Even though Bali is more famous for its beach, it also has something more challenging to offer for those adrenaline junkies. An active 1,717 masl volcano that draws hikers in with both beauty and promise of adventure, Mt. Batur is set in the heart of a huge 14km in diameter crater in the mountainous region of Kintamani. A short hike to the summit for reasonably fit hikers, at the top you will be able to see a stunning sunrise and the lovely view of Bali, while enjoying breakfast cooked naturally in the steaming hot fumes escaping from the earths interior. Not far from Kintamani, Ayung river provides a leisure rafting trip that combines the thrill of an adventure and spectacular scenic landscape. You will experience class II-III rapids surrounded with cascading waterfalls in deep valleys, towering prehistoric cliffs, and brightly decorated Hindu shrines as you cruise through some of Bali’s most appealing landscape.