Day # 1  *scooter appropriate activity

7a.m. (5min drive)

For ealy birds! Visit a traditional morning market in Les Village(6-7a.m.). Stock up on your favorite exotic fruits, organic vegetables and other Balinese local produce.

8a.m. Waterfall in Les Village (5min drive + 20min walk). Bring a swimsuit, enjoy a short hike up the hill and refreshing natural shower. Entrance fee is Rp. 20,000

Day # 2 (an hour drive one way)

Two Water palaces: Tirta Ganga and Taman Ujung in Amplapura area (one day trip).
Tirta Ganga (Sacred Water of  the Ganges) is the site of a holy temple with amazing water features and some of the best views of rice fields. Great place to stop and relax for an hour. Entrance fee is just Rp. 10,000

Taman Ujung is a former palace of Karangasem empire, located in the village of Seraya in Karangasem regency. The palace consists of various large pools and historic structures set against a backdrop of Mount Agung and the eastern shoreline. Set over 10 hectares of land this area includes a myriad of vast pools built alongside structures that depict the rich history of the island. Entrance fee is Rp. 15,000.
Chocolate Factory Pyramid shaped buildings made of bamboo resembling hobbit houses. This is a spot with an an amazing view of the North Bali sea in the Karangasem area. You can have fun at swings between palms or meditate in a ship-looking café, facing the infinite blue horizons of the ocean.

Day # 3 ( 8.30am, pick up)

Rafting on Telaga Waja river. As you float along, you can admire the wild jungle and exotic rice paddies. Dress up and be ready to get wet and bring something dry for later. Typical fee for this experience ranges between US$35 and US$60 (discounts are common).

Besakih Temple - the most ancient and very important temple in Bali. It is an extensive complex of 23 separate and at the same time related temples. Some local people find it disappointing that a  holy place was turned into a tourist attraction. There is a large number of “guides” who will tell you that you need their service. You don't! They may ask you to pay a high fee at the end of the tour, while fixed entrance fee is Rp. 30,000

Day # 4 (pick up at 4.30 am)

Volcano hiking (Gunung Batur). Hiking typically starts at 6a.m. The longest route takes around 2 hours one way. Enjoy a gorgeous sunrise and beautiful views of the lake from the top. Bring some warm clothes to feel less chilly during your hike early in the morning. Travel guide service fee is Rp. 800,000 (for 2 people).

Visit Tegallalang street, famous as a source of arts and crafts in Bali. Explore the rows of art shops along the Tegallalang handicraft centre and splendid landscapes of namesake rice terraces.

Day # 5

Bali Safari Park is a home to more than one thousand amazing animals. If you like nature and animals this could be an adventurous, fun and educational experience.

Safari park  accommodates some rare & endangered species like Komodo Dragon, Orangutan and Bali Mynah bird.

Bali Safari Park is at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia and is actively involved in ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species.

Day # 6 (day trip)

Monkey Forest Have a relaxing walk in a cooling jungle with its riverside trails, super-sized trees and moss-covered temples with hundreds of monkeys walking freely around the forest.
Bali Bird Park and Reptilarium. The park accommodates the finest collection of Indonesian birds in the world. More than 1000 birds representing 250 different species living within 2 hectares of botanical garden. 
Ubud is an art center and a cultural capital of Bali. Visit galleries, museums,  artist studios and art shops. Savour a cup of real Balinese coffee at an artsy coffee shop in town.

Day # 7

Banjar Hot Springs is surrounded by lush green jungle-like gardens. Great way to relax in a traditional Balinese way. 

Bali Botanic Garden is Indonesia's largest Botanic Garden containing the island’s biggest collection of wild orchids and receiving over half a million visitors each year.

Bali Treetop Adventure Park comprises a series of rope-walking courses among trees in Bali's largest botanical garden.
Set on a hillside of Banjar in the North of Bali, Brahma Vihara Arama is the biggest Buddhist monastery on the island, which opened its doors in 1970 and has since served as a sacred pilgrimage site and a place of enlightenment.