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Bali dolphin sanur uluwatu sunset tour

Bali swimming with Dolphin and Uluwatu sunset tour is another amazing fun day tour presented by seminyak tour driver Bali.

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Bali Swimming with dolphin

Begin the tour in the morning after delicious breakfast at the hotel and our friendly drive you to  Sanur Dolphin lodge to get interaction with friendly Dolphin on the ocean poll. And this tour also will take you to have lunch at Ubud warung to enjoy best culinary of Ubud and  also the tour will take you to visit Bali Coffee plantation in Ubud and Tegenungan waterfall, enjoy the most spectacular sunset view and kecak dance in Uluwatu temple also will present on the itinerary of Bali Swimming with Dolphin Tour .

The interesting place will be visiting on the Sanur Bali Dolphin Ubud Waterfall Uluwatu Sunset Tour :

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Bali dolphin lodge

Bali Dolphin Lodge : The best education tour will be presented on this fun interaction with Dolphin. Wear the standard Australian safety equipment and the visitor will be trainee by profesional instructor before the sesion interation swim with dolphin on Bali Dolphin lodge. The sesion at Bali Dolphin sanur are on view different schedule in one day as :

Bali Dolphin Program :

  • Dolphin interaction Adult price 79 usd per person with 30 minutes session
  • Dolphin interaction children 2 years old – 12 years old  price 69 usd per person with 30 minutes session
  • Only watching  Adult price 39.50 USD per person with 30 minute session
  • Only watching children 5 years old – 12 years old  price 34.50 USD per person with 30 minute session
  • Infant only watching is companied by parents.
  • Swiming with dolphin Adult price 89 USD per person with 30 minutes session
  • Swiming with dolphin for Children minimum 12 years old 79 usd per person with 30 minute session
  • Dry watching for Adult minimum 6 person 45 usd per person with 30 minute session
  • Dry watching for Children 5 years old to 12 years old  40 usd per person with 30 minute session

Session and schedule briefing time at Bali Dolphin lodge :

1st Session

Briefing time : 09 : 15 am.

Start activity :10 : 10 Am – 10 : 40 Am

2nd Session 

Briefing time : 10 : 05 Am

Start activity : 11 : 00 Am – 11.30 Am

3rd Session

Briefing time : 11 : 05 Am.

Start activity : 12 : 00 Pm – 12.30 Pm

4th Session 

Briefing time : 12: 00 noon.

Start activity : 12 : 45 Am – 13.15 Pm

5th Session 

Briefing time : 13 : 30 Pm.

Start activity : 14 : 25 Pm – 15 : 05 Pm

On our tour we will pick the 1st session and the program dolphin we will let you to choose and please mention us on the booking tour. It also possible to customize our tour time following the session schedule as your sweet time.

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Warung Tepi Tebing

Warung Tepi Tebing : The best culinary of Ubud, Experience the local Balinese food with tipicaly ubud culinary as Crispy duck and Ayam Betutu or Steam chiken with Balinese herbs, the restaurant has sett-up on the hill side facing to Ubud champuhan river side and tropical ambiance. Get the table sett on floating gazebos surrounding by the fish pond and sound of Nature make this place become one of the best culinary place to experience in Ubud.

 

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Bali coffee at Ubud coffee plantation

Coffee plantation : Coffee is one of Balinese tipycal greeting and welcoming drink as regarding friend or partner as visiting some place in Bali. On this tour we invite you to see and visit how the Bali coffee is made on traditional way as meet true the original Balinese coffer taste and also the visitor will able to see the animal of popular “luwak coffee” as the best coffee in the world . The visitor also will present a complimentary tester on visiting Bali coffee plantation in Ubud and visiting coffee plantation is free of entrance fee.

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Beauty Panorama of Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfall : The most amazing waterfall traveler must visit in Ubud as we will take you to visit, located in Kemenuh Village on the slope of Petanu river. An amazing view and panorama has presented on the Tegenungan waterfall, green scenery along the river side and also the holy water temple as local called Pura Beji has present an Holy water on the side of Tegenungan Waterfall. Visiting Tegenungan waterfall there is ticket 15.000 IDR per person

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The Uluwatu temple tour

Uluwatu Temple : Facing to the indian ocean, the uluwatu temple located in the bottom of the Bali island, stand up on above the hill on 650.000 Meter high above the sea level make the Uluwatu temple present the most spectacular view with their sunset. The Balinese kecak dance it performe every day from 18 : 00 Pm to 19 : 00 Pm at open stage of Uluwatu temple during the sunset time. The entrace ticket to visit the Uluwatu temple are 30.000 IDR per person and to enjoy the kecak and fire performance the ticket 100.000 IDR per person can be purchase at the front desk at uluwatu temple .

The itinerary of Bali Dolphin Uluwatu sunset tour :

08 : 15 Am : Departure from Hotel

09 : 00 Am : Arrive at  Bali Dolphin Sanur

09 : 15 Am : Briefing Dolphin Tour

10 : 10 Am : Start the Dolphin Tour

10 : 40 Am : Finish Dolphin Tour

11 : 30 Am : Departure to Warung Tepi

12 : 00 Noon : Lunch at Warung Tebing

13 : 00 Pm : Depart to Coffee Plantation

13 : 10 Pm : Visit Coffee plantation

14 : 00 Pm : Departure to Tegenungan fall

14 : 10 Pm : Visit Tegenunga  Fall

15 : 00 Pm : Departure to Uluwatu temple

17 : 00 Pm : Visiting Uluwatu temple

18 : 00 Pm : Visiting Kecak dance

19 : 00 Pm : Back to Hotel

The Tour Price : 450.000 IDR per car with 7 seater occupant in one car MPV model or mini van we have provide.

What to bring on this tour : 

– Money, Modest clothe, camera, sun block or sun scream, hat , sun glasses.

Tour Included : Petrol, Private Car, English speaking driver tour guide , Mineral water bottle, parking fee and Sarong.

Tour excluded : 

  1. Entrance Dolphin ticket as listed above as optional , apply and purchase on arrival at Bali Dolphin Lodge.
  2. Lunch at Tepi tebing on optional
  3. Coffee plantation are free ticket
  4. Tegenungan waterfall 15.000 IDR per person
  5. Uluwatu temple the ticket 30.000 IDR per person
  6. Kecak and fire dance at uluwatu the ticket 100.000 IDR per person

Book this tour please contact us at:

Email : seminyakdriver@gmail.com

Phone : +62 082 236 087 680

Wahatapps : +62 082 236 087 680

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Seminyak to Ubud

 

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Ubud palace

Seminyak to Ubud palace puri saron , Puri Saren Ubud or more popular name as a Bali Ubud Royal palace is an Ubud Kingdom Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses as a residence of Ubud King. It is set in the center of Ubud Bali with traditional art market just in front of it and it is found by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel who has commanded from year 1800 – 1823. Ubud Royal Palace is an artistic cultural life center, while the traditional market is the symbol of local economics resident. The existence of Ubud Royal Palace as a palace is equipped by a Wantilan/auditorium that is a large building of meeting room and a banyan tree as shelter place at the daytime. The traditional market is the place of society economics and its existence is always border on palace as artistic cultural life center. It means that the both pole meeting is describing the dynamics of society and kingdom life.

The history of Bali’s royal ruling families goes as far back as the 10th century but it wasn’t until the 1300’s that they became historically renown. In 1343, the Majapahit Empire took hold after the Javanese king defeated the Balinese king. Their rule marked the arrival of Javanese Hindu culture, which is still evident today in architecture, the arts, literature, dance and the theatre. A few Balinese villages remained aloof from this change, however, with the rise of Islam across Indonesia, the Majapahit Empire finally fell and Bali became independent at the end of the 15th century. Many of the Javanese aristocracy and key members of the creative society took refuge on the island and the period became known as Bali’s Golden Age.

Ubud has been a “royal town” for over a hundred years. Its princes, who bear the title “Tjokorda” or “Agung” still live in traditional palaces, called “Puris”. Be aware, however, that every place called “puri” is not a royal palace. The word has been used quite liberally of late. Alsobe aware that there is not one palace in Ubud, but many, most of them clustered around the main cross-roads near the Bud market. There are several other “royal” towns in the Bud area, too, with their own palaces, most of which have close family ties to the Bud Tjokordas. A web of connections is maintained by incidental and arranged marriages among the respective offspring of princes in Sayan, Pejeng, Singapadu, Peliatan, and Payangan’s puris.

Although the old Balinese feudal system was superseded by the Dutch colonial government more that eighty years ago, the Tjokordas still retain a special role in Ubud society. Many leadership roles, both sacred and secular are held by Tjokordas. They also figure prominently in the local business community, arts institutions, and professional circles. While no formal power is automatically granted to someone because they come from a puri, the Ubud royals still command respect solely on the basis of their heredity. They also command respect from some quarters on the basis of their rather disproportionate wealth.

The Royal palaces have long been the largest landholders in the area. They used to manifest this role in a largely “custodial” way, managing vast tracts of rice-growing land for the benefit of the community and the temples. In recent times, however, with the advent of western models of land ownership, many palaces have developed or sold landholdings to augment their personal wealth–sometimes conspicuously. In pre-colonial Bali, palaces were the primary patrons of art, music, dance and literature. The Ubud palaces consciously continue this tradition. They act as repositories of traditional culture, and develop artistic endeavours throughout the area, much to the benefit of both Ubudians and visitors.

The Tjokordas are no longer the physical embodiment of The State, they are just private citizens, with the same concerns as other private citizens, plus a few more. Accordingly, the Ubud palaces are essentially just family homes, and none have yet been turned into museums of public tourist attractions. While some of them are fine examples of traditional architecture, none are “historical” in terms of age. In fact, most are pretty new. The oldest Ubud palace was located a little to the east of Pura Dalem Ubud, above the main road. It collapsed in an earthquake early this century, and nothing remains but a flat place with traces of foundation here and there.