2.2      The Extreme Eastern Coast
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The North-Eastern Highlights – go along  Mt. Agung, continue to the extreme Eastern point of Bali, visit the water palaces and royal palace in Amlapura, have lunch in Candidasa bay, and explore Tenganan (Bali Aga) Village

Itinerary

This full day trip starts at 08.00 AM and takes you for the first hour all along the North-Eastern  Coast, between the Bali Sea and nearby Mt. Agung, Bali’s sacred highest volcano.

Stops are made along the road where there are magnificent views of Mt. Agung .

At the junction to Amed, we continue along the extreme eastern coast, along a fascinating and breathtaking road through the numerous valleys along the coast. This is the most isolated and traditional part of Bali. The road conditions are not very good: some potholes, winding, steep and narrow and this “short” trip takes about two hours, till we arrive in Ujung, the oldest water palace by the ocean.

After the visit to Ujung, we proceed first to Tenganan for a one hour visit, before heading to Candidasa for a quick lunch.
Around 2 PM we head back via Amlapura, the old royal capital where we visit the royal palace and residence and by 4 PM latest we reach Tittra Gangga, to explore the water palace and take a swim.
Before sunset we return to our accommodation.