The stunning Lemukih Trekking Tour is a rare and unique opportunity to experience the traditional culture and the beautiful nature of North Bali.
The Lemukih Tour touches the atmosphere of a true jungle expedition adventure. It is organized for small private groups only. The tour is led by Ketut 'Bluey' Ariana, an experienced English speaking trekking guide.
The Trek starts around 8.30 in the morning, when you will be picked up by car at your hotel (Lovina area). The first stop is at the Pura Dalem of Jagaraga, a temple which is famous for its extraordinary stone carvings. Next you will visit a traditional gamelan instrument factory in the Sawan area, the cradle of 'gong kebyar' (the popular hectic gamelan music which is heared everywhere in Bali).
After these two cultural stops the actual trekking starts, when you leave the car with your guide to walk out into nature, following small foot tracks through rice paddies and coffee- and fruit plantations in the rain forest, with spectacular views all along the way.
After about an hour we'll have a short refreshment stop during which you can drink cool, fresh coconut milk, coffee and or tea with sweet Balinese goodies at the house of a local mountain farmer.
08.30 - pickup at your hotel (Lovina)
09.30 - visit to the Jagaraga temple
09.45 - stop at a gamelan factory
10.30 - start trekking
11.30 - refreshment stop
11.45 - trek to the Lemukih Falls
13.00 - rest and lunch
14.15 - trekking to Sudaji village
15.30 - end trekking
16.30 - arrival at your hotel (Lovina)
(all times are approximate)
What to bring -What to wear
Comfortable walking shoes
Loosely fitting cotton clothes
A cap or hat to protect your head and neck from sunburn
Sunblock to protect your skin
Price of the Lemukih Tour
Rp. 525,000 p.p.
3 people or more
Rp. 450,000 p.p.
- minimal 2 people -
the prices are non negotiable and include transport, petrol, lunch, snacks, mineral
water, refreshments and all local fees.
A Balinese meal (nasi campur) or Balinese cookies (jajan)! Any time a day!
In a local Balinese house ore just in the clean kitchen of your hotel. Meet al the Balinese spices, kitchen material and flavors! Learn how to make your own Balinese meal!
A traditional breakfast can not be without the Balinese jajan. Also for a ceremony, lots and lots of jajan are made. Learn how to make your own jajan. Some names of the jajan are: dadar, putrid ayu, bolu, sumping, godoh and much more!