There are plenty of things to see and lots of activities to undertake in Northern Bali, some of which are listed below. You will find more details in our information booklet and, if you are interested in any of the sightseeing tours, bookings can be made through the help desk.
SING SING WATERFALL Only flowing in the wet season, this 3-tiered waterfall is located next to Sing Sing Villas. The 2nd level can be easily accessed directly from the Sing Sing Restaurant and is only a short, 10 minute walk away.
LOVINA DOLPHINS At dawn every morning, locals in their fishing boats take eager tourists out to see the Lovina dolphins. While dolphin sightings cannot be guaranteed, at least 90% of tourists are privileged enough to enjoy the sight of dolphins surrounding their boats as they move through the water on the lookout for a tasty breakfast! For around Rp 100,000 ($AUD10) per person, this is a delightful excursion.
BUDDHIST MONASTERY Brahma Vihara Arama is Bali’s largest Buddhist monastery and is located a short 15 minute drive away in the hills of Banjar. Peaceful, beautiful and high in the hills with views overlooking Lovina Beach, it’s certainly worth a visit. Entry is by donation and you will need to wear long pants or one of the sarongs provided. Overrun with frangipanis and lush tropical plants you could while away hours exploring Brahma Vihara Arama’s gardens and admiring beautifully carved statues. brahmaviharaarama.com
AIR PANAS HOT SPRINGS Not far from the Monastery, you will find the Air Panas hot springs. Set over 3 levels, the sulphuric waters of Air Panas is volcanic in origin and is a comfortable 37 degrees celcius. Early morning is the best time to visit the hot springs. Here you will also find a cozy restaurant for a refreshing drink or meal after your swim.
GIT GIT WATERFALL 20 mintues south of Singaraja, you will find the Git Git Waterfall, probably the most famous in Bali. For the more adventurous, there are a variety of canyoning trips you can do that include abseiling down through the thundering water of the falls.
YEH SANIH On the coast road to the beach and diving towns of east Bali, Yeh Sanih is a hassle-free seaside spot. It's named for its fresh-water springs, Air Sanih, which are channelled into large swimming pools before flowing into the sea. The pools are particularly picturesque at sunset, when throngs of locals bathe under blooming frangiapani trees. It's located about 15km east of Singaraja.
Singsing waterfall, Lovina dolphins, Air Panus Hot Springs, Git Git waterfall and local rice paddies