Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour

  • Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour
  • Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour
  • Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour
  • Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour
  • Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour
  • Bali Horse Riding Ubud Tour

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USD 75/Person Min 2 Participant

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BALI HORSE RIDING AND UBUD TOUR

 

Bali Horse Riding and Ubud Tour we designed in our Bali Combination Tour Packages by created itinerary to enjoy riding horse in beautiful beach and continue visiting the best tourist destination in Ubud village. Is great offer for those like to riding a horse, in this packages you will riding a horse in Serangan beach with beautiful beach and amazing panorama view by assist with our professional horseback riding guide with duration two hours. Is phenomenal open entryway we offer to make your excursion more great by research this islands in the way your never imagine already by riding a horse and thereafter heading off to the best places of premium worth to visit in Ubud town in the midst of your get-away in Bali Islands. Regardless outing in this combo excursion is riding a horse through the beautiful serangan beach and passed the local community nearby. The after finish the riding we will go to restaurant for having lunch with Indonesian food. after lunch we continue this Horseback riding and Ubud tour to visit the Sanctuary Ubud Monkey forest in the heart of ubud village with thousand monkey around, Then continue to visit to exploring the Ubud Royal Palace is resident of Ubud king long time ago and then explore the Ubud Art Market is traditional market in Ubud village which sell may kind variety of handicraft. Then after all site finish visiting we will go back to your hotel with bring a wonderful experience feature in this Bali Horse Riding and Ubud Tour package. The accompanying is short delineation of the combo trip packs we offer for your get-away.

Places of Interest Will Be Visit During Bali Horse Riding and Ubud Tours :


Horse Riding Tour

Horse Riding Tour is a Bali Activities Tour Packages by offer horse back riding adventure in beautiful beach with amazing view and sound of the waves make the horse back riding more enjoyable. We have the expertise to bring you an exceptional equestrian adventure. Horseback riding may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Bali activities. Sure, there are the spectacular mountain views, balinese village, endless sparkling beach. So why not add horseback riding to the list? You and the kids will love it, walking or gently trotting with your horse, reins in hand.

The experiences and scenery of this Horse Riding Tour will not be easily forgotten. The sounds of horses hooves echoing through the crashing waves of amazing beach, take a unique look at Balinese life as you pass the local village and onto the beautiful sandy beach. Is amazing experience you will remember for all your life. It provides the exciting horse riding adventures by the best selection of tame and healthy horses to explore the beautiful beach with sea breeze blowing and covers the coastal area. It stables are set in the coastal side with tropical plantation surround it and close to the beach. Your horse riding trail at the beautiful sandy beach apposite to the Indian Ocean and at the end of tour. It is an ideal adventure that you must join and feel the warm atmosphere of tropical ambiance flows from the Indian Ocean and your adventure will be unforgettable one on your lovely vacation in the paradise island of Bali.

Enjoy your holiday by Riding Horse in Bali Islands to see the amazing panorama view on horseback and turn other people's dreams into reality. After arriving and welcome at the Horse stable, you will receive a full safety breafing from professional and experience horse riding guide before embarking a memorable horse riding adventure. The horse riding trail has been set on the beautiful beautiful sand on the beach with thundering wave sound. Your Bali Horseback Riding Tour more enjoyable with our friendly and professional Bali Horse Riding tour guide.


Ubud Monkey Forest


Ubud Monkey Forest is a nature reserve temple complex in Ubud Bali. Its full name as written on a welcome sign is the Padangtegal Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.The complex houses approximately 340 (Macaca fascicularis) monkeys (32 adult males, 19 male sub adult, 77 adult females, 122 juvenile and 54 infants).Crab-eating Macaque

Bali Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest dwelt by some group of monkeys and other tropical animals. It is strategically located in the hearth of Ubud Village. Monkey Forests in Balinese language called Wanara Wana are spread out in the island and Ubud Monkey Forest itself own very important function of the continuity the monkey habitat in Bali. Meanwhile the local community own important role to keep this forest naturally in order to all wild animals able to live smoothly.

Location Bali Ubud Monkey Forest

The sacred sanctuary of Monkey Forest is located on the southern border of Ubud town around 3 kms south of central town with a leading road also with the name ofMonkey Forest. The site can be reached by many sides besides from central town of Ubud, from eastern corner of Ubud and from southern area of Ubud. The distance from Kuta is around 55 kms, from Sanur around 40 kms, and from Nusa Dua area around 65 kms.

The Wanara Wana

INSIDE UBUD MONKEY FOREST | SACRED MONKEY FOREST

Wanara Wana is the name of monkey forest in Sanskrit language, as the language ever influenced the layers of religious and ruling class of Indonesian archipelago before the fall into islam, and only Bali that strongly maintains the tradition.
It is important to treat the monkeys with respect as this forest is heir home and you are a guest in it. Please remain on the paved paths. The monkeys may become aggressive if you invade their private areas ( wanara Wana staff and researcher may occasionally be seen in this areas please do not follow them.
It can often seen how the Balinese Macaques are cracking open coconuts. If available they like to eat bananas and papayas, too. Once taken please leave the fruit with the monkeys. If you with to feed the macaques please do so carefully, and if they take food from you, please do not attempt to retrieve it back. It is also of great importance that you treat the trees, the plants and other animals and structures within the Sacred Monkey Forest with great respect.
This is holy area and an important ecological preservation. please enjoy the beauty and magic of this place. while at the same time respecting what lives in it. If you have any question or if you should need assistance, please asked the Wenara wana personnel ( identified by their green uniforms ) or a member of the research project.

Tri Hita Karana Thought
In accordance with Balinese Hindu thought, peace and liberty are obtainable in our life only when we respect and observe the three harmonious relationships known as the Tri Hita Karana with the following advises :

  1. The Gods bless life and created nature and all of its entities
  2. Nature provide sustainable support to the need of living beings
  3. Human beings as the highest being has the obligation to preserve the mother nature which was in the past only religious approach could operate before more reasons could take over the role.

Based on an analysis of a manuscript called Pura Purana ( meaning history of a Pura ) which is considered a holy writing the temple was built around 14th century during the reign of kings with the palace in Pejeng area. If this assumption is taken the establishment of the temple would be before 1343 AD, not at the beginning of Gelgel Palace which is far behind around 17th century. There are three temples in The Sacred Monkey Forest namely :

  1. Pura Dalem Agung, located at the south western corner of the main forest area. This temple is the most prominent in Monkey Forest
  2. The Holy Bathing Temple located down steps close to the water stream. This temple is divided into 3 courtyards ( mandalas ) with pools.
  3. The Prajapati temple with cemetery located at the southernmost of the area.

Balinese Macaques at Ubud Monkey Forest 

MONKEY UBUD MONKEY FOREST | SACRED MONKEY FOREST | BALI INTEREST PLACE

The monkeys that live in this sanctuary are called Balinese macaques, also known as long tail macaques. Their scientific name is macaca fascicularis and aside from humans, macaques are the most widespread and successful of all primates.
About 300 macaques currently reside in the monkey forest. There are approximately 35 adults males, 95 adult females and 170 young. These macaques live primarily in three clusters of females and males. Each of these groups tends to use different areas of the forest at different ties of the day. All macaques use all of the forest. Conflicts sometimes arises when two groups are in same area. Adult males weight up to 8 to 10 kgs and have large canines teeth, broad shoulders and facial hair that resembles a mustache. The adult females are smaller then the males ( 4-8 kgs ) and have long facial hair resembling beads. Balinese macaques group is centered around groups of related females called "matriline" Male macaques usually migrate in from other area and attempt to associate themselves with the female matriline Both males and females, have st of dominance relationship, but they are not always clear or consistent.
Mating can take place all year round but most infants are born during the months of May - August. Macaques mothers range from very protective to very permissive with their infants. Many females who are not the mother spend time holding and caring for infants. Sometimes you will even see an adult male "mothering" as well.

Research and Conservation Ubud Monkey Forest

The Sacred Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary serves not only as an important component in the spiritual and daily life of the villagers, but is the site of several research and conservation programs. The maintenance and management of special place like this attract the attention of researchers from all over the world, especially the interaction between human beings and the monkeys of this sacred place are subject to surveys and research studies.


Ubud Royal Palace


Puri Saren Ubud or more popular name as a Bali Ubud Royal Palace is an Ubud Kingdom Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses as a residence of Ubud King. It is set in the center of Ubud Bali with traditional art market just in front of it and it is found by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel who has commanded from year 1800 - 1823. Ubud Royal Palace is an artistic cultural life center, while the traditional market is the symbol of local economics resident. The existence of Ubud Royal Palace as a palace is equipped by a Wantilan/auditorium that is a large building of meeting room and a banyan tree as shelter place at the daytime. The traditional market is the place of society economics and its existence is always border on palace as artistic cultural life center. It means that the both pole meeting is describing the dynamics of society and kingdom life.

ENTRANCE UBUD ROYAL PALACE | Bali Golden Tour

The history of Bali’s royal ruling families goes as far back as the 10th century but it wasn’t until the 1300’s that they became historically renown. In 1343, the Majapahit Empire took hold after the Javanese king defeated the Balinese king. Their rule marked the arrival of Javanese Hindu culture, which is still evident today in architecture, the arts, literature, dance and the theatre.
A few Balinese villages remained aloof from this change, however, with the rise of Islam across Indonesia, the Majapahit Empire finally fell and Bali became independent at the end of the 15th century. Many of the Javanese aristocracy and key members of the creative society took refuge on the island and the period became known as Bali’s Golden Age.

Ubud has been a "royal town" for over a hundred years. Its princes, who bear the title "Tjokorda" or "Agung" still live in traditional palaces, called "Puris". Be aware, however, that every place called "puri" is not a royal palace. The word has been used quite liberally of late. Also be aware that there is not one palace in Ubud, but many, most of them clustered around the main cross-roads near the Bud market. There are several other "royal" towns in the Bud area, too, with their own palaces, most of which have close family ties to the Bud Tjokordas. A web of connections is maintained by incidental and arranged marriages among the respective offspring of princes in Sayan, Pejeng, Singapadu, Peliatan, and Payangan's puris.

Although the old Balinese feudal system was superseded by the Dutch colonial government more that eighty years ago, the Tjokordas still retain a special role in Ubud society. Many leadership roles, both sacred and secular are held by Tjokordas. They also figure prominently in the local business community, arts institutions, and professional circles. While no formal power is automatically granted to someone because they come from a puri, the Ubud royals still command respect solely on the basis of their heredity. They also command respect from some quarters on the basis of their rather disproportionate wealth.

The Royal palaces have long been the largest landholders in the area. They used to manifest this role in a largely "custodial" way, managing vast tracts of rice-growing land for the benefit of the community and the temples. In recent times, however, with the advent of western models of land ownership, many palaces have developed or sold landholdings to augment their personal wealth--sometimes conspicuously. In pre-colonial Bali, palaces were the primary patrons of art, music, dance and literature. The Ubud palaces consciously continue this tradition. They act as repositories of traditional culture, and develop artistic endeavours throughout the area, much to the benefit of both Ubudians and visitors.

The Tjokordas are no longer the physical embodiment of The State, they are just private citizens, with the same concerns as other private citizens, plus a few more. Accordingly, the Ubud palaces are essentially just family homes, and none have yet been turned into museums of public tourist attractions. While some of them are fine examples of traditional architecture, none are "historical" in terms of age. In fact, most are pretty new. The oldest Ubud palace was located a little to the east of Pura Dalem Ubud, above the main road. It collapsed in an earthquake early this century, and nothing remains but a flat place with traces of foundation here and there.


Ubud Market


Ubud Art Market where the existence is not far different from other markets available in the tourism area. Ubud Market as a society economics center of Ubud and it is apposite to the existence of Ubud Empire that is called Puri Saren. The market is unfolding from west to easterly divided become two group with different purpose. There are two markets available at the same area those are one block at the Westside is for a traditional artistic market and another block located in the east as an everyday traditional fundamental market requirement. Ubud Market is opened every day about at 08:00 until 18:00, even some from them still open until nighttime. While the traditional market for the fundamental requirement is opened everyday at 06:00 - even before that there is morning market started at 04:00 morning.

Ubud Market is a Center of Art Market in Bali

The art crafting are sold in this ubud art market consisted of various crafting, from traditional until contemporary crafting which its price is relatively cheap. You can do the transaction directly to the merchant which generally can be bargained. All the crafting sold in this place you can bring home as souvenir like slipper, wood idol, bag, clothes, matting, painting and a lot of more.

How to Locate Ubud Art Market?

It is very simple way and easily to find Ubud Market since it is very famous among the Balinese and it is strategically located in the center of Ubud Village. This market is located just in the front of Ubud Palace with crowded of visitor who purchases the items every day. Ubud Market is close to other places of interest in Ubud like Ubud Palace, Ubud Monkey Forest , Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Painting Museum and Gua Gajah. You can also join the Ubud Tour Package or other tour arrangements like Elephant Ubud Tour, Rafting Ubud Tour , Elephant Safari Ubud Tour and Ayung Rafting Ubud Tour .


Bali Horse Riding and Ubud Tour Packages Itinerary :

08.00 – Pick up at the hotel

Enjoy 2 Hours Horse Back Riding Tour Packages

Horse Back Riding Tour finish

Enjoy Lunch

Visit Ubud Monkey Forest

Visit Ubud Royal Palace

Visit Ubud Art Market

Back to hotel

Arrive at hotel

Bali Horse Riding and Ubud Tour Packages Price :

Adults : USD 75/adults

Children (5 till 12 years old) : 60/child

Remarks :

Maximum weight is 90 kg, over than that is not allowed to riding a horse

The price quote per person for minimun booking 2 person

For Single or Solo Traveler will have additional charge 50%



Bali Horse Riding and Ubud Tour Packages Price Included :

Private and Comfortable A/C Car

Professional English Speaking Driver

Petrol

2 Hours Horse Riding

Mineral Water

Lunch Indonesian Food

Entrance Ticket

Insurance Coverage



Area Covered for Pick Up :


Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Sanur, Ubud, Denpasar, Benoa Harbour, Airport

Please contact us for pick up in different area.