Mount Batur is one of the most popular and popular tourist destinations in the northeast of Bali and has picturesque nature. Six ancient villages and the main attraction, the enchanting Lake Batur, are located next to an active volcano. The villages of Penelokan, Toya Bungkah, Baturi, Kedisani, Abung, Songan and Kintaman symbolize timeless beauty as they surround the lake’s cauldron
The locals are dedicated to the traditions of their ancestors, passed down from generation to generation. However, their way of life is being adapted from the effects of the Baturi eruption monitoring system, which has been angry more than 24 times since the 1800s. Several villages in the Kintaman area, including the old villages of Balila-Agai, which surround Lake Batur.
Lake Batur provides most of Bali’s irrigation water and is also a local breeding ground for freshwater fish. The fertile Kintaman region is Bali’s largest producer of fruits and vegetables. This high altitude is about 400 meters above sea level, with cool weather during the day and cold at night. this is one of Bali’s adrenaline-pumping adventure sports that must be included in the itinerary