Famed for its unspoilt coastline, Nusa Dua is a haven for sun seekers. This trendy seaside town is far quieter than nearby Kuta, offering guests a...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 6 April - 14 July, 1 September - 24 December 2018, 6 January - 6 March 2019
The world’s love affair with Bali extends beyond its magical sunsets and relaxed coastal vibes. This beautiful pocket of Indonesia offers a wealth of activities and excursions that are best experienced with a little bit of guidance. There’s simply no better way to discover awe-inspiring jungle treks, river rafting, or cycling through the rice fields of Ubud than on a tour with a knowledgeable guide leading the way.
Don’t miss these Bali attractions
- Gili Islands
- Cycling through the rice fields of Ubud
- Moneky Forest
- Mount Batur
A different point of view
There are plenty of ways to explore what to do in Bali from a different vantage point. Take the plunge on a canyon tubing excursion, be exhilarated on a white-water rafting expedition, or join a cycling tour through some misty jungle mountains. Be sure to check out the cheeky monkeys at the Monkey Forest while you're at it too.
Perhaps you may appreciate a coastal tour to admire the Hindu paintings in The Hall of Justice in Klungkung. Or why not head to the iconic terraced rice fields surrounding the ancient village of Tenganan, which has remained virtually unchanged for hundreds of years.
From the mountains to the sea
Mount Batur is an active volcano and well worth a visit. Alternatively, you can take a guided tour through the Besakih Mother Temple - Bali's largest temple complex - located on Mount Agung, or luxuriate and enjoy Balinese cuisine on a sunset dinner cruise.
Those keen to get their feet wet will love the journey to Lembongan Island. Cruise in air-conditioned comfort and be rewarded with water activities in or above the sea from the purpose-built pontoon. Additionally, adventures to Komodo National Park and Rinca Island combine hiking among wildlife with snorkelling at Bidadari Island.