From July 8th to July 16th, Trippin is acquainting you with Balinese culture in a comprehensive escape to Ubud and Canggu.
Punctuated by beautiful coastal areas and lush Hindu temples, Bali is the world’s very own metallurgical hub. In a culturally-driven atmosphere, nothing quite comes close to Bali’s prolific interior. Whilst the beaches are reserved for the south, the central town of Ubud is considered the island's cultural heart and an excellent site to learn about Balinese culture and arts, and this sand-encrusted center just so happens to be local travel company Trippin’s next destination.
From July 8th to July 16th, Trippin is acquainting you with Balinese culture in a comprehensive escape to the island’s own Ubud. The eight-day trip is nothing short of a feast for the senses.
Think everything you’ve ever seen on your screen but richly animated - starting with a daytime frolic to every local coffee artisan before enriching your soul at a sacred temple and recharging your conscience to the soundscape of waterfalls crashing.
It’s not all waterfalls and rainbows on this trip, au contraire, extreme sports enthusiasts will be able to put their years of acquired knowledge to the test as they raft against the monstrous waves of local streams. You’ll get to island-hop to Canggu and surf in your own little Belinda Carlisle’s ‘Heaven is a Place on Earth’ adjacent movie montage.
All throughout you’ll experience famous Bali temples, rice terraces and coffee plantations, gorgeous beaches with surfing lessons, and even a monkey forest and a waterfall chasing adventure.
The price of the trip is USD 990, inclusive of four nights’ stay at Ubud, four nights’ stay at Canggu, return airport transfers as well as transfer between Ubud and Canggu, eight breakfasts, three lunches, and many of the activities mentioned in the itinerary. It does not include the price of international travel, travel insurance, visa fees, and personal expenses or tips, nor does it include the optional activities such as yoga, cooking classes, or snorkeling with manta rays.
For the full booking details, you can email Trippin at firstname.lastname@example.org