Bali Solo Expedition



You arrive for your 10-day solo trip to Bali and your tour is filled with adventure, fun, and relaxation. While on this Bali solo travel, you experience adventure in the form of elephant riding, whitewater rafting on the Ayung River, sunrise trekking up Mount Batur, and a dolphin watching tour. And when it comes to places to see and visit, it is the Uluwatu Temple, Kecak dance recital, Bali Safari & Marine Park tour, Tanah Temple, the Banjar Hot Springs, the Temples of Tamaran Ayu and the Gitgit Waterfalls.

  • On Day 1, you arrive in Bali and after you settle down, you kick start your solo trip to Bali by hiring a scooter to the Balangan Beach and unwinding there.
  • On Day 2, it’s an adventure all the way. You go whitewater rafting in the Ayung River and you also visit an Elephant Safari Park and go elephant riding.
  • On Day 3, the adrenaline pumping continues, and you go on a sunrise trek up Mount Batur. You trek the night before with a guide and you reach the pinnacle just in time to see the beautiful sunrise and it is a sight to remember.
  • On Day 4, the Bali Safari & Marine Park comes calling and you go on a day trip to this Park.
  • On Day 5, you visit the Tanah Lot Temple and spend some meditative moments on your solo trip to Bali here.
  • On Day 6, you visit the famed Uluwatu Temple and the day culminates in a Kecak dance performance and a delectable Indonesian dinner.
  • On Day 7 of your Bali holiday packages, prepare to be on your own.
  • On Day 8, you are driven to the North of Bali to the Lovina beach and on the way, you visit the Banjar hot springs, the Temples of Tamaran Ayu and the Gitgit Waterfalls and you stay overnight in this gorgeous beach destination on this solo trip to Bali.
  • On Day 9, it’s another action-packed and fun-filled day. You go on a dolphin sighting tour near Lovina beach. And on your way back in Ubud, you stop by to learn a local dance form from experts, and you go shopping in the night market.
  • On Day 10, your exciting solo Bali trip ends, and you are homeward bound from Bali, Indonesia.
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Arrival (Bali), Departure (Bali)



Arrival - a Solo trip to Bali

This is your first day in Bali and as you land in the international airport, there is a meet and greet service, following which you are transferred to your hotel of choice.

Take it easy, relax and chill because you're on a holiday in Bali! After a relaxing morning, you hire a scooter and drive to the Balangan Beach, a beautiful and relatively quiet beach on Bali's South Coast.


Elephant Trekking

You have breakfast at the hotel. And today is the day for adventure. You go Whitewater rafting in the morning in the might Ayung River. And then in the afternoon, you head to the Elephant Safari Park in Desa Taro where you have a chance to see elephants in close quarters and you can even interact with them.

Not just this, you can go on an elephant ride and take a sightseeing tour sitting atop an elephant on your solo trip to Bali.


Amazing Sunrise Trekking at Mount Batur

You take a sunrise trekking tour to Mount Batur where you trek up the mountain just in time to watch the amazing sunrise over the beautiful island of Bali.

How this tour happens, is that you get to hike, and trek up Bali’s most active volcano. You start at night and you trek up the mountain in the night. On this trek, you are accompanied by a guide and you reach the summit just in time as the sun is rising and you can enjoy those mesmerizing moments and catch the imposing sunrise over beautiful terrains and landscapes. After this solo trip to Bali trek, you enjoy a light breakfast of fruits and eggs boiled in volcanic steam. This by itself is an experience worth going for Bali Indonesia travel.


Bali Safari & Marine Park

Start the day with an appetizing breakfast and proceed on the Bali Safari & Marine Park tour The park is home to many different animal species. It is a day well-spent roaming around the park and it is a nice experience. You can also find a water park, many restaurants, a temple, and a Bali theatre within the park. After an eventful day and a day well-spent, you return to your hotel for an overnight stay.


Full Day Tanah Lot Temple Tour

Start the day with an appetizing breakfast, you then go on a Tanah Temple Tour. A point to be mentioned is that a classic Indonesian tour is not complete without visiting the enchanting Tanah Lot Temple which is known as the Land of a Thousand Temples. This temple sits prettily on a rock formation, and the views it offers are just amazing. Especially at sunset, you'll feel like you are transported to another world and you will cherish every moment spent here.


Uluwatu Temple & Kecak Dance with Dinner

After breakfast at the hotel, you visit the Uluwatu Temple on your solo trip to Bali.

An Indonesian tour is considered incomplete if you don’t visit the famed Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple. The temple sits amidst picturesque surroundings on a steep mountain and the views from there are to die for. If you are here in the evening, don’t miss watching the sunset into the Indian Ocean and you get to sit and just relax.

Later, in the afternoon, you watch the well-known Balinese dance drama known as the Kecak dance. The performers sing and chant and dance alongside. While you are watching this performance, you are served some delectable Balinese food to savor for dinner.


Free Day to explore the city at your own pace

After breakfast at the hotel, you have the day free at leisure and you can explore the place or do things on your own. Make the most of your Bali Indonesia travel and head out to explore the local area in and around Kuta and Seminyak on your own. You could also shop for souvenirs and personal artifacts around here.


Drive to the North of Bali - Banjar Hot Springs & Gitgit Waterfalls

You head to the north of Bali, driving up to the North coast via Tanah Lot, the Temples of Tamaran Ayu and the Gitgit Waterfalls to Lovina on your solo trip to Bali.

Lovina is a beautiful black sand beach which is famous for dolphins! Here you spend the afternoon on the beach relaxing and watching the sea, the fishing boats and the life around the local harbor. You stay overnight in Lovina.


Morning Dolphin Watching Tour

Early in the morning head out for a dolphin tour in Lovina and you watch the dolphins in their natural habitat and how they respond to human presence and even attempt to interact with you.

After an eventful dolphin watching tour in the morning, you leave Lovina and head south. On the way back, you stopover in Ubud to take a class, learning some basics of the graceful Balinese dance. You are assisted in this by professional teachers and artists. This makes for an interesting learning experience on a solo trip to Bali. Later, in the night, you head to the night markets to engage in some shopping and you get to taste and savor local street foods too.

DAY 10

Departure from Bali

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel, before your solo trip to Bali guide takes you to an airport transfer for your onward flight. You’ll leave for your home filled with interesting and thrilling memories of your Solo Bali trip with beautiful memories


What is included

  • 7 Night accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Kuta
  • 2 Night accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Lovina
  • Water sports at Tanjong Benoa Beach (1x Banana Boat, 1x Jet ski, 1x Parasailing)
  • Bali Safari & Marine Park tour
  • Uluwatu Temple & Kecak dance with dinner
  • Elephant Trekking
  • Amazing Sunrise Trekking at Mount Batur
  • Full Day Tanah Lot Temple Tour
  • Full Day Morning Dolphin watching Tour, Banjar Hot Springs & Gitgit Waterfall
  • All tours on seat in coach basis
  • Return airport transfers and inter-hotel transfers in Bali on seat in coach basis


What is excluded

  • Airfare, Visa, GST, any internal domestic flights, Tips


  • When you're traveling to Bali alone, it's exciting to rent a Scooter and drive to Balangan Beach, a beautiful and relatively quiet beach on Bali's south coast.
  • Immerse yourself in the Balinese spa culture or try the local food with spectacular views of the rice paddies.
  • Be it for souvenirs or artefacts from your travels to local produce to experiment cooking with, the Badung Market or ‘Pasar Badung’ 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.


Bali’s 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 – 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!