6 Days 5 Nights
This Bali vacation visit the historically significant temple of rock formations. Enjoy the breath-taking picturesque views and marvel at the unique Balinese culture. Visit local street markets and coffee plantations, explore the beaches and enjoy the trilling water sports to make this Bali trip the most memorable vacation.
1. INR 36,000/- Per Person – 3 Nights Adhi Jaya Hotel Kuta (4* – Superior Room) + 2 Nights the Bali Dream Villa Seminyak (4* – One Bedroom Pool Villa)
2. INR 38,500/- Per Person – 3 Nights Mercure Legian Hotel Kuta (4* – Superior Room) + 2 Nights the Sun Heaven Ubud (4* – One Bedroom Pool Villa)
Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai Airport, meet and greet at the airport with our representative then transfers to the hotel for check in. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Watersport with 1X Round Banana Boat, 1X Round Jet ski, 1X Round Parasailing Adventure, visit Uluwatu Temple, Romantic Candle Light Dinner at Jimbaran Beach with Indian Food. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Pick up at the hotel at 7.am then proceed to Sanur Jetty for transfers to Nusa Penida Island by Speedboat. Nusa Penida Island Tour with visiting Kelingking Beach, Broken Beach, Angel Billabong, Local lunch at restaurant. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out from hotel. Visit IAM BALI 3D Museum, Bajra Sandhi Monument, 60 Mins. Balinese Massage, in the afternoon proceed to visit Tanah Lot Temple to enjoy the sunset. Transfers to Villa for Check in. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Floating Breakfast at the Villa. Kintamani – Ubud Village Tour with visiting Celuk & Mas Silver and Gold Smith Village, Batik Factory, Ubud Art Market, Kintamani Viewing Point to see Mt. Batur from Distance, Coffee Plantation, Tegenungan Waterfall. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Free on leisure in the morning until the pickup time for transfers to the airport for the onward flight.
Bali is known for its stunning natural beauty with green mountains, sapphire blue seas, and diamond white sands. Besides these, Bali also has several picturesque lagoons, waterfalls, coves and caves for people to explore.
Yes, it definitely works in your favour to book an all-inclusive package, as all elements of your trip will be taken care of by us, and you can travel worry-free.
Bali is kid-friendly and has several activities for all ages.
While you should pack the usual essential items, it would also be recommended to pack the following: Mosquito repellent | Hand sanitizers | Mask | Hiking Boots and equipment | Bathing suits | Towels | Sunscreen | Clothes for warm weather
Bali being an island is a haven for several watersports, from scuba diving to snorkelling, Bali offers all types of water activities.
Bali is actually quite affordable as there are budget-friendly stays and travel options, and food there is pretty cheap too, depending on where you eat.
Your per day expenses could average to about 4k per couple including stays and travel, but booking packages usually helps reduce the cost.
Depending on your trip’s duration, you should plan to spend about 5k for 2 people in a day, and bring accordingly.
Bali is completely safe for all types of travellers, and the place is pretty tourist friendly.
Do Not Enter The Temples With Your Shoes On. Avoid Drinking Tap Water. Do Not Visit Temples Wearing Revealing Clothes. Avoid Using Your Left Hand For Giving Or Accepting Things. Drug Possession And Consumption Can Land You In Jail. Maintain Decorum During Nyepi. Honking Without Reason Is Prohibited. Do Not Point Your Toes Towards A Buddha Statue Or Symbol. Do Not Mock Religious Processions.
At least 7 to 10 days.
Yes, Bali is in fact a top honeymoon and romantic destination!
Although Bali is climatically comfortable throughout the year, and is a year-round destination, the best time to visit Bali is from April to October, the summer months in Bali.
There are no serious laws that are unique to Bali, but you should just be mindful not disrespect them, their culture, or their religion and customs.
By Air. Travelling by air is the best way to reach Bali from India. As many of the airlines have a layover at Kuala Lumpur, one can choose to book a flight from major cities of India up to Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Public transport can be quite limited. There are shuttle buses, but they are limited. ‘Bemos’ or mini-buses are a more viable option. Taxis are also popular, but they can scam you, and you should prefer the blue taxis which may be more honest.
Yes you can rent both bikes and cars in Bali, and many popular vehicle rental brands operate in Bali.
In Bali, the wet season is comfortable, humid, and overcast and the dry season is warm and mostly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 13 degrees to 27 degrees celsius.
Balinese cuisine is a cuisine tradition of Balinese people from the volcanic island of Bali. Using a variety of spices, blended with the fresh vegetables, meat and fish. Part of Indonesian cuisine, it demonstrates indigenous traditions, as well as influences from other Indonesian regional cuisine, Chinese and Indian.
Yes, most Balinese people are religious.
No, though there are some religious groups against it.
There is no specific alcohol law that people should be aware of, but several religious groups are constantly lobbying to pass a law to ban the sale and consumption of Alcohol. But the law hasn’t been passed as of yet.
Smoking laws may not be strict, but it is illegal to smoke in public places in Bali.
Bali is known for its raving parties and pubs, and offers a good nightlife scene for avid party-goers.
For main emergencies, people can use 112. Ambulance - 118. Search & Rescue - 111, 115, 151 Police - 110 Fire - 113
The healthcare system is probably not very advanced, but it does provide ample care for emergencies.
The Indonesian Rupee.