- Adult : USD 30 per pax minimal 2 person
- Child : (7 - 12 Years Old ) USD 15 / pax
From the hotel at 8.30
Release of rare small turtle animals in nature, if you take part in the participation, the local Bali government will give you a certificate of appreciation for taking part in the conservation of the turtle's survival. Second stop we will visiting the Uluwatu Temple. Next we break for lunch After lunch We continue tour to the Padang Padang beach enjoy your time on the beach At about 4 pm we will go to Jimbaran beach, to admire the beautiful Sunset on the beach of Jimbaran After sunset we will Dinner on the beach anjoy grilled fresh fish.this is a romantic and spectacular place. Return to hotel.
- English Speaking Driver
- Parking and Toll fee
- Take Pick up,get drop off free to your hotel
- Entrance fee
Conservation Of The Turtles
The Turtle Conservation and Education Center (TCEC) opened by the governor of Bali, Mr Dewa Barata (20 January 2006) on Serangan island of Bali. TCEC is developed as part of the comprehensive strategy to eradicate illegal turtle trading on the island. Established on a land of 2.4 ha, the TCEC is trying to support the community of Serangan to find the alternatives beside illegal turtle business. The centre harnesses the potential of education, tourism, conservation and research, with a liberal sprinkling of business, to give endangered turtles one more chance on Serangan.
The four fundamental aspects to the centre include putting a definitive end to turtle trade, by encouraging the public not to consume turtle products (religious use or otherwise), and to generally support turtle conservation; providing turtles for rituals - without their killing - and monitoring turtle size and numbers, so that their use can be strictly controlled and regulated; offering employment opportunities for locals from Serangan; and finally, acting as a watchdog for turtle trade - in Serangan in particular and Bali in general.
Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali's nine key directional temples, though a small temple was claimed to have existed beforehand, the structure was significantly expanded by a Javanese sage, Empu Kuturan in the 11th Century. Another sage from East Java, Dang Hyang Nirartha is credited for constructing the padmasana shrines and is claimed to have attained Moksha.
Padang Padang Beach
Padang Padang Beach, locally referred to as Pantai Labuan Sait, is one of Bali’s most famous surf spots, located on the north-western coast of the island’s Bukit Peninsula.
Jimbaran Seafood Cafes and Restaurants have cemented themselves as a top Bali attraction in their own right. Especially for sunset. The beach has countless cafes and restaurants, some good, some great. There are three main clusters of restaurants.
The Photos Of Tour 5
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