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Bali Trekking Tours

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Trekking in Bali is one of the most rewarding and inexpensive ways to get the most from the island with a whole variety of different kinds of trekking on offer from walking through padi terraces to doing a 4 day trek up the volcanoes. Bali offers beaches, rice paddies, hills, jungles and tropical countryside as well as variety of different peaks and lakes and all kinds of classic Indonesian scenery. The beauty of Bali trekking does not require special equipment other than sturdy footwear and there are opportunities all over the island so it is not difficult to get involved. Many resorts offer Bali trekking as one of their activities. This is either through a specific outdoor sports company or using their own guides to trek around nearby areas and routes. It is common to find trekking offered directly by the resorts in the immediate locale of the Ubud villas where walks involve trekking down the shaded paths with ancient trees towering overhead up to points of excellent vantage for looking out over the south of Bali over the rice paddies and villages where you can see the river valleys and all sorts of natural tropical nature flora and fauna.

Trekking the volcano in Bali is popular and challenging adventure for many people who come through Bali. The best way to take on the peak of Mount Agung Batur is to use the local guides who will carry all of the tents and equipment up the peak for you. There are 3 sleeping bases on the way up the peak where you can camp and then wake up first thing in the morning half way up a volcano and continue the challenge. The walk is timed so that you reach the very top of the peak just before sunrise where you can look out over the entire island of Bali as the sun casts the first light of the day over the island of the gods. This is an excellent Bali trekking and is one of the most enjoyable treks in Indonesia. However it is not wise to attempt this climb without a guide for the obvious reasons of safety but also due to the local people who have a monopoly on the guides and this is the only line of business in the area. It has been reported that people have experienced problems with the locals when not using a guide although with a guide everything is always fine.

There are also a number of outdoor activity companies who offer Bali trekking tours as a profession focus of their business. Probably the longest established and most recommendable company is the out door adventure company named Sobek Bali Utama who also offer cycling and white water rafting. All their routes are carefully planed to offer a challenging and satisfying trek on different ability levels whilst witnessing the highlights of the area for a well rounded trip including transport form your resort and a packed lunch.