Rich in its diversity of culture and landscape, Bali is an unmissable destination on every globetrotter’s itinerary. Although it is famous for its beaches, there is so much more to Bali. The island is a gold mine of places that are full of untouched natural wonders. If you want to explore Bali beyond the crowded resorts and stuffed bars.
This Tegenungan Waterfall Tour with Butterfly Park & Monkey Forest tour will take you through some of the most picturesque places, like the marvellousTegenungan Waterfall, beautiful Butterfly Park, Monkey Forest, and Ubud Traditional Market.
Tegenungan Waterfall: Tegenungan Waterfall perched at a height of 50 feet. The crystal-clear water drops from the majestic heights to form natural pools at the bottom where you can take a refreshing dip to escape the scorching heat of Bali. It is the most beautiful waterfall in Bali with emerald green forests as the backdrop and serene environs surrounding it.
Kemenuh Butterfly Park: Kemenuh Butterfly Park features vibrantly colored butterflies. Here, you can learn about this wondrous insects’ life in detail and watch hundreds of these diversely hued creatures from up close.
Monkey Forest: Witness naughty long-tailed monkeys playing in Ubud’s most famous woods at Monkey Forest.
Ubud Traditional Market: Even though you can find many shopping malls in Bali especially in the southern part of Bali island, the traditional market remains available in Bali. The existence of the traditional market stays in touch in Bali. Due to most local areas prefer to buy their daily need for the traditional market. Bali traditional art market has its unique value. Also, you can visit it as one of the interesting places to visit while on holiday in Bali.
09.00 am: Pick-up at hotel
10.00 am: Visit Tegenungan Waterfall
12.30 pm: Visit Kemenuh Butterfly Park
14.00 pm: Lunch at Restaurant (own expenses)
15.30 pm: Visit Ubud Monkey Forest
17.00 pm: Visit Ubud Traditional Market:& Ubud Palace
18.00 pm: Back to the hotel
In Bali, there are often traditional ceremonies if there is an event like this around the tourist destination sometimes people visit the sights are not allowed to enter then the journey continues to the next resort.