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BALI SA­FARI AND MA­RINE PARK

Ex­pe­ri­ence the riches of wildlife at Bali Sa­fari & Ma­rine Park with an ex­cit­ing Sa­fari Jour­ney that takes you through the nat­u­ral habi­tats of In­done­sia, In­dia and Africa. There is also cul­tural per­for­mance Bali Agung, which is a spec­tac­u­lar the­atri­cal per­for­mance cel­e­brat­ing the tra­di­tions of the is­land’s unique Hindu her­itage, and leisure fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing Tsavo Lion Restau­rant, Mara River Sa­fari Lodge and a Water Park and Fun Zone. P: +62361 950000

www.bal­isa­fari­marinepark.com NIGHT SA­FARI AT BALI SA­FARI & MA­RINE PARK

Sat­isfy your senses with the un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ence of a night time ad­ven­ture in the wilder­ness. A spe­cially de­signed caged tram will take you on a jour­ney through the African Sa­van­nah where you will get to see and hand feed an­i­mals at close range. This mag­i­cal evening also in­cludes a de­li­cious all-you-can-eat BBQ at Nkuchiro Bar & Grill.

Tel. +62361 950 000 | www.bal­isa­fari­marinepark.com CLIMB­ING

It takes about 3-6 hours to climb Mt. Agung, Bali’s high­est moun­tain (see Bali Road Map - *N5) and it takes a day (re­turn trip) to reach the sum­mit of Mt. Batukaru (see Bali Road Map - *I5). Guides are a must! For a more ad­ven­tur­ous climb, try Mt. Rin­jani in Lom­bok (as­cent and de­scent - 3 days). Not ad­vis­able dur­ing the rainy sea­son (Nov-March).

CY­CLING

Cy­cling is a fan­tas­tic way to see Bali ‘off the beaten track’. Most ped­al­push­ers can find their own way around but there are also ad­ven­ture com­pa­nies of­fer­ing guided ex­cur­sions on bikes through moun­tain trails.

GOLF

Golfers in Bali have a choice of 4 world-class golf cour­ses. On Bali’s South West coast, close to the fa­mous tem­ple of Tanah Lot, is the spec­tac­u­lar Nir­wana Bali Golf Club, voted as Asia’s top golf venue. In Nusa Dua, you

For those wish­ing to sweat it out on dry land, the fol­low­ing pages out­line some of the most ex­cit­ing land-based ac­tiv­i­ties and sports on of­fer in Bali.

can tee off at the Bali Golf and Coun­try Club. The Grand Bali Beach in Sa­nur of­fers a 9-hole golf course, whereas the award-win­ning Han­dara Golf Resort Bali, lo­cated at the beau­ti­ful and cool Bedugul coun­try­side in Bali’s cen­tral lake dis­trict is a spec­tac­u­lar 18-hole golf resort and na­ture re­treat that’s per­fect for fam­i­lies. Don’t for­get to try your swing at the beau­ti­ful New Kuta Golf, voted as In­done­sia’s lead­ing golf resort 2010-2011.

ELE­PHANT SA­FARI PARK

Al­ways thought of your­self as a ‘big an­i­mal lover?’ Start your day awak­ing among the Su­ma­tran ele­phants at Ele­phant Sa­fari Park in Taro. Watch these hum­ble big fel­las from your very own lodge bal­cony. Ride the ‘Ele­phant Taxis’ to the restau­rant feel­ing like roy­alty sprung from Scheherazade 1001 Ara­bian night tales. It’s said ele­phants never for­get. Nei­ther will you af­ter min­gling among those trunks. Tel. +62361 721 480. www.ma­son­ad­ven­tures.com

OFF ROAD TOURS

Get off the beaten track and dis­cover the nat­u­ral beauty of Bali with Bali Quad & Bali Buggy tours. Great fun for the whole fam­ily! The cen­tral part of Bali of­fer ad­ven­tur­ous jour­neys await­ing to be ex­plored. You may also try and land cruise tour with big four-wheeled jeep to marvel the won­der­ful rice field ter­races of Jatiluwih or wildlife watch­ing at the West Bali Na­tional Park.

TREKKING

As it is easy get­ting lost while trekking in Bali (parts of the jun­gle can look iden­ti­cal and paths of­ten lead to nowhere), us­ing a guide is ad­vis­able.

PINEH TREKKING

This ad­ven­ture tour ser­vice spe­cial­izes on Mt. Batur & Mt. Agung Sun­rise Trekking, guid­ing you to wit­ness the sun­rise from the very top. It will be once in a life­time ex­pe­ri­ence to see the won­der of sun­rise from the top of Bali’s ac­tive vol­ca­noes: Mt. Batur (1,717 m), Mt. Abang (2, 153 m) or the high­est vol­cano in Bali, Mt. Agung (3, 142 m). The early morn­ing trekking is in­vig­o­rat­ing, and Pineh Trekking will as­sist you from pick up and trans­fer ser­vice, break­fast, li­censed trekking guide, water sup­ply to en­trance ticket to the sites. The price starts from IDR 450,000 per per­son. For de­tail of itin­er­ary, please con­tact Pineh Trekking at +62 366 51 378 | mo­bile: +62 81 338 459 739, +62 87 861 220 932 | Email: pine­hco­lad­a­bali@ya­hoo.co.id

PAINT BALL

Paint­ball has many dif­fer­ent game for­mats - though typ­i­cally a group of play­ers will di­vide into two teams to play “cap­ture the flag.” The num­ber of play­ers on each team can vary from one or two, five or seven or ten or even up to a 100 play­ers. Games run from 20 to 45 min­utes. www.paint­ball­bali.com

FLY­ING TRAPEZE

High Fly­ers Bali trapeze school lo­cated at the Bali Dy­nasty Resort in Tuban, South Kuta is the only fly­ing trapeze school open to the public. As well as of­fer­ing a lot of fun, High Fly­ers Trapeze school with the motto “I Be­lieve I Can Fly!” fa­cil­i­tates the de­vel­op­ment of par­tic­i­pants, build­ing greater self con­fi­dence through a chal­leng­ing and fun ex­pe­ri­ence, within a safe and con­trolled en­vi­ron­ment. High Fly­ers Bali is open to ev­ery­one from the age or 5 to 65, whether you are just vis­it­ing Bali or live here per­ma­nently. Trapeze is a great work­out to tone and de­velop core strength. Avail­able for Team build­ing, Af­ter School Club, Satur­day Trapeze Club and Birth­day Par­ties, High Fly­ers is a sure way to have a mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ence in Bali. Spe­cial dis­count pro­grammes op­er­ate for longer stay vis­i­tors en­abling them to de­velop more skills in­clud­ing the ex­hil­a­rat­ing “Catch” !

For more in­for­ma­tion on rates, pack­ages and op­er­at­ing hours ei­ther visit www.high­fly­ers­bali.com | email info@high­fly­ers­bali.com or call +62361 752403.

FIT­NESS TRAIN­ING

There are many gyms avail­able on the is­land, within the bet­ter ho­tels, re­sorts and even vil­las as well as free­stand­ing with daily, weekly and monthly passes. Of these, Canggu Club has a great gym, Canggu and on the By Pass in Seminyak, Bali Sen­tosa Bodyku with Ko­mang Ar­nawa or Ham­mer Head on Jl. Nakula Le­gian and on the By Pass in Seminyak – all with daily classes and trainers.

Photo Courtesy of New Kuta Golf

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