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Mt Batur Trek

The sunrise trek up Mt Batur is the most popular trek in Bali. At its summit, you can see Lombok island and Mt Agung, the tallest and most sacred mountain in Bali. For a less-touristed alternative, do the Mt Batur Caldera trek instead. This takes a lesser-known route up the adjacent mountain to Mt Batur and has views over Mt Batur & Mt Agung.
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1D Mt. Batur Sunrise Trek + Coffee Plantation Visit **No-Frills and Good Value

Flexible Cancellation Private Max: 10 guests
KT

K&K Tour

4 years experience
Tried & Tested

1D Mt Batur Trek w/ Coffee Testing **For Coffee Lovers!

5.0 (7) Flexible Cancellation Private Max: 20 guests
Mt Batur
UBD

Use Bali Driver

11 years experience

1D Caldera Sunrise Trek + Lake Trip **Off-The-Beaten-Path Route

5.0 (14) Flexible Cancellation Private
LBT

Laksmi Bali Tour

9 years experience

1D Mt. Batur Sunrise Trek + Visit to Tibumana Waterfalls

5.0 (12) Private Max: 6 guests
Tibumana Waterfalls
Mt Batur
BY

Bali Yok

3 years experience

1D Mt Batur Caldera Trek + Balinese Melukat Ceremony **Authentic Cultural Experience

5.0 (12) Private Max: 6 guests
Batur Caldera
Melukat
BY

Bali Yok

3 years experience
Tried & Tested

1D Caldera Sunrise Trek + Coffee Plantation Visit **Avoid The Crowds

4.9 (42) Flexible Cancellation Private Max: 20 guests
Batur Caldera
BT

Batur Trekking

3 years experience
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Helpful Questions from Other Travellers

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How do I get there?
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Depending on which option you choose, the guide will provide transport to Mount Batur from Bali. It is about 2 hours drive from Denpasar (where the airport is) to Mount Batur. If you are going to Mt Batur on your own, there are a couple of ways to get there. If you are starting out in Denpasar airport, you can get The Trans Sarbagita bus to Kuta. Once you arrive in Kuta, you can take a Perama Tour bus to Kintamani, which should leave you close enough to Mt Batur. From Kintamani, you can catch a taxi to the mountain.
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Do I need to go with a guide?
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Yes, you'll need a guide to hike Mt Batur.
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Do I need to train up?
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Hiking requires preparation and a certain level of fitness. It's a good idea to train for this!
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What's the best time to go?
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The best months to visit are May, June, July
We recommend the above period because you would have:
  • Better visibility
  • Good weather
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Any tips for what to do in the area?
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If you're in the Kuta area, head to Motel Mexicola for the most mind-blowing Mexican food. Located in an extravagant retro-inspired restaurant, it is filled with the sounds of Mexican music and neon lights, the extravagant architecture attracts tourists from all corners of Bali. However, it is the food that will take your breath away. From the tuna tacos to the guacamole, every bite will leave you wanting more. Cafes are a big thing in Bali, and they do it well. Sisterfields is one of the more famous cafes out there, and for a good reason. With glass ceilings and lush greenery hanging off the walls, Sisterfields has the airy feel and the place encapsulates the entire vibe of Bali. Not to mention, the food is incredible, their pulled pork charcoal roll is absolutely to die for. If you're looking for a vegetarian option, Cafe Organic is a great option. Not only is their outdoor seating an aesthetically pleasing background for your next Instagram post, but their food is also so good! Particularly, their breakfast criminal, that is so filling but yet you will find yourself going back for seconds. If you have a day to spare, head out to Nusa Penida, an island situated at the south of Bali. It is famous for its naturally formed coastal cliffscape at Kelingking beach that looks like a T Rex. The view from the top is great but those that are feeling particularly more adventurous might try to overcome the rocky terrain and try to climb down to the beach. It's a tough climb with random branches and slopey steps, but it's definitely worth it especially for those that are looking to surf. The broken beach is also another must-see, with clear blue waves and a good vantage point, the view is stunning. Be careful though, sometimes the waves get too strong so don't get soaked!
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