Leisure & Tourism

Trekking In The North with Spa And Luxurious Accommodation

If you are an explorer, there is no better way to explore Bali but trekking in its beautiful hidden paths. One of the best is Munduk area in North Bali with many fruit and coffee plantations and breathtaking waterfalls. Also, trekking doesn’t have to be heavy or dirty and sweaty. Set your suitcases and problems down at a luxury nature resort and spa of Munduk Moding Coffee Plantation.

You will overlook jungle, rice fields and coffee trees and breath that amazingly cool mountain air. After trekking and hiking you can also reward yourself with massage in the spa, with a soothing sound of water since it trickles down a rock clad wall.
You can choose between the easy, moderate and strenuous walk to shake yourself up.

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Trekking around Tamblingan Lake

Starting at the rim of the crater, the first part of this hike will take you deep into the rainforest and towards the lake. You will be able to enjoy amazing landscape where many of the trees are more than 100 years old. Near Lake Tamblingan, there are many temples to see and then canoe around the lake. The best part is you don’t have to walk all the way back since the transport will arrive to take you back to your hotel.

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Trekking to Munduk

Walk through the rainforest and across plantations to the historical hill-station of Munduk. You will see it lying below you as you walk alongside ancient irrigation canals. Green luscious views of rice fields and rainforest characterize this walk that ends at Pura Subak Abian or a farmer temple in Munduk.

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Waterfall Bonanza

Starting from the resort, you will first see the Golden Valley Waterfall. You will also walk all the way to Munduk Waterfall (which has a dam) and finally you will see waterfall named Melanting Waterfall. Take your swimming trunks to refresh yourself and swim in the cool mountain water.

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