Nestled in the luscious green highlands of Munduk, visit an organic farm and education center. Come and experience the life of a farmer for a day and learn about the unique tropical vegetation and traditional farming practices of Bali. Farming is not just labor but is part of a culture and tradition, and understanding it will give a better appreciation of the rich flavors of the food on this island. Enjoy an organic meal at the farm as you gaze out to the majestic green pastures that surround you.


The local markets are an essential part of every day life in Bali. It's the main source of commerce and exchange hub for all produce, arts, textiles and elements for offerings and Balinese worship which is the foundation of life for the Balinese. Farmers rely on the market to sell their fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, a perfect compliment after visiting the farm as you can witness the next stage to the cycle of life.

A visit to a local market always provides a fascinating insight into the culture of Bali, also another a fun part of it is shopping, socializing and meeting neighbors. The market is a central part of the Balinese culture.

Jatiluwih rice terraces

Jatiluwih, in the Balinese language translated means Beautiful Teak. Here, one can marvel at the vast expanses of terraced, green rice paddies stepped along an entire mountain, from its peak to where its foot meets the sea. Aside from its agricultural development, this panoramic landscape has also established itself as a tourist destination and is among the top 10 visited places on the island.

Marvel at the panorama of this majestic mountain plateau and a UNESCO world heritage site in recognition of the self sustaining natural 'Subak' water irrigation system which uses the water from the mountains to unfold through the fields like a life force that runs all the way to the sea. 

sunset at tanah lot

Tanah Lot, a mystical sea temple and a place of worship for the Balinese. As the last stop on your tour, marvel at the hypnotic sunset at the gorgeous sea temple of Tanah Lot, deemed an iconic sight to behold. Perched atop a rock formation in the Indian Ocean. The temple seems to float at high tide but can easily be visited when the tide is low.

The Tanah Lot temple was built and has been a part of Balinese mythology for centuries. The temple is one of seven sea temples around the Balinese coast. Each of the sea temples was established within eyesight of the next to form a chain along the south-western coast. 

A popular destination for tourists, but if you have never visited this mystical site at sunset ... it is a sight to behold.


Per Person  =   $75.00 USD (minimum 2 people)

Individual = $125.00 USD                        


  • 8 - 10 hour tour (8:00 am pick-up)
  • Door to Door service
  • Private air conditioned vehicle
  • Expert English speaking guide (expert multi-lingual guides available)
  • All Entrance Fees 
  • Water, snacks & refreshments
  • Meal & Beverage (Rp 100,000 food credit per person)                    
  • Beach towels

* If meals exceed Rp 100,000 food credit per person, please have local currency to cover the remainder of your meal.


  • Mosquito repellant
  • Comfortable shoes
  • A pair of sandals
  • Sun screen
  • Sun glasses
  • Cash in Local Currency

All Sacred Excursions are private and personalized to your needs.