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Active Ubud & Komodo Sailing Adventure

Ubud I Bedugul I Kintamani, Bali I Komodo I Labuan Bajo, Flores

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Embrace your adventurous spirit and be the young heart in this nine-day exhilarating trip. We are going to fulfill your need of thrill with adrenaline-rush activities in Ubud and Komodo Archipelago. Your customizable tour offers a blend of excitement, captivating cultures, and scenic natures. From temple discoveries to sailing adventure, be ready to find unique experiences wrapped in an enchantment of Bali and Komodo Islands.

Started in Ubud – sunrise ascent to Bali’s most famous volcano, being rocked around on a rough river, swing over a dense jungle of palm trees, and embark on a journey into the jungle to experience Bali’s first built ATV Track will take a lot of your nerve. You’ll not hold your breath all the times though as this tour also takes you for temple hopping to the most iconic ones in Bali and hippy shopping in a fancy art market. Followed a journey cruising through the Komodo Archipelago, relish a sailing adventure to Komodo Islands using 12-passenger luxury phinisi boat. You’ll circumnavigate the islands including Komodo Island, Rinca Island, and Padar Island. Have a close encounter with the giant lizards – komodo dragons, discover one of seven pink beaches on the planet, hunt down magical sunset, and snorkel or dive at one of the best coral reef and underwater biota in the world. They are all just some parts of this ultimate trip itineraries; we do indeed offer you more than just that!


Welcome to the capital city of Bali! Upon your arrival in Denpasar, our guide will greet you at Ngurah Rai Airport and transfer you privately to your hotel in Ubud. Located in Central Bali, Ubud has long been considered as the island of arts and culture capital. Therefore, your adventure here will also blend with cultural as well as artsy atmospheres. After check-in, you may spend the rest of the day at leisure. Meals included: No meals included on this day.


After breakfast, we will explore the best temples in Ubud area. The trip begins by visiting Sacred Monkey Forest, a sanctuary in Bali where you can spot the Balinese long-tailed monkey known scientifically as ‘Macaca.’ There, we will stop in Pura Dalem Agung, a historic site which was built six centuries ago to worship the God of Siwa. Afterward, soothe your feet by stepping over a path on scenic lotus flowers pond which leads to Hindu Temple with ornate architectural details at Saraswati Temple. Then, set off to Elephant Cave, locally known as ‘Goa Gajah' before we visit Pura Gunung Kawi - a temple in a mountain of the poet with a collection of historical Candi, and Pura Tirta Empul where you can join ritual bathing in ‘holy water’ which is believed can purify your soul. After a day of traveling ancient sites, you will be presented by the exotic performance of local dance — Legong and Barong. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


Today, the trip demands you to be fully energetic as you will experience the Ayung River Rafting. Feel the sensation of your adrenaline rush when the boat rafting through cascades and boulders. Once in a while, enjoy the fresh air and scenic view around you as there is a grove of trees in the riverside. Then, start your engines and get ready to embark on a journey into the jungle to experience Bali’s first and only ‘purpose-built ATV track.’ This thrilling new course, spanning 4.5km over each lap, was crafted with the hardiest adventure seekers in mind to provide an exciting and intense driving experience like no other on the island. After lunch, feel your adrenaline rushed by swinging on the edge of the scenic cliff at Bali Swing or Zen Hideaway. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


This morning, we will bring you to a royal temple of Mengwi Empire - Taman Ayun Temple, that was built in the 17th century, served as the family temple of the Mengwi Dynasty. You will discover Balinese architecture and harmonious landscape garden with a fish pond filled with pretty lotus flowers. Next, explore the outstanding Jatiluwih Rice Terraces which has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012 on an electric bike, while learning about the unique subak irrigation system. Afterward, our journey continues to Ulun Danu Beratan Temple which is surrounded by the second largest lake in Bali, Beratan Lake. There you may hire traditional jukung outriggers to tour the lake as well as motorized boats for a quicker ride. The other side of the Beratan Lake offers you with parasailing and jet-skis. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


Start your fifth day trip with a morning drive to see the famous lava sunrise landscape in Mount Batur. You’ll rise before dawn and be picked up from your hotel around 02:00 or 02:30 to the base of Mount Batur and begin your sunrise ascent of Bali’s most famous active volcano. After your trip, enjoy a long soak in a natural hot spring with expansive views over Lake Batur. If you prefer something more relaxing, you can skip the Mount Batur and start your morning with a fantastic bike ride through farms, lush vegetation, neighborhoods, and rice fields from Kintamani to Ubud. After a half day of adventure, spend the rest of the day at leisure. You may choose either enjoy spa & massage to recharge your energy or purchase local souvenirs in the Ubud market before heading for Part Two of the adventure tomorrow. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


After flying from Bali in the early morning, your flight will arrive in Labuan Bajo, the gateway to the Komodo National Park. From the airport, we will transfer you to the harbor and set off to Komodo Archipelago by the luxury phinisi boat. Ready to start our adventure, the cruise director will familiarize you with the vessel’s facilities and safety procedure. Our first voyage is to get to Rinca Island, one of the habitats of the majestic Komodo dragons. There we will be led by an experienced ranger to trek on the island while spotting the Komodo dragons. If you want to freeze the moment here, you can take a picture with them in a safe distance! In the afternoon, you may choose to end your day at Wainilu Island for a twilight dive, and spot mandarin fish glow in the dark, harlequin shrimps of every color you can imagine, numerous species of nudibranchs, octopus, the bobtail squid, and much more. Or, go to Kalong Island to witness the phenomenon of thousands of bats fly in the twilight. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


In the morning, you will hike up to Padar Island. From the top of the island, unwind a picturesque vista of Padar Island and surroundings. The island is a great spot for sunrise and sunset, making it perfect for capturing the scenic beaches and the rolling hills catching rays of light. After trekking, the boat will be anchored off the famous Komodo Island, one of approximately 80 islands that make up the Komodo National Park. We will go ashore at the ranger station in Loh Liang for an early morning ranger-led trek through the park searching for Komodo dragons – Indonesia’s living dinosaurs – from a safe distance, as well as spotting sulfur-crested cockatoos, rare orchids, and jungle chickens, or go to one of the seven pink beaches in Indonesia at Pink Beach, which takes its name from the particles of red coral mingled with the sand. Here, you will dip in and snorkel, relishing the unforgettable spectacle of the region’s many varieties of coral and marine life or simply basking in the tropical sun over its sandy pink beaches. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


Arriving on the north-west of Komodo, we will moor on Manta Point at Makassar Reef, where you can spot a flock of Manta Rays swimming from a close distance. Then, we head to Siaba Besar Island, one of the dive sites in Komodo Archipelago that famous for its colorful coral reefs. Hence, you may swim, snorkel, or dive there to enjoy the beauty of the coral reefs. If you dive, you will also see black tip sharks, barracuda, and turtles at a depth of 18-25 meters. Afterward, we will set off for Sebayur Island, a perfect place for other water activities — swimming, diving, snorkeling, or canoeing. You may trek to the island that covered by shady green hills as well. To end your cruise today, we will land on the northeast of Komodo, Gili Lawa Darat. The island nearly looks like a savannah which wholly covered by grass. As this place is famous as the greatest spot for sunset, we will do a sunset trekking for catching a spectacular view. Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.


On our final morning, we will moor close to the starkly beautiful Kanawa Island and Bidadari Island. We will relax on the islands over the white sandy beaches overlooking the blue-turquoise ocean. What a perfect way to unwind after eight days of adventure! Then, we will be back on board and cruise to Labuan Bajo. Our guide will transfer you in private to the airport there. Now it is time to say goodbye— we hope your journey with us is creating unforgettable memories, and we will be glad to see you again in another remarkable place in Indonesia! Meals included: Breakfast.

  • Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels and phinisi boat cruise.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary, except for alcoholic drinks.
  • Private tours, transfers and all services as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Service of a private driver and air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Entrance fees for all the mentioned sights.
  • Professional english speaking guides.
  • Personal travel insurance (domestic insurance).
  • Service charges and goverment VAT tax.
  • Domestic & international airfares to and from our start and end points + departure taxes if applicable (Notes: The price of this tour does not include any domestic & international airfares to and from our start and end points; however, our reservations specialists are more than happy to help arrange domestic & international flights on your behalf and advise on scheduling. We book hundreds of flights each year on behalf of our guests, and we know the best routes to take to ensure you arrive on time. We only book with IATA-approved airlines that have met with international standards of safety and dependability).
  • Personal expenses (mini bar, laundry, room services, additional food & drink at the hotel/restaurant, etc).
  • Early check-in and late check-out at hotels.
  • Visa fees.
  • Tipping to guides, drivers, captain & crew (on the final day of your tour, you will have an opportunity to contribute in giving tip fund discretionarily. We believe that between US$ 5-10 per day is an appropriate amount. However, this is just a suggestion and remains entirely up to the judgment and discretion of the guests. We do ask that you kindly refrain from offering tips to guides or drivers at any time, except during cases of exceptional service, when it should be arranged through the office. Tipping of your travel specialists for their hard work is also welcome, and is at your discretion).
Price & Additional Information
  • Tour prices are a guideline only, and are based on two persons traveling together, sharing a double or twin room. Each tour price can be adjusted depending on budgets, activities included, and standards of accommodation desired.
  • Tour prices include all applicable taxes and are subject to change without prior notice until services are booked.
  • You, your holiday and booking direct: Adventure Archipelago is on the ground year-round in Indonesia, which means you are booking direct with a local travel company, allowing you to save on the cost of your holiday. Our tailor-made tours are designed by our travel specialists and local experts who investigate every aspect of the trip themselves, giving you a unique view of each destination.


  • Clothing - The tropical climate means you can safely leave all of your warm weather gear at home. Bring cool pieces of cotton, T-shirts, and shorts. Likewise, a lightweight fleece could be useful for pre-dawn trekking or if there is a cold wind on the mountain  – even if you don’t need it, it will be helpful for the plane. Adventure Archipelago is respectful of the local cultures and customs; bring clothes that cover your shoulders and knees for villages or temples visits. Finally, you might want to bring at least one smart-casual outfit for sunset cocktails and evening meals. Ladies: beach throw-overs, kaftans and sarongs are always useful; choose fabrics that dry easily. Also, bring a lightweight sundress or two – several destinations offers an excellent setting for a photo shoot, live it up.
  • Bags - A day backpack is essential on day hikes to carry things such as your water bottle, camera, binoculars, and rain jacket. A waterproof wet/dry bag is a good idea for your phone, camera, etc.
  • Footwear - Pack comfortable trainers, trekking sandals, sturdy walking shoes or hiking boots for hikes and walks. Bring socks to wear inside your walking shoes to avoid getting blisters. Many travelers appreciate the added stability of a walking stick or hiking pole; lightweight telescopic poles are easy to pack. You might also want waterproof sandals or reef shoes for wet landings and water activities. Flip-flops are great for the beach. Note: Standard practice is to go barefoot on the boat.
  • Sun Protection - You’ll be spending plenty of time out in the scorching tropical sun, so be sure to pack sunscreen with a high enough SPF to protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays, which are stronger in the water, and some sun-protective clothing as well. Cover-ups, sarongs, sun shirts, and other such clothing will ensure that you come back from your trip with just happy memories and photographs – and not sunburn. A good hat is essential; a wide-brimmed hat or cap will keep the strong equatorial sun off your face and neck. Sunglasses keep your eyes protected and add a little glam to your photos. A strap to hold your glasses can be a good idea on more active adventures. Just in case you fail to avoid getting sunburnt, bring an aloe-based lotion to soothe burned skin.
  • Swimwear - Don’t forget your swimsuit/bikini/shorts/trunks/Speedos —and preferably more than just one swimsuit, so that one or two can be drying while you are wearing another. Luckily, swimsuits and/or swim trunks don’t take up too much space in your luggage. The water is warm but a rash guard (or a wetsuit) will protect you from the sun, abrasions and stings.
  • Skin & Hair Protection - Ladies, it’s important that you take good care of your skin and hair. The sun, seawater, and salty air may be beautiful to experience but it can be tough on your body and will wreak havoc on your locks. Bring moisturizing lotion to soothe skin parched by the sun and the saltwater; bring a leave-in conditioner to de-tangle your hair with ease because the water, mask, and hair-ties will leave it in knots. Also consider bringing a scarf or headband to hold back unruly hair, or hair-ties/pins to keep your hair off your face and therefore prevent water seeping into your mask.
  • Camera Equipment - If you are a photo enthusiast, bring all of the camera and video equipment that you will use as you can expect exceptional opportunities for photography. If you prefer the ease of a point and shoot, bring that. If you want to take underwater photos, you might want to invest in a waterproof camera/GoPro or waterproof housing to capture pictures of the incredible marine life. It’s also a good idea to bring a spare memory card.

Unforgettable experiences you’ll get:

  • Embark on an enchanting discovery of Bali's ancient temples which have their own myths.
  • Get wild with white water rafting and a high-end ATV jungle buggy for an intense driving experience.
  • Rush your adrenaline with a swing for a once-in-a-lifetime exhilarating experience.
  • A journey into Bali's natural beauty of terrace rice fields, relish the scenic views from the summit of Mount Batur, and go off 'the beaten path' by a fantastic bike ride from Kintamani to Ubud.
  • Liveaboard experience with the luxury phinisi boat through the majestic Komodo National Park.
  • Encounter the giant lizards – komodo dragons, spot the manta rays, discover one of seven pink beaches on the planet, and relish picture perfect sunsets in Padar and Gili Lawa.
  • Snorkel or dive in one of the best dive spots and the coral reef sights in Komodo Island.


Ubud I Bedugul I Kintamani, Bali I Komodo I Labuan Bajo, Flores

Active & Adventurous

9 Days

from IDR 34,655,000 per person

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