Volcano and Mountain Tours
Visiting Tejakula opens the pathway to Mount Batur. It is a special tour for so many reasons, but above all the experience is breath taking. The first historically documented eruption of Batur was in 1804, and it has been frequently active since then. The substantial lava field from the 1968 eruption is visible today when viewed from Kintamani, a town that straddles the southwest ridge of the greater caldera.
The caldera is populated and includes the four main villages of Kedisan, Songan, Trunyan and Toya Bungkah. The locals largely rely on agriculture for income and tourism has become increasingly popular due to the relatively straightforward trek to the summit of the central crater.
The volcano lake, Danau Batur is the largest crater lake on the island of Bali and is famous as a source of fresh fish. Many guests also enjoy a visit to the Hot Springs on the lakeside as well.