Bali Lovina Tour is one of the exciting Bali Full Day Tour Services to visit Singaraja as the city of Buleleng Regency and enjoy north Bali trips. This Singaraja Lovina Tour will bring you to an amazing experience to explore the region in the north of Bali. Furthermore, the tour will visit the famous tourist destinations in Singaraja regencies such as Beratan Lake, Gitgit Waterfall, Lovina Beach, Buddhist Monastery, and Hot Spring Banjar then back to the hotel. All of Bali Full Day Tour Services is perfectly designed for private tour bases accompanied by our professional driver who always outstanding offers our best service.
Places of Interest Visiting on Bali Lovina Tour
Ulundanu Temple is a Hindu temple located in Bedugul. Ulundanu temple situated in lakeside of Beratan. The temple its look charm and beautiful with Beratan Lake and mountain as a backdrop view. Sometimes the temple looks floating on the water when the water of the lake is going up.
Git Git Waterfall
Gitgit Waterfall is an amazing waterfall from height hill with fertile rainforest plantation surround it. It’s location in the jungle of forest, fresh atmosphere with a beautiful panorama of rice terrace are presenting on the way to this waterfall. It is a dramatic site with the beautiful valley to visit during Singaraja Lovina Tour.
Lovina Beach is the famous tourist place in the north part of Bali with the spectacular of dolphin watching tour on the calm seawater. It’s location on the coastal side of Singaraja regency with black sand unfolding along the beach area. The sea water is very calm with coconut trees are standing throughout the beach. There are many hotels, restaurants, and shops to support this area as a tourist destination in Bali.
Banjar Hot Spring is one of the tourist places in north part of Bali visited during Singaraja Lovina Tour. It is featured by the original hot water from the mountain flows to the public bath place. Furthermore, there are 2 ponds with the warm water that make Hot Water Banjar as an ideal for having a bath.
Brahmavihara Arama Budha Banjar is a Buddhist temple that was built in the late of 20th century Christian exactly in 1960 and after 1970; it was opened formally in 1973. Actually, Buddhist temple had been built before located at Banjar Tegehe around the hot spring area of Banjar village but at that time only a few of people adherents Buddha.
Tour Price USD $ 45 / person, minimum of 2 person
- Full AC vehicle whole your trip based on private car (car, driver, and petrol)
- English speaking Bali driver
- Mineral water on trip
- Sarongs (when entering the temple)
- Parking fee and donations