Whether you are a group supervisor or are traveling on your own, we will help you plan a versatile program for you and your party. We coordinate only with the most secure and verified transport companies and tour guides, and we are more than happy to help you pick activities based on your desires and goals. Several options are presented below.

White Sand Beach

One of the main appeals of Bali is its white sand beaches. A riveting blue lagoon with sand as white as sugar is located a mere 15 minutes away from Rossa Garden Hotel. This attraction will mesmerize even a well-traveled tourist. On the white sand beach, your little ones will have an opportunity to play the bamboo xylophone with drumsticks while adults can enjoy the Balinese melodies or snorkel or scuba dive and have a chance to see little clownfish or blue moray eels.
Get ready to enjoy the heavenly feeling of sand under your feet while your eyes are delighted between the blue ocean and the emerald green of the island. The beauty will charm you!

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

Visit the national park of Bali, the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, which is located in the heart of the tourist town Ubud. Get immersed in the rich forest foliage of the park while you wander through the park to find a sacred spring, a miniature church and centuries-old trees. While one of the main attractions of the Sanctuary is its inhabitants, the monkeys, the park is also home to the Temple of Evil Goddess Rangda and the Temple of Family…

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is a unique spot in Bali famous for its rock formations. You will often find Tanah Lot souvenirs as it is one of the most known locations of Bali. The scenic spot that also functions as a holy symbol of Bali is located in the south of the island, in Pura Tamat Aun…


Rafting is a great activity for adventure lovers! Don’t worry, you will be provided with helmets and lifejackets to ensure your safety, especially when you get to the three-meter-tall waterfall. We can’t wait to share this experience with you!


If you would rather go up in the air than explore the underwater world, you will surely enjoy a paratrike adventure. Two professional pilots from Moscow brought this adventurous activity to Bali, and now you can experience a bird’s eye view of the island with your own eyes. We invite you to take a flight over the island of Bali and get to see this Heaven from above.

Kopi Luwak

Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world, and the reason for that is native to the wild jungles of the islands of Sumatra and Bali, a small carnivore called a palm civet or Luwak…

Bats Temple

With the passing of centuries, Buddhism and Hinduism have beautifully mixed together on Bali, and consequently, lots of unique temples have appeared on the island. We invite you to visit Goa Lawah, translated as “the cave of bats” and known as the Bats Temple..
After each ceremony and when the dark falls, monks bring baskets full of food for the holy animals inhabiting the cave and carefully put it at its entrance. You will see hundreds of bats fly out of the cave to get their food. You will never find anything this anywhere else!

Ganesha Cave

The Ganesha Cave (or Goa Gajah) is found near the Ubud village. In the XI century, the cave was a sanctuary for the Hindu hermits but the holiness of the place has lasted to this day. These days, the temple brings together the Buddhists and the Hindus.

Kintamani Volcano & Batur Lake

The Kintamani Volcano is the biggest active volcano in Southeast Asia and can be found deep in the mountains. When you ascend up to the Kintamani village, a beautiful view of the volcano and the Batur Lake, that is at the foot of the volcano, opens up to you. You will also notice the remnants of the recent eruption of 2008.

Gunung-Agung Mountain & Besakih Temple

The Balinese believe that the Gods inhabit the tallest mountain of Bali (3142 meters above sea level), the always cloud-capped, Gunung-Agung. At the east side of Gunung-Agung Mountain, the most sacred temple in Bali stands 1000 meters above sea level. The temple is called Besakih, and its second name is Mother Temple.

Git Git Waterfall

The Git Git is a water column of 45 meters high. You are free to explore the giant waterfall as well as a smaller nearby waterfall which has created a natural pool. Immerse yourself in the mountain water to achieve smoother skin and enjoy a break from the heat. If you are not a water lover, you will find yourself in the sea of tiny markets where you can find virtually any keepsake of your travels.

Bird & Reptile Parks

If you are a nature lover and are looking for an adventure, you should visit the Reptile Park and the Bird Park while you are in Bali! These parks are homes to birds and animals from not only Bali and greater Indonesia but from around the world…

Barong Dance

If you get the pleasure of visiting Bali, you should not leave before you get the chance to see the Barong, Balinese traditional dance. This performance is not only about dancing; it is a colorful action with a clear plot line. The protagonist of the story is the King of the Jungle, Barong, and this fabled being is half dog and half lion. Barong is always danced by two actors covered in a singular dress. The character represents good forces while his opponent, the witch Rangda, evil spirits, diseases and disasters. Watch the story unfold as you enjoy the colorful presentation of the Balinese traditions.

Balinese Village

If you are interested in exploring the original Balinese way of living, visit the Balinese Village where all the traditions have been preserved since before the civilization overtook the island. For example, you will find Balinese women wearing sarongs colored with natural dyes while they weave baskets.
The Balinese Village is one of the best places to buy souvenirs for your friends and family. You will be able to get any type of momento. Hospitable Balinese inhabitants will gladly open their houses’ doors for you and share secrets and traditions of Bali.

The Bratan Lake

The Bratan Lake is located in the crater of a dormant volcano. It is believed to have been created in honor of the rice goddess, Virgin Sri, and is considered sacred because it helps irrigate the rice terraces. Enjoy a day by the freshwater where you can explore the park or take a boat ride on the lake. Also, while closed to tourists, you will be able to observe the astonishing architecture of the Hindu Temple, Ulun Dany Beratan, that towers over the lake.

Tirta Empul Temple

Tirta Empul is one of the largest water temples in Indonesia. As water is considered to be sacred for the Balinese Hindus, the Temple is a respected place in Bali. It is believed to have been built to protect the holiness of the springs. The Temple’s facade is decorated with the traditional wood and stone carvings of Bali and features the ancient gods of Shiva, Brahma and Vishna.
Explore the history and the holiness of this place where the water comes from the ground and as believed by the Balinese, possesses soul-purifying and healing powers.