Bali Tours & Holidays
Bali Small Group Tours & Tailor-Made Holidays
Lying to the east of Java and the west of Lombok, Bali has paradise written all over it. Indonesia’s premier tourist destination, the Land of the Gods is renowned for its rich Balinese culture, exquisite beaches and dramatic volcanic landscapes. Spiritual and spectacular, it is home to an estimated 10,000 temples, some of the richest coral reefs on earth and, surprisingly, the final resting place of singer David Bowie. Strongly influenced by Indian, Chinese and Hindu traditions, the island ...
Lying to the east of Java and the west of Lombok, Bali has paradise written all over it. Indonesia’s premier tourist destination, the Land of the Gods is renowned for its rich Balinese culture, exquisite beaches and dramatic volcanic landscapes. Spiritual and spectacular, it is home to an estimated 10,000 temples, some of the richest coral reefs on earth and, surprisingly, the final resting place of singer David Bowie. Strongly influenced by Indian, Chinese and Hindu traditions, the island presents visitors with a captivating fusion of eastern cultures, with Balinese performing arts being considered amongst the most innovative in the world. Its beaches and diving are considered world class, its cuisine has a distinct flavour all of its own and its landscapes are picturesque to the point of breathtaking. Bali isn’t just another island, it is the very essence of Indonesia.Read More
Paddle across Lake TamblinganHop into a traditional dug-out canoe and enjoy the serene journey across the lake. The local villages protect the lake and have banned motor boats in order to maintain the natural beauty. There are several temples that surround the lake which make for fantastic photo opportunities.
Explore a beautiful plantationTrek through one of Bali's numerous plantations where you can discover the tropical vegetation and indigenous birds which prosper off the fertile soils here, a stunning location surrounded by breathtaking scenery of lakes and mountains all around.
Explore Breahmavihara-AramaExplore Brahmavihara-Arama, the largest Buddhist monastery on the island. Often referred to as 'mini Borobudur', the monastery has meditation halls, libraries and gardens for you to explore. You also have the chance to soak in the naturally heated pools of Banjar Hot Springs, adorned with beautiful stone carvings.
Snorkel through beautiful watersThe uninhabited island of Menjangan has one of the best-preserved coral reefs in the area. You will be transported by boat to this idyllic location for a morning of snorkelling, swimming and relaxing. There are fantastic opportunities to see all kinds of marine life and if you are lucky you may spot wild deer who swim across to the island from the mainland.
Kayak through Bajul BayKayak through the mangroves and out across the shimmering waters of Bajul Bay and visit nearby 'Banyuwedang' Hot Springs. Get lost in this tranquil setting and spend the day exploring the bay's secret sandy beaches.
Cook traditional Balinese cuisineExplore the secrets of Balinese cuisine and its exotic flavors with this delicious culinary experience! A great activity for kids and adults alike who share a passion for the art of cooking, leaving you with unique memories and plenty of information for your future Balinese dinners once you're back home.
Adventure through Shiva canyonThis is a truly adventurous way to experience the Balinese jungle in the northern central highlands, renowned for its natural beauty and gushing waterfalls. During the course of the day you will learn how to slide, jump and rappel over the pristine rivers and cascading falls.
Hike to the summit of Mount BaturWith more than 12 eruptions over the latter half of the 20th century, the warped surface of Mount Batur has developed an otherworldly appearance. Hike through the volcano's various lava flows and ash-cones up to the crater rim. Admire the wonderful, panoramic views of the crater, of Lake Batur, Mount Abang and Mount Agung.
Dive the wrecks at TulambenA small fishing village turned famous Balinese diving spot, Tulamben is the location of the 'Liberty' wreck, a United States Army Transport ship, torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942. The area is known for its amazing diving and regarded as one of the best shore wreck dives in the world. Enjoy one of the world’s richest marine bio geographic regions as you dive the wrecks.
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TOURS FEATURING Bali
Travel to Indonesia with like-minded people on one of our small group tours (usually max size 12), featuring knowledgeable local guides and an expert tour leader.