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Bali is a favorite destination for many people around the world and it’s easy to see why! From its list of unending idyllic beaches, captivating spiritual energy, terraced rice fields, and exotic sunsets. There is so much to explore and experience on this magnificent island paradise!Going to Bali feels like going on a never-ending adventure – there is an activity to suit every soul! Experience surfing, yoga, meditation, trekking, delicious food or amazing nightlife. Certain areas of Bali have been influenced by tourism, with hubs of cute cafes, hip bars, and vegan restaurants. Other areas are still quite remote, maintaining their uniquely Balinese beauty and charm.

Bali, a tropical paradise in Indonesia, captivates travelers with its enchanting beauty and vibrant culture. Known as the "Island of the Gods," it offers stunning beaches, emerald rice terraces, and lush jungles. Visitors are drawn to its sacred temples, such as Uluwatu and Tanah Lot, witnessing mesmerizing sunsets. Ubud, the cultural heart, delights with art markets and traditional dance performances. Adventure seekers find excitement in water sports and hiking Mount Batur. Balinese hospitality and warm smiles create an unforgettable experience. Whether seeking relaxation, exploration, or spiritual connection, Bali's rich tapestry of landscapes and traditions promises an unforgettable journey.


Day 1

Date : December 30, 2019

Arrival and day at leisure

Welcome to Bali, the Island of the Gods! Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport, our representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel. Check-in and relax after your journey. Spend the rest of the day at leisure, exploring the nearby surroundings or simply unwinding at the resort.

Day 2

Date : December 31, 2019

Ubud Exploration

After breakfast, set off on a full-day tour to Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali. Visit the Ubud Monkey Forest, home to playful macaques and ancient temples. Explore the traditional art market, where you can find exquisite handicrafts and artworks. Stop by the Tegalalang Rice Terraces to witness the stunning landscape and learn about Bali's rice cultivation. In the evening, return to your hotel and enjoy a relaxing evening.

Day 3

Date : January 1, 2020

Nusa Penida Island Excursion

Today, embark on a memorable day trip to Nusa Penida Island. Experience the breathtaking beauty of Angel's Billabong, a natural infinity pool, and Broken Beach, a majestic cliff with a natural arch over the sea. Visit Kelingking Beach for mesmerizing views of the T-Rex-shaped cliff and sparkling turquoise waters. End the day with a visit to Crystal Bay, a perfect spot for snorkeling or simply soaking up the sun. Return to your hotel in Bali for the night.

Day 4

Date : January 2, 2020

Tanah lot Temple

In the afternoon, head to Tanah Lot, one of Bali's iconic sea temples, located on a rocky offshore islet. Enjoy the stunning sunset views while witnessing the cultural significance of this temple. You can explore the temple and its surroundings before returning to your hotel.

Day 5

Date : January 3, 2020

Water Sports and Relaxation

Indulge in some exciting water sports today! Head to Tanjung Benoa Beach and choose from a variety of water activities, such as parasailing, jet skiing, and banana boat rides. For those who prefer a more relaxed pace, enjoy swimming or sunbathing on the beautiful sandy beach. Later in the day, you can pamper yourself with a relaxing spa treatment to rejuvenate your body and mind.

Day 6

Date : January 4, 2020


After a delightful stay in Bali, it's time to bid farewell to this enchanting island. Check-out from your hotel and transfer to the airport for your onward journey. Take with you cherished memories of Bali's beauty and warm hospitality, and we hope to welcome you back soon for more unforgettable adventures!


  • 05Nights /6Days nights accommodation 
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Full day tour with Benoa water sports including (01 parasailing, 01 jetski and 01 banana boat ride)
  • Full day  Ubud Village tour on a private basis
  • Nusa Penida Island Tour
  • 2 Hrs of Authentic Balinese Massage followed by Tanah lot Temple tour on PVT basis
  • Return Airport Transfers on PVT basis
  • All tours and transfers in A/c vehicles with English speaking guide cum drivers.
  • Meals i.e. lunch and dinner unless mentioned.
  • High season surcharge will be applicable during Christmas, New Year or any special event.
  • Porterage, tips, laundry, wines, mineral water, telephone charges, optional tours, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming part of the itinerary.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in the Inclusions.

Smoking laws: Smoking or selling cigarettes and tobacco in public places like tourist attractions, hospitals, temples, and public transport is strictly prohibited. Smoking zones have been set up in public places where smokers can freely smoke. Restaurants and bars in Bali have their own smoking zones where you can take a smoke undisrupted.

Drinking Laws: The legal drinking age in Bali is 21 years. You will not find any Halaal restaurant selling liquor because of the Muslim customs.

Drug laws: Drug laws in Bali are very strict. You will be harshly penalized if you get caught with any kind of narcotics like cocaine, marijuana, and heroin.

Bahasa Bali and Bahasa Indonesian are the most prominent languages on the island. Most people in Balinese are bilingual and speak both these languages. A fewer people are fluent in the English language.

You can wear anything in Bali as long as it is not offending anyone. However, the locals become strict when it comes to visiting temples in Bali. Both men and women should be fully covered and wear modest clothing. Wearing a sarong or a scarf inside the temple is mandatory.

Yes, Uber is available in Bali. But it is mostly functioning in the areas of Kuta and Seminyak.

You can take your kids to Bali Safari & Marine Park which is one of the most visited theme parks on the island. Dream Museums is another popular tourist attraction in Bali.

No, Bali does not have a casino. There are no sanctioned casinos or poker rooms in Bali. In fact, the activities of gambling and betting are illegal in Bali as it is against their religious principles.

The Yoga Barn in Ubud, Shankari’s Yoga Retreat in Denpasar, Power of Now Oasis in Sanur, and Prana Spa Bali in Seminyak are some of the few great spiritual retreats in Bali for soul-seeking and relaxed vacation.

When you are in Bali, you must try the authentic Balinese food as it is one of its kind and a lot of travelers visit Bali just to try the local delicacies. You must try dishes like Sate, Nasi Ayam, and Nasi Campur, Bebek and Ayam Betutu, Babi Guling and Traditional cakes and desserts.

To try the traditional local food of a place, one must visit the famous restaurants where the locals often dine. If you are looking for the best restaurants in Bali where you can relish the scrumptious Balinese food, then you will be glad to know there are many and we have compiled the list of the best ones just for you! The restaurants that you ought to visit are Kubu Restaurant Bali, Swept Away Restaurant, Blanco par Mandif, Locavore Restaurant, Cuca Restaurant Bali and Kayuputi Restaurant.

Before you arrive for a holiday in Bali, make sure you and your family are updated with all childhood vaccines like Tetanus, Typhoid, Rabies, and Hepatitis 4-8 weeks prior to your vacation. Carry a travel insurance plan with you at the time of traveling that covers your health. In case you have a medical condition, carry ample stock of your medicines prescribed by the doctor and store them in the labeled containers. Keep the doctor’s prescription along to avoid any unnecessary hassle at the customs.