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Mount Patas

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, reaches 1412 meters above sea level, making it the highest peak on the island.

Mount Patas , West Bali National Park, Hiking & Trekking Tour Guide Cost

Hiking on the mountain is quite popular with foreigners, and is a good place to start in discovering the island’s hidden treasures. The mountain is home to many bird species, making it an exciting location to go bird watching. Look out for the endangered Bali Startling. The mountain slopes are also home to many different plant species that create a lush landscape.

The entrance to the national park is located at Cekik, which is also the same location for the park’s headquarters. An admission fee is payable here. A permit to enter the park costs Rp 40,000 per person.

It is expected that visitors keen to trek up Mount Patas will hire a local guide for their personal safety. Fees for the official guides are between 200,000 – 350,000 Rp for a two hour hike. Make sure you bring your own food and water, as there is nothing available for sale once you enter the national park.

You can get to the park via car or motorbike from the northern coast road via Lovina (90 mins) or Pemuteran (15 mins). If travelling from the south, you can travel via Gilimanuk (about 15 minutes).

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