Bedugul is a region of highlands including a volcanic mountain resort area with three major crater lakes located in the west central part of Bali between Denpasar in the south and Singaraja in the north. The weather in this region is mild and fresh with an average temperature of 18 Celsius and approximate elevation of around 1,100 to 1,500 meters above sea level. The hotels in Bedugul are reasonably priced and offer access to great activities such as watersports, trekking, waterfalls and even golfing.
This place contains great natural beauty and extraordinary views and is home to the famous, iconic water temple Ulun Danu as well as the largest botanical gardens in all of Indonesia. Somewhat of a mountain oasis in Bali, the climate is perfect for growing many types of orchids, roses, strawberries, vegetables, medicinal plants and much more. Bedugul is approximately 50kms north of Denpasar and around two and one half hours from the international airport.