Overview

Bali, known as the "Island of the Gods," is a tropical paradise located in Indonesia. It's famous for its stunning beaches, lush rice terraces, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality. Visitors flock to Bali for its diverse landscapes, from volcanic mountains to pristine coastlines, offering a wealth of outdoor activities such as surfing, hiking, and snorkeling. The island is also a haven for wellness retreats, yoga studios, and luxurious spa resorts. Balinese culture is rich with traditional music, dance, and ceremonies, reflected in its ornate temples, colorful festivals, and intricate artwork. With its blend of natural beauty and cultural charm, Bali captivates travelers seeking relaxation, adventure, and spiritual rejuvenation.


Flight Details : 28th June

Mumbai to Bali Air Ticket Details

BOM - HAN :  VJ910 23:50 7:00

HAN - DPS : VJ997 9:50 16:00 

Flight Details : 6th July

Bali to Mumbai Air Ticket Details

DPS - SGN :  VJ894 14:05 17:05

SGN - BOM : VJ883 19:05 23:10 

 

7 Nights 8 Days 28 Jun
Itinerary

DAY 0  (28th June)

Take a flight to Denpasar scheduled at 23:50

DAY 01  (29th June)

Touch down at Denpasar Airport and meet our guide, who'll lead you to your hotel transfer. Get ready for hassle-free check-in before diving into a day of pure relaxation and exploration!

DAY 02  (30th June)

After breakfast Enjoy a full day of thrilling watersports activities such as jet skiing and banana boat rides. Visit Uluwatu Temple, perched on a cliff overlooking the ocean, and catch the breathtaking sunset views. Experience the traditional Kecak Fire Dance performance at the temple during sunset. Come back to your hotel and rest day is at leisure.

DAY 03  (1st July)

Start your day early with breakfast at your accommodation. Depart from your hotel in Bali towards the Bedugul area. Arrive at Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, a picturesque water temple located on the shores of Lake Bratan. Spend time exploring the temple complex, known for its serene setting and stunning views. Take photos of the iconic temple reflecting in the calm waters of Lake Bratan, framed by the surrounding mountains. Explore the beautifully landscaped gardens and shrines within the temple complex, learning about the cultural and spiritual significance of the site. Enjoy a delicious lunch at a nearby restaurant in Bedugul. After lunch, make your way to the Handara Gate, located in the Bedugul area. The Handara Gate is a stunning photo spot known for its towering stone gates set amidst lush greenery. Depart from Handara Gate and head towards Tanah Lot, located on the southwest coast of Bali. The drive may take around 1.5 to 2 hours. Arrive at Tanah Lot Temple in the late afternoon. This iconic sea temple is perched on a rocky outcrop surrounded by the ocean, offering breathtaking sunset views. Explore the temple complex, stroll along the coastal pathways, and admire the stunning ocean vistas. After sunset, you can explore the souvenir shops and stalls near Tanah Lot, where you can find a variety of Balinese handicrafts, artworks, and souvenirs.

Head back to your accommodation for a relaxing evening.

DAY 04  (2nd July)

Today is a perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy Bali at your own pace.

DAY 05  (3rd July)

Start your day early with breakfast at your accommodation. Depart from your hotel or villa for the Kintamani Volcano Tour. Arrive at Kintamani, a mountainous area in Bali known for its breathtaking views of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. Visit Penelokan, a popular viewpoint overlooking the volcanic crater and lake. Take in the panoramic vistas and snap some photos of the stunning scenery. Explore the local market in Kintamani, where you can find a variety of souvenirs, handicrafts, and local produce. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant in Kintamani. After lunch, head towards Ubud, Bali's cultural heart. Explore Ubud's vibrant arts and crafts scene by visiting Celuk Mas Village, known for its traditional Balinese silver and gold jewelry craftsmanship. Browse the workshops and galleries to admire the intricate designs and maybe even purchase some unique pieces. Visit a local coffee plantation in Ubud to learn about the process of coffee production and sample different varieties of Balinese coffee, including the famous Kopi Luwak. Make your way to Tegenungan Waterfall, located near Ubud. After visiting Tegenungan Waterfall, you can either head back to your accommodation or spend some time exploring Ubud further. Enjoy dinner at your accomodation and relax.

DAY 06  (4th July)

Today is a perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy Bali at your own pace.

DAY 07  (5th July)

After breakfast start your day with a visit to one of Bali's famous swing parks. Enjoy the thrill of swinging over lush jungles and rice terraces while capturing breathtaking photos of the scenery. After your swing adventure, take some time to explore Ubud, known as the cultural heart of Bali. You can visit the Ubud Monkey Forest, stroll through the Ubud Market to browse local handicrafts. Rest day is at leisure.

DAY 08  (6th July)

Today we pack our bags and bid goodbye to BALI. Return flight scheduled at 14:05.

 

Addon (Based on 04 Pax ):

Trans Studio - USD 30 PP (Theme Park enrty only)- 36 USD with Pvt Transfer Full Day Nusa Penida Trour - USD 45 PP 3 Main course veg Lunch/dinner at INR 1500 per person per meal

 

 

Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Twin sharing accommodation at 4* properties in Kuta and Ubud
  • EX- BOM flights included
  • 1ltr water bottles per person
  • Airport transfers return 
  • Breakfast on all days 

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Visa charges
  • sim card
  • 5% GST
  • 5% TCS
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
Highlights
  • Uluwatu Temple, locally known as Pura Luhur Uluwatu (with Luhur meaning ‘something of divine origin’) is perched atop a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above the crashing ocean below, it makes for the most beautiful backdrop at sunset.
  • Handara Gate is one of the most Instagrammed spot on the island.  It's become a must-visit place among tourists and photography lover.
  • Kintamani Volcano is one of the most popular and favorite tourist attraction in north-east of Bali is home to bewitching nature and six ancient villages along with the prime attraction, the mesmerizing Batur Lake perched aside an active volcano.
  • In Bali, unlike in the rest of Indonesia, they use wet processing where the bean is removed from the coffee fruit before it's dried.