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Bali / Sightseeing Tours / The Ocean Road: Jimbaran, Uluwatu...

Overview: Balangan Beach - Tanah Lot - Uluwatu - Jimbaran Fish Market.
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Let’s make it crystal clear:

Included

- Private driver and air-conditioned vehicle.
- Petrol and toll (for the motorway if the trip starts from Nusa Dua or Jimbaran) expenses. Parking fees at the different steps of the tour.
- Pick-up at 9:00 (8:30 if starting from Ubud / Mengwi / Sukawati) at the given address and drop-off at the same place at the end of the tour (drop-off time may vary depending on weather or traffic conditions).
- Fresh water bottles and fresh towels made available for you.
- Lending of the sarongs to visit the temples.

Not Included

- Entrance tickets at the different steps of the tour (between IDR 20,000 and IDR 60,000 per site and per person).
- Personal expenses: services of an accredited guide, lunch, drinks…
- Your driver will not expect any tips, however, if you did appreciate his services and if you wish to reward him with something, do not hesitate to do so.

Things to keep in mind

- Your driver may have to change the original order of visits depending on traffic conditions.
- In major tourist attractions, accredited guides generally offer their services at the entrance for an extra fee, so your driver is not allowed to accompany you and will be waiting near the exit.
- Visit durations are given for information purposes only and should allow you to visit all the stops in one day. However, you remain free to stay longer at some places or skip some others.
- If you wish to stop for some pictures along the way, do not hesitate to ask your driver.
- Your driver’s vehicle represents his only source of income: thank you for taking good care of it.
- To visit the temples, you should plan for adequate clothing. Your driver will lend you a sarong to cover your legs. Make sure to bring opaque clothing that covers your breast and your shoulders.
- Make sure to bring closed shoes (for the fish market), a swimsuit, a towel, spare clothing, sunscreen and a hat.
- Caution: a monkey colony is living around Uluwatu so you will need to watch your belongings carefully and take precautionary measures.
- You will be free to have lunch in the immediate vicinity of the visited sites. Your driver can also recommend you some addresses if needed.