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 the gorgeous landscape from above and below. The mountain sits 1386 metres above sea level.
Mount Merbuk, West Bali National Park Hiking & Trekking Tours Cost
It is expected that visitors keen to trek up Mount Merbuk 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.
It is advisable only do the hike in the early hours of the morning as temperatures rise significantly through the day. So hiking at sunrise makes not just for a beautiful visual experience, it will also be far more comfortable with temperatures in the low 20 degrees Celsius.
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).