One of the best trekking,hiking, exploration and walking tour operator which provides you not just about sightseeing but exploring Bali's natural resources
Bali Sightseeing Tour of a Stunningly Beautiful and Cultural Island
Do you Fancy a holiday where you can live in luxury and be treated like a Queen! Yes Please!!, Where do I sign up!! A private tour to Bali, a stunningly beautiful and cultural Island, 1 in 17,000 islands of Indonesia that has so much to see and do you will need to keep coming back for more!
The breathtaking, stunning long white beaches and the deep blue sea with the hammocks swaying in the breeze, who doesn't want to visit here!
However there is so much more to do than just sunbathe in Bali, the place is a haven for cultural and heritage sites and religious festivals so jump off your hammock and explore this serene and peaceful Island and enjoy the Balinese hospitality!
Spectacular Guided Tour of Bali an Island of Peace and Harmony, Relax and Unwind
The cuisine is second to none in Bali with many top chefs cooking up a storm for all the tourists visiting the island, or on guided tours.
So many options to choose from, do you fancy eating at the head of a live volcano? Well, it can be done here!
You can even have a meal for two in the lion's den at the National safari park you are on a private tour of!
So many quirky options and places to eat you'll be lost for choice, and you won't get hungry in Bali that's for sure !!
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Travel Tips for Bali
This depends on your holiday preference as you may just wish to laze on a beach for three weeks or take sightseeing tours! Always research your holiday before you go, there are many religious holidays which you may want to see but get there before, as even the airports close! The dry season is April, may and September and is the best time for cheaper accommodation and flights.
The cost for my husband and me was around 120$ a day, which I think is very reasonable. We ate in some delicious restaurants and had a few private tours very reasonably priced. I did some shopping for souvenirs and a few new clothes. The taxis are also good but make sure they put their meter on !! All in all, I think we did very well on that amount each day.
The Balinese people are very religious, so please bear this in mind when entering a sacred site or even sometimes a bar or restaurant it is necessary to dress appropriately and cover your legs and shoulders. The wifi is hit and miss, and you may be charged for it wherever you visit. Be careful of the local drink Arak as you may get a Bali Belly !! local tour guides are cheap and plenty to choose from! !
The weather in Bali is best visited in the dry season, so April, May and September are a good time to holiday, plus you will find it is less crowded then. A lot of tourists now holiday at the Christmas season, but you do get quite a bit of rainfall during this time so may not be ideal if you want to visit the heritage religious sites or take a trekking, private tour.
Explore an untouched island and traditional village with a full-day, small-group tour of Nusa Penida from Sanur. soak up the sun on Uwug beach
Vivid colors and vibrant wildlife will guide you around rural Bali, as you soak up culture and countryside, while taking a path less traveled. Enhance your island discovery with a visit to the idyllic neighboring island, Lombok.
Experience an exotic once-in-a-lifetime journey through the isles of Indonesia. Led by expert private guide explore Bali, Yogyakarta, Komodo National Park and Mount Bromo, stopping to immerse yourself in all the spiritual, cultural and historic highlights along the way.