Bali is more than a picturesque holiday destination with its beaches and pristine landscapes. It’s a spiritual experience. Imbued with an ethereal fervor, Bali can engulf you as soon as you land in this exotic destination. He is at the mercy of the inhabitants of Bali, and he is in the soul of the island of a thousand gods.
The beauty of the country and its wonderful history make it a different story. And in order to discover them, you need to open your heart and soul to this wonderful place. To do this, you need to plan the perfect itinerary in Bali.
The perfect time to visit Bali
Rain can be a damper on sightseeing. In Bali, the rainy season begins in November and lasts until March. This makes the period between April and November ideal for your Bali itinerary.
But, they have a beauty of their own and can turn this idyllic place into a romantic getaway. And, with the rain, there is always a little sunshine!
The weather? It is close to the equator, which means a hot and humid climate. You can expect the barometer to playful with 30 degrees C, which is easy to handle.
Places to stay in Bali
Enjoying luxury? Try the Legian Bali. It is elegant and stylish. Overlooking Seminyak Beach, this hotel offers panoramic sea views, delicious gourmet cuisine and excellent service per day based on dichotomy.
A honeymoon paradise, Kayon Resort by Pramana is surrounded by green forests and is a 10-minute drive from Ubud. This character complex is a wonderful way to get in touch with nature. The cliff and the spiral staircase are breathtaking, but can be peril for the elderly and children. Therefore, this mature-only complex is not suitable for the elderly and children.
Villa Ini Vie in Legian is a mid-range hotel that seduces with its Balinese design villas.all villas have jacuzzis and private pools, except for the luxury of a shuttle to Kuta. You can’t get a better deal.
Are you on a budget for shoes? Natya Hotel Tanah is a great choice for your stay. Located near Tanah Lot Temple, this hotel offers spacious rooms and a swimming pool. The atmosphere, elegance and beauty of the hotel is a bargain at Rs 1055 per night.
Places not to be missed in Bali
Bali is a delight, with its rich culture and traditions. And, if you’re lucky, you might be able to attend the monster parade before Nyepi starts, on the day of Silence. Must-see places? Let’s check them out!
1. Mount Batur Volcano
It’s a volcano, and it’s not extinct. And this is enough to send a tension of excitement down your spine. When you decide on your itinerary in Bali, this volcano is a must visit. The track is not difficult, but you may have to start long before sunrise. And the ascent is worth it if you get a glimpse of the panoramic landscape from the top, not to mention the mountains shrouded in fog and secret. The best part? The caldera below.
The volcano is considered sacred and is about an hour’s drive from the city of Ubud. If you choose a guided tour, you can enjoy a picnic breakfast with eggs simmering above the active volcano! That alone is worth the trip.
2. The Lot of Tanah
The Tanah Lot is a temple located on an island. You can visit it, only when the tide is low. The beauty of the temple and the island is at its best after sunset, when the rays of the setting sun sparkle on the water.
A roasted ear of corn wouldn’t hurt here. You will find what you need among the many sellers scattered on the site.
3. Nusa Dua Beach
Bali is famous for its beaches, and Nusa Dua beach does not disappoint. The azure sea, the pristine white of the beach, is a magical experience. It is a gated complex, so the intrinsic atmosphere of Bali may be not found.
There are activities such as swimming, parasailing and surfing to bring out the adventurous in you. The downside? You may have to shell out a few dollars if you want to lounge in the chairs provided by the resorts on the beach.
4. The Nusa Islands
There is something very magical about taking a boat to an island, in this matter, the Nusa Islands. Nusa Lembongan is by far the most popular. For the adventurous tourist, this is manna from heaven. Surfing, diving, kayaking, snorkeling and paddle boarding are offered. Other attractions? Dream Beach, Mushroom Bay and Devil’s Tears fascinate.
Devil’s Tears is an outcrop and the view from its height is breathtaking.
5. The iconic Pura Tanah lot
This iconic temple, located in the north-west of Kuta, is located on a rocky islet. The beauty of the temple is enhanced by the stunning view of the waves breaking on the rocks. Unfortunately, foreigners are not allowed in the temple itself. But the trip is worth it, to experience the pure joy of existence. And you can taste interesting cuisines in the company of friendly civets lounging in the area.
Civets are large in Bali, and their feces are used to prepare the most expensive and exotic coffee in the world. Do you dare to take a sip?
6. The Monkey Forest
Considered sacred in Bali, the Ubud Monkey Forest is home to more than 700 magnificent gray macaques. The lush nutmeg forest, ancient temples and paved paths make it an interesting trip.
A tip-avoid long beads or scarves, monkeys can simply grab anything they get their hands on in the hope of getting a bite to eat.
There is much more to see on this exotic island, be it the magnificent rice terraces of Tegallalang, the animal safari or the many caves, temples and waterfalls. And chances are, you won’t be able to fit all of Bali’s tourism into your itinerary. But hey, you can always visit again with some of our Bali tour packages!