Retrace the steps of women in Muntigunung, an arid region of northeastern Bali, who for centuries have walked over 3 km daily up a steep ravine to gather and carry water back to their villages. In the early morning, the trek will take you up a ridge with views of Mt. Agung and the Bali Sea. From there, follow your guide back to her village, where a new project, the Muntigunung Community Social Enterprise, is underway. Learn about how water-catchment buildings have helped empower the women and enable them to provide for their families.