5 Star Mason Adventure Afternoon Rafting + Private Tour
5 Star Mason Adventure Morning Rafting
Get wet and wild with the pioneers of Bali’s adventure industry, and enjoy a thrilling and scenic journey along the enigmatic Ayung River in Ubud. Featuring Bali’s longest white water rafting trip and exclusively providing the only premium experience available on the island from start to finish; including the best facilities, equipment, safety, food and service.
Please choice private tour
A. adult: USD 74 | child: USD 38 (between 5 to 12)
Ubud Palace is one of the most prominent places in Ubud, as it is
smack-dab on the main Jalan Raya Ubud road and intersection. The palace can also
be regarded as the focal landmark of Ubud. The Ubud palace was built during the
lordship of the late Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel (1800-1823), and is well-kept by
his successive heirs.
Ubud Art Market is the traditional Ubud markets have two sections: one for the tourists and one for the everyday needs of the locals.The two story building houses all kinds of souvenirs: clothes, earthen ware, arts, spices, hand made beauty products, jewelries, etc
B. adult: USD 76 | child: USD 40 (between 5 to 12)
Goa Gajah Temple or Elephant Cave Temple which is located in west side of countryside, Blah Batuh Sub district and Gianyar Regency. This cave is built at crevasse edge from the federation of 2 rills that is called Pangkung River , where the irrigation is mixed with Petanu River flow. The Goa Gajah's name is written on Negara Kertagama papyrus which is compiled by Mpu Prapanca on 1365 M. Lwa or Lwah/Loh mean the river and it reflect to the meaning that the hermitage is located at Gajah River or in Air Gajah.
C. adult: USD 76 | child: USD 40 (between 5 to 12)
Yeh Pulu Temple is one in the collection of fascinating archaeological sites that you can visit in the central Bali highland village of Bedulu. After a descent on foot following a lush forest trail, you will discover a rice field, freshwater springs and an impressive 25m-long array of carvings etched into a rock face, depicting mythological wayang or shadow puppet characters, Hindu gods, as well as people going about normal village life. The site that dates back to the 14th century.