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Ubud and Tanah Lot Guided Private Tour in German

1. Ubud and Tanah Lot Guided Private Tour in German

Discover the home of over 500 longtail macaques with a visit to the Ubud Sacred Monkey Forest. Marvel as they roam free in their natural environment, and then take a scenic drive to the Tegallalang Rice Terraces.  Get some time for lunch at a recommended restaurant in Ubud, where delicious choices include authentic satay, suckling pig, grilled fish and local vegetables.  Continue in the afternoon with a visit to the royal temples and garden complex of Pura Taman Ayun, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011. End the day at Tanah Lot Temple and watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean.

Bali: Mengwi Taman Ayun Site and Sangeh Monkey Forest Tour

2. Bali: Mengwi Taman Ayun Site and Sangeh Monkey Forest Tour

Explore the former capital of Bali on a half-day tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mengwi is one of Bali’s most important historic sites. At 08:00 AM meet you private driver-guide and head off to Mengwi at Badung Rejency. Stop at Mengwi Royal Palace & Temple, a complex of Royal family garden and temple first built in around the 16th century. The next stop is Petang Village for Sangeh Sacred Monkey Forest. Discover the home of around 200 of Macaca fascicularis–Balinese long-tailed monkeys in their natural environment. Continue to Bali Pulina Coffee Plantation where you can take a break and learn how to process coffee. Taste several delicious coffee and teas made by locals.  Finsih up by driving through the Ubud countryside and get a chance to stop at a magnificent photo stop such as Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud Jungle Swing, or at Tegenungan Waterfall.

Ubud: 2-Day Heart of Bali Private Tour

3. Ubud: 2-Day Heart of Bali Private Tour

Day 1: Hotel pick up (9:00am) Artisan village tour (Celuk, Mas and Tohpati), to see the production of silver wood, and batik  Batuan temple Goa Gajah elephant cave  Saraswati Hindu temple  Monkey Forest  Campuhan Ridgewalk  Hotel drop off Day 2: Hotel pick up (9:00am) Tirta Empul water temple  Gunung Kawi temple Tegalalang rice terraces coffee, cocoa, and tea plantation visit Batur volcano Hotel drop off (please specify when booking the tour)

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The tour was connected with a lot of impressions. Unfortunately, you always had to drive a long time to the individual stations, but the roads there were also a mega experience. Something like this is really only here. Our guide was very nice and could explain a lot to us. He had simply pushed the sunset into the first place, so that we could have a look at the facility in peace without having a huge crowd. At the end of the four stations, he drove us to a coffee plantation. It was really the most spectacular of the day. We had a terrific view that cannot be compared to anything else. We can definitely recommend the tour if you want to catch at least a few small impressions of the beautiful country. Because all the admission fees (just under € 40 with the crossing over the "Autobahn") were included for two people, it is actually a good price.

It was an all-round successful and great day trip, which we initially even customized according to my ideas and Ketut's recommendations. In addition, we visited a beautiful waterfall, which was anything but crowded for tourists. I can highly recommend the private tour with Ketut, because his background as a local farmer conveys the Balinese life in an extremely authentic and varied way. He is a great guide, has a lot of fun, is very responsive to customer requests and definitely makes the day tour a great experience.

The tour started on time and both the guide and the driver were very friendly and courteous. During the trip to the sights we received a lot of interesting information about them, but also learned a lot about Bali and the everyday life of the locals in general and got a good insight. In addition, individual wishes were taken into account, such as visiting a traditional dance performance or trying Luwak coffee on a plantation.

Jani our German speaking guide was a very nice and funny person, we had a lot of fun with him that day. He showed us everything that was in the tour description and even more (pick-up, rice terraces, wood factory, farm with tea and coffee tasting, monkey park, two temples). It was very exciting to listen to him and we would book the tour again and again.

It was ok, the Guide was Berry frindly and spoke a very good german

I didn‘t see so much from Ubut, only the traffic , and the ricefields, we only Visite for lunch.