ECOTOURISM IN BALI
In this section of Tri Hita Karana Products, you will find ecotourism activities that give the opportunity to tourist to visit and at the same time help to preserve the environment and culture of Bali, supporting the communities where the activity is being held. The aim is to promote sustainable tourism in Bali that is environmentally friendly, socially responsible and culturally acceptable.
We highlight the importance of taking into account the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (by the World Committee on Tourism Ethics) witch state the importance of “minimizing the negative impact of tourism on environment and on cultural heritage while maximizing the benefits of tourism in promoting sustainable development and poverty alleviation, as well as understanding among nations”.
We invite you to read about the Ecotourism activities we currently promote. If you are interested in promoting an Ecotourism activity held in Bali, please contact us.
Name: NATURE HERB WALK – UBUD
Offered by: Bali Green Walks
Description: For centuries the Balinese have used various kinds of plants and herbs for therapy, improving health and with medical purposes.Your guide will show a number of plants used in Bali traditional medicine and their culture of cooking. He will also show you how to learn to identify this magical plant by sight, smell and taste (read more…)
Name: NATURE HERB WALK- JATILUWIH
Offered by: Bali Green Walks.
Description: Jatiluwih is the largest rice field in Bali that is certified by UNESCO as organic rice fields (World Heritage). It is also famous with farmer organizations which are called “subak” especially in water irrigation systems. The subak make sure that the water channels are well maintained (read more…)
Name: JALAN MELALI. A Journey to Purification.
Offered by: Jalan Melali.
Description: Discover the natural beauty of “Sebatu Village” with Jalan Melali, a community business. We begin our adventurous trek from our home base and walk through the rice fields with the stunning views of Agung and Abang mountains. On the way, we have some stopping points such as a rice field temple and a hut for sheltering farmers (read more…)