Located in the middle of the world’s largest archipelago, Bali is Indonesia’s most well known island. Its rich traditions, breathtaking nature, colorful ceremonies, and unique culture make it stand out from its neighbors. With an average year round temperature of around 27C (80F), an open-minded culture, access to modern bars, luxurious spas and sandy beaches it is no wonder that many simply get addicted to the Island.
Life & Cultural
Although Indonesia is the largest muslim dominated country in the world, Bali is unique with its mostly Hindu culture which permeates all aspects of everyday life. Ceremonies are held almost every day, celebrating the cycles of the moon, holidays,birth, marriage, coming of age, and passing away. Traditional clothing is still commonly worn, and visitors are often surprised by the daily ‘canang sari’ offerings to Gods and demons that are found everywhere on sidewalks, shrines, stores, and homes.
Bali is the wellness capital of the world. Tired? travelers can pamper themselves with highly affordable massages and spa treatments, or simply relax on the beach with a cocktail and watch a beautiful sunset. Bali always has something amazing for you. Whatever you are interest at. With so many choices on offer, a travelers’ only problem is figuring out, where to stay, what to do and how to do it. We are excited to support you in taking these decisions and be your onestop travel experts.
Traditional dances and plays are regularly performed for locals and visitors alike, to the accompanying sound of the gamelan orchestra. Balinese culture is part of life everywhere on the island. It has found a center in Ubud, which, despite being one of the world’s most liveable places, is still run according to traditional village principles. Here,rituals, traditional medicine, and magic are still a part of everyday life. Those wishing to explore their spiritual side can find meditation programs and yoga classes that will help them achieve inner peace
Weather & Seasons
Bali has two seasons, wet (between October and April) and dry (between May and September), with an average year-round temperature of 31°C. The wet season brings rain and overcast days, with the most precipitation occurring between December and February. From June to August is the windy and traditional kite season in Bali. The central highlands are typically cooler than the coasts. Depending on the time of the year you wish to travel, or can get your days off from work, you can experience a different Bali altogether. The best time to travel is the dry season : mid March to mid October. Although even during rainy season you can sometimes have fantastic weather with almost no rain. Best time to go: May to August, when humidity levels are low with cool breezes day and night.
Watersport is amazing. World-class (Web:) scuba diving and snorkeling is available in a number of locations around the island, from the protected natural reserves of Menjangan, to the shipwreck of the USS Liberty at Tulamben, to the more challenging waters of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and foremost Nusa Penida, where manta rays and the rare mola mola are sighted regularly.
Surfers will be very happy with the wide range of waves Bali has to offer. Beginners can give the sport a try at the forgiving sandy beach breaks of Kuta, while the size and power of waves at Uluwatu, in the Bukit region, provide a challenge for even the most experienced surfers. Fans of trekking and mountain biking can take a trip up to the mountains around Kintamani or Munduk, exploring trails, waterfalls, and rice fields in cool comfort, or perhaps enjoying whitewater rafting on a range of rivers in the area.
Party all night long. In contrast, the Southern region of Bali is a perfect home for hedonistic fun. Kuta is the center for visiting party animals, drawn by the hundreds of bars and nightclubs on offer. A stone’s throw north, the Seminyak area offers more refined nightlife options, with popular bands and DJs performing regularly, as well as a host of dining choices run by the renowned international chefs who have made Bali
their home. Bali is a paradise for anyone who loves food. The variety of restaurants and cuisines available is stunning. A tasty meal can cost as low as 2USD.
Shopping is always great. Every day until 8pm (sometimes 10pm), thousands of shops sell almost everything your heart desires. Souvenirs, decoration, food items and of course cloths and fashion: a range of boutiques sell designs by local and global designers, whose cutting edge fashions at reasonable prices attract travelers from all over the world.