Private Tour: Ubud and Tanah Lot Day Tour
After being picked up you will arrive at the traditional art centre in the morning. You will be able to see traditional and modern paintings created by a maestro from Ubud. You will also be able to see the wood carving centre where the best sculptors in Bali come to create their designs. The silversmith production centre is your chance to see how the local people create their pieces with silver. On this tour you can also stop and check out how Batik traditional Balinese clothing is made.
Arrive at the rice terraces at 11am where you can enjoy a short trekking journey along the rice paddy fields.
At 12pm you will visit the Ubud monkey forest which has long tailed macaques monkeys under the shadow of the green sanctuary tropical forest.
From 1pm you can have lunch (not included except you buy the tour with lunch option) at a small local restaurant in the middle of rice fields.
Visit a coffee plantation at 3pm to see the Luwak (animal) coffee production process for the most expensive coffee in the world.
On the way to Tanah Lot temple, you will be invited to stop at Taman Ayun Royal temple where you will see the compound of temples in a very unique traditional architecture. Have a walk around the temple to feel the vibrant surrounded by a beautiful garden and lake.
You will arrive at Tanah Lot Temple at 5:30pm. You will finish off your day by seeing a magnificent temple with the background of a wonderful sunset.
- Bottled water
- Private tour
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan
- Entry/Admission - Tanah Lot Temple
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infant seats available
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Most travelers can participate
This tour was fabulous most thanks to our driver / guid Panca. He told a lot of about local life and places. He spoke quite good english, had knowladge and warm humor. We've got personal attention. The trafic on Bali is unbarebale, but Panca was driving carefully and patiently. Tanah Lot temple was a little bit dissappointment: a lot of people, and no accsess to the temple. It would be better to visit it by sunset. Unfortunately it was skhool hollydays, so there were a LOT of people! Ubud is such a spesial place, I'd like to visit this place again. We couldn,t see much becourse of traffic, same reason as temple... Monkey forrest and coffee plantation were absolutely amaising!
Booked this tour at the last minute, turned out to be great. There were just 2 of us and the driver, so when they say private they mean it. Wayan was our driver and he was a great guide. He let us tailor the day to what we wanted to see and lets you work more or less at your own pace through all the sights.
Our guide Made was excellent. He took us to the best places in Bali, also the places we want to go like de art galleries.The tour was relax and fun even when we went to a lot of places. Highly recommended.
We booked a day trip to Ubud , Tanah Lot temple and etc.Our driver Gede was excellent, helpful and spoke really good english.His local and cultural knowledge was very good.We decided to change a couple parts of the tourer around and Gede made it work for us. We would recommend this day trip and Gede. Thanks Gede for lovely day Dave and Chris https://www.tripadvisor.com.sg/ShowUserReviews-g297701-d4416530-r526228488-Hire_Bali_Driver-Ubud_Bali.html
We loved our tour around Ubud and to Tanah Lot Temple. Our driver/ guide, Pacha, was a lovely person. He arrived efficiently and allowed us to explore all the tour's sites in our own time and at our own pace. Pacha answered all the questions we had about Bali and gave both me and my girlfriend a great insight into this amazing place. The tour included both hotel pick up and drop off, and the car had very good AC perfect for cooling down after exploring the rice fields. We would highly recommend both this tour and Pacha as a guide, this was a highlight of our trip. We will both be revisiting Bali to see if Pacha has built his library.