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In her 2006 memoir, Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert recounts her soul-searching journey after a divorce. She learns about pleasure while dining across Italy and explores devotion while meditating in India, but she learns how to balance these two qualities in Bali, where she ends up falling in love. An island with steep mountain slopes and rich, sanctified culture, Bali is the focus of Spirit Quest Tours‘ seven-day themed excursion inspired by Gilbert's journeys. Along the way, sojourners will stay at Pertiwi Resort—which is located right down the street from where Gilbert stayed—and they’ll meet her Balinese healers, Ketut and Wayan. Spirit Quests Tours' co-founder and experienced Bali traveler, American-born Halle Eavelyn, leads travelers accompanied by a local guide to all destinations in Bali.Days 1–2: After arriving in Ubud—one of Bali's major art and culture centers—visitors can unwind and dine at the resort's garden restaurant, which serves macrobiotic Pan-Asian fare. In the morning, everyone will get a chance to meet fellow travelers and discuss what they love about Gilbert's book in a post-breakfast orientation. Then it's off to learn Balinese praying rituals and enjoy a spa day, in which skilled specialists perform massages and facials using locally blended aromatherapy oils.Days 3–4: Early meditation and yoga sessions begin each day of the trip, which will also be interspersed with excerpt readings from Eat, Pray, Love and optional debates about Gilbert’s favorite pronoun. On this leg, the trek bounds from Ubud's outdoor markets into Ubud Monkey Forest, a sanctuary where humans coexist with nearly 350 Balinese long-tailed macaques. Temples surround the forest, but even the trees are considered sacred here—some of them are used exclusively for making ritual masks or building shrines. Along the way, groups will join shaman Wayan for a vitamin lunch and later enjoy a private buffet amid rice paddies in the small Gulgingan village.Days 5–6: During the last leg of the journey, visitors can barter with local artisans for handcrafted jewelry, art, and wood carvings. Everyone has the option of getting their palm read by Ketut Liyer, the friendly healer who spent many days with Gilbert during her travels. Later, Balinese guides lead the group to Tirta Empul, a sacred site more than 1,000 years old. It’s said that the 13 holy springs here have curative powers. To celebrate the last night in Bali and the invention of Gutenberg's printing press, guests will then join a torch-lit, farewell dinner of fresh seafood with a backdrop of live music and dancing.Day 7: Visitors are free to spend the last day shopping in Ubud or relaxing in the resort's spa before a private transfer whisks them to the airport with plenty of time to catch their flights.Please check the itinerary and details pages for more information about the tour.

848 South Rainbow Boulevard
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Grand-Adventures.com specializes in fully guided, small group walking tours. Group sizes are ten or less, includes a McDonald's breakfast, picnic lunch, and photo stops at Route 66 and Hoover Dam.

5940 South Rainbow Boulevard
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Established: 2011

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Brands Used: Trikke

Pro Tip: Please wear flat shoes and sunglasses. May want to consider sunscreen or bringing a hat.

Handicap Accessible: No

Parking: Metered street parking

Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Electric Trikke Art Tour

Recommended Age Group: Adults

Q&A with Ann of Trikke Las Vegas

What special training do you or your staff have?

We provide a 10-minute orientation on the electric Trikkes before beginning the tour.

As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected?

Our staff are Certified Trikke Trainers and are completely versed with Trikke Carving Vehicles.

What is the experience customers can expect, and how do you make it special?

They will see a whole new side of downtown Las Vegas. We'll show them what's happening?not what happened.

707 E Fremont St, Suite1130
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Nosh Las Vegas's signature food tours showcase the restaurants on the grounds of Caesar's Palace, an iconic hotel located on the similarly iconic Strip. Up to seven restaurants dot the tour route and often include hotspots such as Gordon Ramsay's Pub and Grill and Beijing Noodle #9, where the culinary team makes noodles by hand. Throughout the tour, guides narrate the action and share historical tidbits like this one: Caesar's Palace was founded by a cabana motel owner, who thought the name would evoke Caesar's lavish reign during the Roman empire, rather than his less-than-lavish wardrobe of bed sheet togas.

PO Box 24568
Las Vegas,
NV
US

Adding an element of whimsy to downtown pub crawls, Vegas Pub Crawler takes parties to the city's top bars on a group-peddled bike. Facing each other across two bars, groups power their movement through the peddles at their feet as a trained driver captains them to a custom itinerary of bars, each offering their own drink and food specials. An onboard sound system allows riders to pump their own tunes or create eerie zones of silence with the opposite waveform of a noisy crowd. Peddlers are welcome to tote along snacks and non-alcoholic beverages to keep bodies fueled while powered their nightly transport.

201 North 3rd Street
Las Vegas,
NV
US

You shouldn't have to work hard to play hard. MaxVegas Club Crawls makes letting loose a logistical breeze, shuttling groups to four different clubs throughout Las Vegas in the comfort and carousal of a limo or party bus. Each ride includes a fully stocked bar to keep the fun going between the clubs, which rotate daily from Thursday?Sunday. At each destination, passengers receive free entry to the club without having to wait in line and beat the bouncer in a game of chess before being able to pass.

7120 Rafael Ridge Way
Las Vegas,
NV
US