BALI – Elephant Cave, Gunung Kawi & Tegenungan Waterfall

Goa Gajah Temple

Our  second  day in Bali we started with a big trip. First stop at the Elephant cave (“Goa Gajah Temple”), which is located in the village Bedulu and was the center of ancient kingdom. Entering any Hindu temple requires both men and women to cover their legs below the knee by using a sarong. Sarongs are included in the ticket price at most temples or you can buy your own by a local salesman. Not far away there is another spectacular temple – Gunung Kawi. I was overwhelmed by his giant size and all the details and the beautiful nature all around. But it was not only relaxing and doing all the sightseeing stuff – it was also hard work! 350 steps up and down in this tropical weather… 😀 But it’s totally worth it! There is so much history in these places, the atmosphere, the beauty all around… I will never forget the moment when I stood in front of Gunung Kawi and felt immediately so blessed and full of power and happiness. Our next stop was “Tegenungan” waterfall which was very refreshing and for me, a huge experience because this was the first time I’ve ever seen a waterfall like this in front of me. For lunch we went to a restaurant on a mountain with a breathtaking view to the volcano “Batur”. Make sure you don’t miss all these adventures when you travel to Bali!

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1 Comment on BALI – Elephant Cave, Gunung Kawi & Tegenungan Waterfall

  1. John
    27th March 2016 at 12:56 am (3 years ago)

    Surreal experience.! Ty Amazonko jedna 😉

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