Last week we were happy to introduce in our Tours’ Catalog a new interesting excursion which is definitively “off the beaten tracks”. Take a look: you leave Dajuma around 9 a.m. in the direction of Gilimanuk, the extreme western tip of the Bali national park which is also the port of embarkation for Java. After an hour’s drive, you discover a small cove bordering the Gilimanuk mangroves where a traditional fishing boat awaits you for a trip of about 2 hours. You learn how mangrove trees can survive in salt water, and how the mangrove is also a paradise for birds. Then you are invited to snorkel above untouched corals. It will bent be time to return to the starting point where a seafood lunch prepared by the local waurung awaits you. On the way back to Dajuma you will be offered several stops: visit the famous starling bird endemic to Bali, very rare, and another in Negara at the weaving museum.