There is a reason Bali consistently ranks as one of the best travel destinations in the world. With spectacular landscapes, world-famous surf breaks,
gorgeous golf courses, sublime shopping, and an utterly unique and vibrant culture, there is plenty to see and do on the Island of the Gods.
At Awarta we offer a range of activities and excursions ranging from adrenaline-pumping adventures to relaxed cultural exchanges. Just let our team
know what interests you and they can help you create beautiful memories that will stay with you long after your Bali holiday.
Bali’s only dedicated elephant rescue facility, and is home to 31 critically-endangered Sumatran Elephants, 4 of which were born in Bali. The park provides guests with the rare opportunity to interact and learn about these gentle giants while giving the healthy herd a comfortable and safe environment to call home.
Located within a tropical jungle North of Bali, the Tegenungan Waterfall is a hidden space in Bali where you can find nature’s water shower with wide pond receiving the clear and fresh water. Connect closer to nature and experience the calming water sound, birds chirping and breezy wind blowing through the leaves.
For over centuries, many have visited the Tirta Empul Temple, a Hindu Balinese water temple, to marvel at its ancient beauty and bathe in its refreshing blessed water. The temple pond gives out fresh water daily, for which the Balinese believes to be holy and as a sacred spring for ritual purification.
The Ulun Danu Temple is located on the shores of Lake Beratan and set within the highlands of mountainous Bedugul Regency in Bali, approximately 1200 m above sea level. At sunrise, you will find mist rising from the calm lake, crisp and cool breeze sweeping across the temple.
The traditional Tari Kecak or Kecak Dance is one of Balinese artistic masterpieces in the form of dance and a musical drama. Watch this enticing performance held open air at sunset above the Uluwatu cliff facing the Bali sea.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is unique for its traditional Subak irrigation system. Located at an altitude of approximately 700 m above sea level, you can experience a picturesque view of the thousands of hectares of lush paddy fields that cascades in terraces from the upper reaches of volcanoes down to the deep valleys below.