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7 Day Bali Itinerary

Get away from the tourist crowd and explore
North Bali – Villa With Seaview

 

 

 

 

Munduk

If you consider yourself more of a jungle lover than the beach, Munduk is an ideal choice in Northern Bali. Set around 45-minutes South of Lovina, the area is lush, green, and quiet, boasting some of Bali’s most instagrammable Villas. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lovina

 

 

                    Lovina is the main tourist town in the North of Bali, famous for black sand beaches and dolphin spotting

Many are surprised to learn that dolphin spotting is one of the popular things to do in North Bali – us included!

When we heard about this activity, we were really excited. I mean, who doesn’t want to see these majestic & playful animals in their own habitat. They’re like the puppies of the sea.

There is a fine line between ethical animal tourism and unethical; so please do your research first. 

 

                                          Dont miss aling aling waterfall in North Bali

At a tremendous height of 35-metre, Gitgit is one of the tallest and most powerful waterfalls in Bali.

Set in a real jungle paradise environment, Gitgit has all the feels of an off-the-beaten-path adventure. When, in fact, it’s located an easy 15-minute walk from the main road. Gitgit is the ideal spot to take a dip, chill out, and admire nature. However, we would encourage you to visit early should you want to avoid the crowds.

The entrance fee for Gitgit is 20,000 IDR/pax. 

Black Sand Beaches

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The black sand is said to have originated from Mount Agung – Bali’s most notorious volcano. The volcanic shoreline stretches from Amed, all along the East Coast and up to Seriret in the North.

 

Lovina is the most popular black sand beach in North Bali. You’ll find various beachside bars and restaurants along this stretch as well as water sports and other activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Banjar Hot Springs

There are various ‘natural’ hot springs dotted around Bali; however, most are unauthentic and incredibly touristic.

We found Banjar Hot Springs to be the complete opposite, with mostly locals bathing in the cleansing waters of the holy springs. The 38-degree hot springs are centuries old.

The temperature of the water combined with the sulphuric properties is said to be excellent for your skin and health in general.

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