, is one of the Sad Kahyangan, or six Temples of the World. Hundreds of mischievous macaques also live on this site.

At 6 pm, in the same place, after doing the tour at the temple, we will enjoy the representation of the most famous dance of Bali, the Kecak Dance, on top of this cliff with the background of the Atlantic Ocean that is painted orange under the sky of the Uluwatu Sea. The Kecak Dance is a famous dance that emerged in the thirties in the village of Bona. The origin of this dance comes from the story of Ramayana, a Hindu epic text that had the help of an army of monkeys in the mission to rescue his wife Shinta from the clutches of the evil King Rawana. This dance has one hundred men seated in a circle who dance in unison, moving their arms and torsos, accompanying the performance with vocal choruses.

After spending a wonderful afternoon, we returne to the hotel to rest.

Meals: Breakfast


A. The Korowai Hotel – Ocean View Suite


Today, will be a free day for you. You will have your breakfast at the hotel. You can take advantage of the time for your personal things. You can hire a massage, shop, stroll along the incredible beaches of this area and enjoy its beautiful landscapes.

Meals: Breakfast


A. The Korowai Hotel – Ocean View Suite


Today is the last day of your trip in Indonesia. After having breakfast at the hotel, depending on the time of your flight, we will pick you up to bring you to Denpasar airport, where you can take your flight back home. Check-in and boarding procedures for departure on a regular flight back home. We wish you a good trip and thank you for marking your footprints on this land by the hand of Come2Indonesia. Sampai jumpa!

Meals: Breakfast


Photos Bali Ubud and Uluwatu

Price Includes

  • 4 Nights accommodation at your chosen hotel in Ubud
  • 3 Nights accommodation at your chosen hotel in Uluwatu
  • 2 days excursions in Bali with private guide in English (subject to availability)
  • 1X Half Day Tour Uluwatu and Kecak Dance
  • Airport transfers and other transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Meals, accommodation and activities as mentioned in the itinerary.

Price Excludes

  • Domestic/international flights. We can book them, ask your travel agent.
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)
  • Visa
  • Alcohol, soft drinks, personal expenses
  • Extra expenses due to causes beyond our control (force majeure) such as cancelled flights, natural disasters, illness, etc.
  • Everything not mentioned in "Includes"
Map Bali Ubud and Uluwatu


What is the best time to do this tour?

Our favorite time to travel to Indonesia is between April and October, although it is an excellent destination all year round that offers memorable experiences for all kinds of adventures. It is high season from July to August.

There is no rainy season in western and central Indonesia from April to October, and therefore the most popular time among travelers to come to western and central Indonesia. But if you prefer to travel from October to April, the eastern part of Indonesia, such as Banda and Raja Ampat, would be the best choice.

If you want to have a relaxing trip with fewer crowds, the months of April to June and september to October are ideal and a little cheaper. If you can only travel in “high season” but want to avoid the crowd, don’t worry because Indonesia still has many places little traveled by mass tourism.

What to bring?

Tropical areas are usually warm and often sweaty places, especially if you have Borneo or Sulawesi included in your trip. Check out our guide on how to prepare your trip to Indonesia:

  • Comfortable and lightweight shirts and at least a pair of long sleeves.
  • Comfortable walking shoes or trekking specials if your trip includes some more demanding trekking.
  • Shorts and long pants.
  • Some pairs of socks.
  • Waterproof Jacket.

Depending on the type of trip, you may also need these on your What to bring list:

Diving trips:

  • Diving insurance.
  • Diving certificate.
  • Nitrox Certificate (for those using Nitrox)
  • Diving equipment except tanks and weights. Consult your travel expert to find out whether or not the equipment is included in your booking.
  • Swimsuit / diving suit.
  • DIN or INT adapter
  • Flashlight.
  • Sunscreen SPF +40.
  • Waterproof bags.

Land Travel and Trekking:

  • Small backpack for important items daily.
  • Travel insurance, covering hiking and sports risk.
  • Trekking shoes (check with your travel expert if you need a Goretex or just a walking shoe)
  • Jersey (as in some high-altitude areas such as Mount Bromo, the temperature can be as low as 0 degrees)
  • Small or front flashlight.
  • Valid passport with Visa (or check if you are allowed entry with Free Visa)
  • Waterproof bag to store all important documents.
  • All documents for your trip: travel vouchers, tickets, contact numbers.
  • Credit card (credit cards are widely accepted in restaurants and shops. But in some major cities, a small fee may apply)
  • Cash in euros or US dollars (you can switch to Rupee in local currency when you get here)
  • Camera, battery and charger.
  • Adapter (220V is used in Indonesia)
  • International driver’s license (if you plan to drive on your own)
  • Mosquito repellent with DEET.
  • Hygienic travel kits (mask, disinfectant or antivirus spray, etc.)

How to get to Denpasar?

By Plane

The gateway to enter Bali on a flight route is via Ngurah Rai International Airport. International and domestic flights are available throughout the day, to bring you to the Island of the Gods.

Bali Airport closes once a year for 24 hours to commemorate the Balinese Nyepi or Silence Day ceremony. During this day no one can go out on the streets, or work and rest is given to all electronic products as well as cars, motorcycles, boats or planes. It’s a day of instrospection, leaving the whole island in absolute silence and darkness. Check with your travel agent for the date that corresponds to each year (changes according to the moon) and the conditions you have to follow if you are in Bali that day.

By land

You can enter Bali by land from Java. If this is your case, you have to prepare for a long road.

By sea

Bali is accessible by ferry from Lombok in western Nusa Tenggara and from the Gilis Islands. In Lombok, you can explore the beauty of Rinjani Volcano (if you’re on demanding trekking) and the pristine beaches of the Gili Islands and South Lombok.
From the island of Java, you can reach Bali by taking a ferry from Banyuwangi.


We have classified our tours into 3 different types of difficulty. Always check which one is right for your condition. If you have any questions, you can consult our travel expert.

Easy: Suitable for most people in good health. These trips can include short walks for days with around 2 to 3 hours on good roads and at low altitude.

Medium: A reasonable level of physical or technical condition is required, as these trips may require sustained resistance levels and travel may include longer days of approximately 5-6 hours of activity and/or higher altitudes as well as snorkeling in strong currents.

Hard: These trips are physically demanding and more suitable for people with a high level of endurance, good level of physical condition and regular exercise. The days can last about 7-8 hours of activity, often at high altitudes, in remote regions and sometimes without a nearby support vehicle. Travelers may need to carry their backpack or travel with trekking at night without access to normal bathrooms or accommodations.


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