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Safari to Jatiluwih - Bali, reveals the other side of paradise

November 2015

Jatiluwih has become the favorite destination after the so popular south beach area of Bali. This cultural landscape is located in agricultural regency Tabanan, in the middle of the island. As far as the eyes can see, emerald chenille outspreaded overlooks the valley with the mountain backdrop as perfection to the view.

Jatiluwih has been acknowledged by UNESCO on its World Cultural Heritage List in June 2012 for its subak irrigation system of the terraced rice fields and their water temples covering 19,500 hectares of farming region and also for the intact traditional agricultural society.

Come and try this fabulous experience with Pacto Ltd Indonesia.

First, the guests will arrive and be guided for a short visit to a nearby authentic temple on the slope of Mount Batukaru.

Take a stroll around the temple and a small lake for breeding the local fish. Outside the temple, numerous vintage convertible Volkswagen cars are waiting to take the guests for an extraordinary safari riding the legendary vehicle throughout this lush area and idyllic view of local villages nearby.

We will also organize great activities combinable to this safari.
A soft trekking through the fields’ path while enjoying the warmth of the tropical sun will be an excellent match to go deeper to this changing form and color of ‘paddy ocean’ according to the season. 
Some clients found the best moment to arrive to the field is when the paddy is ripening in the shadow of golden brown color.Some will be delighted to come at the beginning of the season to get acquainted with the planting techniques. But the longest period of green field is forever gorgeous.

A fun cycling is also an advisable option.  Take your time to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere as you are rowing the bike down the rural area, watch as the farmers work on their field, and marvel on the exotic Balinese villages.

Lunch will be served at the local restaurant with the view overlooking to the field as you indulge your appetite with the rich spices of Indonesian cuisines. Alternatively, if the open air is your preference, a picnic lunch can also be provided on the forecourt of the temple.

We are waiting to show you the other side of the Island of Gods!


If you need more information, just contact Mr Umberto Cadamuro at

Jatiluwih Rice Field

Jatiluwih Volkswagen Safari

Jatiluwih Volkswagen Safari

Cycling in Jatiluwih

Besi Kalong Temple

Batukaru Temple