Even though Bali is more famous for its beach, it also has something more challenging to offer for those adrenaline junkies. An active 3,031 masl holy volcano with Pura Besakih, Bali’s most sacred temple, as its entrance gate, is believed to be the home of the Gods. There are 19 more temples, which are still used for daily offerings and on important religious ceremonies, spreaded across the trek to the summit, which says a lot about its incredible spiritual significance for the Balinese. From the top you can gaze at the entire island of Bali, as well as the incredible view the neighboring islands of Lombok and Nusa Penida. Close to Mt. Agung, Telaga Waja river offers a calming sight of pure nature life and luscious green plantation, but once you get in the clear white water it will take you for a ride of your lifetime with its class III-IV rapids as it is proclaimed to be the longest and wildest rafting trip in Bali.