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Uma Pakel Agro Tourism

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Uma Pakel Agro Tourism

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Gaurav Sahu wrote a review May 2020
13 contributions4 helpful votes
Fun place with some awesome spots for a photo shoot. It has a number of swings and bird nests which will give you amazing photos with scenic backgrounds. Most of the swings are free except for three for which you need to buy a ticket. Highly recommended for a photo shoot in Bali.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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tom s wrote a review Mar 2020
Caledon, Canada68 contributions36 helpful votes
Stopped in to see the swings and had a lovely guide take us on a brief tour of the coffee process and explain about luwak coffee and as an added bonus they bring you a flight of about 20 different teas and coffees to sample. ( free! ) Also tried a cup of luwak coffee as well. Then on to the swing, as scary ( for me at least ) as it looked, it was quite exhilarating and fun. Also felt safe as you are seat belted in. Got 5 or 6 pushes facing forward and backwards which our guide captured wonderfully. It was a visit I won’t long forget.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nikoline wrote a review Feb 2020
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This is only one thing, torture of animals. They put them in small cages with beton floor. If you buy anything from here, you support this kind of torture. Please dont go here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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shalvs wrote a review Jan 2020
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I stopped here with my wife on our way to Monkey Forrest. Our guide Linda met us at the entrance and took us inside explaining everything they had on offer. We did the couple's swing and opted for the tasting menu (which is free, all 16 different tea and coffee flavours). I also had the Luwak coffee which was an experience in itself. The swing was amazing and very satisfying, although a bit scary when starting off. Unfortunately it started raining very hard so we had to cut short our trip but Linda still took us to other spots when the rain eased off for photos (she is a very good photographer) and kept us company with a smile always on her face. The shop is a bit expensive but since it is an agro-tourism business, I think it is worth it. Definitely recommend this place - and the restaurant across the road from this place.
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MayDay39 wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore22 contributions9 helpful votes
We were met at the entrance by a guide who introduced us to two Luwaks and demonstrated the process of making Luwak coffee. We paid 65K per cup of Luwak coffee (really yummy - must try!) and had free tasting of various flavoured coffees and teas. It was a beautiful forested place to take photos. We paid another 37K to take couple shots on the swing. It looked scary but we were actually securely buckled with harnesses. We also had the chance to take photos at the various bird nests. Our guide took really nice, professional-looking shots for us just using my phone. My toddler son loved climbing into the bird nests and pretending to be a bird.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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