Sacred Places of Energy in Bali

The tour is individual
All tickets, fees and taxes are included
It starts at 8 a.m.

2 people — $ 65 per person
2 people — $ 165 per person Tour by premium car (Toyota Alphard/Velfire)
Private tour for one person — $ 105
Private tour for one person in a premium car (Toyota Alphard/Velfire) — $ 205
Discounts are provided for large groups.

We invite you to join a tour that will allow you to immerse yourself in the spiritual culture and history of this magical island.
Our first stop will be an opportunity to literally peek into the mouth of a demon – the unusual Goa Gajah cave. Translated from Indonesian, Goa Gajah means "Elephant Cave," although tour guides more often say that the demonic head image at the entrance reminded locals of an elephant's mouth. According to legend, the lingams installed here can help young couples conceive a child. Infertility can be cured by rubbing them.
Next, we'll head to the Tirta Empul or Sebaty springs, where you can participate in the Melukat cleansing ceremony. This ancient ritual is considered one of the most important in the local religious culture. By going through this rite, you can undergo both spiritual and physical "cleansing." The holy water helps regulate the normal circulation of energy in a person, rid them of fears, curses, demons, and other dark energies that accumulate during daily life or have taken deep root within. It normalizes and activates the processes of understanding oneself and the surrounding world, balances emotional states, and gives a sense of harmony with the world, people, and gods. It brings deliverance from mental problems and some physical ailments.
Then we'll visit the ancient tombs of Gunung Kawi, known as the "tomb of kings" or "poet's rock." This unique 11th-century site features monumental tombs carved into a sheer cliff that astound the imagination with their scale, beauty, and the titanic effort of the masters who created them. Although the rock reliefs serve as tombs, they are not burial sites in the European sense. There were never any remains or ashes of the deceased in them. Gunung Kawi cannot be considered a cemetery; rather, it is a memorial to members of an ancient ruler's family. Following Hindu traditions, the ashes of the deceased are cremated, and the ashes are scattered over the sea, allowing the soul to find its new incarnation more quickly.
Finally, we'll head to the main Besakih Temple, known as the "Mother of all temples." This is the largest and most significant temple in Bali and one of the most important centers of local religious life. The first mention of the Besakih temple complex in documents dates back to 1284. At that time, when Javanese conquerors settled in Bali, this place was already being used for Hindu worship.
If you wish, you can visit the healer Mangku Jati. This local healer is well-known and respected in the local culture, and his healing methods are famous for their effectiveness. You'll have the opportunity to learn a lot about traditional Balinese medicine and gain a unique experience.
All this and much more awaits you on this exciting tour, which will also allow you to enjoy the beauty of the island of Bali.