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Hikers will enjoy climbing this volcano, and the rewards of the views into the crater and of the crystal clear waters of Lake Batur. (Note: visibility may be limited during the rainy season, Dec.-March.)
Hours Today: 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Batur Caldera | Desa Batur, Kintamani 80652, Indonesia
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What a great morning! We were picked up by our driver and arrived at the bottom at 3:40. Quick use of the local squat toilet (take toilet paper) and off we set with a small torch provided by our guide Ketut.
There were 3 rest...More
So we are a newly married couple and never out a chance to go out for our honeymoon. This was our first international trip together, but she was very excited about doing all the adventure stuff that bali is famous for and more that it...More
Booked a ticket through ubud sunrise hiking online. It was in the early morning when a nice driver pick me and my partner up. Through the darkness we were delivered safely to a car park where we were met with our mountain guide Nik. He...More
Mt. Batur is located in Bangli Regency, Kintamani District, Batur Village, is about 2hours drive from Denpasar and 1 hour drive from Ubud. The last biggest eruption on 1974. Coming in day time you will see magnificent few of the Vulcano from Kintamani hill and...More
Don't be put off by the early start. This was arguable the highlight of our time in Bali.
The views are incredible and we met some great people during the hike and learnt a lot about the area from our tour guide.
I forget our...More
We did sunraise trekking with Brazir (+6287760381082)
Eveything was perfect. Hike is not much difficult and we did not go up using the main route as others but other route which was quiet and we enjoyed it. Breakfast on the top was good. And the...More
This is an experience of a life, viewing the sunrise on top of a mountain. IT takes 2 hours to climb but it is not easy! Let me repeat it is not easy trekking up! but worth it when you are there! Ask your hotel...More
Hiked up Batur with guide from "Bali Sunrise Trekking and tour" .
Quiet night hike up for me, camped up for the night.
Jul high season saw thousands of tourists (yes thousands) reaching the summit from 430am to catch sunrise.
Badly worn tracks greeted me...More
We booked our tour two days in Advance with "tunjungsuci sunrise trekking". The organization of the tour was bad - we were picked up one hour too late, therefore we started late with the hike and nearly missed the surise. Don't expect too much from...More
Response from gomango1037 | Reviewed this property |
I would not suggest that only because if it rains your going to freeze your buns off. It also depends on what kind of weather you're used to. I basically live in the tropics, so I definitely layered up (tank, long sleeve... More
I would not suggest that only because if it rains your going to freeze your buns off. It also depends on what kind of weather you're used to. I basically live in the tropics, so I definitely layered up (tank, long sleeve shirt, light hoodie and vest). There was a light rain the whole time I went up, so even though I was a bit overheated at some points, I hesitated to take my outer layers off. There was a guy in our group who went up in shorts and a long sleeve shirt and he definitely looked cold. You don't have to wear a full on coat, but if you're going to wear a hoodie, I would try and at least have a wind breaker handy in your back pack just in case it rains. And, again, if you're used to the cold then it shouldn't be a big deal. I think it was about 50 degrees at the top, which to me is chilly.