Vista of a rumbling Bali volcano
Tailored to your desires
A new aerial adventure takes guests directly over an active volcano on the idyllic island of Bali.
Visitors have been hiking up Mount Batur for years to get a sunrise view over the volcanoes in the Kintamani district. Now, guests can get an unobstructed aerial view of 1,717-metres-high Batur and the surrounding rugged terrain in the north-eastern region of the island. The flight will also provide an exceptional panorama of 7.5-km-wide Lake Batur and Mount Agung, the highest point on Bali at 3,031 metres.
Besides towering elevations, this is also a flight of geographical contrasts, with an elevated view of lakes, emerald-green rice fields cascading down hillsides, temples and the Indian Ocean. Fresh perspectives of the ‘island of gods’ are presented from a helicopter that can accommodate five passengers.