Bali, the magical island where traditional cultures wholeheartedly cultivate from generation to generation then spread out its beauty to the world. Join our 4-day tour and explore charming essence of life in a traditional Balinese village, Local palm reader will look deep into your future and spiritual water purifying during the Melukay ceremony will clean up your soul from the bad energies. Meet with a talented mask maker, walk in the rice fields and learn to cook typical Balinese dishes during the cooking class with the local expert. This tour is a unique combination of the history and traditional local essence of this stunning Indonesian island.
Ubud: Is known as the arts and crafts centre of the island
Tradition is particularly important here and temple festivals happen almost dailyUndisan: traditional Balinese village settled in the middle of the rice fields still pertaining the traditional way of life and farmer techniquesMelukat: traditional Balinese ritual of purifying the body and soul, to refresh the spirit and clear away negative energies
Meet your driver at the hotel´s reception at around noon for your transfer to Ubud. On the way you stop to see the local healer, a charismatic priestess who comes from five generations of healers. She is primarily used palm reading and energy reading in her healing practices. You may be surprised at what you will discover through her spiritual eyes. After the consultation session, it may your most memorable and profound experience in Bali by joining a purification ceremony or Balinese called it "Melukat" conducted by Ibu Jero, Balinese believe that "Melukat" ritual will help cleanse the bodies on the physical, emotional and spiritual levels. At the end of this ceremony you will be transferred to your hotel for check-in. (We recommend you book an additional night or flight which arrives before 12 pm to be able to participate in the tour).
Overnight in Ubud.
Ubud – Wayan Muka Mask Master - Undisan
Wake up to your luscious breakfast at the hotel followed by the classic open-air safari. Your driver will meet you at the lobby of the hotel. Get the fresh morning air of Ubud heading to Mas village located just next to the eastern part of Ubud to meet with a high profile and very talented mask maker. His works illustrate very intricate detailing and are often used in performances. You will have the privilege to meet him and dig even deeper into his passion. A tasty picnic lunch will be served on the edge of The Campuhan Hill. A scattering of the colourful cushion is provided for you to lie back and enjoy the gentle beauty of this tranquil setting, it is a chance to share a selection of gourmet treats and other homemade goodies. After this delightful day you will be transferred to your hotel to spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight in Undisan.
Undisan Eco Village
Rise and prepare to be a Balinese for a day. At 9:00 am you will be welcomed by a local Balinese who will escort you walking through the inner side of the village. Once in the rice field area, Balinese cake for breakfast will be served. Further on, your local guide will take you to the local village to learn the traditional farming techniques, how to plough the rice field by traditional power of pair of cows/buffalo and plan the rice seeds. Enjoy fresh young coconut water and lunch in the hut in the middle of the rice fields. Continue with the soft trekking around rice fields, visit Pura Dalem Temple (temple of Siva God) and Waterfall, visit silver and goldsmiths who produce jewellery for Balinese dancers, Balinese bride & groom. Then visit a Balinese house compound to join typical Balinese activities such as making an offering and short traditional music introduction (Gamelan or Rindik). To wrap up this delightful day, you will learn the secrets of the traditional cuisine during the cooking class at your hotel, followed by dinner.
Overnight in Undisan.
Enjoy your tasty breakfast at the hotel and at the indicated time meet your driver who will transfer you to the Denpasar international airport to follow with your travel arrangements.
Comfortable and light clothing is the most suitable for travelling in Indonesia. Visitors should not wear sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts or skimpy clothing when visiting places of worship, religious or official buildings. Shoes should be removed before entering a temple or private house. Sun protection, sun glasses, a hat and mosquito repellent can be very useful during your stay.
Day 1 Ubud:
Standard Hotel Category = Hotel Adiwana Dara Ayu or similar 4*
Day 2, 3 Undisan:
Standard Hotel Category = Hotel D’ Umah Bali or similar 3*