Explore a 1,300-hectare forest in Alas Mertajati
Kayak on Lake Tamblingan
Play the traditional wooden toy, gangsing, with the locals
Cook with the locals and learn about their cuisine
Watch dolphins in Lovina
Snorkel with local fishermen engaged in coral conservation
Embark on a 2-day, 1-night trip to the vast 1,300-hectare forest of Alas Mertajati. Immerse yourself in nature as you engage in field trips, historical lessons, and forest trekking. Experience the beauty of Lake Tamblingan through a kayaking adventure and connect with the local community by playing the traditional wooden toy, gangsing. Join the locals in preparing and enjoying their authentic cuisine. On the second day, witness dolphins in their natural habitat in Lovina, followed by snorkeling with local fishermen dedicated to coral conservation. This trip aims to educate and emphasize the importance of preserving nature.
Who This Experience Is Good For
This experience is perfect for naturalists and individuals seeking to step out of their comfort zone while connecting with nature. It is ideal for those who want to learn about local cultures, participate in outdoor activities, and gain a deeper understanding of environmental conservation.
Meet Our Local Host
Putu Willy Suputra, a 27-year-old resident of Munduk village in the mountain slopes of northern Bali, will be your host. Having worked in the tourism sector since his university days, he utilized his income to fund his education. Putu belongs to the Adat Dalem Tamblingan Indigenous community and takes immense pride in his village's natural heritage. He and his community are committed to protecting and conserving their environment. Join Putu and his fellow community members on this journey to support sustainable tourism and ensure a greener world for future generations.
08:00 AM: Depart
Morning: Arrive at Alas Mertajati forest
Afternoon: Field trips, historical lessons, and forest trekking
Evening: Enjoy a traditional dinner and play gangsing with the locals
Morning: Kayak on Lake Tamblingan
Afternoon: Watch dolphins in Lovina from a boat
Late afternoon: Snorkel with local fishermen engaged in coral conservation
06:00 PM: Arrive back at meeting point
Accommodation on a shared basis - 2 people in 1 room
Lunch - Day 1
Dinner - Day 1
Breakfast - Day 2
Trekking to the forest
Play traditional wooden toy with children
What’s Not Included
Any meals or drinks not mentioned
Know Before You Go
Minimum Needed: 4 people
Maximum Capacity: 10 people
Booking Deadline: 7 Days before start date
Weather Dependent: Yes & No - Although weather is unpredictable in this region of the world, if there is a disruption due to weather we reserve the right to adjust the itinerary as needed and will always keep the experience and customer safety first priority.
Difficulty Level: Easy - Besides the trekking option on Day 2 which has been
described as medium to high difficulty.
Special Clothing Required: Yes - The North area of Bali is relatively much colder than South of Bali, make sure you bring along warm clothes. Ensure respect given, please cover up with not revealing clothes
Special Dietary Restrictions: We will try our best to accommodate most dietary needs, please inform the city team upon booking
Extra Cash: Needed for tipping (Not mandatory: you liked the service Tip! You did not? Is ok not to Tip. 10% is good), additional services & souvenirs. ATMs are available in town.
Ground Transportation: All ground transportation is included from Canggu
Additional Information: Pack extra water for the journey
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates.