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bali from the sky



BEST TIME TO TRAVEL: all year round
DURATION: approx. 1h30m
GROUP SIZE: max. 5 ppl (private heli charter)
PRICE FROM: 1000 USD per charter                             

INCLUDED: transfers, beverages, private charter of helicopter

  • Take your own aerial shots of Bali
  • Admire the best view in the island
  • Change the perspective
  • Look at Bali from a different perspective



Let’s do things different way. Allow us to discover for you the other side of mystical Bali; the side hidden high above the clouds and peaks of its mighty volcanoes.

Let’s have a look on the Island of Gods the way the gods see it themselves – from the sky. Fly to the breathtaking volcanic crater of Mt. Batur via Tanah Lot Temple on the West coast.

We reach Mt. Batur volcano after 30 minutes of flight time over diverse landscape. This crater is the remains of a huge explosion that occurred thousands of years ago. Lake Batur, Bali’s largest lake, is situated within this crater, next to a younger active volcano. The small volcano is constantly recreating itself in periodic eruptions of ash and rock. We explore this sometimes-smoking volcano by circling the crater. 

Proceeding East we then fly over Lake Batur and past Mt. Abang, reaching Besakih temple, Bali’s biggest temple complex. The Helicopter now starts to climb to an astonishing 11,000 ft, to reach the crater of Mt. Agung.

Upon reaching the top, we circle the crater and then start to descend towards Besakih Temple at the foot of the mountain. In the distance Mt. Rinjani on the neighboring island of Lombok is visible on a clear day.

On the return journey to the Heliport, we pass numerous rivers, valleys, hotels, and villas and of course luscious rice fields. Prior to landing, the route takes us via the Eastern coastline to see the beaches of Sanur and Benoa harbour



Happy Customers


“Far Horizon took us of the beaten tourist path of Bali and arrange unique and very special experience that we would have never had access to previously. Their local knowldge of Bali and its culture its unmatched.”

- Matt Mickiewicz