Cultural Walking Tour

Price: $48.00
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Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Active, Scenic, Walking
Shore Excursion Duration 7 Hours
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Water, Coconut Water, Coffee/Tea Tasting, Lunch Please Note: Balinese food often contains peanuts. Those with allergies should indicate it upon booking as the operator will make special meal arrangements.
Recommended Dress Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing. Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and comfortable walking shoes.
Restrictions Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation. Minimum age to participate is 5 years old, and maximum age is 60 years old. Guests should be in moderate physical health with no back or respiratory problems. Not recommended for guests who are pregnant. This tour is wheelchair accessible.

Cultural Walking Tour

Your expedition begins as you are picked up at port and taken to Tampaksiring village.

Drop in on a village school then visit a local farm to learn about Balinese coffee and spices and be treated to a delicious coffee tasting. At Pakerisan River you will observe various Hindu and Buddhist temples, 8 of which are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Start with Pegulingan Temple then make your way to Tirta Empul Temple to watch a purifying blessing bath in the pertirtann or bathing pool.

Continue to Gunung Kawi, a secluded 11th century royal tomb complex nestled amid rice terraces. Allow the strong and mystic energy to surround you as you walk amongst these sites.

In the village compound you will have a chance to meet with the locals, learn about their community living system and sample fresh young coconut. Conclude your culture walk at the rice fields and the Subak Pulagan irrigation system. This system uses terraces and water temples, which are under the authority of priests.

Water rituals are used to connect people to the earth and the resulting rice is viewed as a gift of the gods. Sign up to see and experience a unique area of Bali that not many people get to see.

Please Note: A tourist visa is required to debark in Indonesia. Cruise lines do not usually provide this visa, therefore, you will need to obtain one prior to your cruise.