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Mount Batur

Mount Batur is a prominent mountain in Bali, revered by the locals because it is believed to be sacred. The mountain is located in Batur Village, Kintamani...

Mount Batur

Phillip Island Mountains

As a country that sits in a very volcanic area, Bali has a number of towering mountains all over the island.

For those looking for an outdoor adventure, there are plenty of hiking, cycling and ATV tours available on many of the mountains in Bali.

Bali Mountains & Volcanoes – Sunrise Hiking Tours of Agung & Batur


Mount Batur is a prominent mountain in Bali, revered by the locals because it is believed to be sacred. The mountain is located in Batur Village, Kintamani. With its highest point at 1717 meters above sea level, the mountain is often climbed by those wanting to challenge themselves to an early morning hike.

Mount Agung is believed to be the home of god and is one of the most popular adventure activities for visitors to Bali who love the outdoors. As Bali’s highest point, the mountain stands at 3142 meters above sea level, offering adventurous visitors the opportunity to conquer it in an challenging mountain trek. Typically, a trek up Mount Agung takes about 4 hours for visitors starting out at the Pasar Agung temple. For those wanting a harder challenge, you can start at Besakih Temple from where it will take around 7 hours to climb to the top. Since Mount Agung is much more difficult, it is far less touristy than Mount Batur.

Mount Sangeang gained prominence following an eruption in 2014. With the mountain spewing volcanic ash and debris, tourists found themselves stranded as all flights were cancelled. There are many active volcanoes still on Bali, but this makes for a unique outdoor adventure for those who want to get up close to these amazing natural attractions.


Mount Batur

Mount Batur

South Batur, Kintamani

Mount Batur is a prominent mountain in Bali, revered by the locals because it is believed to be sacred. The mountain is located in Batur Village, Kintamani. With its highest point at 1717 meters above sea level, the...

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Mount Agung

Besakih, Rendang

Mount Agung is believed to be the home of god and is one of the most popular adventure activities for visitors to Bali who love the outdoors. As Bali’s highest point, the mountain stands at 3142 meters above sea level...

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Mount Merbuk

Mount Merbuk

Jembrana, Jembrana

Mount Merbuk is one of the many mountains in Bali where visitors can go hiking and is also part of the West Bali National Park. The mountain’s proximity to the National Park offers visitors a great opportunity to view...

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Mount Kelatakan

Mount Kelatakan

Melaya, Jembrana

Mount Kelatakan is tucked away in Bali’s beautiful landscape, giving visitors an opportunity to embrace and explore the island’s charming countryside. Some travellers come to Mount Kelataken to hike, so visitors should...

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Mount Patas

Mount Patas

Gerokgak, Buleleng

Mount Patas is one of the three mountains that constitute the mountain ranges located inside the West Bali National Park in the western region of Bali. The mountain, also known as Gunung Patas in the local dialect...

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Mount Prapat Agung

Mount Prapat Agung

Sumber Klampok, Gerokgak

Mount Prapat Agung, also known as Gunung Prapat Agung, is a small mountain in Bali which sits at just 322 metres above sea level. The mountain is located on the peninsula in the north west region of Bali and is part of...

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Mount Seraya

Mount Seraya

Abang, Karangasem

Mount Seraya is a volcano which is located on the upper east coast of Bali and is surrounded by lush, unspoiled vegetation. The volcanic rocks create a rugged terrain that challenges even the most experienced hikers and...

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