Bali’s Local Spiritual Healers and Fortune Teller Tour
If you have persistent physical ailments or life questions you wish to ask, see Bali’s respected healers and palm readers for a fully private consultation. Combine this life-changing experience with a visit to Holy Springs Water for a purification ritual.
Bali’s traditional healers, know as Balians, dukun or shamans, have been in the international spotlight since the book and movie Eat Pray Love became a worldwide sensation.These traditional healers play an important role in Bali’s culture by treating physical and mental illness, removing spells and channeling information from the ancestors.
While there are many who claim to be healers, we Balinese know who are legitimate and who are not. Depending on what you would like to get advice or direction on, we can bring you to see this healers or fortune tellers:
Ketut Liyer – a Balinese medicine man, artist and palmist who was featured in Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat Pray Love”.
Cok Rai a Balinese medicine man since 1971 who is famous for curing physical and non physical illness, stress, depression-related issues, chronic back and knee problems, headaches, cancer, and many other maladies
About This Tour
Professional Tour Guide
Comfortable Vehicle Cold A/C
Petrol & Parking Fees
Donations for fortune tellers
Lunch Balinese food
Admission ticket entrance
Guide & Driver Service Tip
Any Private Expenses
Bottled Mineral Water
Proper Dress for Temple
What to Expect
Traditional Healing / Palm Reading & Spiritual Cleansing tour it is recommended for those who would like to experience the purification ritual of the Balinese
Visit a healer for advice on physical ailments
Receive guidance from a gifted fortune teller
Develop Self Confidences
Consulting Career Problems
Finding Solution For Family Problems
Join the locals at a holy spring water temple for a purification ceremony
Experience a day of spirituality, meaning and deep conversation
08.30 Pick up from Hotel
You will be greet by the tour guide at Hotel lobby
09.30 Visit to healer OR palm reader in Ubud – you allowed to ask him all the questions in your head to him
11.30 Visit to Goa Gajah Temple (‘Elephant cave’ temple built in the 9th century)
Going 2km southeast of Ubud on the road to Bedulu village, There is an old 13th century temple named Goa Gajah which is carved into a rock face and you enter through the cavernous mouth of a demon. Inside the T-shaped cave you can see fragmentary remains of the Lingga Siva, the phallic symbol of the Hindu god Shiva, and its female counterpart the yoni, plus a statue of Shiva’s son, the elephant-headed god Ganesha.
14.00 Lunch in Ubud – we can discuss meal options when we meet you
There are many options of food in Ubud such as Pork barbecue, Crispy duck, Steam chicken, Sate, Nasi Goreng, Veg-Non Veg, and Organic food.
15.30 Visit Tirta Empul (one of our beautiful holy spring water temples) for spiritual cleansing ritual
Tirta Empul temple (Indonesian: Pura Tirta Empul) is a Hindu Balinese water temple located near the town of Tampaksiring, Bali, Indonesia. The temple compound consists of a petirtaan or bathing structure, famous for its holy spring water, where Balinese Hindus go to for ritual purification. The temple pond has a spring which gives out fresh water regularly, which Balinese Hindus consider to be holy or amritha.Tirta Empul means Holy Spring in Balinese.
16.00 Arrive at your hotel
Safely arrive at Hotel