Ubud tour + Bird Park
The Bali Bird Park is a unique place, where you can find the most interesting species of the bird Kingdom of the seven areas of the globe: South America, South Africa, Sumatra Islands, The island of Borneo, Papua New Guinea, Java Islands and Bali Islands.
Acquaintance with reptiles will be an informative addition to the rich collection of birds. The Reptile Park is inhabited by crocodiles, turtles, snakes, Komodo dragons, iguanas and other reptiles.
By taking part in this journey, you will discover the most popular attractions of the island of Bali: the forest of wild monkeys, traditional Balinese temples and a waterfall in the lost jungle, coffee plantations and of course amazing rice terraces. You will dine in the restaurant, located on the edge of an ancient volcano overlooking the dormant Batur volcano and the unique mountain lake at its foot!
What To Expect
At the appointed time of the meeting in your hotel/villa will arrive an English speaking guide-driver of the transport company Maps Bali Tour, you need to wait for the car at the reception of your hotel or near the villa.
- Bird and Reptile Park
- Monkey Forest
- traditional Balinese temple
- Tegallalang Rice Terrace
- Tegenungan Waterfall
- Kintamani village
- coffee plantation
Early in the morning around 07:00 - 08:00 you will go to the Bird and Reptile Park, together with your guide you will walk through enclosures, take photos with parrots and learn a lot about birds and reptiles.
Then we go to the next point of the tour — Monkey Forest. In the monkey forest, you can feed monkeys or watch the animals play. Be careful monkeys are wild animals, so it is better to leave all valuable items in the car.
After we will visit one of the three traditional Balinese temples:
- Pura Tirta Empul-the ancient Hindu temple of Holy water (926 AD);
- Goa Gajah or "Elephant cave" — the UNESCO World Heritage site (11th century BC);
- Gunung Kawi — the ancient cave town, famous for royal tombs carved into stone cliffs in the 11th century
Next, we drive to the famous Tegalalang Rice Terrace and to the waterfall in the Tegenungan jungle. After such an intense program, you should definitely have lunch. You will eat at the restaurant overlooking the mountain lake and the Batur volcano.
In the second part our your journey you will visit the traditional Kintamani village, where you will have the opportunity to learn about lifestyle, culture and craft of the traditional indigenous inhabitants of the island, Luwak coffee plantation with coffee tasting coffee.
The program order can be changed (ask your guide for the details).
In the evening 17:00-18:00 you will be in your hotel or villa, the exact time of arrival at the hotel depends on the traffic and the location of your hotel.