HANDY TO KNOW
Local Currency: Indonesia Rupiah
(there are lots of money changers and ATM’s)
Credit Card payments are accepted at the villas
Best time to go: March- November but the rainy season isn’t usually heavy
Tips: Bring your own sunscreen, natural mosquito repellant, comfortable clothing and a hat. Don’t worry about putting on an appearance, comfort is key. Have a sarong with you (men too!), always handy for entrance to the temples and please ladies wear something that covers your shoulders.
Notes: Always ask questions if you have them, the guides love it! Ladies if you're in your 'moon'cycle you're technically not allowed to enter a temple.
Bali Spiritual Tours
Bali Spiritual Tours : Day Tours to visit temples, local healers and artisans
What should you expect on a Bali Spiritual Tour?
Led by a local guide, knowledgeable in all major religious influences, you’ll spend half day and day tours visiting lesser known temples, trying Balinese medicinal drinks known as Jamu’s and receiving blessings from a Hindu priest. Of course, since ‘Eat, Love’Pray’ came out, people have descended on masse to Ubud requesting an audience with ‘Ketut’. As you can imagine, thousands of ‘authentic’ Ketut Liyars sprang up so it’s our job to sift out the real ‘Balians’. Put your sceptisicm aside when you visit a Balinese healer, you can receive some amazing insights into your existence, believe us, we have!
Our Bali spiritual day tours are designed to be private so you’ll have an air conditional vehicle with driver plus your guide all to yourself. We’ve known Wayan for all long time and his enthusiasm and vast knowledge about Bali’s spiritual history is second to none. He also has a wicked sense of humor so enjoy your day out with him!
Once you’re out of the hub bub of the South, Bali remains a mystical island. Ornate temples are scattered through villages which open out onto rice terraces. It really doesn’t matter when you come to Bali, there’s always a ceremony happening somewhere. It’s a daily occurrance!
Bali Spiritual Tour Programs
All day tours are personalized so please inquire
Day Tour Example: Purify the Soul
Leave South Bali behind and head to through sleepy villages
Visit Jatih Luwih Rice Terraces (UNESCO heritage site)
Personal consultation and diagnosis with Balinese Priest (Mangku)
Indonesian Organic Lunch
Visit a Balinese traditional market
Meditation in a sacred cave/temple
Tanah Lot temple for sunset prayers (taking a lesser known route)
All Spiritual tours are tailored specifically to the guest and are private