Day 1: Hotel-Goa Lawah-Tenganan Village Tour-Jungle trekking (L,D)
- Goa Lawah Temple. In this temple (centre of Goa Lawah, Jeroan) has a cave inhabited by thousands of bats as a natural habitat.
- Traditional Village Tenganan. Tenganan is one of the Baliaga (Balinese origin) village in Bali. They still holds to the original traditions, ceremonies and rules of ancient Balinese, and its unique village layout and architecture. It is known for its “gamelan selunding” music and “gringsing” double ikat textiles. On this day You will learn about local culture and tradition while you visiting the traditional house of Tenganan.
- Tenganan Jungle Trekking. The community of Tenganan village has particularly its own rules in managing their forests. They have to get permission from the Loca leader to be cut down the tree. Some fruits also should not be picked from the tree, and should only be used when it fall.
Day 2 : Textile Weaving Techniques in Tenganan-Virgin Beach-Taman Ujung-Tirta Gangga (B,L,D)
- Learn of Weaving Techniques with Local. Tenganan has a loval weave called pengringsingan. It’s the only Indonesian weave that use double ikat technic and completed for 2-5 years.
- Virgin Beach. This hidden beach has tremendous charm with white sand. The beach is the only white sand Candidasa area. At this location you can sunbathe or walk down the beach. Some local also provide snorkeling equipment for those who want to observe underwater life.
- Water Palace of Taman Ujung. This water palace was built by the late raja of Karangasem. The complex consists of various large pools and historic structures set against a backdrop of Mount Agung. It has a combination of Balinese and European architecture.
- Water Palace of Tirta Gangga. This water gardens owned by the royal Karangasem family. The park has 1,2 hectare with pools, ponds and fountains, stepping stones, ornate statues and tropical gardens.
Day 3: Check out-Padang Bai-Kertagosa-Kusamba (B)
- Padang Bai and Bloo Lagoon Beach. Padang Bai and Bloo Lagoon are still in one area. With a view of the harbor to cross over to the Nusa Penida and Lombok islands has beautiful underwater scenery with its coral garden. You also you can rent a traditional fishing boat through the beach.
- Kertagosa. Kertagosa is the Hall of Justice and a part of the former Semarapura Palace, home to the highest ruler of Bali. The ceilings of two pavilions in Kerta Gosa are richly decorated with traditional-style paintings that illustrated stories from the Hindu epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana.
- Traditional Fish Market of Kusamba. Kusamba Traditional fish market is used by fisherman as the first place to sell their fishes to the fish traders. You can see the traditional fish processing in this area. Kusamba also a small port for Nusa Penida people to obtain their daily stuff.
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- Accomodation (twin sharing homestay)
- Breakfast (2 x), Lunch (2 x), and dinner (2 x) as per itinerary
- Transportation and guide as long as the trip as per itinerary
- Entrance and parking fee to the tourist object
- one bottle of mineral water per person per day
- Local guide for trekking in the Tenganan forest
- Weavers who describes the process of making Tenganan Pegringsingan
- Airplane ticket, airport tax and porter
- Optional tour, tipping for guide/driver
- Extra added to food or drink menu
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