Bali

Bali

Custom Guided Tours for Travel to Bali, Indonesia

When you tour Bali, every day is an adventure. The day begins with Hindu offerings, coconut crepes for breakfast, followed by a trip to the market, and to villages specializing in silver, silk, wood, carvings ad infinitum. At night take a stroll along the water or have a drink at any of the many bars and restaurants in the country, especially in Denpasar, Bali’s capital. Here you will find gamelan music and classical dance which both provide a glimpse into the country’s ancient and modern splendor.

If you wish to leave the city, we recommend exploring the rice paddies, beaches, rivers, volcanoes, mountains, tropical forests and coffee plantations, all within three hours of each other.

This tiny island is so diverse in its microclimates, there are countless unique places to visit, all with new scenery to experience. We recommend self drives as the island is very small, and perhaps extending your tour to include a trip to Lombok island or to Flores to see the Komodo Dragon.

In addition to its diverse climate and distinctive music, Bali is home to a number of art museums, gardens, and historic architecture. Take a look at the stunning contemporary art found in the Neka Art Museum, or spend a day touring the greenery of Jatiluwih Green Land or Tirta Gangga. The care and time put into both of these gardens will amaze you, and you can easily spend a full day just enjoying the natural beauty. To appreciate beautiful architecture, we recommend a tour of Ujung Water Palace, which was nearly devastated by hot ash following the eruption of nearby Mount Agung, and damaged by an earthquake in 1979. However, it has been steadily restored over the decades to its current splendor. The Ujung Water Palace continues to be a favorite of locals and tourists alike, and the complex of large pools and historic structures is truly enticing. Set against a backdrop of Mount Agung and shoreline, the water palace makes for a pleasant tour and there is plenty to see during your visit.

Another favorite feature of Bali is its many waterfalls found throughout the country. Sekumpul, Melanting, Nungnung, and Kanto Lampo are some of the most popular falls to explore, surrounded by tropical forest to give you a break from the city. These waterfalls are perfect spots for a picnic lunch and a day of fresh air.

Whatever you choose to do on your visit to Bali, you are sure to find a country rich in culture and tradition, and you can experience it all. We provide custom guided tours for you or your group, and we aim to offer only the best in ecotourism and sightseeing.

We specialize in luxury accommodation in Aman resorts, Four Seasons Sayan in Jimbaran Bay, and Ritz Carlton.

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