Nusadua and Uluwatu Tour

One Day Full Trip , ( 8 -10 Hours duration ) : Visit turtle island the friendly green turtles populations in the morning, across by boat from Tanjung Benoa (boat fare extra) and enjoy water sport activities, Nusa Dua Beach, the elegance area of hotel resort and romantic beach with white and turquoise water.

Then,proceed the next object called Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue. It be built on the top of Jimbaran hill as a landmark and over here you can see the view of Benoa harbor and Ngurah Rai international airport and Indian ocean. The last and main destination of this tour is Uluwatu Temple go there through Ungasan Village, and Padang Padang Village. From this village you will be driven in a few minute drive to get the temple location. Over here you will see the most magnificent views from high cliff Pura Luhur Uluwatu an the southernmost coast of Bali .On the way back to your hotel you may stop at Jimbaran bay as optional to enjoy seafood BBQ to complete the evening - Relax and sit back listening to the waves while waiting your dinner to be served

Situated on the southernmost coast of Bali, the Pura Luhur Uluwatu is one of the most legendary holiest temples in Bali. Originally the temple was built in the tenth century under direction of Dang Hyang Nirartha, a Hindu priest from East Java. The temple itself stands on the rocks (it seems it has been united with the rocks), exactly at the line of beach but far high from the reach of the water of the sea. Sheer cliffs drop from the temple wall over 200 meters to the crashing surf below. This temple is known as a place for Dang Hyang Nirartha to have a moksa (same as heaven) at the end of His life. 'Moksa' is one the the five basic principle beliefs in Hinduism. Some could reach 'moksa' or heaven (to be united with the God) when all his sins have been eleminated for certain reasons. When someone reaches a moksa he will never born in this world anymore. In other words, he is free from the circle of incarnation, free from sins, sad, sorrow, difficult and free from anything which could make someone's life unhappy. In this temple, Dang Hyang Nirartha had his moksa in a perfect way. When he got it, there was no body remain after that! This temple has a very significant meaning for Balinese Hindu. It is one of the nine most important big temples in Bali. Every 6 months there are many people come to this temple for worship. Some months ago, this temple had been renovated because of some demages happened to some parts of it. You can see a fascinating sunset view from this temple, set by the sun, the sea, the temple and the rocky hills around you. Sometime you will have a nice scene to take a picture of a sitting monkey down beside the temple with a beautiful sunset background. Note that it is recommended for yout to NOT bothering the group of monkeys in this temple. Their home is around this temple. Even local people never bother them for any nauthy they did. They just need some snacks from you as an additional menu for them. Please give them some snacks if you are bringing some. Be kind to them, even if they are a little bit nauthy to you. Keep your precious goods from their reach. Afternoon tours to Uluwatu are most popular, as the descent from the Bukit back towards Kuta has the most spectacular view of the hinterland, and the tour can be timed to reach Kuta at sunset time, just as the last rays of the setting sun wash the ocean in waves of glowing colour .