Bali
ULU WATU AND KECAK DANCE

 

ULU WATU AND KECAK DANCE

This is a prefect, half day long trip, especially for those accommodated in Nusa Dua/Jimbaran/Pecatu area.

  • When: all year
  • How long: half day
  • Group size: min 2pax
  • Price from: 70 USD/pax

HIGLIGHTS

  • VISIT ULUWATU CLIFF TEMPLE
  • PARTICIPATE IN ANCIENT HINDU KECAK DANCE
  • TASTE THE AMAZING SEAFOOD DINNER ON THE JIMBARAN’S BEACH
  • WATCH OUT ON TEMPLE

Take a quick ride to Nusa Dua – XI century temple built on the top of spectacular, over 100 meters high cliff. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu monkey-god Hanuman, so the area is also a sanctuary for sacred monkeys which can be spotted all over the place. We strongly recommend to take your shades off and not to have anything hanging around your neck because monkeys – as sacred as they might be – can be also nasty beasts which wouldn’t hesitate to jump on your back and grab it! Ulu Watu is one of Bali’s favorite places to enjoy sunset and the best surfing spots on the island. If watching some real giant rides is something what thrills you- Ulu Watu is a place to go. Every evening Ulu Watu hosts a unique performance of kecak dance – intriguing ritual collaborating ceremonial chant of several dozen men with some scenes from Ramayana – one of the oldest Hindu epics. Kecak dance can be seen only in Bali and its origins are ancient, pre-Hindu magical rites serving protective purpose. On the way back to your hotel we’d like to invite you for dinner to the restaurant on charming beach of Jimbaran where some of the best sea food in Bali will be served. Grilled lobster, fresh fish or king prawns? Yummy!

INCLUDED: transfers, all entrance fees, ticket for kecak dance show, English speaking guide, sea food dinner in Jimbaran.