Bali Dolphin Tour Package 3 Itinerary is combine the hunting of the wild Dolphin at Lovina Beach with the tour. We will visit Ulundanu Bratan Temple and Jatiluwih Rice Terrace afterwards. After seeing groups of Dolphin at Lovina, you will visiting Ulun Danu Bratan Temple at Bratan. Then do a bit trekking inside the UNESCO rice terraces at Jatiluwih Village. The trip of the day will start very early morning. Because we need to be at Lovina Beach before sunrise time. We need to see the group of Dolphins jumping on the sea water during sunrise time.
Bali Dolphin Tour Package 3 Itinerary Wild Dolphin Sightseeing With Ulun Danu Bratan Temple And Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
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Bali Dolphin Tour Package 3 Itinerary
- Pick up at hotel around 3.00 am early morning (based on your hotel location)
- Dolphin Hunt with camera using traditional boat
- Breakfast on the beach side
- Visit Ulun Danu Temple at Bedugul area
- Buffet lunch with Bratan Lake view
- Tasting Luwak Coffee and other Balinese spices at Coffee Plantation
- Trekking inside UNESCO Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
- Back to hotel
Bali Dolphin Tour Package 3 Itinerary Details
Bali Dolphin Tour Package 3 itinerary will start by hotel pick up in the very early morning around 3.00 am by our Bali tour driver (pick up time based on your hotel location). We have to start to depart to Lovina Beach in Buleleng Regency due the Dolphin Hunt will be started at 6.00 am during the sunrise time. When we arrived at Lovina Beach as the Dolphin Hunt start point, we need to take traditional boat with local and professional boat driver. Sunrise time is a perfect time to watch the Dolphins jumping on the sea water due those time they are hunting smaller fish and the temperature is suitable for them which not too hot but they can have sun shine.
Finish the boat tour, we are going to have light breakfast on the Lovina Beach side. On the way back to South direction, we will stop at Bedugul area for a while. Now we are going to visit Ulun Danu Bratan Temple with its beautiful views and then followed by having a buffet lunch with view of the Bratan Lake. After finished the lunch, we are going to having coffee break at Luwak Coffee Plantation to refresh us with introduction of our local plantation and tasting the famous Luwak Coffee and other Balinese spices. Refreshed by the coffee, we are continue the trip heading to Jatiluwih Village to do a bit trekking at UNESCO rice terrace.
Information of each sites in Bali Dolphin Tour Package 3 we are going to visit:
Lovina Beach is located in North part of Bali, Buleleng Regency. This beach is long wide black sandy beach that becomes main tourist area of North Bali. It has black sand on the beach due to the eruption of the volcano mountain in the past. To reach the area from Denpasar, it will take about 2.5 – 3 hours driving. This is where we are going to hunt the Dolphins by camera using the traditional boat.
Dolphin is a Mammalia that live in the sea which means they are not categorized as ordinary fish. Instead of having eggs for reproduction, they are giving birth to dolphin child like us so they are categorized as a Mammalia. They are always jumping on the sea water level during the sunrise time because they feel it is not too hot yet to hunt the smaller fish as food around top water level. Usually the live with large number of groups so once you see one Dolphins, you will see plenty of them around you.
Ulun Danu Temple
Ulun Danu is located in Candi Kuning Village, Tabanan Regency 50 km away from Denpasar Capital City to the North. The Temple is one of nine important Temples or “Pura Kahyangan Jagat” which scattered in nine directions around Bali Island. In historical, I Gusti Agung Putu build this temple on 1634 years (general calendar). Or 1556 Caka calendar (Balinese calendar). It was made in order as the place for the Hindus in Bali to express our gratitude to Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa (Hindus main God) in his manifestation as Tri Murti (Brahma, Wisnu, and Siwa).
It purposed to be the place where the local Hindus asking for blessing from the God for the balance of the human life with nature and well grown plantation and its product. Ulun Danu Bratan is popular for its unique and beautiful architecture. It is because the main Ulun Danu Temple is situated inside the lake area on the lake water level. The main temple connected to the land area by small bridge which connecting 2 different small parts of the main temple. Due to its uniqueness and beauty, the picture of Ulun Danu Bratan was chosen as the icon picture of IDR 50.000 bank notes.
Luwak Coffee Plantation
You can find coffee plantation all over Bali. They will give a short farm tour about our local plantation, spices products, especially famous Luwak Coffee. Luwak Coffee produced from coffee beans found inside Luwak’s poop. It is because the Luwak animal has a great sense of choosing coffee bean. And also will only eat the best quality ones. The process inside the Luwak stomach won’t damage the coffee bean but reducing the level of caffeine in the coffee. The process also change the taste of coffee produced later on. Other than Luwak coffee, you might also tasting other local spices. Such as lemongrass tea, ginger tea, mangosteen tea, Robusta coffee, Arabica coffee, and etc.
UNESCO Rice Terrace
Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is a wide range area of rice field in Jatiluwih Village, Tabanan Regency with unique landscape and watering system. The mountainous area in small island of Bali is giving a problem for the farmer to find a wide and large area of flat land in order to plant the rice but in the other hand Balinese people are eating rice as the main food. So to have enough rice supply for the locals, we found a farming technology that flattened small area of the mountain then shaped it into several different levels so it will shaped in terrace landscape. The watering system will be flow from the top level of the rice terrace and spread into the next level underneath.
Instead of flattened the mountain into a wide flat area, this option is more realistic and more ecosystem friendly since we are not changing the shape of the mountain itself. This farming system is exist in our land from hundred years ago. Even it exist before the colony from Europe start their invasion in our country. In Bali, this rice terrace irrigation system is popular as “Subak”. Due to its unique irrigation system, Jatiluwih Rice Terrace has award as the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage on 2012.