This Nusa Dua Day Tour takes in the best of Bali’s Nusa Dua region, a beautiful area of the southern coast. This part of the island is well developed for tourists and has rich culture too. You’ll start the day at the Garuda Wisnu Kencana park, visit the beautiful Green Bowl Beach, stop off at the sea temple Uluwatu, and watch a traditional kecak dance. If you have time, you can enjoy dinner at Jimbaran in the evening.
The Nusa Dua Day Tour costs Rp 600,000 for an Avanza car rental. The price covers petrol and driver. Entrance fee and other activities will be an additional charge. Depending on the size of your group you may need to arrange a larger vehicle. Review the table below for more information about the Nusa Dua Day Tour before making a booking.
– Garuda Wisnu Kencana.
– Green Bowl Beach.
– Kecak traditional dance
– Dinner at Jimbaran (optional)
– 10 hour Inova car rental (up to 6 passengers) – Rp 700,000
– 10 hour Short Elf or similar (up to 10 passengers) – Rp 1,000,000
– All fuel costs.
– Entrance ticket to Uluwatu.
– Entrance ticket to kecak show.
– Food, snacks and shopping.
* This offer is valid for Kuta, Canggu and Seminyak. There may be an additional petrol charge depending on the pickup area.
- Marvel at the huge statues of Garuda Wisnu Kencana.
- Relax on the pristine sand of Green Bowl Beach.
- Enjoy the stunning view from the Uluwatu sea temple.
- Take in a traditional kecak dance show.
What to Expect
The Nusa Dua Day Tour is a fantastic opportunity to explore the rich culture and beautiful natural landscapes that Bali is so famous for. The tour starts with a visit to Garuda Wisnu Kencana. The park is home to dramatic statues carved from stone of figures like Vishnu and the bird-god Garuda. It’s good to come in the morning before it gets too hot.
Next up, you’ll visit Green Bowl Beach, a beautiful stretch of sand on Bali’s south coast. The secluded beach is surrounded by steep cliffs. The water has carved large caves out of the rock where you can relax out of the sun. At high tide the beach vanishes and the caves are covered by the lapping waves of the ocean.
The final destination in the day is Uluwatu Temple, one of Bali’s sacred sea temples. The temple was built more than a thousand years ago. It’s one of the best places in Bali for sunset. As the sun sinks below the horizon you’ll have the chance to watch a traditional Balinese Kecak fire dance show. You can extend your day with a BBQ by Jimbaran if you so choose.
The Nusa Dua Day Tour is a chance to visit the historical and natural highlights of southern Bali. It’s a good mix of natural beauty and traditional culture. The itinerary can be easily adapted to suit your needs should you want to make any changes. To book your tour fill in the form below and we will let you know if we have an opening on your travel date.