a Gunung Agung a At a height of 3,142m above sea level, Gunung Agung is the highest volcano on the island and the 14th highest in Indonesia. The mountain last erupted in 1963 and 1964 and is still considered active with a large and deep crater. This mountain is the hardest on the island
Gunung Batur a Gunung Batur is by far the most popular volcano on the whole island of Bali and for that reason a mafia has been set up to “guide” tourists to the top. It is widely known that there is no need for a guide as this isn’t a national park and it’s just …
Waterfalls of Bali When you think of Bali a lot of people think of white sandy beaches, rolling surf and watching the sunset by the ocean. If you look away from the coast and head inland you can find the other side. Beautiful waterfalls, hidden canyons and crystal clear swimming holes.
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