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Half-Day Private Tour: Uluwatu Temple and Jimbaran Bay

Highlights
  • Private 6-hour sunset tour of Uluwatu Temple from Bali

  • Experience one of Bali’s most famous temples at the most magical time of day
  • Visit Uluwatu Temple, positioned on a cliff overlooking Bali Peninsula
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Half-Day Private Tour: Uluwatu Temple and Jimbaran Bay
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Half-Day Private Tour: Uluwatu Temple and Jimbaran Bay
US$15.00
Overview

Experience one of Bali’s most beautiful temples at sunset on a private 6-hour tour of Uluwatu Temple. Departing from select Bali locations, you’ll explore the cliff top Uluwatu Temple, watch a mesmerizing Kecak dance performance (own expense), and enjoy free time in Jimbaran Bay, renowned for its romantic atmosphere and seafood restaurants. Hotel pickup and drop off are included.

What to Expect

At 2:30pm, you’ll board your air-conditioned vehicle at your south Bali accommodation. On arrival at Uluwatu Temple, a Hindu temple overlooking the coral reefs of Bali Peninsula, your drive accompanies you on a tour of the complex.

Capture photographs of gorgeous ocean views and then opt to watch a Kecak fire dance at your own expense. The mesmerizing performance combines acapella singing with high-octane choreography, both of which pay homage to Balinese cultural traditions.

Then, you’ll have approximately two hours free time to explore Jimbaran Bay, whose sandy shores are home to popular seafood restaurants and lively bars.

Reconvene with your driver and conclude your tour with hotel drop-off at approximately 9pm.

Reviews (44)
1 - 5 of 36 reviews
Reviewed yesterday
Amazing view

amazing location to visit, view is unbelievable, take a lot of photos but watch out the monkeys donot be too much near,

Thank Waleed E
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great half day tour!

Me and my wife went on this tour, as we were very keen to see the temple and we were not disappointed! The scenery is fantastic. Our guide ‘Made Les’ was very polite and let us do our own thing which we liked. This is...More

Thank Robert H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great Experience

We had a great experience during the tour. Mr Agus, our driver, was punctual. He is very friendly and approachable. He is knowledgeable, giving us details and description of the history. He is also very helpful. Helped us to buy our drinks. On the way...More

Thank Batman1722
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Great Driver Service

Our driver Dawa was great, very approachable and professional. We deviated from the standard itinerary and watched the Kecak Fire Dance. Dawa was very accommodating to our request. He was also very helpful in watching out for the monkeys at Uluwatu Temple. We saw someone...More

Thank KYL301
Surya A, Director of Sales at Bali Sun Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Dear Awesome Clients, Luminous greetings from Bali Sun Tours. We would like to thank you for taking the time to share your experienced with Bali Sun Tours. We will always strive to provide the best service to all of our customers and are really grateful...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
1/2 Day Tour

A great trip. Arrived our transport and guide was fantastic and made the trip fun, definitely ask for Ardi.More

Thank Ian W
Surya A, Director of Sales at Bali Sun Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Awesome Lan, Luminous greetings from Bali Sun Tours. We would like to thank you for taking the time to share your experienced with Bali Sun Tours. We will always strive to provide the best service to all of our customers and are really grateful...More

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Maria I
3 October 2018|
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Response from Chris N | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately there is a bit of walking to get to the very top. A lot of areas there are concrete but quite a few steps so may be better to visit other temples/ monkey forests in UBud.
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