Trekking & Canoeing in the exotic Tamblingan Lake

See the highlights of adventure Bali. Tamblingan Lake is situated high in between the mountains of Munduk. Still untouched and maintained by locals, the lake and its surrounding area are an ideal way to have an afternoon away from the Bali crowds.

The entrance to Tamblingan Lake leads through a forest and pops out directly in front of the temple – Pura Ulun Danu Tamblingan. Accessible to tourists, and still actively used by the local communities, it is one of the most scenic temples in Bali to visit at any time of the day. However, if you’re a keen photographer, go early before sunrise.

The twin lakes of Danau Tamblingan and Danau Buyan along with their more famous sibling, Danau Bratan, sit within the caldera of the extinct Bedugul volcano. Danau Tamblingan, the smallest of the three, offers some terrific trekking, canoeing and camping possibilities. Danau Tamblingan is considered to have spiritual significance and healing abilities in local mythology and the area is home to several temples.

Enjoy the fresh air around Lake Tamblingan while paddling with traditional dugout canoe, which are made up of two outriggers attached to each other, so all you have to do is float along and take in your surroundings. The trip takes you past the lake’s forested edges and right by Pura Hulun Danu Tamblingan, a beautiful temple that sits on the water

The crossing of the sacred Tamblingan Lake by the dugout canoe is an unforgettable experience. The peaceful sounds of the jungle and lake merging together as you paddle the canoe across the still waters of Tamblingan Lake is truly refreshing.

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