6 Night 7 Days
You can cancel later, so lock in this great price today.
Bali is a destination famous for its pristine beaches and a nightlife like none other. It offers some thing for everyone, be it a family, a honeymooner, or just a bunch of friends looking for a relaxing holiday. Come on this pacakge with us, and we promise you the trip of a lifetime!
Bali (3) Bali (3)
6 Night 7 Days
Day 1 – Arrival in Bali (Optional Romantic Sunset Dinner Cruise by Bounty )
Day 2 – Full Day Kintamani & Ubud Village
down to caldera). And continue visit coffee plantation to see how to make Santi Agro Wisata.
Day 3 – Water Sports at Benoa Beach
Day 4 – Half Day Tanah Lot Temple Tour
Day 5 – Day at Leisure (Full Day Bali Safari & Marine Park with Jungle Hopper Pass)
Day 6 – Day at Leisure (Optional – Full Day Nusa Penida Tour with Local Lunch)
After breakfast day is at leisure or you can opt for Nusa Penida Full Day Tour. Travel to Nusa Penida by Speed boat. Boat depart at 9am & return back at Sanur by 5:30pm Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 7 – Departure
After breakfast, check out of the hotel to proceed to the airport for your flight back home
- 6 nights accommodation in Bali with breakfast
- Return Airport Transfers
- Hotel accommodation for 06 nights in Eden Hotel 4* or Similar
- Daily buffet breakfast except on day 01
- Full Day Kintamani & Ubud Village Tour with Lunch on seat in coach
- Water Sports Activities (Parasailing, Jet Ski, Banana Boat)
- Any Increase in the airfare, fuel Surcharge Taxes charged by the airlines on the air ticket before the issuance of Flight Tickets shall be charged extra irrespective of the booking date.
- Any other expenses of personal nature
- Portages at hotels, airport and Sea Ports
- GST 5% + TCS 5%
As you go through Bali packages, you need to keep in mind the ideal season to visit this tropical paradise. April to October is a good time to visit Bali in Indonesia as it is a dry season in the island. The weather is perfect for visitors though it can get a tad muggy in the afternoons in case you are venturing into a beach. It is a good time for window shopping, bargain hunting as the tourist footfall begins to go up and shops often announce attractive sales and discounts. There will be ample rain showers too with the sky remaining overcast for much of the time. The window from June to August gets quite windy in Bali, though it is also the time the Balinese fly their kites and it makes quite a sight to watch so many colourful kites take on the skies. This time is popularly called the kite season in Bali. December is otherwise the peak season to visit Bali owing to the festive cheer in the air and the pleasant weather, bringing in boatloads of holiday-season travellers from all over the world.
Before zeroing in on one of the Bali tour packages, make sure your itinerary is well-rounded and encompasses its major towns and villages including Ubud. Ubud is the island’s cultural heart. Visitors from all over the world flock to Ubud to experience its culture scene. The little town has several cultural venues where classical dance recitals are performed regularly in the evenings. On the other hand, if you just wish to stroll down its quaint streets, you will come across a motley clutch of cafes, souvenir shops, artist studios, craft shops, art galleries, bistros and yoga studios. Apart from its arts and culture scene, it is Ubud’s picturesque setting actually, amid paddy fields and ravines in the foothills, that draws visitors to it. Ubud is atmospheric and a great place to stay in and browse its art museums and experience a chic dining out scene. When staying in Ubud, don’t miss a Tek Tok show, basically a traditional Balinese dance accompanied by body movements and sounds. Attracting bibliophiles from all over the world is the annual Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, attended also by several best-selling authors.
All Bali holiday packages are choc-a-bloc with temple visits, because the island is known for its smattering of temples and their unique architecture and history. Among them the one that takes away the cake is the Pura Tanah Lot Temple. It is the unique setting of the Tanah Lot Temple and the legends surrounding it that lend this clifftop temple its aura of mystery. Nestled precariously on a promontory lapped continuously by the waves, off the coast of Kuta, this is easily Bali, or for that matter Indonesia’s, most vivid site. The beach in the front is a black sand one adding to the atmospherics of the breathtaking multi-tiered shrine that is one of the greatest reasons for tourists to stop by in Bali. Sunsets are a spectacle at Tanah Lot, with an apricot sun bathing everything in its light including the shadowy temple. The temple goes back to the 16 th century, belonging to a revered Hindu priest Nirartha. It is easily Bali’s holiest shrine, allowing devotees to climb up the rock-cut staircase in order to enter the complex.
Bali is fairly a safe tourist destination, even for solo female travellers. There is little violent crime in Bali. However, as a visitor, be careful while crossing the roads as motorbikers swarm the streets. Swimmers should be mindful as not all the beaches are safe because of riptides. Be cautious against pickpockets and scams. The threat of volcanoes, tsunamis and earthquakes are always there, but so far, Bali has not faced any outright devastation. It’s still business as usual in this tourist hotspot.