BALI

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Bali has built its reputation on both surfing, and unique Balinese culture, arts, crafts, architecture and setting the global standard for “spa” experiences. Explore and experience the South coast of Bali; enjoying beaches and the many opportunities for surfing, kite boarding, paddle boarding and paragliding. Visit temples and see the varied cultures of the area. If your interest is in snorkeling or diving, consider spending an extra few days in West Bali or the Gili Islands. Take a relaxing hike around West Bali National Park and commune with nature to restore/enhance your inner zen!

Spend a few days exploring central and northern Bali; consider traveling by: car, scooter, foot, raft, zip line, ATV, horse, kayak, and/ or bicycle, as suits your interests. Then consider refining your trip and learning more about the local art and cultural of Bali (tour the Ubud Cultural Centre). Highlights along your journey can include temples; such as at Ulu Watu, Pura Tana Lot, Pura Tayman, and Pura Luhur Batukau. They say there are at least 10,000 temples in Bali! As well, explore dramatic volcanoes of the central mountains. Stay at Lake Bratan, one of the World's 20 “Most Beautiful Lakes”. Well known as one of the best tourist destinations visited by many international and domestic travelers. The coolness of the mountains and stunning view of the lake, temple and mountains, away from the noise of the city, makes this place a favorite tourist destination and recommended must visit place, while in Bali. Nearby is Mount Catur yearning for your hiking and close by is Bedugul Botanical Garden and a fruits and vegetables market. One can pick from a wide range of accommodations around Bali; from homestays to 5 star hotels and private villas, depending on your budget. Gili Island snorkeling, hidden paradise of Sekumpul Waterfalls, Balian Beach surfing, Pristine Temples, amazing rice terraces, Bedugal and coffee plantations are awaiting.

Komodo Travel offers custom guided tours in Bali