Tour leaves with minimum three people on board. Included in the price is accommodation for two nights, breakfast, lunch, dinner, travel insurance and pick up from Ubud, Kuta, and Seminyak. Three fun adventure activities covered in this tour are:
Three days simply means three times more fun as we’ll venture out to three most remarkable places in and around Bali. It is the best way to experience what nature has to offer as this tour covers East Java, West Bali and North Bali in three days and two nights.
Swimming at Secret Garden and Jumping off Kembar Waterfall
On day 1, we’ll make our way to the lush Secret Garden for a relaxing swim before arriving at Kembar Waterfall in the northern side of Bali where jumping from12 meters platform into the refreshing cold water will be one of the coolest things you’ll ever do in life. It is not for the faint-hearted kind though, but don’t you worry because our travel host is going to stand by and guide you throughout the whole course. Kembar is arguably the most fun waterfall we’ve come across on the island.
Hiking Up Ijen Crater
On day 2, it’s hiking up the Ijen Crater in East Java. It can be a little physical for some of our friends but rest assured fatigue will wash away once we reach the summit; when we take that ethereal scene in — a moment in life that will stick in mind for the longest time. Ijen Crater is well-known for its natural phenomenon called “The Blue Fire”. This phenomenon derives from a chemical reaction between sulphuric gas emerging from the cracks of the volcano with air. There exist only two spectacular natural wonders like this in the world; the other one being in Iceland.
Snorkeling in Menjangan Island
On day 3, it’s a date with Nemo at one of the attraction sites in the beautiful West Bali National Park called Menjangan Island. Batfish, butterflyfish, lionfish, and pufferfish are swirling up and down ready to make love to the camera. Snorkeling and scuba-diving are the most popular activities around the island. Some of our friends practice “the art of doing nothing” by sitting pretty by the beach, sip Margarita, enjoy iPod and read a good book. Menjangan in Indonesian means deer; in this case, wild deer herds inhabiting the island and having the ability to swim very far from one island to the other, covering a distance of at least one mile.