Munduk Excursion

3 days / 2 night's journey

3 days and 2 nights Destination Munduk
A journey to the land of plantations – clove, cacao, coffee, vanilla and more!

Program Inclusion

Transportation by car from Ubud or South Bali to/from Munduk with visits on the way
2 nights’ accommodation   
2 breakfast - 1 lunch
Excursion – Waterfall  
Excursion – Plantations  
Transportation from Munduk to your next destination (airport or south Bali) by car
Tax and service

Meals (except breakfast)

The price is inclusive of everything described above
The tuition fee is calculated in Indonesian Rupiah
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Currency Single Twin/per person
Indonesian Rupiah
(fixed rate)
IDR 3,300,000 IDR 2,200,000
US$275 US$ 184

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Day 1

09:00 Departure from your hotel (Ubud or South Bali)

On the way to Munduk, visit Mengwi’s famous water temple

Taman Ayun Temple

Built by the King of Mengwi in the 18th century. The temple is surrounded by a lotus garden. The stone carvings are quite exceptional. Taman Ayun is know to be one of the faciest temple in Bali.

Driving through Jatiluih

A World Heritage site, known for its breathtaking rice terraces, Jatiluwih means “Truly Marvelous” and indeed it is. 

Lunch with a view (inclusive)

Following lunch, you will take the direction of Bedugul, a small village located in the central mountains of Bali. There you will visit the flower and vegetable market as well as the famous lake Bratan with is lake temple Pura Ulun Danu.

Traditional House  Yoga in beach  Panorama Beach

From the lake you are a getting closer to Munduk, on the way there are still spectacular photos to make, from the top of the hills, see Lake Tambligan and Bratan, main source of water for Denpasar, Bali’s capital..

One more stop before reaching Munduk… a jungle walk to reach a limpid waterfall.




Munduk is located on the northern part of the island at app. 900 meters above sea lever, the temperature is nice and fresh averaging 20°C at night and 25°C during the day. 

The small village has a population of about 6,000 people, most are farmers.

History books reveals that Munduk has been inhabited for over 200 years and at the begining of the 20st century the Dutch reached the area and loved the fresh air, they used Munduk as a mountain retreat and the first guest house opened in 1908. The colonial architecture of Munduk is still visible.

It is during this period that plantations were established for export to Europe.

Arrival in Munduk during the afternoon, take the rest of the day to relax.

Traditional House  Yoga in beach  Panorama Beach

Dinner (not inclusive)

Deep night of sleep!

Day 2


This morning, you will walk through the ricefields of Munduk and visit some of Bali’s most impressive clove, cacao and coffee plantations.

Traditional House  Yoga in beach  Panorama Beach

Lunch (not inclusive)

Afternoon to relax and to walk around the Dutch influenced village of Munduk 

Dinner (not inclusive)

Day 3


Morning walk


Lunch (not inclusive)

Departure for your next destination

On your way back to the south, you will stop at a waterfall, the water is cool, yet it is possible to dip!  

Transportation to your next destination in South Bali or to the airport

Combine your Munduk experience with another adventure


After completing the retreat, you may want to challenge yourself to explore other locations in Bali or simply to self pamper yourself, enjoying the spa treatments.

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