Nusa Dua Water Sports and Ubud Tour
Place to VISIT : Water sport & Marine Sport activities in Nusa dua, Celuk, Mas, Ubud.
We start our day at the southern most area of Bali, Nusa Dua. Here you will be on the beach of Tanjung Benoa for a morning of water sports/activities. You may hire a Jet Ski, banana boat, sea kite, water ski, or snorkel in the Indian Ocean. All of the equipment you will need is available and all activities are supervised. This is real ocean resort activity at its best.
To fully appreciate the wood carvings seen in shops and stalls all over Bali one must visit Mas. Here you se the true scope of the craft of woodcarving. You will see life size woodcarvings of fishermen with nets full of fish, deer, dolphin, monkeys, horses, and many sizes and styles of masks. You will be amazed by the three dimensional scenic carvings of village life, ceremonies, and wildlife. These carvings much too large and intricate for normal shops and have to be seen here.
Then we will see some of the paintings, sculptures, and modern art of Bali in world famous artists colony of Ubud. In the 8th century a Javanese priest named Rsi Markendya founded the Gunung Lebah Temple at the meeting of two rivers, a very auspicious place for Hindus, in Campuan, Ubud.
The town was originally a source of medicinal herbs and plants. Ubud gets it name from the Balinese word ubad or medicine.
In the late nineteenth century, Ubud became the seat Gianyar, at one time the most powerful of Bali’s southern states. Ubud is the village where the traditional Balinese painters of Batubulan and Ubud, studied with visiting European artists in the 1930’s and 1940’s. They created a style of painting new to both art worlds. There are traditional village and forest scenes as well as paintings reflecting surfers, cars, buses, as well as modern villas and buildings in the present.
A new burst of creative energy came in the 1960’s with new styles and energies as well as a revival of the old style. There are many museums spread all over Ubud that highlight all of the styles and eras, including the Museum Rudana. While the Bali tourist boom since the late 1960s has created a lot of modern development, it remains a center of artistic creativity.
In Ubud you will see Puri Saren Agung, a large palace located at the intersection of Monkey Forest and Raya Ubud roads. Dance performances are held in its courtyard.
- Be sure and plan your tour. Bring shoes with arch support. Light sandals are not designed for walking on uneven ground. You may have slight hills or uneven steps to deal with. Some of the markets and villages are built on slopped land and good arch and ankle support will be very, very beneficial. Be sure and wear socks.
- Be sure and bring sunscreen or a hat and don’t forget your sunglasses. In many of the mountain villages temples and attractions, you will be in the shade, so a light sweater or sweatshirt may come in handy.
- Many spots that you find yourself will have snacks and beverages, but a bottle of water and a small candy bar or dried fruit might come in handy.
- Have the correct film or memory chip for your cameras.
Full Day Approx. 10 Hours
|Number of pax||1||2 – 3||4 – 6||7 – 10||11 – 14|
|Rates/Pax (in USD)||USD 69.00||USD 46.00||USD 32.00||USD 31.00||USD 28.00|
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