Bali Tours

Ubud, Bali 5.0

Ubud is a charming town in the heart of Bali, surrounded by lush rainforests, rice paddies, and stunning landscapes. This tour is designed to give you a taste of the best that Ubud has to offer, from its traditional art and culture to its stunning natural beauty.

The tour will take you on a journey through the town's iconic landmarks, including the Ubud Palace and the Monkey Forest Sanctuary, where you can observe the playful primates in their natural habitat. You will also get a chance to explore the local markets and witness the skilled artisans at work, creating intricate wood carvings, batik textiles, and silver jewellery.

In addition to the cultural highlights, the tour will also take you on a scenic drive through the surrounding countryside, with stops at breathtaking rice terraces, cascading waterfalls, and hidden temples. You will have ample opportunities to take photos and soak up the tranquil atmosphere of this beautiful region.

Throughout the tour, you will experience fascinating history and traditions of Bali, get deeper understanding and appreciation of this unique culture. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, this tour is sure to leave you with unforgettable memories of your time in Ubud.

10 Hrs 30 Mins


6 People

Maximum group size


Per Person


Private tour

Difficulty Level


Getting there

Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Pecatu, Sanur, Ubud, Canggu, Denpasar, Benoa harbour, Denpasar airport is included in this package. Pick up from other regions in Bali is provided at an additional cost.

Kit list

Gear/items provided:

Private car / minibus with a/c ( 7 seater car)


English speaking driver 

Mineral water

What you need to carry

Entrance tickets fees 



Tour guide at additional cost


07:30 – Pick up at the hotel

09.30 – Watch Barong and Keris dance performance 

11.00 – Visit Celuk village for traditional gold and silver smith

11.30 – Visit Batuan village for traditional art painting

12.00 – Enjoy coffee plantation and swing 

13.00 - Visit Tegenungan waterfall 

13.30-  Lunch at Puri Suling and take rest

15.30 - Visit Elephant Cave Temple 

16.30 - Visit Aloha Ubud  swing 

17.30 - Visit Monkey Forest 

18.00 - Back to the hotel

How to reach

Ubud is a charming town in the heart of Bali known for its lush rainforests, traditional art and culture, and stunning landscapes. It's a popular destination for travellers seeking a peaceful retreat and a deeper understanding of Balinese traditions. The town is surrounded by rice paddies, cascading waterfalls, and hidden temples, making it an ideal base for exploring the natural beauty of the region.

Important details you must know before preparing for the trip

The price is including Government taxes and services

Lunch and entrance fee not included, you need to pay by your own self

The tour is private tours, means there are no other participants, just only you and your companion

Tour guide can be provided at an additional cost. Contact Whatsapp number provided in the booking confirmation.

Already booked private tour through sneakout can be rescheduled to nearest possible days by informing us at least 2 days before (use Whatsapp number provided in the booking confirmation).

Meeting point and time: Make sure you know the exact meeting point and time for the tour, and plan to arrive early to avoid any delays.

Dress code: As the tour will take you to some religious sites, it's important to dress modestly and cover your shoulders and knees. Wearing comfortable shoes is also recommended as there will be some walking involved.

Weather: Bali has a tropical climate, so be prepared for warm and humid weather. Bring sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun.

Currency: The official currency in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah. Make sure to have enough cash on hand, as some places may not accept credit cards.

Health and safety: Make sure to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated, especially in the heat. Use insect repellent and be aware of your surroundings, as petty theft can occur in tourist areas.

Etiquette: Be respectful of local customs and traditions, such as removing your shoes before entering temples and not touching sacred objects.

 3,499/Per Person