Bali is a beautiful Indonesian island known for its stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and diverse attractions. Whether you're looking for relaxation, adventure, or cultural experiences, here are some ideas on where to go and what to do in Bali:

Beaches:

Kuta and Seminyak:
If you're looking for a lively atmosphere, head to Kuta and Seminyak. These areas are famous for their beaches, nightlife, shopping, and restaurants. Kuta has great surf spots, while Seminyak offers a more upscale vibe.

Uluwatu:
Uluwatu is known for its dramatic cliffs and excellent surf. Don't miss the Uluwatu Temple and its mesmerizing Kecak dance performances during sunset.

Nusa Dua:
For a more upscale and luxurious experience, Nusa Dua is the place to be. This area is home to high-end resorts, pristine beaches, and water sports.

Amed:
Amed is a quiet coastal town on the eastern side of Bali, known for its snorkeling and diving. Explore the coral gardens and the USS Liberty Shipwreck.

Rice Fields:

Ubud:
This cultural heart of Bali offers a tranquil environment with lush rice terraces, art galleries, and a thriving local art scene. Visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary and explore the Ubud Palace.

Tegallalang Handicraft Village:
Explore local handicraft shops in Tegallalang to buy souvenirs, artwork, and Balinese crafts.

Canggu:
Canggu is a trendy destination with a mix of rice fields, hipster cafes, and surf spots. It's great for digital nomads and those looking for a laid-back atmosphere.

Temples/Cultural Sites:

Pura Besakih:
Often referred to as the "Mother Temple," this is the largest and holiest temple complex in Bali. It's located on the slopes of Mount Agung and offers an insight into Balinese spirituality.

Tanah Lot Temple:
This iconic sea temple is perched on a rock formation and is particularly stunning at sunset.

Tirta Gangga Water Palace:
This historic water palace in East Bali is known for its beautiful gardens, fountains, and pools. It's a great place for a leisurely stroll.

Monkey Forest in Ubud:
Visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud to see and interact with playful macaques.

Natural Activities:

Mount Batur:
If you're up for an early morning adventure, hike Mount Batur to catch a breathtaking sunrise view of the surrounding landscapes.

Visit Local Markets:
Don't miss exploring local markets like Ubud Market and Sukawati Art Market for unique souvenirs and traditional Balinese items.




Airport:
Most villas/hotels will offer a shuttle to get from the airport to the villas/hotels

Grab Super App:
This is similar to Uber and Uber Eats. You don’t need an Indonesian number, but you will need to be able to receive a text to get your confirmation code so bear this in mind and be sure you have international roaming on. You may be asked to pay in cash.

MyBlueBird:
Like Grab above. Option to pay in cash.

Hire A Driver:
They usually run $40-$60 a day. They will drive you anywhere and wait for you while you are exploring. If you would like a driver arranged, please email to [email protected]

Rent a motorbike:
A motorbike will require an International Class M Driver’s License. Most motorbikes in Indonesia are automatic shift. $5-$15 a day. If you would like to rent a motorbike, we would be grateful to help and please also email to [email protected]




ATV

In Bali, ATV rides are a popular adventure activity for tourists. These rides typically take place in the island's scenic and lush landscapes, such as rice terraces, jungles, and even near volcanic areas. It provides an exciting way for visitors to explore Bali's natural beauty and experience some adventure while riding these four-wheeled vehicles. ATV tours in Bali are guided, ensuring safety and the opportunity to explore some of the island's more remote and less accessible areas. It's a thrilling and unique way to enjoy Bali's natural landscapes.

INCLUSIVE:
  • - 60 Minutes of duration
  • - 8 km length of track
  • - Group Guide
  • - Insurance cover
  • - Towel
  • - Locker
  • - Meal included
Track Overview

PAINTBALL

Paintball in Bali is a unique and exciting experience that combines adventure, stunning scenery, and a tropical climate. Bali's lush landscapes serve as a picturesque backdrop to your games, providing an unforgettable setting for your paintball battles. Whether you're a group of friends, celebrating a special occasion, or looking for a team-building activity, paintball fosters camaraderie, communication, and strategic thinking. The thrill of pursuing objectives and outsmarting opponents while immersed in Bali's natural beauty creates a memorable adventure. With safety a top priority, you can enjoy the game in well-equipped and maintained facilities. It's a fun way to stay active, build bonds, and bring home colorful memories of your Bali vacation.

INCLUSIVE:
  • - Private Group Guide
  • - 1 Bottle of Mineral water
  • - 1 time coffee break

CYCLING

Cycling in Bali is a popular and enjoyable way to explore the beautiful landscapes and rich culture of the island. Bali's warm climate, stunning landscapes, and friendly people make it an excellent destination for cycling. Whether you're a casual cyclist or a dedicated enthusiast, Bali provides diverse options for enjoying the island on two wheels. Additionally, there are numerous tour operators and rental services available to assist and guide you on your cycling adventures in Bali.

INCLUSIVE:
  • - Private Group Guide
  • - 1 Bottle of Mineral water
  • - 1 time coffee break