Our Jatiluwih Rice Terrace VW Safari Tour is a unique tour that unfolds the beauty of Bali’s landscapes through the lens of a convertible Volkswagen. This tour will invite you to explore the Balinese countryside and see the lives of local people. This trip will allow you to enjoy fresh tropical air via a flexibly open and closed rooftop. Get ready for an exclusive adventure connecting you with nature and the sacred Hindu temple in Bali Island’s heart.
Exploring Jatiluwih, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Jatiluwih, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a testament to the harmonious blend of agriculture and culture. Marvel at the panoramic view of rice terraces cascading from the slopes of Batukaru Mount to the seashore. Our Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Expedition takes you on an extraordinary journey to explore the traditional village, offering unparalleled and memorable experiences.
About Jatiluwih Rice Terrace VW Safari Tour
The adventure begins with a hotel pickup, heading to Pejaten Village in Tabanan Regency. Witness the artistry of local villagers making roof tiles in their home industry, and even try your hand at it. Next, visit the Beda Temple and drive up to the slopes of Batukaru, passing Subamia Village. Stop over at Sandan Village to explore the enchanting Butterfly Park before continuing to Batukaru, where a sacred Hindu temple awaits in the heart of the lush rainforest.
Descend to Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, savouring lunch with a panoramic view. Take a short trek through the rice terraces, immersing yourself in the beauty of nature. The journey continues to Baha Village, passing through picturesque countryside. Explore traditional Balinese houses in Baha Village before concluding your wonderful trip back to the hotel.
Book your Jatiluwih Rice Terrace VW Safari Tour for a fantastic program that promises unforgettable moments amidst Bali’s stunning landscapes.
Pejaten Village is the first place to visit during the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Tour. Furthermore, it is a traditional village in the Kediri district and Tabanan Regency, the western part of Bali Island, about 1 hour from Denpasar City. This village's most unique activities are local villagers making roof tile and clay. You will discover the local people making the roof tile directly, and you will visit the clay museum to see the variety of beautiful clay. You also have the opportunity to learn how to make the roof tile from the local people in their home industry.
Beda Temple is another place to visit during the Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Expedition. Furthermore, it is a beautiful Hindu temple in the heart 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 six months. Like other temples in Bali, Beda Temple also consists of three areas. It includes an external place, Nista Mandala, a middle zone, Madya Mandala, 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 a plateau area with lush tropical rainforest surrounding it. In addition, it is located in a peaceful area far from the local residents, ideally for worship. Some temple buildings are spread out through the tranquillity of the rainforest, with the giant 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 those 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 living farmers' cool air and life have attracted many tourists to this place.
Also, this place continues to improve its public facilities to provide a sense of comfort for tourists visiting 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.