Blissful Bali Tour Package
[7 Nights / 8 Days]
Bali | Ubud | Gili Island | Seminyak | Bali Departure
Bali is one of the most renowned and popular island destinations in the Indonesian archipelago. The warm hospitality of the island invites travelers from across the globe. The island of the gods pays homage to thousands of temples and centuries of history, culture, and spirituality. We have the best Bali holiday packages at the best price.
The stunning backdrops of towering volcanoes, luscious rice fields, sandy beaches, and pristine forests add to the sense of serenity, peace and a natural sense of calm. The island reconnects us to nature and all her beauty. The culture, music, dance and various art forms of the island pay homage and tribute to mother earth and her sense of power and poise.
For anybody who is looking to have fun, the island offers a wide range of adventure activities. Our Bali holiday package includes most of these. The rich marine life and biodiversity offer a unique scuba diving experience. The strong and consistent tides allow the opportunity for a unique surfing experience. The island also boasts a rich nightlife. A multitude of upscale bars and pubs hosts a variety of crowd, venues, and music.
The Indonesian archipelago consists of about 17,500 islands. Bali is one of the largest archipelagic countries out of the 33 provinces of the Republic of Indonesia. The Island is located between Lombok and Java and is sandwiched between the java sea up north and the Indian ocean down south.
The weather is hot and humid all year long but the humidity and downpours increase significantly during the rainy season. There is a steady onset of cool breezes during the dry seasons along the coastline which is typically from May to October. You will experience an inflow of a lot of tourists during this season. Take our Bali holiday package this season to enjoy your vacation.
The Indonesian rupiah is the currency of Bali which is represented as IDR. The unique color of each currency makes It easier for tourists to manage money. You will generally have easy access to ATM’s almost throughout the island, but be careful about card-skimming devices. You can also easily exchange currencies at the airport and banks but be careful about the exchange rates that are advertised versus what you will actually be charged.
Bali’s introduction to tourism began because of the multiple surfing spots that the island had offered. The island still continues to attract anyone who seeks the sun, sand, and tides. Whether you are new to surfing or have already hit the waves before, it is one of the most enjoyed activities on the island.
What’s more romantic than experiencing exquisite cuisines with your loved one on the deck of a boat overlooking the ocean and the setting sun? Bali offers a wide range of cruises along its multiple coastlines to match your landscape requirements.
This extreme sport that has gained popularity in recent times and is best experienced during the dry season when the winds are strong (May to October). The terrain best suited to try out this sport is along the eastern Bali coast.
A journey that begins at the foothills of the sacred Mount Agung, the Ayung river rapids take you through a rafting journey where you get to experience the forest and its wildlife inhabitants. A journey filled with adrenaline and excitement.
One of Bali’s premier water theme parks spread over an area of close to 4 hectares. It features around 17 different rides and slides that excites and invites people of all age groups.
The scenic views of Bali and its rich and diverse marine life and ecosystems are the perfect criteria for anyone who wants to experience sea walks.
Explore the uncharted terrains of Bali and its jungle tracks on buggies and ATVs. These off-roaders allow you to navigate through the unforgiving terrain with ease and access the inhabited parts of the island.
cycling is a very popular activity in Bali simply because of the terrain. You can cycle up and down volcanic terrains, ancient temples, plantations and so much more. It is one of the best ways to explore Bali.
Situated 20 km northwest of Kuta, Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most popular and well-known temples in Bali because of its scenic setting amongst rocky terrain and crashing waves. Tourists flock to this place every evening to watch the sunset against the backdrop of the temple. Foreigners aren’t allowed to enter any of the sacred temples in Bali.
The summit of Mount Batur is one of the most trekked areas of Bali. A three-hour trek to the top of the mountain allows people to experience the beautiful sunrise against the beautiful setting of Bali. It is also one of the most popular picnic spots in Bali.
The temple is considered to be of a megalithic origin and is one of the most famous temples thanks to its clifftop setting. It is a place to visit just because of its breath-taking view. Be careful of the mischievous monkeys that dwell in the forest near its entrance. Only Hindu worshippers are allowed to enter the temple. The best times to visit are during sunset because of the view and also for the Kecak dance performances that happen during sunset.
paying homage to the troops of macaques that call the island their home. The Forest sanctuary is really popular amongst animal lovers and wildlife photographers. The pathways allow you to access deep regions of the forest where the monkeys play and jump around amidst the dense foliage and ancient temple ruins
extremely popular for its iconic photographs. The rice fields attract photographers from the world over to come and capture its lust green fields against the backdrop of Bali’s culture and heritage.
Located at a distance of about 20 km offshore Sanur, the Nusa islands are a haven for anyone seeking some serenity and solitude. The islands can be easily accessed through a speedboat
comprised of a series of around seven different waterfalls the trek to these waterfalls are adored by nature lovers as the journey takes them through the dense tropical jungles of Bali.
Therefore, with our Bali holiday package, explore Bali like never before.
Bali | Ubud | Kintaman | Barong and Keris | Celuk Village | Batuan Village | Ubud Monkey Forest | Tanah Lot Temple | Uluwatu | Kuta Beach | Lovina Beach | Dreamland Beach | Gitgit Waterfall | Ulun Danu Beratan Temple |
Bali | Ubud | Kintaman | Barong and Keris | Celuk Village | Batuan Village | Ubud Monkey Forest | Tanah Lot Temple | Uluwatu | Kuta Beach | Lovina Beach Dreamland Beach | Gitgit Waterfall | Ulun Danu Beratan Temple |
Near the beach, this refined resort is 1.6 km from the Waterbom Bali water park and 4.2 km from the shops, bars and restaurants along Jalan Legian. Bali | Ubud | Kintaman | Barong and Keris | Celuk Village | Batuan Village | Ubud Monkey Forest | Tanah Lot Temple | Uluwatu | Kuta Beach | Lovina Beach