What We Love
Bali Safari & Marine Park: Being home to hundreds of amazing animals, representing more than 60 species from all over the world, it will not only pique the curiosity of your little ones, but also be an educational experience. There is also an exciting water park, variety of restaurants, a Bali theatre and a temple.
Tanjung Benoa : Tanjung Benoa is Baliís hub for water sports with a perfect mixture of leisure, fun and excitement. Feel the wind whip through your hair as you jet ski, enjoy fabulous view alongside birds while you parasail or jump on the sea walker or the flying fish and try something new.
Uluwatu Temple: The temple is on the edge of a cliff that is 100 meters above the ocean if that wasnít breathtaking enough, the temple offers a panoramic view of the sunset as its backdrop. Being one of the 6 spiritual pillars, the temple is believed to be very important in Balinese culture.
Kecak Dance with dinner: The Kecak dance performed amidst stunning natural views has over 50 singers, rendering music with their heart-warming voices. Itís unique because their voices create music for the dance. And a perfect ending to the evening is a fitting local style barbeque with fresh produce from the sea.
- Waterblow at Nusa Dua
- Jimbaran Bay Sea Food Dinner (by the beach)
What to Expect
Water sports at Tanjung Benoa ∑ Serene Balinese temples ∑ Traditional Kecak Dance ∑ Crystal-clear beaches ∑ Unforgettable Bali Safari and Marine Park ∑ Water Blow
When to Go
Baliís tropical climate makes it welcoming destination all-year round for every traveller. High humidity can be expected during the Wet Season between the months of October - April. The Dry Season makes its way between the months of May Ė September with the lowest humidity. A wonderfully refreshing breeze all through the day can be expected from June - August here. However with so much that Bali has to offer, it is always a good time to go!
Our Top Tips
- Be it for souvenirs or artefacts from your travels to local produce to experiment cooking with, the Badung Market or ĎPasar Badungí and the Kumbasari Art market right across the river together form the largest traditional market in Indonesia. Badung Market is where locals from all over offer their wares, comprising fresh fruits, meat and poultry and groceries, while Kumbasari houses extensive choices of batiks, traditional ikat weave clothes that are famous in this part of the continent.
- Tea with the lions at the Wana Restaurant, Lounge & Bar, Bali Zoo for kids: The restaurant has a special Jungle high tea offering so as to allow kids to safely get close to the lions by making excellent use of the restaurantís close proximity to the lion enclosure, making for an unforgettable experience.
- The Pirateís Bay at Nusa Dua is the perfect make-believe setting for kids who love to play a plundering pirate. With a replica pirate ship on the sand, a tree house, a bay lookout tower, or even a piratesí kitchen!
- The Devdan show is another offering that should not be missed. A combination of traditional and modern dance, heart-pounding acrobatics and dazzling illusions makes for a heady mix full of fun.
- 5 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Bali
- Water sports at Tanjong Benoa Beach (Banana Boat, Jet ski, Parasailing)
- Bali Safari Marine Park tour
- Uluwatu Temple & Kecak dance with dinner
- All tours on shared basis
- Return airport transfers in Bali on shared basis
Not included: Airfare, Visa, GST, Tips