Kintamani volcano is one of the many tourist attraction available in Bali beside the second highest mountain in Bali after Mount Agung. With a height of about 1717 meters above sea level. In this Mount Batur tourist attraction, you can see craters, caldera and lakes.

The view of the volcano and the Kintamani lake has a cool and wet climate that is suitable for planting oranges, vegetables, and has a height of 1500 meters above sea level. Kintamani is a very unique and fascinating mountain attraction, with cool air conditions during the day and cool at night. This Bali tourist attraction is located in Batur Village.

Kintamani Volcano

Located in the highland village of Kintamani is one of the most popular destinations in Bali. You will have views of the active volcano Mount Batur and the beautiful lake. Surrounded by charming nature and there are six ancient villages around the crater of Lake Batur which are often contained by Bali Age Village – Kintamani Volcano and Lake Batur View tour

Location and the best way to get Kintamani Volcano

Kintamani Volcano is located in Batur Village, Kintamani District, Bangli Regency. Access to Mount Batur can be reached by using a car with a driver or motorcycle. If you come from Ngurah Rai Airport to get to Mount Batur, you will need around 2.5 hours. Get an easy way to reach this location with the Kintamani Volcano tour package that is combined by visiting several other points of interest in the same direction.
Kintamani Volcano
Kintamani Volcano, also known as Mount Batur, is an active volcano in Bali, Indonesia. The volcano sits at the center of two concentric calderas, large calderas formed by previous eruptions. The first and second craters are thought to have been formed by two major eruptions approximately 29,300 and 20,150 years ago. The volcano has been regularly active since then, with Batur’s first recorded eruption occurring in 1804. The most destructive eruption occurred in 1926, when hot lava flows destroyed the villages of Batur and Ulun. Despite high volcanic activity, there has not been an eruption since 2000.