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Explore Bali Tour Package

Created with Sketch. Bali, Indonesia


9 Days 8 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

20 people


Balinese, English


An Indonesian province, Bali lies in the westernmost part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. The provincial capital is Denpasar, which is the most populated and also houses the airport catering to both international and domestic flights. Suitable for touring in the months of May to September, Bali is well-known due to its water sports such as banana boating, parasailing, jet skiing and many more. Probably smaller in size than Hawaii, Bali has become a popular tourist destination in the last decade. Whether it be solo travelers, honeymoon couples or families – all throng to Bali to experience the beauty of this tropical island. Home to several spectacular beaches, the Benoa Beach is well-known for its beauty and various water sports locations.

Bali is also home to a significant Hindu population, which highlights the reason why Bali is replete with several Hindu temples. Mengwi Temple, located at close proximity to Denpasar, is one of the well-renowned Hindu temples in the province. Nested amidst spectacular mountains and greenery, the temple used to initially serve as the family temple of the Mengwi empire. An iconic spot in East Bali now is the Pura Luhur Lempuyang. It is known among tourists as the “gates of heaven.” This is probably the most picturesque spot in Bali and you will not have completed your trip, if you did not visit the “gates of heaven.” You get to catch a wonderful glimpse of Mount Agung and tourists flock here every year in thousands to click that perfect picture.

When you visit a foreign place, you never truly learn or experience that place, unless you have their food. Hence, you should not miss out on an opportunity to relish authentic Balinese food. Although their cuisine is a part of their indigenous tradition, certain influences from other regional Indonesian cuisines, Indian and Chinese, has penetrated Balinese cuisine. This tends to make the cuisine quite diverse. Dishes such as Sate Lilit, Nasi Goreng, Serapah Penyu, Bebek and Ayam Betutu need to be tried. Another very popular Balinese street dish Bakso has to be tried while you are in Bali.

If you are an admirer of culture, Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, is a place you cannot afford to miss. Surrounded by rainforests and rice fields, this quaint little village is famous for its traditional dance and handloom. Ancient caves, with sacred significance are also found all around Ubud. And perhaps, the most breathtaking part of the journey is the visit to the active volcano Mount Batur. A caldera lake lies to the south-eastern side of the mountain.

Bali, has slowly turned into the most sought-after place to visit for Indians. Find Your Adventure assures all travel lovers that their needs and expectations shall be taken care of when they are in Bali. We shall be providing you accommodation in the best-rated hotels and ensure that you visit all the major spots in Bali. We shall be available for 24*7 help and support during your trip. Find Your Adventure will ensure that your trip to this tropical beauty is one that remains etched to your memory.


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  • Explore the most beautiful and breathtaking beaches in the world.
  • Visit ancient temples with wondrous historical tales.
  • Experience adventurous watersports such as parasailing.
  • Enjoy sumptuous Balinese cuisine.
  • Visiting the active volcano, Mount Batur.


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Day 1 : Reaching Denpasar
Day 1 : Reaching Denpasar

  • Reach destination, which is Ngurah Rai International Airport of Bali

  • Pay for visa on arrival. Then, proceed towards the Health Counter to get your passport, boarding pass and vaccine certificate checked.

  • Clear the remaining immigration process, collect your bags and go through Custom.

  • Meet your English speaking driver and guide at the arrival hall. They shall be holding a placard with your name on it.

  • Reach hotel and check in.
Day 2 : Go out for some local Sightseeing
Day 2 : Go out for some local Sightseeing

  • After enjoying a sumptuous breakfast, spend the full day at Benoa beach. Take part in several water sports like banana boating, parasailing and jet skiing.

  • Later into the day visit the Uluwatu temple. Enjoy the Kecak dance with transfers on private basis.

  • Coming back to hotel and enjoying dinner.

Day 3: Visting Mengwi, Ulun Danu Temple, and Tanah lot Temple
Day 3: Visting Mengwi, Ulun Danu Temple, and Tanah lot Temple

  • Relish your breakfast in the morning. Spend the day by visiting the ancient and spectacular temples in the vicinity.

  • Visit the magnificent Mengwi temple.

  • Visit the beautiful Ulun Danu Beratan temple.

  • Visit the grand Tanah Lot Temple. Do not forget to catch the sunset view.

  • Come back to hotel.

Day 4: Full day tour of Nusa Dua with transfer on Sharing Basis
Day 4:  Full day tour of Nusa Dua with transfer on Sharing Basis

  • Enjoy a hearty breakfast at hotel.

  • You shall be picked up at 06:30 am from the hotel. To reach Nusa Penida Island, you have to travel by fast boat from Sanur.

  • After arriving at Nusa Penida enjoy the day. Visit the various beaches such as Kelingking beach, Angel Billabong, Broken beach and Crystal Beach.

  • Have lunch at local restaurant and enjoy Balinese cuisine.

  • Cruise back to main-land Bali in the evening

  • Reach hotel.

Day 5: Visit Gate of Heaven, Beshaki Temple and Tirtha Ganga with transfers on private basis
Day 5: Visit Gate of Heaven, Beshaki Temple and Tirtha Ganga with transfers on private basis

  • Have a hearty breakfast at hotel.

  • You shall be picked up at 7 am from the hotel.

  • Firstly, visit the Lempuyang Temple or Gate of Heaven.

  • Visit Beshaki Temple.

  • Visit the Tirtha Ganga - Water Palace.

  • Come back to hotel and rest.

Day 6: Day at Leisure
Day 6: Day at Leisure

  • Enjoy the day by treating yourself to a retreat amongst the calming atmosphere of Bali.

Day 7: Visit Kintamani Volcano and Ubud, with transfer on private basis
Day 7: Visit Kintamani Volcano and Ubud, with transfer on private basis

  • Relish a sumptuous breakfast in the hotel.

  • You shall be picked up at 8 am from the hotel.

  • Visiting the picturesque Kintamani village and Mount Batur.

  • Visiting the Ubud traditional art market and shop to your heart's delight. Do not forget to visit the Ubud palace.

  • Come back to hotel and take rest.

Day 8 : Trekking on Mount Batur with transfer on private basis
Day 8 : Trekking on Mount Batur with transfer on private basis

  • If you have an adventurous side, then get ready for the Sun Rise trek to Mount Batur.

  • After being picked up at two or three in the morning from the hotel and after a quick briefing, you shall commence your trek towards the summit.

  • Catch a spectacular sunset from the summit.

  • Come back to hotel and spend the day in leisure.

Day 9: Check out for departure with transfers on private basis
Day 9: Check out for departure with transfers on private basis

  • Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel.

  • Check out from the room on time.

  • You shall be picked up by the driver and transferred to the airport.

  • Complete the required formalities at airport and have a safe and lovely flight back home or to your next destination.


  • Accommodation for eight nights with breakfast
  • Transfers and tours as mentioned in the itinerary in a comfortable AC car
  • An English-speaking driver during transfers and tours, for your assistance
  • 3 in 1 Watersport, which includes Banana Boat, Parasailing, and Jet Ski
  • Parking and Entrance Fee
  • Each person shall be given a bottle of mineral water
  • Government tax and service charges
  • A sumptuous lunch at Nusa Penida
  • Flight ticket
  • Any personal expense such as laundry, phone call, tipping, mini bar, etc.
  • Meals which have not been mentioned in the itinerary
  • For all the Indian passport holders, you are liable to pay USD 35 per person for Electronic Visa on Arrival in Bali
  • Tips

Additional information


  • The Bali safari with jungle hopper park costs INR 5999 per person.
  • For those interested in Denpasar city tour (3D Museum, Bajra sandi), it costs INR 2999 per person.
  • Things to carry

  • Carry sarongs, hats, sunglasses, flip-flops, swimsuits and beach bags.
  • Carry sunscreen.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made less than 21 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.

Tour Advisory

  • The best time to visit Bali is from the months of May to September. August is the driest month of the year, and is the most suitable time for water sports.
  • Indian passport holders are liable to pay USD 35 per person for Electronic Visa on Arrival.


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What food should one try in Bali?
When in Bali, you should definitely try authentic Balinese cuisine such as Nasi Ayem, Babek and Sate.
What is the ideal time to visit Bali?
You can visit Bali within the months May to September.
Do I require a visa or passport to travel to Bali?
Yes, you do require a passport to travel to Bali. As for visa, in Bali you get an electronic visa on arrival.
Where can I get my currency exchanged in Bali?
Although Bali is a popular tourist locations and you shall find several currency exchange shops across the city, it is advisable to exchange your currency in the airport.
Is there an active volcano in Bali?
Yes, the island of Bali has three active volcanoes namely Mount Agung, Batur and Buyan-Bratan.
Is vegetarian food available in Bali?
Yes, vegetarian food is available in Bali. Several restaurants, serving vegan food are also slowly coming up in the island.
How many airports are there in Bali?
The island of Bali has only one airport. It is called Denpasar Ngurah International Airport. Equipped with all the modern facilities, it has both domestic and international terminals.
Does Bali follow a dress code?
There is no strict dress code in Bali and you can wear whatever you are comfortable in. But, when you are visiting a temple, to showcase respect, both men and women should be fully clothed. You should carry a scarf or sarong with you, as wearing one inside the temple premises is compulsory.
What languages are spoken in Bali?
Balinese is the native language of the people inhabiting the island. But, most of the people are bilingual, so you can converse with them in English.
What should I buy in Bali?
From Buddha statues to ceramics, there are a ton of options for you to choose from which you can buy something of your choice. If you visit Ubud, you could buy traditional handicrafts.
What is the preferred way to travel around Bali?
Although there are several options, it is ideal if you hire a car, where your driver acts as a guide for you in the foreign country. But, you could also rent a bike, if you have an international license and travel around the island.
What is the currency in Bali?
Indonesian Rupiah is the currency in Bali.
What currency should I carry to Bali?
It is advisable to carry cash in USD to Bali, as it is accepted in most places. Otherwise, you could also carry your cash as cash may not be accepted in certain places.
Are things affordable in Bali?
Despite being an international destination and one that is visited by millions of tourists every year, Bali is an affordable destination when compared to several others around the world. Everything from food to everyday appliances is affordable in Bali.
Is it safe to travel to Bali?
Yes, Bali is one of the safest tourist destinations in the world. Whether you are with your partner, family or alone, you shall feel comfortable in this tropical island.


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