Top 10 Bali Tours
Which Bali Tour Will You Choose?
Bali is the perfect holiday destination no matter what age you are. Travelling solo, with your family or groups of friends, from children to adults there’s plenty of exciting things to do and see on your holiday. We all know that Bali has great places to stay, brilliant beaches, world class restaurants and awesome nightlife. You may be surprised at some of the other great things to do on offer on the island. So read on to find out about our Top 10 Bali Tours for inspiration to see more on your next Bali holiday.
An ATV Bali quad bike tour comes high on our must do list. You’ll get to see Bali from a different angle, and have brilliant fun doing it. With fully automated powerful quad bikes, you can ride solo or two people per bike in comfort. You’ll start off on the stunning black sands of Yeh Gangga Beach, where you’ll splash through rivers and race over the sands before heading inland and make your way through a local village, seeing how life goes on for many Balinese away from the tourist hotspots. After this, rice paddy tracks await you as you are immersed in a sea of green. Heading back down to the beach, there’s even a bat cave for you to visit! This is one of our favourites, and great for all the family.
Day Cruise to Lembongan Island
Nusa Lembongan is an island off of Bali that’s the picture perfect tropical island with golden sand beaches and clear blue seas. Take a trip over on a high speed catamaran for the day. Sit back and enjoy a drink on the cruise over, and then it’s a day of fun! Activities include banana boat rides, snorkeling, and sea kayaking. Or of course you can just lay back and soak up the sun in bliss! A buffet lunch will be served on board, and there’s also the opportunity to visit the island.
This magical show takes you a on journey across the Indonesian archipelago lasting 1 ½ hours. The Devdan show showcases the cultural diversity from across the islands of Indonesia, from Borneo to Papua. Featuring exquisitely designed stage props, sensational lights and visual and expertly rehearsed and executed choreopgraphy, this is a wondrous story of discovery and adventure. The costumes are equally spectacular, dazzling the audience as the performance ranges from the traditional ethnic dances of Indonesia to modern and hip hop.
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White Water Rafting
Combine high adrenaline action with stunning scenery and a completely unique view of some of Bali’s most spectacular scenery and you have a Bali whitewater rafting trip. You’ll be guided down the Ayung river. After a full safety briefing, you’ll be part of the crew of a raft guided by a professional guide. Passing through deep jungle ravines, and under terraced rice paddies you’ll crash through the rapids and waves, drift across calm pools and descend a waterfall! An exhilarating day out, and a great option for the rainy season this is a Bali tour you won’t forget!
Uluwatu Temple and Kecek Fire Dance
Perched high on the cliff tops on the Bukit Peninsula, Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali’s most famous. Founded in the 10th Century, the temple is dedicated to the spirits of the sea and protects and guards Bali from spirits which may approach from the south west. There are a total of 6 temples in Bali, designed to protect the island from different directions. AS you enter the temple grounds, you’ll walk through the gardens before getting to cliff top setting of the temple itself. You’ll notice the grounds are home to a troop of grey monkeys – they can be very friendly so hold on to your possessions and leave your expensive sunglasses at home! Sunset is a popular time to visit, as the view as the sun dips below the horizon is simply sensational. This is also the time to watch the captivating Kecak Fire Dance. Performed by an all make troop of dancers, and accompanied only by singing and body percussion, this really is a mesmerizing spectacle enhanced by the stunning cliff top setting.
Bali Safri Park
A trip to Bali Safari Park means that you can experience more than Bali on your Bali holiday! A tour through the Safari Park will see you travel across the exotic habitats of India and Africa, as well as of course, Indonesia. The journey will bring encounters with animals from the three continents living in the parks open spaces. From the comfort of an air conditioned safari tram, you’ll be able to get up close to the animals in safety and take some great photos! The knowledgeable guides will make sure that you are fully informed about what you see.
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Kintimani offers some of the most striking scenery in the ever changing landscapes of Bali. At the heart of the region lies the massive Mount Batur crater. Mount Batur is one onf Balis many volcanoes. This volcanic carter includes the villages of Penelokan, Toya Bungkah, Batur,Kedisan, Abung, Songan and Kintamani. Kintamani, Batur and Penelokan at up to 1500m above sea level on the rim of the crater. From here the views of Mount Batur (which is still active) and the peaceful Lake Batur Below are simply stunning. You may also like to visit the Pura ulun Danu Temple, which like Uluwatu Temple is one of Bali’s directional temples designed to protect the island from evil spirits. Life in this area of Bali continues in a very traditional manner, and a visit here offers an insight into a different side of Bali. Please be aware that to visit the temple it’s expected that knees and shoulders are covered.
Ubud Monkey Forest
A high light for many who visit Bali and Ubud, the Monkey Forest is a nature reserve and temple complex in the heart of Ubud and, as the name suggests home to a troop of monkeys. Dotted throughout the forest, you’ll see sculptures and also other tropical wildlife. The monkeys are friendly, but please remember that you are visiting their home, so stay to the foot paths and enjoy the experience.
Off Road Motorbike Tour
Motorbikes and scooters are everywhere in Bali, and often the first thing people notice about the traffic when they first arrive on the island. Not only are they a great way to get around the roads of Bali, motorbikes are a great way to get off the roads and see more of Bali too! Riding either 150CC or 250CC motorbikes, you’ll warm up on the dirt track before heading off through the jungle to explore. This tour gets you into the heart of Bali and off the beaten track like no other. Although no previous off road experience is necessary, some experience riding a manual motorbike is required.
Tanah Lot Temple
Dating from the 16th Century, Tanah Lot is a temple on a rock in the sea and again a highlight for many who visit Bali. As you enter you’ll pass through a traditional market, before descending the steps to the beach. Depending on the tide you may be able to walk over to the temple and even see the snake cave. Tanah Lot is another great spot to watch a Bali sunset, and there are several restaurants and cafes that provide the perfect spot to relax.
If you’re visiting with friends or family, there’s something for everyone and always something new to see and do. There are so many Bali attractions to visit it can be hard to know where to start but our top ten is a great place!
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