We start your Batur adventure by making our way to the incredible view of the Bali sunrise from the Mount Batur view point. We then continue through the lava fields, jungles, and pine forests of Mount Batur, where you will have the opportunity to navigate through rough terrain and explore the unique volcanic formations that dot the area.
The Mount Batur Sunrise Trek is one of our most popular tours for good reason. Not only do you get to explore an active volcano and get up close and personal with one of Bali’s most sacred mountains, but you also get to experience spectacular views of the sun bursting onto the horizon in a riot of oranges and yellows and slowly spreading over the caldera and lake below.
Best trek for bird watchers and wildlife lovers! Climb through the tropical forest and look for forest eagles, civet cats (luwak), deer, monkeys, butterflies and more!
Also known as Pucak Mangu, Mount Catur is located in Bali’s central highlands, and it is the fourth tallest mountain in Bali at 2,096 meters. The trek starts at Lake Bratan and follows a trail along the edge of the lake before making its way up the mountain in a gentle incline that steadily increases as you get higher. Most of the mountain is covered in forest, but every so often you can catch glimpses of the lake below. From the top you can see all of Lake Bratan and Bedugul spread out before you. The trek up takes about 2 to 3 hours.
One of the most exciting and easiest ways to see the natural beauty of Mount Batur is on a Black Lava Jeep Tour! Hop on a 4WD vehicle to traverse the rugged terrain leading up the volcano and learn about the fascinating history and geology of Mount Batur and the Kintamani area. Then power through the lava fields and up the side of the volcano, stopping at various points like the Lava Ball holy lava cave, the 1964 eruption site. Be sure to bring your camera because the scenery here is simply spectacular!
Overnight excursion to the Kawah Ijen (lonely crater) volcano and lake near Banyuwangi, East Java. Mount Ijen is home to the rare “blue fire” phenomenon, where you can witness dancing blue flames from the high pressure release of sulfuric gasses. This phenomenon is known to occur in only two places world wide.
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