Bali Instagram tour

Instagram tour to Bali: the most beautiful places Today on Instagram there are more than 1 200 000 publications with the tag #Bali. They are all colorful, beautiful and undoubtedly popular. When liking splendid photos of Pura Tirta Empul and rice terraces, every person undoubtedly feels a subtle sense of envy. Everyone, at least once, has wanted to be in the place of a popular blogger and post a photo of an unforgettable vacation. It is time to stop being jealous and sad. Instagram tour in Bali from MyBaliTrips is a perfect choice for those who are tired of tapping other people's photos and want to feel like a travel blogger, see and of course take photos of these beautiful places. The tour program includes a visit to the most picturesque places of the Indonesian island, which is deservedly considered to be the fabulous one.

Tegallalang rice terraces

You may ask why rice fields are so special? Tegallalang rice terraces are one of the most visited places in Bali. It's all about the unusual location and a unique water supply system. There are few fertile soils on the island, and people cultivated small suitable land pieces on hill slopes, providing them with winding terraces, thus giving the landscape an extremely unusual and fantastic look. Fans of posting beautiful photos on instagram will be really excited. The rice growing process in Bali takes about 3 months, so photos taken at the same place with a difference of several weeks will look very different. If you come to Bali at the very beginning stage of rice growing, the wavy terraces of Tegallalang will be small pools with clear water reflecting the sky. A few weeks later when the rice shoots begin to break out of the water, the terraces will acquire a rich emerald color, and after a while become gold. Nature lovers, photographers and artists try to get to these picturesque places from all over the world. Content hunters will be able to capture a photo of themselves against a background of the inscription 'I Love Bali' or for a little money borrow from local farmers equipment to brighten their photo shoot.

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Campuhan Ridge Walk Or the path of artists

In the suburbs of Ubud there is a stunning road - a favorite walking place for locals and tourists. It goes along the slope of the Campuhan hill. English-speaking tourists call this place Campuhan Ridge . In Russian it got a romantic name - the path of artists. A walking path of about two kilometers starts from the walls of a little cozy church. Then it goes up the slope of the ridge, winding among the bushes of tall grass and picturesque landscapes, amazing by their beauty. Seasoned tourists advise to visit the path of the artist at dawn, when the rays of sunrise pervade the foliage, making it to shimmer with all shades of green.

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Breathtaking Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang

Loyal users of social networks have very often seen those breathtaking photos of two symmetrical halves of the gate, opening the way to the mountains and the sky. This is the famous split gate of Candi Bentar of Luhur Lempuyang mountain temple. A visit to this temple is included in the instagram-tour to Bali from MyBaliTrips, and this is for a reason. Split gates are traditional for Bali, but this Candi Bentar gate is remarkable for opening the view of Agung volcano against the endless sky. Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang is recommended to visit in clear weather so as to enjoy at Candi Bentar gate the magnificent panorama of the volcano, the sky and the ocean and understand why this place is called a'stairway to the sky'.

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Pura Ulun Danu Bratan - a water temple

Bali is called the island of gods, as it has a lot of religious buildings. One of the most beautiful is Pura Ulun Danu Bratan at the Bratan lake, situated in the heart of the island. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is remarkable for the fact that a part of the temple is located on the shore, when the other part on small islands right in the middle of the lake. Bratan is considered a sacred body of water by locals, and there is a legend that a person who swims in it, will live long and healthy life. Tourists in Pura Ulun Danu Bratan are attracted by the unique landscape, where temple's ancient pagodas are harmoniously blending with mountain silhouettes and exotic trees, reflected in the crystal clear water. Hunters for beautiful photos claim that lake temple looks the most spectacular and fascinating at sunset and dawn.

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Sekumpul Waterfall

Sekumpul waterfall is considered the most beautiful waterfall in Bali. It consists of 7 streams of water falling from the height of about 80 meters, which look equally picturesque and stunning both from the viewing area and the foot. An important difference of Sekumpul from other waterfalls of the wonderful island is that it is formed by two sources and the water is clear and transparent at any time of the year. Most of the best photos of Bali are made at this waterfall. But, despite the beauty of this place, there are few tourists here, as the waterfall is considered a difficult location to get. You can't get here by public transport, and excursions are not organized by all agencies. When ordering an instagram tour, MyBaliTrips takes care of the transfer to the fall, so you can focus on taking the best photo or just dip in the water at the foot of Sekumpul.

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Sangeh Monkey Forest-kingdom of monkeys

Bali has very diverse flora and fauna and is waiting for tourists to explore it. It should be noted that there are several monkey parks on the island. Sange monkey forest is not the biggest of them, but is included in the instagram tour of Bali from MyBaliTrips. This is because there are fewer tourists and you can fully enjoy a walk through the 300-year-old forest and take plenty of photos. Among Muscat trees, which by the way are not found anywhere else on the island, there is an ancient temple with interesting sculptures. And of course, everyone can get acquainted with the real owners of the forest and the temple – monkeys, who feel completely free and willingly go to contact with people.

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