The Bali Watersport and Uluwatu Tour is a great combination tour package. This full-day tour takes you to Bali’s famous beaches for an exciting day of watersports. It is including banana boat rides, jet skiing, and parasailing. Additionally, you’ll get to visit the magnificent Uluwatu Temple, which is perched on a cliff with breathtaking ocean views.
We will start by visiting the Benoa Beach coast for watersport activities. We invite you to experience the most popular and fun water activities available, including flying fish, banana boat rides, glass bottom boat rides, visiting Turtle Island, and snorkeling. A professional watersport guide will prioritize safety and enjoyment while organizing and escorting water activities. After finishing your water activities, you can take a break to enjoy an Indonesian lunch.
The tour will continue with a visit to the best sightseeing attraction in Bali, the Uluwatu Temple. A 70-meter-high rock platform on the southwest tip of the island situates the temple, which juts into the sea and offers an incredible view of the Indian Ocean. The mythology of the Uluwatu Temple, believed by Hindus to be a buffer from the nine winds, has made it an important sacred site in Bali. We offer a great experience with an incredible high rock cliff that provides the best moments for taking pictures with an amazing view of the temple area.
Our expert tour guides ensure comfort and safety while experiencing Bali’s culture and beauty. Book your Bali Watersport and Uluwatu Tour now for an unforgettable experience!
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Benoa Bay in Bali, Indonesia, is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts looking to experience a wide variety of exciting activities. Some of the most popular water sports available at Benoa Bay include:
1. Jet Skiing - Experience the thrill of racing across the water on a powerful personal watercraft.
2. Parasailing - Soar high above the bay while being towed by a boat and taking in the breathtaking views.
3. Banana Boat Ride - Climb aboard an inflatable banana-shaped boat and hold on tight as it bounces and speeds across the waves.
4. Flyboarding - Strap on a water jetpack and take to the skies, soaring up to 15 meters above the water's surface.
5. Snorkeling - Discover the colorful marine life that lives beneath the surface of the bay with a guided snorkeling excursion.
6. Scuba Diving - Explore the stunning coral reefs and underwater scenery surrounding Benoa Bay with a certified scuba diving instructor.
7. Wakeboarding - Ride the waves on a wakeboard, performing tricks and jumps along the way.
8. Fly Fish Ride - Experience the thrill of flying across the water on an inflatable flying fish-shaped raft.
These are just some of the many exciting water sports activities available at Benoa Bay. With its calm waters and beautiful surroundings, it's a must-visit destination for anyone looking to add a little adventure to their Bali vacation.
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Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali's most famous temples, located on the southwestern tip of the island. The temple is perched high on a cliff, overlooking the Indian Ocean and providing stunning views of the surrounding coastline. Here are some interesting facts about Uluwatu Temple:
History - The temple dates back to the 11th century and is believed to have been built by a Javanese Hindu priest named Empu Kuturan.
Balinese Architecture - Uluwatu Temple is an example of classic Balinese architecture, featuring a split gate entrance, meru shrines, and intricate carvings.
Monkey Population - The temple is also home to a large population of monkeys, who are believed to protect the temple from evil spirits.
Traditional Dance Performances - Uluwatu Temple is also famous for its traditional Balinese dance performances, held at sunset every evening. The performances are accompanied by a gamelan orchestra and tell stories from Hindu mythology.
Stunning Sunset Views - The temple's location on the cliff provides stunning views of the sunset over the Indian Ocean, making it a popular spot for tourists to watch the sunset.
Conservation Efforts - The temple and surrounding area are part of the Uluwatu Temple Area Cultural Landscape, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area is also a protected marine reserve, home to a variety of marine life, including sea turtles and manta rays.
Surfing - The area surrounding Uluwatu Temple is also a popular destination for surfing, with some of the best waves in Bali attracting surfers from around the world.
Uluwatu Temple is not only a religious site but also a cultural and natural attraction that offers visitors a unique insight into Balinese history and traditions, as well as stunning views of the ocean and surrounding landscape.