The east of Bali hides great treasures such as paradisiacal beaches and dream temples. Do you sign up for this excursion to East Bali?
Itinerary to do in Tua
We will start the route at the Pura Goa Lawah temple. It is located in the vicinity of Candidasa, in the eastern part of the island of Bali. It is the refuge of millions of bats, it is also known as the Cueva de los Bats. It is more than 1000 years old and plays an important role in rituals related to life after death.
Then we will go to Lempuyang, the temple of the Gates of Heaven and one of the largest and most spectacular in Indonesia, with views that we will not be able to forget. It is dedicated to the God of Peace, where we will have to climb its 1,700 steps to reach the famous Gates of Heaven. We can enjoy unparalleled views of Mount Agung, an active volcano and the highest point on the entire island of Bali.
We will continue our private excursion with a visit to Tirta Gangga, the royal gardens. It is a water palace of King Karangasem with a mixture of Balinese and Dutch architecture.
Lastly, we'll set off to Virgin Beach. Do you sign up for this East Bali Tour: Lempuyang y Goa Lawah?
Highlights to see in East Bali Tour: Lempuyang y Goa Lawah
Pura Goa Lawah temple
Guide in Spanish and English
Group 1-4 pax (Privado 07:00 horas): 75.00 €
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Car with air conditioning
Spanish-speaking guide with driver
Donations of tickets
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Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?