Beratan Lake

      Created : 11 October 2017

    Tourist attraction Lake Beratan Bali, things to do around Lake Beratan Bedugul Bali Indonesia, the water temple of Pura Ulun Danu Bratan also located here. Beratan lake is located in the area of Bedugul, Candikuning village, Baturiti district, Tabanan regency Bali, approximately 55 km from Denpasar city, and it's located at an altitude ± 1240 m above sea level, the temperature in here at night time ± 18° c and at daytime ± 24° c. Lake Beratan has an area of about 375.6 hectares with an average depth of 22-48 m with an area of about 12 km around. This lake is the second largest lake after lake Batur  and this lake is very important as a main source of irrigation in central Bali

    Lake Beratan is very well known as the best tourist destination visited by many international and domestic travelers. The coolness of the mountains with a stunning view of the lake, temple and mountains and away from the noise of the city so that this place is becoming a favorite tourist destination and recommended place that must be visited while enjoying a holiday in Bali. It's also facilitated with adequate accommodation such as hotels, villas, restaurants and water sport activities such as parasailing, canoeing, water skiing. On the east side of Beratan lake there is Mount Catur, which is a very nice place for hiking, and not far from the lake Bratan there are also attractive places of interest such as Bedugul Botanical Garden. Bedugul fruits and vegetables market and also lake Buyan and lake Tamblingan.

    Ulun Danu temple also called Pura Ulun Danu is located at the edge of lake Bratan, Ulun Danu temple built in the early 17th century, serves to adore the majesty of God in order to invoke the grace of fertility, prosperity, human well-being and for sustainability of the universe. Ulun Danu temple looks very beautiful when the weather is sunny in the morning when the sun rises and the mist covered mountains in part, and the reflection of Ulun Danu temple looks beautiful from the Beratan lake so that this moment is very coveted by tourists and photographers to capture their precious moments.


    Catch sight of dolphins at Lovina Beach

      Created : 11 October 2017

    Dolphin watching tours at Lovina Beach remain one of the main nature attractions of this quiet and laidback coastal town in North Bali. What this black sand beach lacks in features when compared to the beaches around the island’s south, it makes up for with its frequent sightings of dolphin pods that favour these calm waters. Back in the days, every sunrise, local fishermen in traditional outriggers set out for their daily catches in the bay, and so did the dolphins. This unique kinship between humans and dolphins developed over time – hunting pods led local fishermen to where schools of sardines and mackerels, and likewise, dolphins joined in for a frenzy following the cast nets. Occasionally, the cetaceans would breach the surface to check out on the action above. Fishermen now regularly take visitors for a dolphin watching ride to see their aquatic friends from up closer.

    Several hotels in Lovina, such as Dolphin Beach Bali and The Lovina, can arrange for dolphin watching tours through their guest activities or concierge, in collaboration with the local fishermen who also provide their outriggers for rides. Tickets vary, ranging from USD 14.50 (IDR 200,000) and USD 18 (IDR 250,000) per person, but mostly depending on the number of participants per trip (to cover fuel expenses, and sometimes chum or regular fish food for fun feeding). A boat seats up to five or six. A typical morning starts off at the coast around 05:30 – you’ll have to get up early, and the guys are usually on-time, ready and waiting with their boats. Life vests included, you board and set out in the bay just before the sun rises. The boats are all motorised, usually getting you far out within minutes. At sea, the engine is stopped and the waiting game begins. At times, breaching dolphins can be seen immediately right as your boat reaches the open waters.

    You can glimpse several different species of dolphins, but most frequent are the dark-skinned spinner dolphin (Stenella longirostris) which visit Lovina’s bay all year round. Avoid rides between the months of February and April, when gusty weather becomes unfavourable for both the piloting fishermen and the dolphins themselves. A dolphin watching tour at Lovina Beach usually lasts up to half an hour. Back at the shore, be ready to be confronted by friendly peddlers offering woodcarvings and whatnot. At one point in the recent past, the increasing popularity of the dolphin watching tours at Lovina Beach led to somewhat crazy chasing scenes by many boat operators in the bay, as they all sped from one point to another at the most slightest sighting of a pod. This sparked concern over the aquatic mammals’ welfare, therefore the local government set rules and coastal conservation in place, establishing proper conduct among the local fishermen, for the environment and their own good.

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    Gitgit Waterfall

      Created : 25 September 2017

    Gitgit Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall located in Gitgit Village, Sukasada and Singaraja Regency. This waterfall is situated in the plateau area with the height about 35 meters. Furthermore, Gitgit Waterfall is surrounded by tropical tree and emits the constantly natural water debit during the year. Waterfall voice around the charming nature was amazing and it was the separate attraction which can be enjoyed by each visitor who comes to visit. There are some plantations protecting the rain forest around the waterfall and in this place we often met the wild monkey to get the water from this waterfall.

    Gitgit Waterfall is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bali located in Gitgit countryside, Sukasada sub district. It is about 10 Km from Singaraja Town or about 70 Km from Denpasar. It is set at height land about 300 meters above sea level. Beside of Gitgit, there is another important spot point like the monument for hero struggle of Singaraja resident who dead on the battle against the Dutch colonialist. This monument is called Bhuwana Pangkung Bangka. This Monument is extant monument and idol of people struggle action against the Dutch colonization. This monument is located in Gitgit countryside and Sukasada sub district and about 17 Km from Singaraja Town.

    In addition, the facilities are available at Gitgit Waterfall is consisted of the parking area, restaurant and art shop. It is not far from the waterfall place, there is a place for taking a rest while enjoy the beauty panorama of rice terrace and Buleleng Beach. In order to visit the Gitgit waterfall, all visitors will follow the walkway down until the spot point. This road is one of the omissions in Dutch era where the local resident uses it to access other regions. On 1975, this waterfall is opened as tourist destinations in north part of Bali . Since it is appointed as a tourist destination in Bali, many tourists from domestic and foreign countries visits this waterfall. Our Bali Singaraja Lovina Tour  and Lovina Dolphin Watching Tourare the favorite sightseeing program to visit this place.

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