Kintamani and Monkey Forest Tour
In addition to the Ubud Monkey Forest, this trip takes in Hindu temples, volcanic scenes and traditional Balinese arts. Your day will begin with a Barong dance performance and include three craft villages, Gunung Kawi temple and the "elephant cave".
Your tour will begin with a traditional Barong Dance, a symbol of the eternal struggle between good and evil - the King of the Spirits and the demon Queen Rangda.
After the performance, stop off at three small villages near Ubud known for their crafts. Stop at Mas, famous for wooden carvings and then Celuk, known for its Balinese silver and gold. Finally continue on to Tohpati where you can see the Batik made by hand using the traditional methods.
Mount Batur is your next stop, an active volcano which is situated along Lake Batur. You'll stop in the village of Kintamani, the best spot to view this small volcano. Here enjoy a buffet lunch with impressive views.
The last stop on your journey will take you to Ubud Monkey Forest, a nature reserve that's home to more than one hundred species of trees. Find a number of interesting temples here along with some crab-eating macaque monkeys which roam around.