Bali, the picturesque island is a favorite destination for honeymooners! If you’re looking for a perfect getaway with your better half to begin your new journey, then our Bali honeymoon packages from India await to surprise you. The true feels of these islands lift up the spirit of love between you and your partner. HOP onto this amazing journey of adventure.
On the first day of your honeymoon trip to Bali, you will be welcomed by our representative at the Bali airport who will help you transfer to the hotel in Kuta. After the check-in formalities, you can relax for some time or can check out the beauty and amenities of your hotel. Later, in the evening we will take you to the stunning Jimbaran beach to spend some romantic moments with your partner. We have also arranged for a romantic candle-light dinner on the beach side where you can relish the taste of authentic food with your partner on a private basis.
After you have your breakfast in the morning, we will take you to the Bali port from the hotel on SIC basis from where we will be transferring to Gili port by a speedboat. The whole ride is filled with fun and ethereal views of the surroundings. Once you reach Gili Islands, you can check-in to the hotel and relax for sometime. Later, we will go on for island sightseeing. You can undertake various water sports here or you can just relax on the beach admiring the beauty of nature.
After you have your breakfast at the cozy villa of Gili Island, pack your bags and check-out from the villa. We will help you get to Gili Port from where you will be taking a speedboat ride to reach Bali port. From the Bali port, you will be transferred to the Ubud villa on SIC basis. Check-in to the villa and spend the rest of the day at leisure. If you want, you can also explore the local area around the villa.
On the fifth day of your Bali honeymoon trip, after you have your breakfast at the hotel, get ready to go on a full day excursion to Ubud. Here, you will be taken on a Kintamani Volcano tour which also includes a visit to Celuk Village, Mas Village, Mount Batur Volcano, and Ubud Village. You will also be taken to Ubud Silver and Gold Market tour which will be followed by Tegenungan Waterfalls on a private basis.
After you have your last breakfast in Bali, pack all your belongings and get ready to check-out from the hotel. Once you check-out from the hotel, our representative will drop you at the airport from where you can board the flight to India.
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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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