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What To See In The East Of Bali

August 16, 2019 by villabali  

Are you looking for an escape from today’s quick-paced lifestyle? Is waking up to ocean sights something you can never get enough of? Do you wish to witness the “Real Bali”? Perhaps you must take into account spending some time in the east of Bali & you’ll come back home fully rejuvenated, reloaded and ready to take on the world. East Bali is simply stunning & once you’ve made your way to this raw, quiet and undamaged part of the island, you may never wish to leave.

Still unsure? Feel free to check out these 5 reasons to discover the East of Bali this approaching Bali vacation:

Serenity & awe-inspiring views:

Waking up the sight of the sea is one thing but getting to relish these sights to the backdrop of gigantic Mount Agung – the highest & holiest active volcano in all of Bali – is really remarkable! Far from the tourist crowds, enclosed by immaculate volcanic beaches & rice paddy gorges, you simply won’t know what hit you! Book yourself a private Bali villa with ocean views from the garden, bed and the living room for the most memorable island vacation.

Innumerable cultural milestones to explore:

Some of the most exqusites temples and historical landmarks are situated in the east of Bali. Why not opt on a day trip to see Tirta Gangga Water Palace, Kertha Gosa Hall of Justice, Goa Lawah “Bat cave” temple and the fairytale-like Lotus Lagoon? These are incredible places to see and they’re great for photo-taking, as well!

Outdoor adventure in the east:

It’s not just about serenity in the east of Bali. Up for some outdoor adventure? You can opt for a 15 kilometers river rafting tour on the Telaga Waja River in Karangasem. This is a fantastic way to relish the awe-inspiring sceneries, cool down with a dip in the river & have great amusement on the river rapids. The rafting trip takes nearly 2.5 hours & at the end of the trek you’ll raft off a 4m water fall.

An underwater paradise awaits:

While the south of Bali is all about surfing , East Bali is more about snorkelling & diving. Better said, East Bali is home to a submarine paradise with superb coral gardens and astounding marine life. In most coastal villages, you can go snorkelling straight off the beach.

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