Bali Kintamani Volcano Day Tour
The Bali volcano found in the Bangli kintamani region can you make the highlight of your trip on your next trip to the highlands of Bali.
Bali Kintamani Volcano Day Tour or commonly called Mount Batur, is a very popular tourist trip on the island of Bali.
The charming Mount Batur surrounds the 13-kilometer Lake Batur Caldera. Those who like adventure can take a winding road to the edge of the lake. You will be taken to a hot spring called Toya Bungkah or Batur Natural Hot Spring, Ulun Danu Batur Temple, and a collection of other hot springs.
The Bali Kintamani Volcano Day Tour area consists of three main villages, namely Penelokan, Batur, and Kintamani. There are also some old Balinese villages around Lake Batur, often referred to as the Bali Aga village.
Penelokan is a popular stopover. This serves as a favorable point in the southernmost part of the crater lip. From here, you can enjoy the incredible views of the Bali volcano.
Penelokan serves as the best site for enjoying panoramas.
You can see the rough features of Batur from the dark lava slopes and the black melting rocks from the village roadside. Lush green vegetation and turquoise lakes are very contrasting. Mount Batur is popular for climbing.
You can observe the sunrise from behind the Bali volcano on a morning trip. From a height, you can enjoy the view overlooking the large and beautiful Batur caldera to the northwest. Lake Batur is on the southeast side of the volcano.
This lake has a width of 16 kilometers and is a popular fishing spot. Batur Toya Bungkah Village has a hot spring on the edge of the lake, which is known for its curative mineral water.
This is a popular choice among trekkers to spend the night before climbing Mount Batur just in time to watch the sunrise.When you head west from Mount Abang, you will find a remote old Balinese Village called Trunyan Village. Trunyan This is a place known for ancient burial traditions using open graves.
The Pancering Jagat Temple is an interesting site here. Its name comes from a four meter tall statue, 'Ratu Gede Pusering Jagat'.