In this place you can meet with a flock of birds Kokokan, observe their behavior, and heard the booms. You too can enjoy the beauty of the expanse of paddy fields in the village of Petulu. Events like this will be able to keep your mind a break from the bustle of work.
To reach this location is quite convenient. You can pass the path Ubud-Kintamani using Bali Tour service. When we got there, you should slow down the vehicle, because the birds Kokokan sometimes passing in the middle of the road.
In this place there are the two best spots for bird watching Kokokan, which is at the Balai Banjar Petulu Gunung and in the northern part of ticket purchase. The view presented in these two spots are different.
From Balai Banjar Petulu Gunung you can enjoy the scenery of rice fields, while in the northern part will look Petulu Village housing the shade of a tree. The best time for bird watching Kokokan is in the afternoon, around 17:00 to 18:00. At this hour, the parent birds Kokokan will return to the nest to feed their young.
During the day, the mother will wander in search of food, so all that remains is a young bird. For the people of Banjar Petulu Gunung, Kokokan already like part of their family. Although often dirt littering the streets, but residents there are no objections. Residents were always letting the trees grow tall in front of the house in order
Kokokan have a place to make a nest. Trees will be felled only if considered dangerous. Residents of Banjar Petulu Gunung indeed create artificial forest for Kokokan birds.
Located not far from their nests are present. But it seems they do not want to move there. Aside from being a Kokokan bird habitat, Petulu Village Ubud Bali is home artisans wooden frames. The results of this craft also been marketed to the outside of Bali.

Bali has a variety of attractions. Ranging from topnotch, such as beaches, mountains to the traditional life of the people. About the sea and the mountain in Bali, tourists would have been no need to be described.
But what about the traditional travel? In physical terms, Bali does have its own characteristic traditional customs. One of them is the houses with architecture and model of rocks with a thick temples, places of worship of Hindus in Bali. Unfortunately, not many know how typical Balinese settlement.
Luckily, there is now a tourist spot especially for introducing the typical traditional life of the Balinese. Tourist attraction was named Rumah Desa (village house) is located in the village of Marga, Tabanan, Bali. It took about 50 minutes to reach the location from Ngurah Rai International Airport or you can use Bali tour service.
Rumah Desa presents interesting. Upon entering the place, visitors will be invited to return to past Bali settlements. Visitors will be treated to a welcome drink in the form of ginger mixed roselle. After that will be invited to make cymbals and traditional medicine.

Dozens skipper catamarans Central Lovina Beach, Singaraja has been preparing the jukung (traditional boat) to deliver dozens of tourists who had gathered at the Dolphin statue to witness the dolphin since 5:00 pm. One jukung boats can drive two to six tourists watched the dolphins in the open sea. From the top of the jukung travelers can enjoy the dolphins from two to three hours on the high seas. The tourists have deliberately set since early morning because common dolphins herd crossed the coast during the morning.

At the same time they can enjoy the beauty of the sunrise on top of the water. Adventure to meet a herd of dolphins can be said to be tricky. Need luck and patience to meet these mammals. If lucky, we’ve been able to see the dolphins after only traveling about 30 minutes. Occasional herd of dolphins will swim by appearing arising sunk on the high seas. Occasional Similarly, if lucky, we will see them jump while dancing on the water. The rare moments that are waiting for tourists.

From the top boats, they are carefully watched and shouted in excitement when encountered dolphins. Lovina tourist area which usually visited during Bali tour consists of six villages in Buleleng with many beaches were crossed by a herd of dolphins. The villages that include the Village Pemaron, Tukadmungga, Anturan, Kalibukbuk located in District Buleleng. Then there is also the village of Temukus and Kaliasem incoming Banjar District. Lovina is located about 72 kilomter (km) from Gilimanuk can be reached in about 1.5 hours. While distance Lovina by I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, Badung, about 102 km across Highway Bedugul or three hours away.