Dubbed as the Island of Gods with a beauty to match, Bali is set to take you on an adventure. Whether this is your first time visiting Bali or the 20th, you’d still need ideas and reference to spending most of your holiday. Are you looking for the “must-do’ activities in Bali? Here are the top 10 must-do things according to Bali Ideas
Perched on the cliff at the southern tip of Bali is the most popular of the many Hindu temples scattered around the Island. Naturally, being a temple, there is a strict dress code, although sarongs and clothes can be received at the entrance. Inside be watchful of the cunning monkeys that love to interact with guests, and if you come during sunset, you might witness the traditional Balinese, Kecak. See our tour package that includes Uluwatu Temple in the itinerary here:
Tanah Lot is the second most popular of the many Hindu temples scattered around the Island. The Hindu sea temple is perched on a rock formation surrounded by crashing waves that can be reached at low tide. The temple provides a perfect foreground to a stunning sunset from April to November. See our tour package that includes Tanah Lot in the itinerary here:
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is located in Ubud 20kms north of Denpasar. Explore the three holy temples set in a dense jungle and populated by long-tailed macaques (monkeys). They look cute but don’t feed them as they are wild animals with no table manners. Keep hold of your possessions as they are known to bag snatch!
Whether you’re a beginner who wants to try surfing for fun or a pro who wants to hone your skills, Bali has got you covered! Got you covered. The surfing classes are taught around the famous stretch of sand and gentle waves between Kuta and Legian beaches, while Seminyak offers intermediates a little more challenge with fewer crowds. Check out our surfing classes and packages below:
Embark to a journey full of fun and educational experiences. See animals representing over 100 species from around the world, including rare and critically endangered species. Our Safari packages can be found as follows:
Kintamani Volcano Tour
Kintamani Volcano Tour is one of the most popular and spectacular sightseeing tours in Bali. Visit the colder mountainous region of Bali, where horticulture in the main activity. The main attraction for visitors is around Lake Batur and the spectacular view of the crater lake set in a vast volcano caldera. A climb to the summit of Mount Batur, still an active volcano, to watch the sunrise is an unforgettable experience for more energetic travellers. Check out our Mount Batur Sunrise Hike over here:
White Water Rafting
Telaga Waja and Ayung River are two of the central and best rivers in Bali and have several characteristics for rafting activity. You can enjoy our Short track Rafting at about 1 hour for a 5km journey, or an ideal Long Rafting at about 2.5 hours for 16km with fun splashy rapids and some of Bali’s most breathtaking scenery. Immerse yourself in nature, with different excitements awaiting you at each bend, carry you through the lush rainforest of Bali, ranging from plunges down dams, small waterfalls, and crystal-clear rivers. Our white water rafting products can be found here:
Explore the three tiny islands that surround Bali, often dubbed as The Nusas – consisting of Nusa Penida with its rocky cliffs, Nusa Lembongan that showcases precious marine life and the smallest, yet unforgettable Nusa Ceningan. Enjoy a voyage on a full-day cruise available on our website, here:
Maintain your fitness during your holiday in Bali – go cycling! Cycle into the heartland of Bali with a tour along the back roads of villages, rice terraces, picturesque hills, and be granted a glimpse into the daily life and vibrant culture of Bali. Find out more about our cycling packages over here
Do Nothing & Relax
That’s right. When you’re done with all of the outdoor activities, it’s nice to sit back and relax. A multitude of boutique hotels, villas, and resorts for you to choose. After all, rejuvenating is highly required to tackle another full day adventure.
Now that you have the ‘must-do’ things to do in Bali, we assume that you now have a better idea of arranging your itineraries. So, pack your bags, prepare your camera, and be ready to have an adventure(s) of your lifetime with us.