Things to do
Mason Adventures Bali (also known as Bali Adventure Tours) is the island’s critically acclaimed and longest-established (est.1989) adventure tour operator. All of our products feature unrivaled, world class interactions, facilities and services to bring you Bali’s only complete ‘5-Star’ adventure experiences. We’re a family run business that owns and operates all of our tours and services, including our very own fleet of GPS-controlled buses that ties it all together. All tour guests are also covered by our exclusive free Helicopter Medivac Service in the case of any serious emergency.
Bali Safari Marine Park
Home to over a thousand amazing animals - Bali Safari Park is your destination for an adventurous, fun, educational experience.
Our park is home to animals representing more than 100 species, including rare & endangered species - the Komodo Dragon, Orangutan and the Bali Mynah bird.
Bali Safari Park is at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia. We are actively involved in ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species.
Ubud Monkey Forest
Ubud Monkey Forest, also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, is one of Ubud’s most popular attractions; a natural forest sanctuary that is home to a horde of grey long-tailed macaques. The site is well preserved thanks to a community-based management program. The forest is also conveniently positioned near Ubud Town Centre, and within easy walking distance from guesthouses and resorts along the main roads of Jalan Hanoman and the namesake Jalan Monkey Forest.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace
Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali situated in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud Bali featured by the amazing rice terrace set the cliff. Tegalalang Village is located on 600 m above sea levels covered by good temperature where most of the villagers as a farmer.
The Neka Art Museum was opened in 1982 and is named after a Balinese teacher Suteja Neka who collected paintings as a means of artistic documentation. Nowadays the museum has a great selection of works from many famous Balinese artists and expats who have lived here and influenced local artists.
Goa Gajah Temple
Goa Gajah’s name is slightly misleading, lending the impression that it’s a gigantic dwelling full of elephants. Nevertheless, Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological site of significant historical value that makes it a special place to visit. Located on the cool western edge of Bedulu Village, six kilometres out of central Ubud, you do not need more than an hour to descend to its relic-filled courtyard and view the rock-wall carvings, a central meditational cave, bathing pools and fountains.