Mount Batur, Hot Spring, and Coffee Escapade

Mount Batur, Hot Spring, and Coffee Escapade

Our trekking to 5,600 feet above the sea level.

Mount Batur is the most popular trekking or hiking activities in Bali, Indonesia. It is the most exciting outdoor adventures that we’ve done. This is my first-time hike in an International country. 

Aerial View of Mount Batur
Aerial View of Mount Batur

Well, I consider that this is the most exploring day and since my husband is one of the hikers and nature lovers even before. He motivates and advises me to do this activity to learn and explore new areas and the thing is walking is the best exercise for our body and mind by roving around and boost the adrenaline too.

Aerial View of Mount Batur
Aerial View of Mount Batur

Just a reminder that the volcano is located at the center of two concentric calderas northwest of Mount Agung on the island of Bali. But Still, there are lots of visitors to go here and see the beautiful clouds and glorious sunrise of the inter mountains. You can also do the aerial shots with incredible videos and photos at the top of the summit.

Aerial View of Mount Batur
Aerial View of Mount Batur

Our Exposure 

Sunrise at Mount Batur
Sunrise at Mount Batur

And this is it! The most exciting day, we wake up early at 3:00 in the morning because of our service car. Pick up us around 3:30. There is also a Group Trekking Tour organization with Local Trekking Operator Services in Bali and a Trekking guide site which manage by original Balinese people.

Breakfast at Mount Batur
Breakfast at Mount Batur

My husband and I, decided to take a private assistant tour since I was a beginner and never tried to take any hiking activities even our country and besides Mount Batur is one of the steep cliffs in Indonesia.

We started the trekking at 3:30 in the morning, we saw a lot of hikers with different nationalities are also enjoying in this challenging ventures. Because Mount Batur is one of the famous places that have natural beauty and highly recommended for everyone who wants a vacation to Bali.

Silhouette shot
Silhouette shot

We want to share our experience that hiking to Mount Batur is also not as easy as people think. We need to be well-prepared from the day before you have to know every little thing about the trekking trip this is also important for you to learn about Mount Batur’s difficulty and the best things to do to avoid any problem you might face during the hiking activity.

Nathaniel and Joanna at Mount Batur
Nathaniel and Joanna at Mount Batur

Feeling tired after hiking?

Batur Natural Hot Spring is here!

For additional in our package of trekking, we also have hot spring activity in the day tour package between the hike up to Mount Batur. We enjoy dipping our bodies in the Batur Natural Hot Spring in Lake Batur. The place is nice and clean. You will love the ambiance in the surrounding area. The hot water will help relax your muscles after a tiring climb at Mount Batur.

Batur Natural Hot Spring
Batur Natural Hot Spring
Batur Natural Hot Spring
Batur Natural Hot Spring
Batur Natural Hot Spring
Batur Natural Hot Spring

The staff here is friendly and helpful. Welcome drink, towels, and lockers are all included in the tour package. The pools have varying degrees of warmth and hotness. The water from these hot springs flows into the lake. You can see the mesmerizing view of the volcanic landscape from the pool.

Joanna at Batur Natural Hot Spring
Joanna at Batur Natural Hot Spring

There is a lot of travel tour in Bali, but you can check first the packages of each tour operators and the prices that they offered.

Joanna and Nathaniel at  Batur Natural Hot Spring
Joanna and Nathaniel at Batur Natural Hot Spring

We are coffee lovers!

If you are coffee lovers, this is the perfect place. Our tour was full of excitement because our next destination is a small Balinese coffee plantation. In this tour, you can learn about how the local coffees being made and tasting the most expensive coffee in the world (the Luwak coffee). Luwak coffee came from the poop of the palm civet. It is recommended by many tour operators to visit this coffee plantation in Bali.

variety of coffee and tea flavors
variety of coffee and tea flavors
Luwak poop at the top
Luwak poop at the top

You can find the cocoa, coconut, or other tropical plants such as medicinal plants or herbs in this plantation. It’s pretty cool to see the coffee-making process from the raw materials until the final product. You can also see the beautiful landscape with a free cup of coffee from the plantation.

Nathaniel drinking coffee
Nathaniel drinking coffee

You can also buy some coffee packages from there store the prices depend on the flavor of the coffee, hot chocolates, herbal teas you like. But for us, we brought the Avocado coffee, and the taste is different because the ingredients are coconut milk, pandan, and coffee.

Joanna and Nathaniel at Coffee Plantation
Joanna and Nathaniel at Coffee Plantation

In the last days the mountain of the LORD’s temple will be established as the highest of the mountains; it will be exalted above the hills, and all nations will stream to it.

Isaiah 2:2
Mount Batur, Hot Spring, and Coffee Escapade

13 thoughts on “Mount Batur, Hot Spring, and Coffee Escapade

  1. Wow, such a beautiful place to visit and enjoy.! Love hiking but it’s very rare for me to read blogs about places to hike. I never been to Indonesia but after readiing your blog post, I will definately include it on my bucket list once COVID 19 is over!

  2. I’m not into hiking but seems this place isn’t that steep so maybe I could try 🙂
    But definitely, you will see me spending more time at Batur Natural Hot Spring, and enjoying their coffee.

  3. this is such a wonderful experience for you both. I especially loved the hot spring break as well as the coffee. it is a one of a kind experience that we will always remember. glad merong tour package para sa mga hindi sanay mag trek.beautiful view talaga!

  4. I’ve never been to Bali! How many days would you recommend if a trip to Mount Batur will be included in the itinerary? Not really a professional hiker but I love the outdoors and it would be nice to experience hiking overseas. And that hot spring sold me hahaha!

  5. I really enjoyed reading this a lot. Thank you so much for sharing this escapade. I hope the pandemic ends soon to be able for us to visit places like this again with our family

  6. Wow! Sorry, are you working in Indonesia?? Cool! Indonesia is actually one in my top list to go to after this pandemic! Will surely add this mountain to my list. How much is the tour?

  7. Definitely on my bucket list when I revisit Bali! I was there 2 years ago and I Prioritized relaxation hehe. So next time I come around, I’ll make sure my to do includes this and other natural adventures.

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