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Our Trekking Philosophy
Our range of well-organized trekking tours
put an emphasis on beautiful nature and physical effort,
rather than simply “visiting a natural site” like many other tour operators offer.
Of course, some of our treks do involve visiting villages and family household however we consider these villages to be places of interest along the way, rather than the major destination of our tours; the aim is to give a perspective on the local way of life and customs of these local people. Our guides
are very familiar with the villages and host families in which our
clients stay and can help facilitate cultural exchange.
All our trekking programs are fully inclusive and conducted by experienced English speaking guides. We aim to make your experience as comfortable as possible and provide appropriate material.
Be Within Nature
The mountain is Bali’s highest and holiest and it is regarded by many as the home of God. Located in Karangesem Regency, Bali Indonesia, it is also the home of Pura Besakih, Bali’s most sacred mother temple and stands at an impressive 3,142 meters above sea level which means that climbing to the submit of this mountain is not for physically weak persons or the faint at heart. VIEW DETAILS →
Mount Batur is one of the most sacred mountains in Indonesia according to the Hindu locals. Located in Batur Village, Kintamani District, Bali, Indonesia this 1,717 meter high mountain will leave you in awe of this natural beauty. Ever imagined standing on the top of an active volcano 1,717m above sea level? That’s exactly what this mountain offers you and more! It offers breathtaking panoramic, religious and exciting trekking routes. VIEW DETAILS →
Bali Jungle Trekking trek is essentially a leisure walk which provides an interesting insight into Bali’s natural environment. It provides a chance to experience the rich Bali culture, Bali’s sacred history, the sacred jungle, views of the jungle bird life, the beautiful unspoiled scenery, a peaceful trek in the fresh jungle air and much more. VIEW DETAILS →
Bali’s Cultural Landscape by UNESCO as a part of the Balinese Subak System. Jatiluwih Bali is a large area in the countryside which is mostly occupied by green rice paddies shaped as a terrace. The rice terrace stretches from the top of the mountains till the land meets the sea. Jatiluwih rice terrace is known by some travelers as Jatiluwih Green Land. VIEW DETAILS →