Explore secret West Bali

– Medewi​  


across West Bali on one of the most scenic drives on the island. Do this drive in the early mornings and you're likely to have a stunning view of Batukaru volcano.

– Negara​  


the road less-travelled – the views are beautiful. Think vast tracts of paddies and distant hills covered in jungle. 

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– Medewi​  


a scenic road that winds through a sacred tree, then enjoy lunch or a Bali coffee with a breathtaking jungle view. 

– Balian​  


the exquisite rice terraces that stretch from Pantai Soka all the way back to the foot of Batukaru mountain. They're among the loveliest rice terraces in Bali.

– Pemuteran​  


wine and take a walk through one of the many small vineyards where grapes are grown for Bali's Hatten Wine. 

– Medewi​  


to and swim in the pool at the base of West Bali's pretty twin waterfall, Juwuk Manis 

– Negara​  


the colourful fishing fleet moored in a river mouth near Negara. 

– Medewi​  


to make coconut oil the traditional way. Classes are held on request at the home of Ratna and Sup, in a scenic and quiet part of Medewi.

– Negara​  


the dramatic mekepung – buffalo chariot races – that take place on Sundays in the paddies near Negara.

– Pemuteran​  


for some of the most delicious – and unusual – artisanal salt made on the island.

– Balian​  


the small Catholic Church in hillside Selabih. There's a pretty shrine to the Virgin Mary set in tended gardens, and the view from up here is stunning.

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