After having a hearty breakfast, you will head out towards the Kintamani Province. Today you will visit to see some of the most picturesque spots. You will visit the traditional villages of Mas, Celuk and Bali Batuan. After lunch, the Bali Island tour further takes you to the notorious volcanic peak of Mount Batur and the Lake Batur. The day is completed with the visit to the ancient relic of Goa Gajah, the Hindu Temples of Pura Besakih and Tirta Empul. These are the most popular and well-frequented spot in the Bali Tour Package. You will get a glimpse of the local Barong dance. After visiting the temple, some breathtaking photographs of the lovely landscape and the temple with the ornately traditional Angkul-Angkul gates can be taken.
Celuk Village: Also known as the Sukawati. This Balinese village has come to prominence because of the long-established craftsmanship in gold and silver work by the local people. Almost all the villagers are perfect in this craftsmanship and they pass over the skills to their generations. The whole population of this village is of professional artisans. This quaint village is about 5 km from Den Pasar at the entrance to Gianyar Province. All along the village length, stretching up to 2 km, shops line up in the street selling hand-made jewelry both as retail and wholesale to the international market.
Bali Batuan Village: With more than a thousand-year history, this Balinese village is famous for unique Bali paintings. Bali means 'rock' as inscribed in Pura Desa Batuan in 1022 AD, giving this village its name. Around 7Kms North of Den Pasar and 10 km from Ubud, the people of this village specialize in 'Wayang' style of painting – a two-dimensional depiction of humans and supernatural.
Mas Village: It is about 6 km south of Ubud. This East Bali village has a tradition in wood and mask carvings. It is home to many international woodcarvers like Ida Bagus Nyana, his son Ida Bagus Tilem and masks carvers like Ida Bagus Sujarta, his wife and their children too. Nyana and Tilem are famous art galleries in the vicinity. The villagers are not only artists but also keep up their traditional occupation of agriculture as is evident from the acres of paddy fields that stretch as far as the eye can see along the route.
Goa Gajah: Goa Gajah, located around 6 km from Bedulu village. It is an archeological site with figureheads from the 8th Century to the 10th Century. Though up to some extent the Buddhist sculptures are present here, for the most part, Hindu figures dominate. The name comes from the proximity of River Petanu which was earlier known by the name Lwa Gajah.
Mount Batur and Lake Batur: The only active volcanic mountain of Bali, Mount Batur is a picturesque destination surrounded by delightful valleys and the serene Batur Lake.
The lower slopes abound in Pine and Eucalyptus trees while the higher slopes of Mount Batur are filled with rolling green grass. The ridges of Mount Batur and Kintamani form a trekker's path. Early risers can trek to the famous viewpoint on Kintamani to watch the sunrise over Mount Batur and catch the view of glistening water of Lake Batur.
Besakih Temple: Pura Besakih temple complex is a group of temples nestled on the South Western slopes of Mount Agung. This is considered to be the largest and most sacred Hindu temple in Bali. Boasting of lovely Balinese architecture, this is called the "Mother Temple" existing for more than 1000 years.
Tirta Empul Temple: This is a National Heritage site. It is famous for a 'Holy water spring' with curative and therapeutic properties. The locals come here to bathe in the springs and it is a ritual to take a purification bath here. In all temples in Bali, it is mandatory to wear a sarong and sash.
Later in the evening return to the hotel and have a delicious dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel in Bali.