Jatiluwih VW safari trip is an exciting trip program using convertible Volkswagen vehicles. On this trip, you will connect to nature and also visit the traditional village and sacred Hindu temple in the middle part of Bali Island. It is one of the fantastic and exclusive Bali VW Safari Tours to encourage you to the fantastic memorable experiences. Meanwhile, Jatiluwih is a world heritage site UNESCO in the form of agriculture and culture. Jatiluwih is blessed by the magnificent view of the rice terrace unfolding from the slope of Batukaru Mount until the seashore. Our Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Expedition is perfectly arranged to bring you unusual trips to explore the traditional village. Moreover, we will stop over at non-tourist sites, meet friendly people and enjoy fantastic trips using memorable Volkswagen vehicles.
Firstly, we start the Jatiluwih Rice terrace trip and visit Pejaten Village in Tabanan Regency. Here, we will see the local villagers make roof tiles in their home industry. Moreover, you will have the opportunity to try it. And then, we visit Beda Temple. Afterwards, we drive up to go to the slop of Batukaru passing Subamia Village. On the way, stop over at Sandan Village to visit the beautiful Butterfly Park. Afterwards, we continue the trip to Batukaru to visit a sacred Hindu Temple set in the juggle surrounded by green rain forest. We go down to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace to enjoy lunch with a panoramic view. On the way back to the hotel, we will pass through the village like Apuan, Tunjuk, Marga, and Sembung. And then a stopover at Baha a traditional Balinese house. The program of the Jatiluwih VW Safari trip is amazing, doesn’t it?
Pejaten Village is the first place to visit during Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Expedition. Furthermore, it is a traditional village in Kediri district and Tabanan Regency, west part of Bali Island about 1 hour from Denpasar City. The most unique activities in this village are roof tile and clay making is done by local villagers. You will discover the local people making the roof tile directly and visit the clay museum to see the variety of beautiful clay. You also have the opportunity to try how to make the roof tile from the local people in their home industry.
Beda Temple is another place to visit during Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Expedition. Furthermore, it is a beautiful Hindu temple in the hearth of Beda Village with a beautiful multiple roof style and majestic entrance gateway. The local villagers have supported this sacred temple and hold the temple ceremony every 6 months. As another temple in Bali, Beda Temple is also consisting of three areas. It includes an external area or Nista Mandala, middle area or Madya Mandala and the main temple area or Utama Mandala.
Luhur Watukaru Temple or Pura Batukaru is one of the biggest Hindu Temples in Bali (Sad Kahyangan) with Catur Lokapala Temple and Padma Bhuwana Temple status. The location is in the plateau area with lush tropical rainforest surrounding it. In addition, it is located in a peaceful area that is far from the local resident that is ideally for worship. There are some temple buildings spread out through the tranquillity of rain forest and the big mountain of Batukaru as a backdrop.
Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is a very famous tourist spot in Bali with a view of a beautiful rice terrace. This place is excellent for tourists, especially tourists who like nature. This is because, nature is still beautiful with extensive rice fields, fresh air and beautiful scenery. Here, farmers have succeeded in preserving the ancestral cultural heritage to maintain the balance of nature. Meanwhile, the cool air and the life of the living farmers have attracted many tourists to visit this place. And also, this place continues to improve the public facilities to provide a sense of comfort for tourists to visit Jatiluwih Rice Terrace. On the other hand, Subak is a social organization of Balinese people. This organization has managed to protect nature in Jatiluwih and regulate the social life of local people. Therefore, UNESCO has designated this place as a World Cultural Heritage.