Bali Car & Driver

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Bali Tour Price in Rupiah Approx.
Half Day (4 hours) Private Tour of Bali, Car Hire with Driver. Flexible pickup time.   350,000 per car $35 AUD
Full Day (8-9 hours) Private Tour of Bali, Car Hire with Driver. Flexible pickup time.   600,000 per car $60 AUD
Bali Airport Transfer to or from Sanur in car with driver. 150,000 per car $15 AUD
Bali Airport Transfer to or from Kuta/Tuban/Legion/Seminyak in car with driver. 150,000 per car $15 AUD
Bali Airport Transfer to or from Ubud in car with driver. 350,000 per car $35 AUD
Bali White Water Rafting Tour. Includes pickup and drop off at hotel, in air-con car, white water rafting, lunch and insurance. Minimum booking 2 persons. 400,000 per person (approx) $35 USD
Bali Elephant Ride Tour. Includes pickup and drop off at hotel, in air-con car, lunch, 30 minute Elephant ride and insurance. 1,100,000 per person (approx) $80 USD

Please note:

Tour prices are approximate, with the actual price dependent on your pickup location and time of year, but they are generaly accurate for a pickup from Sanur or Kuta. The price will be confirmed in your email confirmation.

Tour prices include driver, petrol, air-conditioned car, parking fees, and toll fees.

Tour prices do not include entrance fees to parks, museums, etc. or meals. Please ask in email for details of Entrance costs.

The car seats 4 passengers with luggage or 6 passengers without luggage.

For Airport transfers please provide Flight Number in email.

 

 

Ubud Tour - Full Day Tour

 

  1. 9 am pickup at your hotel.
  2. See the amazing traditional Balinese secret dance at Kesiman village. The Barong Dance is a story about the struggle between good and evil. The good, by Barong Keket, a mythological beast with an immense coat of fur and gilded leather vestments and evil by the witch Rangda. .
  3. Visit the traditional hand weaving cloth / batik factories at Batubulan village.
  4. See the gold and silversmiths at work at Celuk village.
  5. Visit the house of a traditional painter at Batuan village.
  6. Enjoy a sumptious lunch at local restaurant.
  7. Enjoy the beautiful view of Tegalalang Rice Terrace.
  8. Visit the markets and Ubud where everything from beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods.
  9. See the monkeys at the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud.
  10. Enjoy a leisurely drive back to your hotel.
  11. 5 - 6pm drop off at your hotel.

 

Elephant Cave & Volcano Tour - Full Day Tour

  1. 9 am pickup at your hotel.
  2. Visit the fantastic Elephant Cave ( Goa Gajah ) temple.
  3. Visit the GunungKwai temple. Gunung Kawi is a temple complex centered around royal tombs carved into stone cliffs in the 11th century. It is located amid scenic rice terraces about 30 minutes from Ubud. Note: There are more than 300 steps to climb.
  4. Holy spring water (Tirta Empul) temple. A very active temple built around a bubbling spring, Pura Tirta Empul is an interesting place to observe Hindu devotees purifying themselves by means of ritual bathing. It is especially recommended to visit on a full moon day, which has special significance in the local religion.
  5. Enjoy the beautiful view of the volcano and lake Batur.
  6. Enjoy lunch at the restaurant facing to beautiful view of the volcano.
  7. Visit the traditional village at Panglipuran. There is a small fee to enter the village. The village is not usually very crowded and shows real Bali people going about their daily lives. You may be lucky enough to see a festival taking place.
  8. Kehen temple at Bangli village. This is one of Bali’s more impressive temples and one of the most beautiful, set on a wooded hillside about 2 km to the north of the town centre.
  9. Enjoy a leisurely drive back to your hotel.
  10. 5 - 6pm drop off at your hotel.

 

Taman Ayun & Other Temples Tour - Full Day Tour

  1. 9 am pickup at your hotel.
  2. Visit the beautiful Taman Ayun Temple, the royal temple at Mengwi. The Royal Temple of Mengwi is one of the most important temples in Bali. Built in 1634 by a King of the Mengwi dynasty, this impressive complex stands on an island in a river, its inner temple surrounded by a moat. Its Balinese name Pura Taman Ayun literally means ‘Garden Temple in the Water’.
  3. Visit a coffee plantation and taste best quality coffee. We also stop at a coffee plantations, where you able to sample local blends. These included the prized Kopi Luwak, or beans that have been eaten by the civet cat, not-really-digested, then pooped out, collected up, cleaned, roasted and ground for our drinking pleasure.
  4. Visit the Bratan temple on the lake with botanical garden. This lakeside temple was constructed in honor of Dewi Danu, goddess of the lake that was formed by a volcanic eruption 30,000 years ago.
  5. Enjoy the best and biggest view of the rice terrace.
  6. Enjoy a delicious a lunch at Jatiluwih.
  7. Batukaru rainforest temple. This temple is one of the biggest Hindu Temples in Bali (Sad Kahyangan) with Catur Lokapala Temple and Padmabhuwana Temple status. It is set in the plateau area surrounded with lush tropical rain forest.
  8. Beautiful sunset at Tanah Lot temple. Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. It is home to the pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot (literally "Tanah Lot temple"), a popular tourist and cultural icon for photography and general exoticism.
  9. Enjoy the leisurely trip back to your hotel.
  10. 5 - 6pm drop off at your hotel.

 

Nusa Dua Tour - Full Day Tour

  1. 9 or 10 am pickup at your hotel.
  2. Visit Nusa Dua beach where you take part in various water sports (fees will apply).
  3. Visit Uluwatu temple. Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a Balinese sea temple in Bali. Built in the 11th century, it is one of nine directional temples meant to protect Bali from evil spirits.
  4. Visit a Jimbaran seafood restaurant for an early evening meal.
  5. Enjoy the leisurely trip back to your hotel.
  6. 5 - 6pm drop off at your hotel.

Elephant Ride Tour - Full Day Tour

Please note that the price for this tour is person, with a minimum of 2 people required.

  1. 9 or 10 am pickup at your hotel.
  2. Enjoy the drive through the Bali countryside, viewing rice paddies and jungle, to the Bali Elephant camp.
  3. If the time is right you can watch the Elephants enjoy their morning or afternoon bath.
  4. Ride the Elephants along a trek, enjoying the view and the exciting ride.
  5. Have a drink or something to eat in the cafe.
  6. Enjoy the drive back to your hotel.

White Water Rafting Tour - Full Day Tour

Please note that the price for this tour is person, with a minimum of 2 people required. This tour is suitable for ages 5 - 65. The white water rafting is safe for all the family.

What to bring : change of clothes, swimming costume, Sun cream and river sandal

  1. 9 or 10 am pickup at your hotel.
  2. Enjoy the drive through the Bali countryside, viewing rice paddies and jungle, to the start of your adventure.
  3. You will be joined by your professionally trained and experienced guides.
  4. Put on your helmet and life jacket.
  5. Board your raft and enjoy the adventure.
  6. Ride through the rapids, down the river to your destination point where you will be met by our car and driver.
  7. Have a drink or something to eat in the cafe.
  8. Enjoy the drive back to your hotel.

You can choose where to go and when. Select your itinerary from the following suggestions, send us your request and we will advise on whether it is possible to complete in a day tour or not.

Ubud - Full Day Tour

Ubud is located about a 1 hour drive from Denpasar so we do recommend you take a full day tour to appreciate all Ubud has to offer. Take the car and driver to the to the cooler mountain climate. The town is set among lush rice paddies and the stunning hillsides of central Bali, Ubud harbors a famous central market, a number of palaces and temples, museums and art galleries. Your driver will stop the car wherever you desire.

Where to Visit in Ubud:

Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave - At the façade of the cave is a relief of various menacing creatures and demons carved right into the rock at the cave entrance. The primary figure was once thought to be an elephant, hence the nickname Elephant Cave. The site is mentioned in the Javanese poem Desawarnana written in 1365. An extensive bathing place on the site was not excavated until the 1950s.[2] These appear to have been built to ward off evil spirits.

Ubud Palace - Historically, the Balinese village of Ubud can trace its roots to as far back as the 8th century. It is documented on ancient palm leaf scripts that a revered holy man from India by the name of Rsi Markaneya embarked on a spiritual journey across Java and eventually came to the island of Bali to spread the teachings of Hinduism.This was the palace of the kings of Ubud until the 1940s, and some royal descendants live there to this day. Parts of the complex are off limits to the public, but entry to the rest is free, and this is Ubud's best setting for dance performances

Ubud Markets - Do not miss the Ubud markets. The Art market sells Balinese souvenirs and handicrafts. The site also houses traditional fruit, vegetable and spice markets.

Sacred Monkey Forest - The Padangtegal Wenara Wana Foundation has historically strived to develop and implement management objectives that will both maintain the sacred integrity of the monkey forest and promote the monkey forest as a sacred site that is open to visitors from around the world. The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques.

Shopping Street - The main street through Ubad houses a multitude of shops, cafes, restaurants and hotels. Walk from the top, near the markets, to the Monkey Forest at the bottom. Have lunch in one of the many cafes or restaurants, ask your driver for his recommendations. Ubud has plenty of hotels, so why not plan to stay a night or two and enjoy an evening meal and the nightlife of Ubud, perhaps plan an early morning stroll through the countryside.

Ubud Rice Paddies and Fields - Stop the car and view the beautiful countryside around Ubud. If you have time take a walk through the country lanes and enjoy the birds and wildlife.

Art Galleries - Ubud has an abundance of Art Galleries - ask your driver for details.

 

 

Bali Villages - Full Day Tour

Shopping in Bali villages - from 1.5 - 4 hours drive from Denpasar. Some Bali Villages are located about a 90 minute drive from Denpasar. Take the car and driver to Tohpati village for Batik, Celuk Village for Silver jewellery, Mas Village for Wood Carving and Painting.

Where to Visit Bali Villages:

Your tour can take you to any of the following villages:

Mas Village is a village of art with a focus on carving of wood sculptures. It is situated in Ubud District and Gianyar Regency and has a distinctive style in the art carving of wood sculptures.

You can also visit the beautiful glassware shop near Mas.

Tohpati Village specilises in Batik making. You can watch the entire Batik making process from the designing, waxing, coloring and drying of the materials. You can also visit the shops and take a look at or buy the beautiful cloth.

Celuk - The village of Celuk is Bali’s major centre for goldsmiths and silversmiths. The main road of Jalan Raya Celuk is lined up with Silverware galleries and workshops. We can take you to a Gold and Silversmith in the village.

Traditional Villages - Ask your driver to show you through some of the beautiful traditional villages of Bali. See how the local people, live and work in the rural area's. You will most likely see the festivals, whether it is for a birth, wedding or a funeral, they are are colourful and interesting events.

Kesiman Village - Balinese Secret Dance at Kesiman village.

Batuan Village - Enjoy a Balinese lunch at a local restaurant and view the beautiful Tegalalang rice terrace.

 

Other Destinations

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is located about 2 hours drive from Denpasar. Take the car and driver to the southwest ofBali, the Tanah Lot Temple is built on a large rock, cut of from the mainland at high tide, this is one of Bali’s most spectacular sights at sunset.

Sangeh
Sangeh is located about a 30 minute drive from Denpasar. Take the car and driver to Sangeh a small tropical rain forest surrounded by the rice field with high and shady tropical trees where this place as a habitat for group of monkeys. It is a forest of nutmeg trees, with hundreds of monkeys in the area and Bukit Sari Temple in the middle of it. Your driver will stop the car wherever you desire.

Candidasa

Candidasa is located about a 90 minute drive from Denpasar. Take the car and driver to Candi Dasa a small fishing village with views of the bay and Mount Agung. Visit Tenganan Village the home to one of only 2 Bali Aga (original Balinese) villages in Bali. Tenganan is also famous for a double woven ikat material called kain geringsing that is believed to have magical powers. Your driver will stop the car wherever you desire.

The nearby Besakih temple is located on the slopes of Gunung Agung a dormant volcano and is the most sacred of all Balinese temples in Bali.

Go diving around Candidasa, Bali, which has some of the world's best dive sites. There are easy dives for novices,and also dive site for more experienced divers. Gili mimpang (shark point) & Gili Tepekong, have beautiful coral slope & an abundance of sea life, only 20 minutes boat ride from Candidasa.

Jimbaran Bay & Uluwatu
Jimbaran Bay is located about a 30 minute drive from Denpasar. Take the car and driver to the south of Kuta, on the opposite side of the airport lies Jimbaran Bay, a fishing village with one of Bali’s most idyllic golden sand beaches. A popular attraction of the area is watching the daily sunset-departure of the local fishing boats, which can be done from one of the many beachfront restaurants, offering the most delicious selections of freshly caught fish and seafood.

Several kilometres south into the Bukit Peninsula is the small village of Uluwatu, and the famous Uluwatu Temple, populated by many monkeys that are very keen to snatch visitors belongings. Your driver will stop the car wherever you desire.

Tanjung Benoa

Tanjung Benoa, north of Nusa Dua, is located about a 30 minute drive from Denpasar. Watersports are prevalent here. Take the car and driver to Benoa harbour is also the port for all the ferries that travel to the outer islands, like Nusa Lembongan and the Gilis.

Denpasar City Tour

Denpasar city is located about a 30 minute drive from Kuta or Sanur.Take the car and driver to visit the traditional market and the Bali Museum, one of the biggest in Indonesia.

Elephant Park

The Bali Elephant Park is located about a 90 minute drive from Denpasar. Take the car and driver to the Elephant Park and wait for you until you finish in the Elephant Park for your drive back to your hotel. Please note that entrance fees must be paid at the Park.

Bali Shopping Centres

Visit the Discovery Shopping Centre in Kuta, where there hundreds of shops in a modern air-conditioned shopping centre. The shops range from world-renowned designer brands to the hippest local labels, offering everything from luxury clothing and accessories to bohemian beach wear. Shops include, Starbucks, Burger King, Pizza Hut and KFC. Watch movies under the moonlight in the centre.

Visit the Mall Bali Galeria in Kuta, one of the largest shopping centres in Kuta. This site consists of two main parts. Its front side includes Duty Free Shop, Planet Hollywood Restaurant, and some other restaurants at the second floor, while the back side of this site is the Matahari Bali Galeria.

 


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