Perhaps you’ve heard a lot about dolphin and had one occasion or two seeing them performing in safari or marine park. But if you really want to see them wandering around its natural habitat carefree, Lovina Beach in north Bali has something for you. The combination of unrivaled Dolphin sightseeing here and the freshness of Gitgit Waterfall & Ulun Danu Beratan Temple in central Bali will surely going to be one of the most unforgettable morning in your life.
1. Dolphin Sightseeing at Lovina Beach
Lovina is the most popular beach in northern side of Bali and also known to have the best dolphin sightseeing spot in the entire island. We will start moving before sunrise to catch with the best time (early morning) when dolphins are out seeking foods and can be seen jumping freely offshore. You will get aboard a traditional outrigger boat and watch them closely within meters, one kilometer offshore.
2. Gitgit Waterfall
The waterfall is located 70 kilometers from the main tourist area in the south and 10 kilometer to the Singaraja area in the north. Arguably the most popular destination of its kind in the Island of Gods, Gitgit waterfall stands on a plateau area in the mountainous heights of central Bali, 300 meters above sea level. The entrance from the main road to the spot is pretty easy, where you’ll be crossing a wooden bridge walkway through a gorge before reaching the 40-meter spectacle and a small Hindu shrine nearby.
3. Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
Built in 1633, Ulun Danu Temple stands majestically at the edge of Lake Beratan. The temple is where the Balinese present their offerings to the Balinese water, lake and river Goddess Danu, due to the importance of the lake as a main source of irrigation in central Bali. As a water temple, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan presents stunning highland and lakeside scenery. Additionally, you may rent an outrigger, paddle or motor boat to roll around the lake.
Please take a note that apart from the pickup time, the schedule below is an estimation only and may vary in the actual trip.