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Start exploring Bali's central highlands and cultural hub of Ubud
Fill your time with as much or as little as you wish with wellness, cultural, action, food and adventure based excursions all available
Head to Bali's famed south coast for a relaxing beach stay in Jimbaran Bay
Admire Bali's spectacular temples at sunset for awe-inspiring views
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – dry (between May to September) and wet (between October to April) – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Bali at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.
Perfect for the first-time visitor, this introduction to Bali showcases the diverse nature of this island. From the jungle-clad cultural hub of Ubud to Bali's famed south-coast, this itinerary is perfect for those looking for a taste of what Bali has to offer.
Start your holiday in Ubud, located in the heart of Bali’s central highlands. Offering visitors spectacular scenery, a diverse culture and a wealth of activities from adrenalin-pumping river rafting and cycling to more leisurely scenic strolls and wellness activities, Ubud has something for one and all. Nestled in the jungle – clad shadows of Mount Batur, the rolling terrace-lined slopes of Ubud are the ideal place to start your exploration of Bali.
The next few days are at your leisure to fill with as much or as little as you wish. Venture into the town and explore the many art and craft markets, clothing boutiques or sample some of Bali’s most regarded restaurants. If you’re looking for adventure, you may wish to head off on guided cycling excursions through the hills or across the volcanic slopes of Mount Batur, or for those looking for something a little more cultural there are food tours, cooking classes and a wide array of temples to explore.
The next stop is Jimbaran Bay on Bali’s south coast, one of Bali’s most idyllic stretches of beach within easy reach of the restaurants and shops of Seminyak. Spend your time here relaxing and enjoying the many golden beaches and water-based activities, explore some of the islands most iconic cliff top temples including the famed Uluwatu Temple or maybe go and see a traditional Balinese Kecak dance. Get in touch to see how we can tailor this trip to suit your preferences.
Get under the skin of historic Bali on this tour taking in Klungkung Palace, the scenic rice paddies of Rendang, Candidasa beach and witness the unchanged culture of Tenganan village. At the end of your day visit the "bat cave" or temple at Goa Lawah.
Spend an afternoon walking through the luna-esque landscape of Mount Batur from previous eruptions and experience panoramic views of the volcano's caldera. Discover craters and multi coloured minerals as your meal is prepared using a steam vent oven.
Enjoy a foodie experience like no other during this street food tour through Denpasar. Meet with a food expert who will guide you through the different culinary delights of Indonesia.
Explore Bali's temples and surrounding landscape in a Volkswagen convertible. Take your classic car to Pura Kehan and Gunung Kawi Sebatu temple complexes near Bangli town and bamboo enshrouded Penglipuran and on to arts and crafts villages near Ubud.
Take a day to explore northern Bali, taking in the central highlands, the famous market at Candi Kuning, Ulun Danu temple, the sacred hot springs at Banjar, Lovina town for lunch and the former Dutch capital, Singaraja before visiting Gitgit waterfall.
In addition to the Ubud Monkey Forest, this trip takes in Hindu temples, volcanic scenes and traditional Balinese arts. Your day will begin with a Barong dance performance and include three craft villages, Gunung Kawi temple and the "elephant cave".
Visit the Mother Temple of Bali and witness some of the region's best views on this full day trip of temple culture and traditional arts and crafts. See examples of batik, wood carving and the work of silver and gold-smiths.
Spend half a day with Rivers, Oceans, Lands and Ecology (R.O.L.E) Foundation, which is based in southern Bali. This environmental organisation educates local people on environmental awareness as well as women's empowerment.
Visit one of Bali's most remote areas and explore on a 7km trek through rice paddies and plantations. Find the hidden and sacred Benben Waterfall and then at 4pm you will be dressed in Balinese national dress and taken to a jungle temple.
Experience incredible views from the summit of Mount Batur as the sun rises. Have breakfast before your descent and visit three younger craters with evidence of lava flow and finally enjoy a soothing dip in Toya Bungkah hot springs.
Travel to the south of Bali mid afternoon and to the impressive vantage point at Uluwatu Temple. Here you will be entertained by not only the view but also the famous Kecak dance prior to the chance to have a sunset dinner at Jimbaran Bay.
Discover a traditional Bali as you spend the day exploring farming villages, an 11th century temple complex guarded by a mythical dragon, Penglipuran village concluding with a visit to Kintamani which boasts views of the active volcano, Mount Batur.
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Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
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