Escape time and the fast-paced life to the island of perfect dreamy holidays! These dreamy islands are blessed with a heavenly climate that soothes the body completely. Shimmering beaches, turquoise waters, and scenic landscapes make the islands a perfect reason to hunt for the Bali tour from Triplou! Join us for the wonderful vacation ahead with your partner.
Arrive at the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, where you will be met by a representative of your chosen travel agent. You will be transferred to your hotel in Kuta, where you check-in and can relax for a while. You have the rest of the day at leisure, so you can go ahead and explore the area around your hotel. Spend some time at the beach, or take a look at the local markets.
Towards the evening, you can enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets of your lives with your beloved, along with a romantic candle light dinner right on the beach. The perfect setting for a perfectly romantic date.
Discover the unique cultural heritage of Bali, along with enjoying the scenic beauty surrounding you. After a hearty breakfast, it is time for you to leave for the full day tour, which covers Batur, a magnificent volcanic mountain standing sentinel over the town. But before that, the first stop you make would be at the Batubalan Village, which is famed for its stone sculptures and statues. After you wrap up this tour, it is time to sit back and enjoy a live performance of the Barong dance form. Local dancers perform dance shows that depict Balinese mythology, adorned with ornate costumes and backed by unique musical instruments and traditional dance moves.
Next stop would be Mas, which is a village famed for its woodcarving skills. Here, you get to understand the nuances of wood carving and take a look at the intricate work. The Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave is next, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts of detailed sculptures of mythological creatures that have been carved into the cave entrance.
After wrapping up this visit, it is time to visit the much acclaimed Kintamani, where Mount Batur, one of Asia’s few active volcanic sites, awaits your exploration. Make a short stop at Ubud, which is famed as a centre for dance, fine arts and music. Last stop of the day would be Celuk Village, a place famed for its craftsmanship of gold and silver ornaments. Stock up on a few souvenirs, for your beloved, to take back home on day 2 of your Bali Indonesia package tour.
After breakfast proceed for Lovina Beach, a famed dolphin habitat. You will be picked up at around 3:30 am, and taken on a traditional outrigger boat that will take you as close as possible to the dolphins for an amazing experience and the perfect photo ops.
After wrapping up the day, it is time to enjoy a beautiful Balinese sunrise, on your way back to Kuta. Cover places such as the high and mighty Gitgit Waterfalls, the Twin Lake View, Ulundanu Beratan Temple, Taman Ayun Temple and Tanah Lot Temple.
Towards the evening, you are scheduled to enjoy a relaxing two hour spa session, which is sure to make both of you feel on top of the world. The perfect start to another relaxing night spent at your hotel in Kuta.
Today, you get to while the hours away lazing around the hotel, or visiting the local markets and exploring the nearby area. Explore the indoor attractions of the hotel itself, or spend the day under the sun at the beach. Return to the hotel for the night.
After a delicious breakfast at your hotel in Kuta, it is time to leave for a half-day tour of South Bali including Nusa Dua. On arrival at Nusa Dua, you can dive right into the adventurous world of water sports. After an exhilarating time spent at the beach, you can opt to enjoy lunch at an Indian restaurant at an extra cost. The package also takes you for a small shopping spree, for stocking up on souvenirs to take back home. The market is perfect for picking up junk jewelry, funky pieces of clothing and some handicrafts. After lunch and shopping, you will be taken to check-in at your very own private Pool Villa. You can also visit Ulluwatu Temple, which is close by for a spiritual experience. Spend the night at the hotel.
Plan to avail the options tours to the famed clubs and bars of Bali, or enjoy your time at the beach with your better half. Or you could opt to visit the markets for some last minute shopping. Laze around at your private pool, and order in some room service towards the evening, as a precursor to a night of complete and utter relaxation. Enjoy your last night in Bali to the fullest.
Since this is your last morning in Bali, check out in the morning and spend some time exploring the local markets. After this, you can head on to the airport for catching your flight back home, with memories to last a life time.
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Bali has a tropical climate which means warm weather all year long. However, there are two seasons: a wet season from October to March and a dry season from April to September. If you want to catch more sun rays, try to go in dry period although wet season doesn’t necessarily mean rain all the time but more often showers, mainly in the afternoon hours. Average year temperature is 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), meaning any time is a good time to visit Bali.
If you are not traveling with an agency or doing an all-inclusive type of vacation, having a SIM card does help a lot. SIM cards are quite cheap, and you have different data packages, so you don’t have to worry about wifi all the time.
European ones. Croatians, you don’t need an adapter, your charger will work there.
You will get a better rate if you exchange your $ or € there. I had Euros on me and the best I would get for 100 Euros was 1.640.000 IDR. On Airport you get around 1.500.000. Pay very close attention when exchanging the money on the street, always double-check the bills yourself and never leave the money off your hand once you have counted it.
Flip flops or comfortable walking sandals are a must with light clothing like t-shirts and shorts to keep you cool are recommended and a light pullover in the evenings if you are riding a motorbike. When entering temples you must be respectful and have your shoulders covered and wear a sarong (for men and women) – usually sarongs are provided for you when you visit a temple. You may want to always keep a waterproof jacket nearby if you are in Ubud between November – February as quick and heavy showers can occur and you may get caught!
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