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The Ultimate Guide to Bali Tour Packages

Get to know this famous island before you visit with this pocket-sized guide that’s packed with Insider Tips. Lively articles by world-renowned experts cover every aspect of Bali’s history and culture, while a travel reference section gives essential travel and etiquette tips, transportation notes, a language primer, and much more!

Bali’s Best Beaches

Whether you like relaxing at a beach resort, surfing gnarly waves or cruising around on a scooter along epic coastlines, there’s something for everyone in Bali. From upscale shopping, label brand restaurants to a buzzing nightlife scene – it’s the ultimate place for Bali adventures!

The best beaches in Bali include secluded spots perfect for swimming, dramatic rock formations and world-class surf breaks. You’ll also find quiet beach villages that have a sense of being a hidden secret.

Seminyak is the ‘hip’ destination of Bali and offers a range of high-end hotels on the white sand, day clubs and restaurants. For a true taste of luxury, head to the stunning W Resort. Or, if your budget is a little tighter then head to the charming Nusa Dua for a stretch of pristine sand and glistening mega hotel pools.

Things to Do in Bali

From heart-pounding adventure to captivating culture, our Bali tour packages offer a blend of exotic thrills and luxurious comfort. Touch the sea’s sapphire waters, let the motion of traditional Balinese dance enchant you, or gaze at the fiery sunset that paints the sky over a smoldering volcano.

April to October is the ideal time for touring this island paradise. Visit the lush green Jatiluwih Rice Fields, admire Taman Tirta Gangga’s water palace, and explore a 10th-century temple. Hop on a ferry to Nusa Penida for coastal views at Broken Beach and Kelingking Beach.

If you’re craving a fun-filled afternoon, hit up the Bali Treetop Adventure Park for thrilling rides in the jungle canopy. And satisfy your sweet tooth with a visit to Pod Chocolate Factory, where you can see how cocoa is harvested and turned into delicious bites.

Food & Drink

A visit to Bali isn’t complete without trying its famed cuisine. The island’s upscale restaurants offer a fusion of local and international flavors in stunning settings.

From sizzling satay and crispy pisang goreng to the infamous dessert bar at Room 4 Dessert, discover a culinary journey curated by talented chefs.

For an authentic taste of Bali, try a refreshing glass of traditional coconut water, Jamu, or an Es Kelapa Muda (young coconut juice with condensed milk). Or if you are feeling adventurous try avocado juice that is served in Indonesian cafes – don’t be afraid to add some turmeric and ice to the drink! You can also enjoy a range of other locally produced beverages, including Hatten and Wine of the Gods. These can be found throughout the island and are often served ice cold.


Bali is home to a variety of shopping experiences, from contemporary malls selling international brands to traditional markets offering local handicrafts and souvenirs. You can shop for anything from handmade leather sandals and bags, rattan accessories and exquisitely detailed textiles to paintings, wooden sculptures and essential oils.

A growing number of shops in Bali focus on sustainability and eco-friendly products. Brands like Ono Creations and Threads of Life make use of ethically sourced materials, making them ideal for the eco-conscious traveler.

You can also shop for trendy fashion at boutiques like Mister Zimi, Alice McCall and Auguste Frank in the shopping malls of Kuta. Or check out the Ubud Art Market for more traditionally designed clothes. The market also has stalls selling silk scarves, tropical design clothing and kitschy kitsch.


Bali is a popular island, and there are plenty of different places to stay in the area. You can find anything from luxury hotels to cheap hostels.

The Radisson Blu in Uluwatu is a great hotel to stay at if you are looking for something luxurious without breaking the bank. It has a beautiful sun terrace, great food, and immaculate service.

If you are more into budget accommodation, try the Surf Motel in Canggu. It doesn’t have a beach view but it is really close to the beaches and many of the good restaurants.


The other option is to stay in a villa in Munduk or Pemuteran. These areas are away from the crowds and offer spectacular waterfalls, mountains, and beaches! The prices are also cheaper than most of the tourist areas.

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