Maya Cave Eco Bayan Trekking

Goa Maya Cave is located in the west side of Petanu River in a small village called Bayad. The name "Goa" means cave and "Maya" means sacred, and it is the sacred Hindu Cave. During 11 A.D., there was a battle between the God Bhatara Indra against the evil spirit of Raja Mayadenawa in Tanah Pegat in the northern part of the Petanu River. God Bhatara Indra won the battle and got immortality from Bhatara Siwa. He then built the Goa Maya cave as a place for meditation.


Goa Maya Cave is located in the west side of Petanu River in a small village called Bayad. The name “Goa” means cave and “Maya” means sacred, and it is the sacred Hindu Cave. During 11 A.D., there was a battle between the God Bhatara Indra against the evil spirit of Raja Mayadenawa in Tanah Pegat in the northern part of the Petanu River. God Bhatara Indra won the battle and got immortality from Bhatara Siwa. He then built the Goa Maya cave as a place for meditation.

 

Bali Eco Trekking Center includes:

  • Over 6 km light hiking path’ through tropical forest with breathtaking views through the famous Petanu valley
  • A cozy reception hut where your tour guide supplies information on attractions you will see during your hiking and where natural fruit drinks will be served
  • The plant your own tree location where you can chose among Durian, Rambutan & Manggis
  • The Spice Center with more than 30 tropical spices
  • The Herb Center with more than 50 tropical herb species
  • The Pumpkin Garden with Balinese Bamboo Waterorgan
  • The sacred Hindu Cave Goa Maya
  • More than 50 fruit trees alongside the trekking path
  • A beautiful Waterfall
  • The natural Vanilla Garden
  • Genuine Balinese Rice paddies alongside the trekking path Rambutan Garden, a magnificent viewpoint for resting and taking pictures
  • The tour-end location, from where you will be brought back to the starting point by a shuttle

The relaxing restaurant at the Trekking Center with shopping opportunities for fresh Fruits, Spices, Herbs and Souvenirs

A small selection of Tropical fruits, spices and medical herbs that can be seen at:

On the hiking path: In the Spice Garden: In the Herb Garden:
  • Cashew
  • Soursop
  • Custard Apple
  • Breadfruit
  • Jackfruit
  • Star Fruit
  • Noni Fruit
  • Mahkota Dewa
  • Clove
  • Lemon Grass
  • Chilli
  • Nutmeg
  • Petroleum Plant
  • Curcuma
  • White Ginger
  • Blackface General
  • Soapberry
  • Lavender



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Trekking Tour includes:

* Lunch snacks

* cold towel & mineral water

* your tour guide

* transportation from your Hotel with air- conditioned mini-bus.

Morning ——————————–afternoon

Jimbaran                             08.00 – 08.30 ———————–   12.00 – 12.30

Kuta                                       08.30 – 09.00 ————————  12.30 – 13.00

Legian                                  08.30 – 09.00  ————————- 12.30 – 13.00

Sanur                                   08.30 – 09.00 ————————– 12.30- 13.00

Ubud                                     09.00 – 09.3—————————- 13.00 – 13.30


What to bring :
sport wear / shoes / hat or sunscreen and insect repellent.


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