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10 Natural Attractions in Bali to Add in Your Bucket List


The natural wonders listed here in Bali are the amazing blend of tranquility, from active volcanoes and highlands, serene lakes, evergreen mountains to flowing waterfalls. The centuries-old architectural marvels, from lush green paddy fields to magnificent temples, are set in the harmony with nature. Well, Bali is something more than these to explore, with its range of rich marine life and coral greens. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: 10 Natural Attractions in Bali to Add in Your Bucket List

10 Natural Attractions in Bali to Add in Your
Bucket List
Menjangan Island
Located on the northwest of the island, Bali
National Park is a densely forested zone spread
over 19000 hectares and was the only endemic
paradise to the Bali Starling. Naya Gawana Resort
Spa and The Menjangan are some of the hotels
near Bali National Park which offer natural tours
to the visitors. The inner areas in this park
have the rainforests and savannahs. There are
mangrove swamps bordering the northern coasts.
Menjangan Island has the tranquil coral reefs and
one of the best snorkeling sites in
Bali. https//www.anjnaglobal.com/
Campuhan Bridge
Most parts of Ubud are made of natural sceneries,
cool highlands and rivers and green valleys
loaded with flora and fauna. Some of the
beautiful river valleys are the Campuhan, Petanu,
and Ayung, which also houses one of the premier
rivers of Bali for white water rafting. It is the
best way to get up close to nature with a tour of
beautiful wildlife and bird sightings. Campuhan
is a confluence where two twin Oos rivers meet.
It also has a savannah with a secluded yet
beautiful trail. Hence, it is one of the best
places in Ubud. https//www.anjnaglobal.com/
Jatiluwih is basically a leading rice producer in
the island located in the village of Wangaya in
Tabanan region. It is well known for the huge
range of manmade rice fields. It is regency in
the mid-west of Bali. It is also one of the
greenest regions of the island. The national park
and lush highlands of West Bali are well covered
by the lush green forests. The site is stretched
over 600 hectares and it was once listed in
UNESCO Cultural Heritage status. With Batukaru
Mountain, the flowing green hills loom in the
backdrop and it makes really a great
sight. https//www.anjnaglobal.com/
Batukaru Temple
Located in the close proximity to Jatiluwih,
Batukatu Temple is the majestic landmark and one
of the major mountain temples in Bali. There are
cool tropical forests across the complex, making
it an ideal sightseeing attraction for nature and
culture vultures. The natural springs feed a
source of holy water in the temple. Its shrines
are covered in green moss with its ancient
sculptures and tiered roofs. All these are making
it really a beautiful sight to behold. The forest
along the complex has a nature trail for the
climbers on the official permit.
Beratan Lake
Beratan Lake is one of the three lakes in Bali
well known for their stunning lakeside temple,
Ulun Dan Beratan. It is well known for photogenic
opportunities and water sports as well. There are
other two lakes named Tamblingan and Buyan
covered by the nature trails, dense forests, and
campsites. In the Bedugul region, another
appealing attraction is Bali Botanical Gardens,
which are well known for the nature lovers. It
has a huge range of orchards and tropical
flowers. It also houses the fun and exciting Bali
Treetop Adventure Park for families. https//www.a
Kintamani Mt. Batur
The highlands of Kintamani are some of the best
hill viewpoints on the island offering
breathtaking views of the Caldera Lake and active
Batur volcano. You can explore the vastness of
range with a different angle by heading to the
Penelokan ridge and explore the starkly and
verdant greens and dark volcanic ash on the
dramatic hillsides. The area is dotted with the
Batur Temple and Toya bungkah lake shores. It
also has a lot of hot springs and resorts with
sprawling views. https//www.anjnaglobal.com/
Tegallalang Rice
Tegallalang Rice terraces are one of the major
highlights in Ubud. Located at the sleepy village
of Tegallalang, these rice terraces are amazing
viewpoints. This craftsmens paradise is located
around 10km north from the main hub of the town.
Lined with several cafes and restaurants and
various art shops which have great views, these
rice terraces are really adorable and beautify
the hillsides of the valley and can be clearly
seen from some parts of the path. You can embrace
the dramatic views of both sunrise and sunset. At
the time of harvesting, the terraces are capped
with glimmering greens. These paddies turn
radiant gold after harvest. https//www.anjnagloba
Hot Springs and Waterfalls
Most of the best waterfalls in Bali are remote
and are covered by dense forests, which really
add to the excitement. Singing, Gitgit and
soothing Yeh Sanih springs in North Bali are some
of the few springs, along with blahmantung falls.
Most of them have beautiful views for bird
watching on the dense foliage. These falls are
surrounded by wild orchids and fruit plantations.
Lempuyang Temple
The Lempuyang Temple of East Bali is a pilgrimage
named after the mountain of the same name. It is
located at the forested mountain summit inhabited
by long-tailed, timid grey macaques. You have to
climb up to 1700 steep stairs to go high up. So,
the climb is for healthy and fit people. The
higher you reach, the more the panoramic views
you can see across the highest Mt. Agung and
forested slopes. At its peak, you will be
rewarded with the view of ocean afar. You can
also spot exotic birds along the climb.
Lembongan Island
To discover the wonderful underwater beauty and
offshore experience, you can dive and snorkel the
turquoise blue waters of Nusa Lembongan. It has a
range of sites for a snorkeling adventure,
including Manta Point, Crystal Bay, and Toya
Pakeh, where mantas, sunfish, and sea turtles are
commonly seen. https//www.anjnaglobal.com/
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