Bali Jungle Trekking in Lemukih, north Bali
TREKKING IN LEMUKIH NORTH BALI
The Lemukih trek is not hard and can be done by both young and old of age. All you need is your love for nature and of course some walking experience. The only ‘hard’ part might be a track with stone steps that winds down for about 90 meters to the waterfalls (and back).
SPECTACULAR, UNSPOILT NATURE
The Lemukih Tekking Tour is true Bali jungle trekking, completely ‘off the beaten track’, leading through an unspoilt, spectacular nature with rice terraces, jungles, plantations and panoramic views all along the way. The stunning Lemukih Trekking Tour is a rare and unique opportunity to experience the traditional culture and the beautiful nature of North Bali. This Bali jungle trekking tour touches the atmosphere of a true expedition adventure. y. The tour is led by an experienced English speaking trekking guide.
ITINERARY – JUST YOU AND NATURE
The Trek starts in the morning and has a few stops on the way at the Pura Dalem of Jagaraga, a temple which is famous for its extraordinary stone carvings and next a visit to a traditional gamelan instrument factory in the Sawan area, the cradle of ‘gong kebyar’ (the popular hectic gamelan music which is heared everywhere in Bali). After these two cultural stops the actual trekking starts, when you leave the car with your guide to walk out into nature, following small foot tracks through rice paddies and coffee- and fruit plantations in the rain forest, with spectacular views all along the way, Bali jungle trekking as it should be! After about an hour we’ll have a short refreshment stop during which you can drink cool, fresh coconut milk, coffee and or tea with sweet Balinese goodies at the house of a local mountain farmer. Then you will descend via a winding foot track down into the valley to trek to the five hugh waterfalls of Lemukih. During this part of the trek you will wade through calf deep jungle rivers. Once arrived at the waterfalls there is some time to relax and enjoy the scenery. If you like you can have a refreshing shower here at the waterfalls – so don’t forget to bring your swimming suit! After your visit to the waterfalls its climbing up again to visit the secluded cottage of a local coffee farmer where you can rest and relax for a while and have lunch. After the lunch the last part of the trek starts, walking through idyllic sceneries to the picturesque village of Sudaji.
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