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Small-Group Batur Caldera Trekking And Natural Hot Spring Tour

Highlights
  • 9-hour small-group sunrise hike to Mount Batur
  • Hike around the caldera at the base of Mount Batur on an early-morning trek
  • Watch the sunrise over Mount Batur and Lake Batur
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Small-Group Batur Caldera Trekking And Natural Hot Spring Tour
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Small-Group Batur Caldera Trekking And Natural Hot Spring Tour
From US$60.00
Overview
The active volcano of Mt Batur is one of Bali’s most popular hikes, but you don’t have to scale the summit to enjoy the dramatic landscapes. Instead, take an easy hike around the caldera on this small-group trekking tour, then watch the sunrise over the volcano, cruise across Lake Batur in a canoe, and bathe in the Toyabungkah hot springs. Hotel pickup and breakfast is included.
What to Expect
Set your alarm for an early start, as your day begins with pick-up from your hotel between 2am and 3.30am. Set out on the around 2-hour drive to Pura Hulundanu, in the foothills of Mount Batur. After meeting your guide, enjoy an easy to moderate 45-minute hike to the top of the caldera, just in time to watch the sunrise over Lake Batur.
Continue a short distance to the traditional village of Pulak, where you’ll enjoy a light breakfast and have chance to meet some of the locals and learn more about Balinese cultural and traditions. After breakfast, head to the banks of Lake Batur and board a traditional canoe for a scenic cruise to the Hulundanu Temple. From there, it’s another short trek to Toyabungkah, where you can reward yourself with a soak in the natural hot springs.
Your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel around 12pm.
Itinerary
Itinerary:
2-3.30am: Pick from your hotel
5am: Arrive at Pura Hulundanu
6am: Reach the top of caldera
6:45am: Continue the trek around caldera crater, then continue to Pulak village to board a traditional canoe/boat
8:30am: Cross Lake Batur to Hulundanu Temple
9am: Visit Hulundanu Temple
9:15am: Swimming at the hot springs
1pm: Return to your hotel
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Reviews (10)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Batur viewpoint

I booked this tour before leaving home. I did think I was doing the full hike to the top of mt Batur but it was only when We went that I realized it was a different tour. Our driver was Jero. He arrived at our...More

Thank marynik2
Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile
A must do while in Bali!!

My friends and I were looking to hike up Mount Batur and were so fortunate to find the option to camp up there for the night. We not only saw the beautiful sunset but had the privilege of essentially being on top of the volcano...More

1  Thank Laurie H
Reviewed 31 July 2018
Great nature experience

The logistics where flawless and the guide (Putu) was the nicest person we met in Bali. It was a pretty easy hike and the sunrise view of the lake, sea, and both volcanos were remarkable. The only regrettable thing was that the TripAdvisor tour page...More

Date of experience: July 2018
1  Thank Carlos A
Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile
See the sunrise

What an awesome experience. This was the easier alternative to climbing Mt batur albeit very steep ascent. Only an hour climb. So so worth it. Our guide pendi was patient and very caring of me as I hurt my knee on way down. Highly recommended...More

Thank fipcee
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile
Beautiful caldera sunrise and hot spring

My youngest kid is only 10yrs old and hence was recommended by my travel guide Jero to do relatively easier 45min caldera sunrise trekking. 2 guides- Agus and Juli took us up while Jero waited elsewhere. My kids were actually fitter than I thought as...More

Thank DingBelle
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