Climbing the Batur volcano

Witnessing the sunrise atop Mount Batur, in our opinion, is a must-do for anyone visiting Bali.
Watching the sun rise from the summit of an active volcano is an incredible experience for travelers.
The view from Mount Batur is truly out of this world. You can see two peaks right in front of you – Abang, the sacred Mount Agung, and even Mount Rinjani on the neighboring island of Lombok, all bathed in the beautiful rays of the rising sun.
During the two-hour ascent, you'll walk across black soils and hardened lava that flowed down the slopes of Batur hundreds of years ago. Once you reach the volcano's summit, you'll be treated to a breathtaking view of the sun rising above the horizon and Lake Batur lying at the foot of the mountain.
Departure from the hotel: 01:00 - 02:30 a.m. (depending on the area).
Duration of the climb: approximately 1.5 - 2 hours.
You'll need to bring comfortable closed-toe shoes (beach sandals won't do), warm clothing (a sweater or jacket), and swimsuits if you'd like to visit the hot springs during an individual tour.

$ Prices:
The group tour costs $49 per person. This includes group transfer with an English-speaking driver, the guided hike up the volcano with an official ranger, entrance fees to the national park, flashlights, and breakfast.
For a private tour to Mount Batur with a Russian-speaking driver, it's $65 per person. This covers private transfer with a Russian-speaking driver, national park entrance fees, the guided ascent with an official ranger, and breakfast. After the hike, our guide can take you to the Hot Springs, Tegalalang Rice Terraces, Luwak Coffee Plantations where you can sample different coffees and teas, or even visit the Dead Sea Trunyan Village (entry fees for these attractions are paid separately).
No matter which option you choose, it's an experience you won't want to miss during your Bali adventure! Let me know if you need any other details.