Will we have time for shopping?
Many of the stops we make have shops that sell curios and souvenirs. You should bring extra money for shopping if you are interested in purchasing some items. High-end shopping is not a part of this tour so if you’d like to fit that in, please notify us before the day of your tour and we will arrange stops at stores with high-end products.
Can I get a healing or Malukat?
Healings are not a normal part of our tours or included at any of the temples we visit. If you are interested in seeing a Mangku or healer, please contact us before the tour and we notify you if these ceremonies are possible on your tour.
Do we really need to hire a guide for this tour?
No. You can visit any of the places we go to on your own, but a hired driver or guide can help you to find the best deals, avoid crowds and traffic and give you knowledge about customs and culture that you would not receive from a taxi driver.
Are children allowed on this tour?
Yes. Because the temples are old, please be sure to supervise your children at all times to prevent injury. Likewise, drivers in Bali can be more dangerous than you are accustomed to so be sure to watch your kids near streets and in parking lots.
Will there be a lot of other tourists?
Tourists have become a permanent fixture in Bali. That being said, our guides are very experienced and know the areas to which you will be going. They will avoid crowds and traffic whenever possible.
Should I hire a guide or just use the driver?
Our drivers are very good and can answer a lot of your questions. They will help you in every situation they can, but will remain with the car to let you explore on your own. Some travelers prefer this while other prefer a more hands-on guide.
If you hire a guide, he will enter all the temples, palaces and other places with you, explain the culture and history behind it all and answer all of your questions. they re very handy for those who want to learn more about our beautiful culture and happy island.