Bali is best known for its active lava mountains, also known as the Island of the Gods. You will be thrilled to know that there are four active volcanoes in Bali and you can actually embark on a trekking tour in Ubud to any of these: Mount Batur, Beratan, Mount Agung and Mount Merbuk. The terraced farms, ancient temples rocky coastlines, and sandy beaches are more than enough to intoxicate the adrenaline on your trekking tours in Ubud. The hiking trails of Mt. Batur are recognized for its fiery and spectacular sunrise that can be teamed up by with a walk through old galleries of Tanah Lot Temple to witness a majestic sunset. Try the elephant trekking that follows the Ayung River into a luscious green jungle and a long stretch of rice paddies, that brings you closer to the Balinese culture and indulges in various adventurous activities like white water rafting, cycling adventures etc. One can also embark on a trekking expedition from Jatiluwih to Tambilang which offers a captivating view of the rice fields and the rainforest.
Bali has several regions with unique specialties, the first place that is likely to be a hit fo a traveler in Bali is Ubud. The rainforest landscape gives a feast to the human eyes and the verdant trekking destinations bring calm to the mind, body, and soul. It is the center for traditional crafts and dance, endless rice paddies and ancient Hindu temples and shrines which are best explored on a trekking tour in Ubud. The less altered roads of Bali is where you should tread upon, like a trekking expedition trip to Penglipuran village and Bangli hill walk or a jaw-dropping expedition to the summit of Batur Caldera, rivet in the sights of the ocean and the sunrise and enjoy the views of Batur lake with a breathtaking sunset perfectly ending the evening.