Munduk is the perfect place for outdoor activities because it has lush tropical rainforests, lovely waterfalls, and relatively cool temperatures due to higher elevation (68-77°F). It has a unique climate and plenty of rainfall, so; there are many fruits, vegetables, and spices grown in the area that contributes to its ‘Garden of Eden’ feel.
You will enjoy a pleasant trekking adventure around Munduk for two hours with the tour guide and explore its three significant waterfalls and several plantations, including coffee, cloves, and local spices.
We will stop at a local restaurant for lunch on the way back to the hotel.
Check out hotel in the afternoon and proceed on a scenic drive along a small mountain road and halt at a viewpoint overlooking the ‘Twin Lakes’ of Buyan and Tamblingan that is just on the side of the road. This viewpoint is considered to be one of the best viewpoints in Bali.
From here, continue to Lake Bratan for a visit to Ulun Danu Temple, which is one of Bali’s most beautiful temples. It is set in the middle of the lake’s calm waters on a small bit of land, giving it the impression of floating’.
Visit the nearby traditional local market of Bedugul where fresh fruits, vegetables, and orchids are for sale from the area’s gardens. And there are also stalls selling exotic spices and souvenirs.
Later, return to the south, stopping along the way to visit the UNESCO Heritage-listed rice fields of Jatiluwih. Here, take a leisurely one-hour walk through the terraced rice fields and learn about the subak style of rice production in Bali.
We will continue to Umabian and check-in to the hotel for the evening (43 miles, 2 hours 20 minutes).
Dinner at the hotel.