Two in One Trekking of Mount Batur and Mount Agung

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Agung-from-regentIf you want to do trekking to the two mountains at the same time, perhaps this berkiut schedule you can use as a benchmark.

Day One Ascent

Kintamani. You can stay at any of the hotels listed in Toyabungkah, at the foot of Mount Batur. Some hotels here offers a soak in a natural hot spring pools.

Day Two

Early morning start climbing to the summit of Mount Batur to see the beautiful scenery at sunrise. After enjoying pemadnagnan Kintamani and Lake Batur, you go back to Toyabungkah. You can make a trip to the first attraction around Lake Batur. Or, soak in hot tubs for relaxation. By late afternoon, went to Besakih or to market through Penelokan Aung – Rendang. Next you stay in one place that you choose as a base camp. Of Toyabungkah, traveling to both places take between three to four hours.

Day Three

Early morning start leaving for the summit of Mount Agung. If you factor in time, you will be able to enjoy the sunrise from the summit of the highest mountain on the island of Bali. With a normal step, you ‘ll arrive back at base camp or Pasar Agung Besakih in the afternoon. You can immediately went to Kuta or other areas where you plan to live next.

If you trust the arrangements ascent to the travel agency, they will ask for a fee of around Rp2, 8 million per person with a minimum of two participants. That price includes transfer hotel in Kuta / Sanur / Ubud / Nusa Dua, also including porter, guide, entrance fee to the National Park of Mount Agung, sleeping bag, cooking equipment, hurricane lamps, mats, climbing equipment, food, and insurance. Beyond that, an additional fee will be charged again.

Essential Supplies You Should Carried

Sun lotion or sun block, sun glasses, camera, T – Shirt, thick jacket, trousers, hat, cane, and raincoats.

Other Trekking paths in Bali

In addition to the above two objectives, there is still a trekking path which is not less exciting. Even multiple paths through the countryside of Bali so you can see up close how countryside people’s lives every day in Bali. As in Puncak Mangu, Mount Batukaru, Tamblingan Lake, Bedugul Forest, and Lake Buyan.

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