Favorite Village on the North of Bali

Good Morning, Today I would like to share my best experience during Holiday in Bali. Bali has the natural and the unique culture. Bali is famous by the kindly people and most of the nature are still good. One of the favorite thing you can enjoy it’s the traditional village. The experience and the feel to attract with local people are so happiness for us. Well, here is one of the best village you can visit and make a best experience in there. Enjoy it!

Pemuteran village is one of the beautiful villages in Bali and has many nature attractions. Pemuteran is located at the west coastal area of the Island of Bali or approximately 55 km west of Singaraja and 30 km from Gilimanuk. It lies between the cluster of hills and sea causing this village to have a very exotic panorama. Pemuteran Beach is a perfect tourist attraction for travelers favoring a quiet place and being away from the hustles and bustles.

Sea coral professionally maintained and turtle breeding project can also be encountered at this village. Although it has developed into a tourist attraction, the beach stays to show off its authenticity. Except that you can also enjoy the trekking here with jungle and traditional village trekking area. The trekking activities also you can enjoy bird watching in West Bali National Park The favorite activities is trekking spot here and the beautiful panorama of the beach. Here you can also doing snorkeling and diving. The beautiful underwater here are still good and natural. There are Coastal communities remain to use traditional equipment such as boats and nets to carry out their daily activities. At this village lies the Pemuteran Temple being famous for its hot springs. Meanwhile, many tourist facilities are also available ranging from budget hotels to five star hotels, restaurant and dive center can easily be found here.

Bio rock and Coral Reef right on the main beach is rare anywhere in the world. Here it is also free! Just make your way to the beach, hire your goggles and snorkel then enter the water at the marked locations along the beach. Do make sure you put on sunscreen or at least a t-shirt as you will be burned to a crisp within 30 minutes. The reef and bio rock is extensive so you can easily spend a day here. There are no touts or other hassles at all. It is very Wheelchair friendly too.

Just a couple of kilometers east from Pemuteran is a Monkey Templeright beside the road. The dozens of monkeys here are better behaved than those in Ubud. They make a great photo opportunity, particularly with the ocean and beach background. Locals feed them fruit but its not a good idea to put down your bag or leave windows open in parked cars.

Early morning dolphin watching boat trips can be arranged through any hotel. By no means guaranteed, but you have a decent chance of finding a pod here.

The beaches are especially nice in this area and consist of a particularly fine grained black sand. Menjangan Island and West Bali National Park are easily reached from here. The Menjangan Island boats depart from Labuhan Lalang which is a 15 minute ride west from Pemuteran. Obligatory permits can be purchased from the national park office at the back of the Labuhan Lalang car park and you can also arrange a guide here. It is quite common for groups of visitors to congregate in this car park and join together to charter a boat. Most local hotels will make any arrangements you need for activities related to the national park.

Proyek Penyu (turtle project) is a turtle breeding and release program run by one of the dive operators in co-operation with local villagers. Very much worth a visit and certainly worth your support to develop this project here.

The area around Pulaki village just east of Pemuteran is full of vineyards and is the centre of the grape growing industry in Bali.

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