Below, find short descriptions about the level of access to places of interest on Bali. For more detailed information with photos, please contact us.
On our tours, our team is ready to assist you in any way to overcome possible barriers.
Access at PURA ULUWATU
The Uluwatu temple sits on a cliff over the Indian Ocean. A path leads along the coastline to the left and right of the temple, offering fantastic views over the cliff and the temple. Just recently the path has been equipped with several ramps, although some of them are rather steep.
The temple itself is only accessible by stairs. The stairs on a side-entrance have low and deep steps, making it easier to climb than the main entrance.
Access at TANAH LOT
Tanah Lot and Batu Bolong temples are located on rocks in the ocean. At the opposite coast, a relative even path offers great views.
If you want to go down to the rock of Tanah Lot, this can be done via the south entrance with only few steps. Depending on the tides, it is possible to get onto the base of the rock, which however is uneven and can be slippery.
The temple itself is closed expect for praying.
Access at PURA TAMAN AYUN
The front part of the park is easy to visit with even paths and ramps, leading up to the gate of the main court. When you want to surround this main court, there are a some few steps to overcome.
Access at PURA GOA LAWAH
There are two entrances, but both have some short stairs. Inside the temple court it is easy to stroll around, there are no more steps.
Access at VILLAGE TENGANAN
The village is easy to enter on newly build ramps. Paths and slopes inside are partly very bumpy, but distances are only short. It is possible to enter at least two houses via ramps.
Access at TAMAN UJUNG
We can enter the park through a side-gate to avoid stairs. Exploring the wide park is easy on even paths.
Some buildings within the park can only be entered by stairs.
Access at PURA LEMPUYANG LUHUR
The complex consists of 6 individual temples high up into the mountain, alongside 1700 steps.
We only visit the first temple, amazing Penataran Agung. With permission from the traditional village chief we use a side street that leads up to the top of this first temple. From there it is only a short flight of stairs into the court and worth the fantastic view!
Access at TIRTA EMPUL
Most parts of the complex are easy accessible and by means of a side entrance it is possible to get to the inner part of the temple.
There are stairs to get into the central pool area, but the activities at the holy springs can also be watched from outside.
Access at PURA BESAKIH
Stairs are an important part of the temple’s philosophy, they lead the spiritual person upwards and closer to the sacred Mount Agung.
Visitors with difficulty to climb stairs can be assisted by our team.
Alternatively, enjoy the spectacular view of the temple from ground-level, which is easy to reach.
With a special permission we can also go by car to the upper area of the temple -and there to the Pura Gelap, the Dark Tempel- and enjoy the great view from above!
Access at KINTAMANI
Kintamani is a small town on the ancient rim of the Batur volcano. Enjoy the fantastic view on lake and volcano from the terrace of an easy accessible restaurant.
BRAHMAVIHARA ARAMA BUDHA BANJAR – the Buddhist Monastery
The terraced complex has numerous stairs. For wheelchair users and guests with difficulty to climb stairs, we have permission to use a back entrance and go by car to mid-level. A slope leads up to the top level.
Access at PURA ULUN DANU BERATAN
The park area up to the lake’s shore is easy to explore with even paths and integrated ramps.
Access at SANGEH MONKEY FOREST
The park authorities have put some thought into the issue of accessibility. Most paths are even and equipped with slopes or ramps, making a round trip in the forest relatively easy.
Access at JATILUWIH
There are many small cafes along the panorama road, to sit and enjoy the view.
Some trekking paths leading down into the valley can be used with wheelchairs for some distance, before they turn into grassy paths between rice fields.