Best Time to Travel
Since Bali is located in the South Pacific, any day of the year is perfect. For those seeking a more festive time, early spring is Bali’s New Years celebration. But other festivals and celebrations, including a 10-day festival called Galungan, happen throughout the year as well.
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Part of Bali’s appeal is the legendary beaches that make up the island. Lounge on the sands of Kuta beach before exploring West Bali National Park, Bali’s only national park. Over 150 species of birds call the lush forests of the park home. Next, head to the coastal town of Lovina, where dolphin sightings are more than common. Go fishing with some locals before taking part in an open-air bar and the local cuisine. Fresh seafood, pork and curries are abundant in the fare.
Hindu culture is extremely prevalent in Bali, so temples are dotted everywhere on the island. Be sure to take note at Mother Temple of Besakih, Bali’s most important temple. Built on the slopes of a volcano, Mount Agung, Mother Temple has been a staple for Bali for the last 2,000 years.
Explore some of the many temples of Bali, let us create a Temple Tour package for you. Visit sites like Mother Temple of Besakih, the most important and holiest spot for Hindu’s in Bali, as well as Gunung Kawi with its 10 shrines carved into the face of a cliff. Tirta Empul, Temple in the middle of Bali is famous for it’s holy spring water, many Bali Hindu’s come here for purification. Goa Lawah Temple, located in the southwest part of the island, is built around a bat cave and locals say it help protects the island from evil spirits. A Balinese sea temple, Pura Luhur Uluwatu, overlooks the ocean from atop a cliff. Built in the 11th century, it’s stunning views can’t compete.
Additional Tours and Extensions
Feeling adventurous? Why not head over to the Lesser Sunda Islands for a few days. Escape the madness in Bali and hang out with Komodo dragons in this cluster of three islands. These massive animals are only found in this part of the world. Komodo Dragon National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to not only the dragons, but also many species of birds, snakes and monkeys. Take boat tours around the islands, go scuba diving, or just relax on the beach.