Uluwatu Tall Cliff & Bali South Coast


Begin your tour with a short drive to Sanur, a relaxing beach resort in the south Bali, where breakfast is served in Fairmont Hotel. Enjoy free time at the local market or beachfront area, great opportunities for photos and to grab a few bargains before heading off. Proceed to the southernmost part of the island where the temple of Uluwatu stands high on top of a cliff top overlooking the ocean. The cheekiest inhabitants here are a group of macaque monkeys, whose antics will keep you enthralled. This temple is among the top six most important temples in Bali and is held sacred by locals. A few minutes’ drive away is Jimbaran art and craft gallery, producing stunning pieces for you to bring home as souvenir. You will have time to browse and purchase the finish product. After working up an appetite, head to Jimbaran Bay, where hundreds of fishing boats take to the water every evening. Enjoy a sumptuous seafood BBQ while admiring the stunning views of the bay. Your final stop will be at Kuta, the busiest beach resort in Bali. There are plenty of market stalls and shops, known for all kind of shopping from cheap handicrafts to t-shirts to handbags to tattoos! Take home some souvenirs before returning to port.
  • Tour Code

    DPS010

  • Location

    Benoa, Bali

  • Activity Types

    Sightseeing / City Tour

  • Experience Types

    Sightseeing

  • Duration

    7 hours

  • Fitness Level

    Moderate

  • Price

    Adult from $149.99
    Children (12 & under) from $109.99

  • Lunch included!

Photography

Make sure you take your camera for there are numerous photo opportunities.

Refreshments

Enjoy a mix of Indonesian and western breakfast at Fairmont Hotel. Be delighted with a Seafood BBQ served at Bawang Merah Restaurant.

Special Notes

Simple local toilets are available at every stop, wear clothing suitable for the tropical climate, comfortable walking shoes and take bottled water with you. To respect the local beliefs and traditions you will need to ensure that long pants or skirts are worn when entering the temple and that your shoulders are covered. Please ensure that you bring along some local currency if you wish to purchase souvenirs at any of the markets. Breakfast at Fairmont Hotel is not available for Pacific Eden E918N 25 March 2019 call due to the ship schedule.

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