For the Mount Batur Sunrise Hike & Hot Springs Tour you get an early morning pick-up directly from your hotel in Bali on time to enjoy the sunrise directly from the top of Mount Batur. Start around 01:30 and 02:30 (relying on the geographic location of your resort), and then journey towards the active volcano near the town of Kintamani. It's important the day before you go sleep very early to be full of energy to really enjoy the trip.
Get an early morning pick-up directly from your hotel in Bali on time to enjoy the sunrise directly from the top of Mount Batur. Start around 01:30 and 02:30 (relying on the geographic location of your resort), and then journey towards the active volcano near the town of Kintamani.
At the time of arriving at Mount Batur, receive a short overview and safety and security briefing from your private guide. All of our guides the guides are locals with experience of ascending Mount Batur since they were kids! Gain out of possession of their comprehensive practical experience and also passion when it comes to the region before you embark your 1.5-hour trek to the highest volcanic crater in Bali on time to watch the sunrise.
At the time of arrival to the Mount Batur peak, take joy of breakfast and get in the amazing views of the surrounding area at the break of day. Soon after sunrise, enjoy a bit of your time to take a walk around the crater of the Mount Batur prior to going across a hill of lava along with dark sand.
Hike back down the mountain, and then soothe away your pains and soreness at a 100% natural hot spring at about 09:00. Explore a coffee plantation on the way back to your hotel, and get left by about 13:00 at the end of an incredible Mount Batur Sunrise Hike & Hot Springs Tour!
About the Mount Batur
Mount Batur (also called as The Kintamani Volcano) is actually an active volcano as well as an extremely well-known trek. The fascinating Mt. Batur surrounds the 13-square kilometre Batur caldera lake. People having a penchant to get adventure can take a winding roadway down to the lake bank. This leads you to Toya Bungkah, Ulun Danu Batur sanctuary, as well as a collection of hot springs. The Kintamani location consists of 3 main villages, particularly Penelokan, Batur, and Kintamani.
There are also some traditional Balinese settlements across Batur Lake, often referred to as Bali Aga communities. Penelokan is a popular stop. It really serves as a vantage point on the southernmost part of the crater edge. From here, you can enjoy the sweeping views throughout the magnificent Bali volcano. Penelokan serves as the best spot to enjoy the breathtaking scenery. You can easily find Batur's rough attributes of dark lava slopes and dark smelted rocks from the village's roadside.
The abundant green vegetation and the blue-green coloured water acts as a stark contrast. Mount Batur is truly popular for climbing. You can observe the sunrise from the ridges of this Bali volcano on early morning treks. From up high, you can take pleasure in the vista overlooking the huge and also beautiful Batur caldera to the northwest. Lake Batur lies on the southeastern angle of the volcano. The lake is 16 kilometres broad and is a favored fishing spot.
Batur's village of Toya Bungkah has warm shore thermal springs, recognized when it comes to its curative mineral water. It is a popular choice among walkers to spend the evening prior to or after hiking up Mount Batur in time to see the sunrise.
West of the adjacent Mount Abang is the remote old Balinese village of Trunyan. It's a location that's recognized when it comes to its archaic burial practices using an exposed necropolis. The Pancering Jagat Temple is a fascinating spot at this site.
Good to know about Kintamani The fertile Kintamani region is a leading producer of fruit and vegetables in Bali. This specific plateau location is around 400 metres over sea level. Kintamani is also considered as the largest bamboo supplier on the island. The gigantic petung type of bamboo harvested here is widely used for making Balinese furnishings. Lake Batur is the main resource of irrigation water to most of Bali. Residents in addition breed freshwater fish here. The water temperature level at the Toyabungkah hot springs can easily achieve up to 45 degrees Celcius. Kintamani is in Bangli, the solely district on the island with no a coastline.
Enjoy the best scenic views coming from this Bali volcano from 10am to 3pm. Hiking up Mount Batur typically takes 3 hours.