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A wonderful trek will take you to the traditional hillside Bali Aga villages of Pedawa and Sidatapa, where they still make sugar in the traditional way and you can admire their bamboo structures or stroll through clove and coffee plantations. For the more adventurous, is the 1,860m (6,102-ft.) peak of Mount Lesong, reached in 8 hours. Depending on your route, you may take in the caldera Lubang Nagaloka, which translates as "Dragon's Hideout." If you are not into overly stretching your legs, go in search of the infamous Luwak coffee, made from beans that have been digested and secreted by the civet. A few plantations in the area produce their own. You will need to ask around as there are no guarantees of the rodent's appearance and it all depends on the quality of the ripe beans. All hotels and villas in the area can organize the necessary guide to take you around.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.