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Bali Driver and Car Hire

Bali has lots of hidden gems still to be discovered, and exploring Bali by car is the best way to uncover them in a short amount of time. Hire a driver for a day, or two, or however long you like! It's entirely flexible - you can either let them know where you would like to explore or ask them to show you around. They can take you to the best local markets, the untouched beaches, the warungs, and even find hidden Babi Guling restaurants.


Our drivers will pick you up anywhere in Bali. If you are outside of Denpasar/Ubud/Canggu/Nusa Dua/Sanur, extra charges may apply. If you have any doubts about your location, contact us and we will get you the best-suited driver and rate.

There's no wrong time to see Bali with a car and driver. Any time of year is good! Even if it rains, it's never for too long.

The difference will be between a small car with 4 passengers max and vans which can accommodate up to 10 passengers.

You can go anywhere you want to go, and custom design your road trip.

If you would like some suggestions, a couple of the great routes you can take are:

East Bali Route:
-Lempuyang temple - one of the most sacred and ancient Hindu temples lies on the foothills of Mount Lempuyang, about 600 meters above sea level. Recently it has become well known for its iconic gates (Gateway to Heaven) thanks to Instagram.

-Tirta Gangga Water Palace - the literal meaning of 'Titra Gangga' is 'water of the Ganges', the most sacred river for the Hindus. This place is an amazing maze of pools and fountains surrounded by beautiful gardens and ornately carved statues.

-Tukad Cepung Waterfall - this one takes a bit of a journey to get there, wading through a knee-deep river and brave a cave-like environment. But once you get there, it won't disappoint you. If you are lucky to see the sun rays emerge through the canopy, it will make the path to get there worth it.

-Tirta Empul Temple - one of the holiest temples in Bali is dedicated to Vishnu, the god of water. It is still actively used by the Balinese for many rituals and celebrations. It is well known for the holy water spring that worshippers bath in the bathing structure part of the temple.

-Gunung Kawi Temple - this 11th-century temple is perhaps one of the most unique ones with its massive 7 meter high sheltered niches carved out of a cliff face.

Bedugul Route:
-Monkey Forest Sanctuary - home to some 800 long-tailed macaque monkeys, the forest also houses a few Hindu temples that are worth a visit.

-Taman Ayun Temple - another iconic garden and temple complex. Perhaps the most memorable part is the lotus-filled pools that surround the temple.

-Tegalalang rice terrace - a trip to Bali is not complete without a view of these emerald green, perfectly manicured rice terraces

-Ulun Danu Temple - located on the shore of Lake Bratan, the temple appears as if it is floating in the lake, and in the mountains of near Bedugul, this is a major Shaivite water temple.

-Tanah Lot Temple - the name means "land in the sea". In fact, the temple does look as if it is floating away in the sea - perched on a cliff rock off the shore of south Bali.

Make sure to bring some cash with you for entrance fees and donations to the temples. Most won't require you to pay, but a donation of about IDR 20-50K is appropriate. For a day of driving around to temples, make sure to have at least IDR 200K of extra change. If you are buying lunch and refreshments, you will definitely want to have extra.