Menjangan Island

The number one thing to do in Pemuteran is to visit Menjangan Island which is part of West Bali National Park. Whether you want to go on a snorkeling trip or a diving adventure, this place is amazing! Menjangan is only a small island but it is surrounded by beautiful coral gardens and a great variety of marine life. Here you can spot beautiful and healthy corals, clown fish, sea horses, parrot fish, and lion fish. There are simply no limits to what you will find on a dive trip to Pemuteran.

Temple Tour

Aside from exploring under the sea, there are also three temples just outside of the town that are easily reached by bike and are all well worth visiting: Pura Pulaki, Pura Pabean, and Pura Melanting.

Ijen East Java Tour

Ijen Crater is the biggest Crater Lake in Java . the sulphur crater lake lies between natural dams of etched  rock . It is 200 meters deep and contains about 36 million cubic meters of steaming acid water, shrouded in a swirling sulphur cloud. Inside the crater many different colored stones are found, indeed the crater of Ijen is a beautiful garden of stone as well. The view of sulphur miners Who descend into the crater and climb back out carrying about 10kg of yellowish stone to sell before ascending the mountain yet again in search of  more . It is the natural picture than can be seen every day.

Jungle Trekking

In West Bali National Park, you can spend your morning hiking through forests and crossing rivers. Watching out for monkeys as you ascend and earn views across the park.

Coral Conservation Pemuteran Bay

Pemuteran has got the largest artificial Biorock reef project in the whole wide world, meant to restore the corals of the ocean – truly innovative and so very much needed in these modern times, this project is an amazing collaboration between dive operators, resorts, and the local community, working hard together to save the underwater paradise.

Batu Kursi

When spending holidays, making a visit to tourist attractions can become an option. It does not only kill time, but also eliminates fatigue after busyness with a myriad of activities. Among the many attractions, Batu Kursi (literally chair stone) may become an option that can be included in your itinerary. The hill is located in West Buleleng, precisely at Pemuteran village, Gerokgak, that offers two views at once, namely Mountain View and sea view.

Looking for this object is not difficult. Just come and cross the path of Seririt-Gilimanuk. Approximately, it is about 15 minutes’ drive from Pulaki Temple to the west. After getting down, the eyes will be instantly pampered by towering hills. To get to the temple, you are only charged with voluntary donation by local attendant.