The best beaches (South of Bali)

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

2 people — $ 55 per person
2 people — $ 155 per person Tour by premium car (Toyota Alphard/Velfire)
Private tour for one person — $ 90
Private tour for one person in a premium car (Toyota Alphard/Velfire) — $ 190
Discounts are provided for large groups.

So you're in Bali - your dream has come true! Your plans to see all the most beautiful and breathtaking spots. You're in luck! We offer you a unique tour where you can visit several amazing places on the island.
Our first stop will be Water Blow to witness water jets soaring high into the air from ocean waves crashing against the rocks. This incredible sight is sure to amaze you with its power and beauty. A narrow gap between the rocks where waves pound and shoot up fountains of spray. A column of water rises up 3-4 meters high. Sprays scatter sideways and settle on the rocks, turning into white foam. A very beautiful scene. During high tide, the wave rises up to 6 meters.
Next, we'll take you to a few beaches in Bali.
Melasti Beach awaits with crystal clear waters and beautiful rocks. Although the beach was discovered relatively recently, it has already made it into the top ten. It's distinguished by extremely picturesque nature – its shore is paved with fine golden sand, and the rocks stretching for 1 km contain a huge number of caves, perfect for sheltering from the scorching sun.
Nyang Nyang Beach is a paradise at the foot of towering cliffs that you'll have to overcome to descend to the shores of the Indian Ocean. Stretching up to 2 km, Nyang Nyang is one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches on the island. Dazzling white sand, moderate ocean depth, turquoise waters, and incredible surrounding landscapes have earned Nyang Nyang a spot on the list of must-visit places in Bali. This beach sees few visitors, so you can enjoy peace and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Suluban (Blue Point) Beach's main "highlight" is the numerous caves and rocky arches along its coastline, giving it a truly surreal landscape and making it very popular not only among surfing enthusiasts. The colorful coastal scenery is complemented by clear azure-emerald waters, lush green-covered dark rocks, and soft white sand with an unusual orange hue.

We'll conclude our journey at Uluwatu Temple - one of the true pearls of Bali. Located on the island's southern coast, this temple is imbued with the spirit of gods and goddesses, and its architecture astounds with majestic beauty. Uluwatu Temple is an important sanctuary dedicated to Dewa Baruna, the god of the sea and oceans. It also serves as the island's protector from evil spirits. With a history spanning hundreds of years, visiting it is an immersion into ancient Balinese culture. Perhaps most impressive at Uluwatu Temple, however, are the incredible sunsets. Perched high on a cliff above the ocean, it offers ideal conditions for watching mesmerizing sunsets.