Experience the Magic of Bali.
Exceedingly blessed by nature, Bali is the only island in ‘inner Indonesia’ that has enjoyed centuries of uninterrupted cultural continuity, giving it a flavour that is distinct and unlike the rest of Indonesia. Jungles, waterfalls, cliffs, rice terraces and long swathes of glorious beaches are found at every turn.
Its geography and ecology are influenced by the volcanic peaks that dominate the landscape.
You can hike the misty peaks of Mount Batur in the morning, bike Crater Lake at noon, and spend the remainder of your day lazing on one of numerous sandy beaches.
Another day you may choose to cycle the neon-green rice terraces in Ubud, surf or snorkel in Seminyak and watch the sunset on the southern cliffs of Uluwatu. Genial locals, delicious cuisine and world-class shopping only add to Bali’s never-ending list of accolades.
One other reason that Bali captivates travelers is the island’s unique spiritual and artistic vibe. Here, art and religion intertwine in daily life, evident in the ornate temples, vibrant dances, intricate wood carvings, and the daily offerings of flowers and incense. The island’s distinct regions offer a variety of experiences
With Indotrek, you can traverse the island’s rugged terrains on a mountain bike, discover the vibrant marine life while snorkeling or diving, hike to the top of majestic volcanoes for breathtaking sunrises, or navigate through the white-water rapids of Ayung River. Indotrek transforms your Bali visit into an exhilarating journey.
See our list of handpicked hotels ranging from beachfront resorts to jungle hideaways. Bali’s hospitality is world-renowned, promising an unforgettable stay, replete with traditional Balinese warmth and charm.
Our Adventure Tour Packages are carefully curated by our experienced travel experts. Our tour operators are not just familiar with the famous sites, but also the hidden treasures of the island, ensuring an immersive experience in Bali’s unique charm and vibrant culture.
Bali is a paradise for adventurers. It is a landscape full of opportunities, from trekking up volcanic mountains and exploring ancient temples, to diving in vibrant coral reefs and surfing on some of the world’s best waves.
Our commitment to responsible tourism ensures that your exploration doesn’t come at the expense of Bali’s environment or its people. We are passionate about supporting local communities, preserving Bali’s rich cultural heritage, and safeguarding its natural beauty.
With our Bali Adventure Tour Packages, you’ll have the chance to explore lesser-known paths, discovering quaint villages, sacred forests, and serene beaches that get away from the normal tourist trails. It’s not just about seeing Bali, it’s about truly experiencing it – its traditions, its people, and its stunning landscapes.
With Indotrek, every journey is an opportunity for personal growth, where learning and exploration go hand-in-hand. So, get ready to embark on an adventure that goes beyond the ordinary, and truly get to know the Island of the Gods.
The number of days you need in Bali depends on what you wish to experience. A well-planned week-long trip usually provides sufficient time to explore Bali's major highlights while also allowing for some leisure time.
In 7 days, you can comfortably explore the island's lush landscapes, visit iconic temples, experience the vibrant arts and culture scene in Ubud, try out surfing on the famous beaches of Kuta or Canggu, and indulge in the local cuisine. This duration also offers flexibility to incorporate day trips to nearby islands such as Nusa Penida or the Gili Islands.
However, it's important to remember that Bali is an island of diverse experiences, and the longer you stay, the more you can uncover. If your time allows, staying for 10-14 days gives you a better opportunity to truly immerse yourself in Balinese culture and explore off-the-beaten-path destinations.
The best time to visit Bali largely depends on the weather and what you want to do. Bali enjoys a tropical climate, meaning that it's generally warm throughout the year, with average temperatures ranging from 26 to 29°C (79 to 84 °F).
The dry season from May to October is usually considered the best time to visit, particularly for beachgoers, surfers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The humidity is low, rainfall is minimal, and the average temperature hovers around a comfortable 28°C (82°F). This season also coincides with many of Bali's vibrant cultural festivals.
However, the rainy season from November to April shouldn't necessarily put you off. Rain showers are usually heavy but brief, and the landscape is lush and green. This makes it perfect for photographers and nature lovers. Temperatures during this season average at a pleasant 26°C (79°F).
Bali, known as the "Island of the Gods", is most famous for its stunning natural beauty, vibrant culture, and the warmth of its people.
The island is dotted with picturesque rice terraces, lush jungle landscapes, pristine beaches, and impressive volcanic mountains. Bali's unique blend of Hindu culture, spirituality, and rich traditions sets it apart from the rest of Indonesia.
Bali's iconic temples, such as the Tanah Lot, Uluwatu, and Besakih Temple, are not just religious sites, but also offer breathtaking views. The island's vibrant arts scene is another highlight, evident in the traditional dance performances, music, painting, and sculpture.
The island also boasts world-class surfing and diving sites, luxury resorts, and a vibrant culinary scene that ranges from traditional warungs (local eateries) to high-end restaurants.
Bali's vibrant nightlife, particularly in areas like Kuta and Seminyak, is another draw for many visitors. From its natural beauty to its cultural charm, Bali offers an experience for every type of traveler.