Photo: Late light.

How to get to and from Lovina

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The Perama tourist shuttle bus operates from Perama Hotel on Jalan Singaraja-Seririt in Anturan (T: (0362) 41161). One daily bus to all southern tourist areas departs at 09:00. Fares are: Bedugul 75,000 rupiah; Ubud, Sanur and Kuta 125,000 rupiah; Padang Bai and Candi Dasa (via Ubud) 175,000 rupiah.

Departure times to Lovina are: Kuta 10:00, Sanur 10:30, Ubud 11:30 (all 125,000 rupiah); Candi Dasa 8:30, Padang Bai 09:00 (both via Ubud - 175,000 rupiah); Bedugul 13:00 (75,000 rupiah)

Ojeks and touts wait at Perama Hotel to offer their services to local hotels.

Singaraja, 10 kilometres west of Lovina, is the major transport hub of the north and services Amlapura in the east, Denpasar in the south, Gilimanuk in the west and all destinations in between.

Buses and bemos operate from Singaraja all day, but services become less frequent as the afternoon wears on.

There are three bus terminals in Singaraja:
Banyuasri Terminal on Jalan Jenderal Ahmad Yani, on the western side of town, serves western destinations: Lovina (30 minutes), Pemuteran, and Gilimanuk (3 hours), and Negara. Buses to destinations in Java also depart from here including to Surabuya, Yogyakarta and Jakarta. An all-inclusive ticket includes the ferry crossing between Bali and Java. In the evening, this terminal becomes a busy night market with many food stalls.

Penarukan Terminal on Jalan W.R. Supratman, in the east of town, serves eastern destinations: Amlapura (3 hours) and Denpasar (Batubulan) via Kintamani (4 hours).

Sukasada Terminal on Jalan Mayor Metra, in the north of town, services Denpasar (Ubang) via Bedugul (2 hours), passing Git Git Waterfall.

Regular bemo services connect the terminals.

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Getting around

Ojeks offer their services from just about every intersection in Kalibukbuk, or can be arranged via your hotel.
A reliable driver in the Lovina area is Made Balon (T: (0812) 360 1814). He can arrange transport and tours.

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