If you love photography and natural beauty, this private door-to-door waterfall tour is for you. Visit the three most beautiful waterfalls around Ubud without the hassle of self-drive: Tibumana Waterfall, nestled in the jungle, Tukad Cepung, concealed behind a cave, and Tegenungan Waterfall. Along the way, enjoy a Balinese lunch at a traditional “warung” • Capture the images of a lifetime at three of Bali’s most beautiful waterfalls • Enjoy all the personal service and flexibility you’d expect on a private tour • Learn about authentic Balinese food as you lunch at a traditional “warung” • Learn about Balinese coffee production at a local plantation and sample some famous 'Kopi Luwak' coffee • Take it easy with door-to-door round-trip private transport
Visit: Bali Tour Holiday, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, BaliVisit three most beautiful waterfalls near to Ubud area. Start the trip from your hotel pick up at 09.00. You will be taken to the first waterfall called Tibumana Waterfall. In this waterfall is good for swimming as it has very blue water and fresh come from the mountain. It is located very deep inside the lush green jungle along the beautiful slopes. Walk along the path passing some stairs down and pass a wooden bridge to see a beautiful waterfall. Next, you will drive around 45 minutes to get Tukad Cepung Waterfall. This waterfall is the most hidden waterfall in Bali. You cannot see it from any distance, except you go 10 meters from the waterfall because it is located inside the cave. To get there you need to walk along the jungle and some stairs to get the river. You will walk along the river with the high rock in between and you will see the most beautiful waterfall at the end. On the way to the last waterfall, you will stop for your lunch. Your guide will find a small warung or café along the way to make sure you taste the real traditional Balinese food. It will be a delicious food from a local people. Eating where local people eat will give you such an unforgettable experience. Tegenungan Waterfall. It is also a beautiful waterfall with fresh water from the mountain. You can walk very close to the waterfall and top rock of it Leaving the rice terraces, head to a nearby coffee plantation where you’ll get an introduction to the island’s local blends. Sample some Bali beans including the island’s famous “Kopi Luwak” made from coffee fruit that has been eaten and passed by the civet cat. After collecting and cleaning the beans, they’re then processed into a gourmet brew that is highly prized among coffee aficionados In the past, the dwellers of Celuk Village were mostly farmers. Rumors have it that there were only three families who belonged to the caste of Pande that pioneered this industry. This caste is well-known for their specialty in manipulating all kinds of metals to create accessories for Hindu's prayers. As tourism was becoming main commodity in Bali, more and more villagers left their farm behind and began to learn to craft silver and gold. Specifically, in 1976, almost all of the villagers had become silver smiths and Celuk Village has been popular with its beautiful jewelry and other silver handicrafts since then. Visit the Holy Spring Temple (Tirta Empul). Here you can have a holy blessing for purification. You will be provided with a Sarong to enter the temple as well as doing the blessing. Enjoy your free time chilling around the water before you go back to your hotel.