Starting from a visit of a simple blacksmith, you will learn about the production of terracotta earthenware and traditional wayang-style artwork. Experience Bali’s idyllic scenery and authentic way of life by immersing yourself in local crafts and customs that make it truly magical.
From there, you will continue on to one of the most holy sites in Kerambitan, Pura Ulun Suwi, followed by a stop at Alas Kedaton. Next up is the beautiful Pura Taman Ayun, where you will be served a picnic lunch in one of the bales. No visit of the West Balinese temples is complete without seeing Tanah Lot: perched on a huge offshore rock, this temple was built in the 15th century by the priest Pedanda Bahu Rawuh, or Danghyang Nirartha, from the Majapahit Kingdom. Your last call will be the dramatic temple Timan Agung on the peninsula in the vicinity of the resort, where you will be welcomed with cocktails and canapés, best enjoyed while gazing upon the most scenic of sunsets.