Dolphin watching

Each morning the coast of Lovina is being visited by many dolphins. The traditional boat will take you on to the sea early in the morning, to be surrounded by dolphins whilst you enjoy the sunrise.

Thermal hot springs of Banjar

At a 20 minute drive, you can visit the Banjer hot springs. These volcanic springs are situated amidst the jungle where you can relax and enjoy the breathtaking nature and have a swim in the natural pool.

Buddhist Monastery

The Brahmavihara Arama in Banjar is Bali\'s only Buddhist monastery. Its handsome structure sits in command of magnificently inspiring views down the alley and sweeps across to the sea.

Scuba diving & snorkeling

Menjangan Island is one of Bali\'s most vibrant coral reefs. Menjangan Island, also known as Deer Island stretches for over 150m the rich aquatic life and offers a symphony of underwater delights. Coral, sea fans and plenty of reef fish prosper on the reef. Many guests say that Menjangan Island offers the best snorkeling in Bali.

Jungle tour and waterfalls

Visit the giant waterfalls of North Bali. There are no roads leading to these waterfalls. You will trek through rice fields, coffee and fruit plantations, cross small jungle rivers, and be in the midst of nature, with stunning views on your way. This trekking tour can be done by anyone, young and old, if you have a basic walking condition..

The roof of Bali, Kintamani

The Kintamani area, located in the north of the Bangli district with an average altitude of 1500 meters, is one of the highest areas of Bali. The Kintamani area was formed between 30,000 and 10,000 years ago by two volcanic eruptions of incredible magnitude, leaving an enormous, double elliptic caldera with the enormous diameter of 10 km by 13 km. Situated around the enormous caldera of the Batur volcano and along the shores of its hugh crater lake are a number of traditional Bali Aga mountain villages.


At about a 1 hour drive, you can find the beautiful 18 holes golf course Bali handara kosaido country club at about 1.150 meters high. Here you can enjoy a pleasant breeze which is a nice change from the tropical temperatures.

National Park Bali

Taman Nasional Bali Barat The Bali Barat National Park was founded in 1941 and its main aim was to protect the Bali Starling and the last of the wild banteng, from which most of the Balinese cattle descend.The park lies in the most western part of Bali and today it comprises a total area of 19,000 ha. The Bali Barat Park is mountainous and consists of primary monsoon forest, mangrove forest (310 ha.), lowland rain forest, savanna, sea grass vegetation types (40 ha.), coral reefs (810 ha.), sandy beaches, and both shallow and deep sea waters (3,520 ha.). You may see wild cattle, munjaks, monkeys, snakes and many different bird species.

Royal Palace of Singaraja

The historical Singaraja Palace is known among local as Puri Agung or Puri Gede. The old palatial library, Gedong Kirtya, is the most referred building, now designed as a literacy museum. It has the most complete collection of manuscripts about Buleleng and Bali history. This museum is located at the very front of the Palace.


Visit the local indoor and outdoor market of Singaraja with numerous local food and spices as well as fabrics, clothes and souvenirs.


Drive 70km west from Lovina where you can take a ferry that will take you to Ketapang harbour in Java, in only 30 minutes.