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BORNEO SINGAPORE INDONESIA Padang
Banjarmasin Palembang Java Sea JAKARTA Bali Lombok
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Nusa Sanur Lembongan Tanjung Benoa Nusa Dua
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Contents General Information
6 Tips for planning your Bali Holiday
Kuta & Legian
Kuta & Legian Accommodation
Diving & Surfing Bali
Rice Fields, Bali
Tanjung Benoa & Nusa Dua
Tanjung Benoa & Nusa Dua Accommodation Legian Beach, Bali
Hai Tide Beach Resort Package
Bali Hai Sightseeing
Tanah Lot Temple, Tabanan
General Information Accommodation Ratings To assist with the selection of your accommodation we have created our own rating system allowing you to compare each property. These are personal ratings offered by our people from their own experience and should therefore be used as a guide only. These ratings may alter throughout the year due to a change of circumstances. Moderate accommodation with a reasonable range of rooms and facilities, with rooms furnished to a comfortable standard. Superior standard of accommodation with a wide range of rooms and facilities, and a higher standard of service. First Class accommodation with an excellent range of facilities and services. Accommodation in this rating is considered among the best in the country. Child Policy: A child is considered 2-11 years of age. Please note bedding configuration varies between properties and in some cases with different room types within a property. Some hotels also offer family bonuses and specials. Your travel consultant will help you choose the hotel to best suits you and your familyâ€™s needs. Price Indicator: The price is provided as a guide only. The actual price may differ to that indicated in this brochure due to currency fluctuations, special events, trade shows or peak periods. Your travel specialist will quote you the actual price at the time of booking. Per person pricing is based in New Zealand dollars. Look out for our "gems" of information scattered throughout our Bali brochure.
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Shoppers are spoilt in Bali. From local markets to world-class malls, save some space for a medley of take-home treasures.
Hiring a driver is a smart idea, and for two main reasons. On a practical level, you remove the worry of driving a manual in a foreign country, alongside scooters, traffic jams and livestock! Secondly, everything is planned for you. It’s less hassle, less time consuming, and you get driven from door-todoor, absorbing all the highlights.
A warung is a small, casual dining establishment, usually family owned. They don’t look flashy but they’re your go-to for authentic Balinese cuisine.
Local markets offer a dense assortment of both trinkets and foot traffic, with Sukawati Art Market well regarded as Bali’s most legendary. This two-storey hub of sellers and hagglers stocks all manner of handmade keepsakes. Malls such as the Discovery Shopping Mall and Beachwalk on Kuta Beach offer an air-conditioned escape from the heat and can be accessed directly from the beach. Bartering is mostly only accepted at markets and won’t be well received in malls or boutiques. Venture to Seminyak for designer items and if you’re looking for something more in-keeping with Bali’s harmonious reputation, sustainable and ethically-conscious stores are popping up everywhere.
From volcanoes and mountain regions, to small villages and coffee plantations, your driver will take you to sites you might not have found yourself. While discussing each location, you’ll get insider’s knowledge from a genuine local, including your driver’s personal thoughts on just about everything. Hiring a driver starts from as little as $40 per day. Prices usually cover petrol, whereas additional costs (like entrance fees) won’t be included.
Start your day at a warung serving strong Balinese coffee (kopi). Thanks to the upper region’s rich volcanic soil the coffee will please the most distinguished Kiwi palette. As for must-try dishes, babi guling (suckling pig) is a favourite. Pasted with turmeric and stuffed with at least 10 ingredients, the pig is then spit roasted over coconut husks. Bali has an overwhelming choice of beautiful restaurants, some of our favourites include Mama San Kitchen Bar Lounge, this fabulous restaurant offers old and new world influence in their Asian cuisine. For a unique setting head to Ayana Resort, home to the infamous Rock Bar! Secure your spot in time for the sunset and 360 degree views.
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Due to its protective reef and breakwaters, Sanur Beach, on the island’s east coast, is a favoured hangout for families. The entire 5 kilometres stretch is quiet and relaxed, with several restaurants, cafés and shady palm trees.
When in Bali, you’d be a fool not to indulge in a massage. Or several. In places such as Legian, Seminyak and Kuta, there’s a massage boutique every 50 metres. Simply walk in and enjoy a full body onehour massage for as little as $12.
Bali offers an infinite amount of feel-good wellness options. From spas to cheap massages, reflexology and yoga, it’s all about finding your inner calm.
When it comes to waterparks, the kids couldn't even dream of one as cool as the sprawling Waterbom Waterpark. The best in Asia, it covers all sorts of heights and frights, with slides that are a whopping 250 metres long and others that reach speeds of 70 kilometres per hour.
Food and drinks are also a bargain, with bottled water costing little more than $1, and local warungs with menu items starting from $5.
Bali Hai Reef Cruises offer a little bit of something for every family member. Departing Benoa Harbour, the full day luxury cruise sails to Lembongan Island where it moors alongside a purpose-built pontoon. With unlimited banana boat rides, a 35 metre water slide, refreshments and village excursions, there’s something for everyone.
Sanur Beach is one of the best places in Bali to partake in yoga because cheap rates are a walletfriendly $15 per lesson. And if it’s outdoor pursuits you crave, surfing lessons can be sought for $8 and you’ll get a full two hours. Or if you’d prefer an underwater experience, rent a mask and snorkel in the Coral Triangle Region for less than $15.
Bali is popular for its coffee (Kopi Luwak) which they incorporate into many spa treatments due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Chakras are meant to stimulate your ‘third eye’ and open a portal into your soul, but if that’s all a bit intense, try one of Bali’s numerous rooftop spas, with bars and resident DJs to complement a full menu of treatments. Enjoy Qigong (a form of meditation that incorporates both Yoga and Tai Chi), or if you’re a hands-on individual, try a silver workshop in Ubud, where you’ll learn traditional Balinese silver-smithing to create your own bespoke piece of jewellery.
Known as the â€˜Land of the Godsâ€™, Bali is undeniably beautiful. For a small tropical island, Bali has an amazing ability to provide something for everyone. Initially discovered by surfers for its amazing beaches, Bali is now well recognized for not only its great surf and stunning beaches, but also its diving and array of other watersports, resorts, restaurants and nightlife. Whether you enjoy crowds or a secluded beach, Bali has the lot! Each region is so unique which makes it impossible to describe Bali simply. This is largely due to the many different villages, each with their own individual charm and allure that collectively make up Bali.
Festivals and Events 2017 28 Mar 17
Known as the day of silence, Nyepi marks the celebration of the Balinese New Year in the Hindu Lunar calendar. On this day the island literally shuts down. Hotels do not accept guests arrival, facilities outside of the resort are limited, vehicles are not allowed on the streets and use of electricity is restricted.
Moving away from the main beaches, Baliâ€™s interior is a maze of fertile grassy plains, terraced rice paddies, striking lakes and vast volcanic mountains. The east coast is an area of great historical, cultural and spiritual significance with some of the most breathtaking natural scenery and idyllic village life on the island. This incredible landscape is only outdone by the warmth and friendliness of Balinese people. However you look at it, Bali is great value! Accommodation is well priced and plentiful, the shopping abundant, varied and cheap, and the food is delicious; think lemongrass, coriander, tamarind and ginger. You will never cease to be amazed at how the real beauty of Bali will reveal itself.
Experience Bali Our favourite things to see and do Dining – Having evolved over the years, Bali now has an overwhelming choice of restaurants and is a real dining destination. From cheap and cheerful, authentic Indonesian to fine dining and modern fusion, the choices are endless. For an eclectic mix of old Indonesia with a modern flair, head to Biku – blending together the unique combination of a tea lounge, restaurant, antiques and book store all in one. Mama San Kitchen Bar Lounge is a fabulous restaurant offering old and new world influence in their Asian cuisine. For a unique setting head to Ayana Resort, home to the infamous Rock Bar! Don't be late though, opening is at 4pm so be sure to secure your spot in time for sunset.
Potato Head Beach Club
Temple Visit – There are literally thousands of temples across Bali. Small devotional shrines are scattered through rice fields and often in hotel grounds. Some of the larger and more impressive temples, which are well worth visiting include Besakih (the mother temple situated in Eastern Bali), Uluwatu (perched high on a cliff on the southern coastline) and Tanah Lot (the impressive shore temple). Beach Bars – Nothing is better than watching the sun go down with an evening drink in hand. With an array of trendy beach bars in the upmarket Seminyak precinct, KU DE TA or Potato Head Beach Club are great options and the most well known. Spa Treatments – You will be amazed at the incredible number of spas available in Bali. Most hotels also have at least massage facilities, if not an established spa complex with many treatment rooms. Cooking Classes – What better way to take back memories of Bali, than to learn how to cook some of the exotic dishes that make Bali famous. Most hotels offer a cooking class and there are also a number of respected cooking schools operating regular programmes, teaching a range of Indonesian dishes.
Bali Food Safari is a progressive style dining experience, taking you on a journey through some of the most remarkable and respected restaurants in Bali. Dining tours offer an experience that surprise and engage the senses, taking you from your accommodation to an array of mystery venues in one brilliant evening, dining in a selection of the best handpicked participating restaurants, discovered and undiscovered, exploring the most exceptional and delicious delights Bali has to offer.
4 venue dining experience in Seminyak or Ubud Includes: A private driver guide for the evening and 4 venues including set meal selections (drinks are additional)
Whether you’re a new visitor or a frequenter to the island, this tour will expose you to a dining experience like no other as you sit back and let your taste-buds do the walking.
Kuta & Legian Kuta is famed for mind blowing waves and is the heart and pulse of the area, while Legian is more relaxed and laid back. Many of the Legian resorts are located on the beach with restaurants, bars and swimming pools being well placed to take advantage of the sea views and stunning sunsets. This area has also seen the opening of ‘Beachwalk’ – an exclusive retail hub full of small designer shops and great restaurants.
Dewi Sri Hotel
A great wee hotel tucked away within the tranquillity of lush, private gardens, offering a soothing mix of refined Balinese hospitality and service with modern amenities in the heart of Kuta. Grassy areas with ‘balés’ scattered around allow for a rejuvenating massage near the pool and swim-up pool bar. At poolside a weekly program of buffet evenings and live local music sets the vibe for the night.
The Camakila Legian Bali
These two family owned properties are renowned for their friendly service. Adi Dharma Cottages located on Jalan Legian is an intimate hotel, perfectly suited for those looking for budget accommodation in action central. The Adi Dharma Hotel, positioned between the main shopping drag and Kuta Beach, has 85 balconied rooms all overlooking the pool or garden.
Located directly at Legian Beach, this resort boasts 116 rooms, Salila Spa with six treatment rooms, two swimming pools, two stylish restaurants and TAO rooftop bar. The main Dala-Dala Pool is located in the heart of the property and then the signature elevated TAO infinity pool has a stunning spot overlooking the beach – with the rooftop bar attached. It’s a great location connecting you easily to Kuta or Seminyak.
Adi Dharma Cottages & Hotels
Bali Dynasty Resort
This premier beachside resort in South Kuta is renowned for its warm Balinese hospitality. The property offers six restaurants, five bars, three swimming pools including a kids pool with its own Kids Water Fun Zone and dedicated adults only pool, spa, beach club, kids club, teens club, kids playground and Trapeze School. The resort is conveniently located within walking distance of the nearby shopping centre, art markets, Waterbom Park and an extensive choice of restaurants, nightspots and entertainment venues. A wide variety of rooms catering to both the couples and family market are available, sleeping up to five people.
Kuta & Legian Accommodation
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Bali Garden Beach Resort
Enjoy the seaside location of this resort in the southern part of the island at Tuban. Just steps away from Discovery Shopping Mall and across the road from Waterbom Park, you have everything at your doorstep. With three swimming pools set amongst tropical gardens, Tari Spa as well as nine restaurants and bars, this resort spoils you for choice.
Bali Mandira Resort & Spa
Sprawling amongst beautifully landscaped gardens with stunning views across the Indian Ocean, this classical yet modern Balinese resort is located in front of the famous Legian Beach, and within walking distance to all that Legian is famous for â€“ excellent shopping, traditional markets and an array of restaurants. With facilities to cater to your every need, opt for an indulging treatment, take a dip in one of two ocean view swimming pools and chat with the barman at the swim-up bar.
A great family option with Family Rooms for four people and a fully supervised kids club and kids pool - the kids will be well looked after
Bali Niksoma Boutique Beach Resort This stunning beachside resort is small and intimate with just 57 rooms, yet large enough to offer you all the facilities required to ensure a relaxing and memorable holiday. Lounge by the infinity pool or surrender yourself to the spa. Stroll barefoot along Legian Beach before enjoying dinner at Hitana Restaurant looking out to the ocean.
Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana
This large resort sprawls over three wings all facing into the lush gardens or out to the breath-taking ocean. Large rooms with spacious bathrooms and balconies offer the comforts of a home away from home. One and Two Bedroom Suites are great choices for families. The hotel also boasts an infinity rooftop pool looking out to the ocean, as well as fantastic spa with an array of treatments. Live DJ performances during sunset with happy hours and drink promotions to be enjoyed every day.
Seminyak Although located in the northernmost region of the Kuta-Legian strip, Seminyak is a far cry from the hustle and bustle of Kuta. A favourite of artists and expatriates, it is a great place to base yourself. The restaurant scene is vibrant and eclectic and there is a contemporary nightlife, but with a more upmarket, fashionable feel to it. This trendy element is also extended to the shopping, with several resident designers and a great selection of boutique shops.
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Pelangi Bali Hotel & Spa
Located on the beautiful Seminyak Beach, this resort is only 10 minutes drive from Kuta and five minutes from the heart of Seminyak. Just a small property with only 89 rooms boasting a beachfront location, rooms are of good standard, clean and comfortable. The hotel also has a recently renovated pool, pool bar, restaurant and sunset terrace bar all situated with views of the sea.
Sense Hotel Seminyak
Sense Hotel is a semi-boutique retreat in the evolving lifestyle district of Seminyak. It is a smart base, catering to the needs of savvy travellers with 70 tastefully appointed rooms along with an array of modern facilities. The property is within easy walking distance to the beach, as well as many popular restaurants and shops that have made the area so desirable.
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The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa
This stylish 5-star beachfront resort is all about tropical sophistication with a choice of elegantly appointed guest rooms, suites and villas. Set within a charming landscape that encompasses native greenery, lily ponds and traditional thatched pavilions, offering a modern retreat with distinct Balinese touches. The Garden Wing is located across the road, including a swimming pool and swim-up bar. Opt for a stay in The Beach Wing and enjoy a private balcony or terrace with easy access to the resorts facilities. For those seeking more privacy, choose a private pool villa amongst the garden or with ocean views. Take a refreshing dip in the beach facing infinity pool or kick back on a sun lounger.
Seminyak Accommodation The Breezes Bali Resort & Spa
Centrally located in the heart of the island’s most vibrant holiday scene, wander just five minutes from the resort and you’ll find yourself on the lively Seminyak Beach. The expansive, four-tiered swimming pool is the centre piece of the resort with its own man-made beach area, colourful beach loungers and umbrellas. The swim-up Sunken Pool Bar is a hive of social activity that offers refreshing signature cocktails, a tantalising menu and daily events including nightly bingo. A large lobby area with bar and kids' corner are all on offer as well as a guest cinema. After a hectic day of shopping or lazing by the pool, head to the spa, designed with a sensual Asian aesthetic, charming lily ponds and soothing streams fostering relaxation and rejuvenation.
Famous for its great cooking school where you can try your culinary skills by learning to prepare some healthy, exotic Balinese dishes
Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa
Discover the joys of Bali’s upscale enclave at this elegant retreat with its prime beachfront location. This all-suite resort offers a distinctly contemporary design, blended with Balinese culture and matching its elegant approach to hospitality with one of the most sought after locations – Seminyak. Relax the days away in the infinity edge swimming pool providing expansive views on the nearby ocean, or just settle into a lounger and work on your Balinese suntan. For stunning sunsets, MoonLite Kitchen and Bar is the place to be seen, rooftop glamour at its finest. Let your mood dictate the setting. Glance over the wild waves and chic beach life from the open air deck.
Moonlite Kitchen and Bar
Double-Six Luxury Hotel Seminyak
Sea View Suite
Boasting a beachfront location overlooking the famous Seminyak coastline, this stunning and chic hotel is a mecca for the discerning global traveller. With first-class accommodation, the hotel offers an allsuite concept including pool access and plunge pool rooms. Indulge in a stylish lifestyle within the pure comfort of your luxurious suite; your very own butler is available on call 24/7. Take a meander down to the great lagoon style pool and simply relax. For dining options you’re spoilt for choice, Seminyak Italian Food, is a modern trattoria and is an Italian hybrid from Robert Marchetti. Increasingly popular you’ll find The Plantation Grill, a throwback to the glamour of the prohibition era of twenties-style luxury. Move on to Sling Bar, the racy martini bar open until late or head up to Double-Six Rooftop which sits atop the hotel and offers uninterrupted sea views. With its great design, hospitality and unparalleled luxury in the most sought after location, Double-Six invites you to live it all.
Premium Suite Pool Access Ocean View
Anika Balinese Cooking Class Balinese cooking is a creative process that is simple and a lot of fun. At Anika, you will learn the techniques and become familiar with fresh herbs, spices and other ingredients that make Balinese food delightfully tasty, as well as nutritious and cleansing.
Bali Temple Orientation Drive through remote back roads and visit the remarkable countryside before arriving at Taman Ayun Royal Temple, with its impressive moat and architecture. Visit Alas Kedaton then close your trip at Tanah Lot Temple, spectacularly perched on a rugged shoreline.
White Water Rafting
Land Cruise Luxury Adventure Travel by legendary Land Rover on tiny country roads and tracks, through terraced rice fields and untouched rainforest to the real heart of Bali. The picnic will be prepared while you discover fragrant spices in a tropical garden. Admire a hot mineral spring and enjoy lunch.
The action starts when you launch in to the river, navigating through 33 class II and III rapids set on a backdrop of wild unspoiled rainforest. Professionally trained guides pilot safetyequipped Avon rafts through the best river runs. End the action packed journey with a hot buffet feast.
Batur Cycling Tour Escape the crowds up in the cooler climates of Kintamani, Baliâ€™s mountain region. Wind downhill through local Balinese villages, past century-old temples and rich green rice fields. Cruise past the young boys cutting grass to feed the family cow and old men gossiping roadside sipping glasses of mountain ground coffee.
Cruise & Discover Scuba Dive (Non-certified)
Waterbom Park Home to more than 21 world class water slides and leisure activities, these exciting water slides slice through nine acres of tropical landscaped park, providing hours of fun and entertainment. Spend a day of fun in the sun or relax in the shade, perfect for the whole family.
Bali is renowned for many things, lesser known is the amazing diving environment. Lying at one of the most diverse and rich diving environments in the world, with over 3000 species of fish and hundreds of unique species found nowhere else in the world. Whether it’s your 1st or 10th time diving, you’ll be sure to see something amazing.
Shopping in Bali Bali is popular for art and culture. You will head to the interior of the island and visit the Batik factory in Batubulan village, then head on to Sukawati village – famous for producing Gold and Silver. Continue to the traditional Balinese village of Gianyar.
Uluwatu Sunset with Kecak Dance and Dinner
Luwak Trail Expedition
Drive to the southern part of Bali to visit Pura Luhur Uluwatu. Take a walk along the cliff tops and admire the beautiful ocean far below. During sunset you will start watching the Kecak dance performance – a traditional Balinese dance only performed at the end of the day. Enjoy a seafood dinner on the beach.
Depart Base Camp after your introduction and safety instructions and start driving your vehicle called 'Finn Komodo' – originally designed for farmers to access their land. Start with a fun drive down to the lake, before boarding log canoes. Take a break before heading to a coffee plantation.
Sanur Largely developed, Sanur is considered Bali’s first beach resort area but still retains its Balinese character and old style village ambience. As you stroll along the pearly white beach, don’t be surprised if the smell of incense drifts into your path, as the ancient coral-walled temples are only a stone's throw away. Calmer waters offer a lagoon style beach – great for families.
Segara Village Hotel
Located beachfront at the quiet end of Sanur, family owned and operated, this resort offers traditional Balinese style rooms and bungalows. With a recent addition of a new wing to the resort supported by a 25 metre infinity pool, there’s ample space to soak up the sun. For a more private stay and added benefits, upgrade to the Santrian Club. It’s set in a secluded, private and serene part of the resort surrounded by tropical gardens and includes a private pool and jacuzzi for club guests only.
Created to depict the atmosphere of a traditional Balinese village, this modern beachfront resort still remains true to its heritage and culture. Set amid spacious grounds which exude tropical splendor, this resort is inviting for an enchanting holiday. Take relaxing dips in three stunning swimming pools and a jacuzzi pool with swim up bar; enjoy leisurely meals beneath the stars at al fresco restaurants to satisfy your taste buds. Or lounge in the comfort of Byrdhouse Beach Club which brings stylish cocktail, culinary, and music flair to the lively boardwalk scene along Sanur beach.
Griya Santrian This well located beachfront resort in the heart of Sanur village offers a tranquil retreat in a quieter part of Bali. With lots of spaces to hide away, a choice of pools, beach activities, two restaurants down by the beach and a fabulous spa it will be your home away from home. Boasting a new wing, this area is located in a peaceful corner of the resort incorporating an additional 34 Deluxe Rooms with a design that celebrates the essence of Balinese artistry infused with contemporary elegance. With an infinity-edge pool and relaxation pavilion in the area, it also provides a stylish alternative to unwind and sunbathe in a more secluded environment away from the beach.
Tanjung Benoa & Nusa Dua Benoa Peninsula and Nusa Dua lie on the southeast corner of the island and are located along the same stretch of beach. Resorts in Nusa Dua are within a gated complex, offering 5-star service, ultimate luxury and is considered Bali’s most esteemed resort area. Benoa is still of high status but generally less expensive. The beaches are renowned for calm, clear water, ideal for swimming and snorkelling.
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa
Hilton Bali Resort, Nusa Dua
Sprawling over 23 acres of sculpted gardens, this resort hotel provides an oasis of space featuring all the elegance of a Balinese palace, exposing the rich traditions and culture, yet offers every modern amenity and convenience for a luxurious getaway. The latest additions to the resort are their Palace Club Lagoon Access Suites – a plush bedroom with spacious living room and a cosy verandah that leads directly into the lagoon pool for the ultimate in relaxation.
Blending exotic Balinese traditions with a modern tropical atmosphere, this stunning 5-star resort set atop a 40 metre cliff offers fabulous views of the Indian Ocean. Take a leisurely stroll down the walkway to the beach, retreat to a private cabana, take a refreshing dip in one of four interconnected swimming pools or make a splash as you head down the 30 metre waterslide. Made up of several towers, the resort is conceived to suit couples, friends and family alike. Guest rooms and villas are designed in a contemporary fashion with modern comforts with beautifully landscaped gardens, or picture perfect ocean views.
Lagoon Access Room
Melia Bali, Nusa Dua
Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort, Benoa
On the shores of Nusa Dua with lush tropical gardens and a gleaming white sand beach, is a unique sanctuary of exotic beauty and comfort. Melia Bali is the first in Asia to be given the distinction of EarthCheck Platinum. Enjoy contemporary rooms including the Garden Villas, set in a secluded compound area. Experience an exquisite culinary journey at the 4-resort restaurants including Asian and international cuisines. We recommend opting for the all-inclusive package, this allows for the ultimate holiday.
An ideal retreat to escape, unwind and enjoy peace of mind, this overwhelming 5-star property rests on the exclusive beaches of Tanjung Benoa. The resort’s spacious and luxurious 188 rooms and suites are decorated in a modern Balinese style and fully-equipped with modern amenities for uncompromising comfort. With such a great setting, it makes sense to stay in a room with ocean views. Or for true opulence with a touch of authentic Balinese culture and contemporary flair, stay in one of the Ocean Front Suites with their spacious balcony and daybed, overlooking the glorious views across the Indian Ocean.
Upgrade to a Premium Lagoon Access Suite to enjoy relaxation time with direct access into the beautiful resort lagoon pool
Nusa Lembongan – Hai Tide Beach Resort Package
3 day/2 night Package Staying at Hai Tide Beach Resort adds a dimension to your holiday that you won’t forget. This resort offers adventurous travellers an opportunity to relax and immerse themselves in the natural beauty and serenity of Nusa Lembongan. If you’re just planning to relax on the beach, or want to snorkel and scuba dive around Lembongan Island and beyond, staying here allows you more time to explore. The unique design of the thatched roofed lumbungs is inspired by a traditional Indonesian rice house. All lumbungs are fitted with ceiling fans, air-conditioning units, en suites and large glass doors which open out onto an intimate verandah perched two metres above a relaxing day bed. Absolute beach front lumbungs enhance the experience, as you look out over the ocean and Lembongan Bay. Day 1: Pick up from your hotel on the mainland to Benoa Harbour and take the Bali Hai II Vessel across to the Bali Hai Pontoon. At the Pontoon you will transfer over to a smaller boat to continue to the island. Upon arrival, check into your lumbungs. BBQ lunch will be served and the afternoon is at leisure. Day 2: Spend the day enjoying all the beach club facilities and inclusions. Day 3: Relax after breakfast before being transferred back to Benoa Harbour and onto your next accommodation.
Departures: Benoa Harbour / Daily Inclusions: Return hotel transfers (except Ubud, Tanah Lot, Candi Dasa, Uluwatu), return tranfers Benoa/Lembongan Island aboard MV Bali Hai II, BBQ luncheon on day of arrival at beach club, full breakfast daily and access to all beach club facilities and inclusions Price Guide From: $289
The price guide shown is per adult for twin share based on low season travel. Specials and surcharges may apply depending on travel date.
Bali Hai Sightseeing
Aristocat Luxury Sailing Catamaran Beachclub Cruise
Aristocat Evening Cruise Enjoy Bali's finest evening cruise aboard Aristocat, Bali Hai's luxury catamaran. Begin the evening with a Champagne cocktail and canapé at the marina garden before being welcomed onboard Aristocat, the 64 foot sailing catamaran, cruising to the sounds of live music and entertainment.
Aristocat is a 64 foot luxury sailing catamaran which can take up to 54 guests. Aristocat sails to the famous Bali Hai Cruises Beach Club at Lembongan Island, where guests can experience the unspoilt charms of a tropical island whilst enjoying activities and a tasty lunch.
Three Island Day Cruise Experience the fastest and most exciting full day cruise in Bali as you discover the magnificent sights of Bali’s three sister islands; Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. Cruise along towering limestone cliffs dropping straight into the sea, float by the “Hole in the Rock” or the “Manta Point Gate” and beautiful secluded, white sand beaches.
Dolphin and South Coast Bali
Lembongan Island Reef Cruise
Climb aboard Ocean Raft and jet off for an early morning dolphin tour. As a member of International Dolphin Watch, Bali Hai Cruises ensure the environmental code is upheld. These acrobatic dolphins are sure to make a great start to the day!
Enjoy a day with Bali Hai alongside a 'state-of-the-art' floating pontoon in beautiful Lembongan Bay. Activities include snorkelling, banana boat rides, a 35 metre waterslide, village excursions and semi-submersible viewings. Scuba diving and parasailing are optional extras. Lunch is included.
Villas From wanting a new holiday experience to needing a private self-contained space, villas in Bali are now a growing trend and ideal option. Most include fully equipped kitchens and dedicated butler service or personalized concierge services. Some even offer shuttle services or private drivers to take you to a restaurant for dinner, or drop you off at the nearby beach. Villas are furnished with a living area, dining and fantastic open plan environments; not forgetting the outdoor private pool to laze the day away in. Booking your own villa is perfect for that relaxed holiday house atmosphere; great for families and groups of friends travelling together, or to celebrate a special occasion.
© Peppers Seminyak
Downtown Boutique Villas – Seminyak Defining Bali’s chic cosmopolitan style, this boutique collection of nine villas, consisting of One, Two and Three Bedrooms, are discreetly ensconced within the heart of vibrant Seminyak and just five minutes from Jalan Raya Seminyak, the islands centre of fashion, dining and shopping. Offering convenience and tranquillity, the villa simplicity concept is its ultimate sophistication – pampering you with all the comforts of home, as well as a host of exotic indulgence. All villas include a private pool with sun deck and loungers, fully equipped kitchens, contemporary art and homeware, complimentary WiFi access also breakfast is served daily in your villa including a variety of dishes to choose from. Added benefits include additional facilities available at their sister property, The Breezes Bali Resort & Spa. You can also choose to have buffet breakfast at their restaurant, access to the Spa, fitness centre, large resort style swimming pool and cooking classes.
Stock up on supplies at the local Bintang Supermarket which is only a two minute walk away
Sun Island Boutique Villas & Spa – Seminyak Located off a main street on the edge of Legian and Seminyak is where you’ll find this hidden treasure. Once you enter you’ll be immersed into your own tranquil oasis. The lovely One-Bedroom Villas offer you your very own plunge pool, kitchenette, and outdoor space with private garden. If you are travelling with family or group of friends, stay in a Two-Bedroom Villa with all the comforts for a home away from home. The villa complex also has a common pool area with a restaurant and spa. Local shops and restaurants are just at your doorstep and the famous Double Six beach is an easy 500 metres wander. Added benefits include breakfast daily in your villa or the restaurant, welcome drink, fruit basket, daily afternoon tea/coffee in restaurant from 3-5pm, shuttle to Kuta (two times daily), WiFi connection and 24 hour butler service
Villas Accommodation Maca Villas & Spa – Seminyak Sitting quietly in the trendy area of Seminyak, this villa complex offers 25 villas, all with private butler service, beautiful modern furnishings, large private pools and all the mod cons within your villa. Featuring wooden interiors, spacious accommodation including pool decks, indoor and outdoor flow, flat-screen TV, iPod dock and DVD player. The bathroom has a free-standing tub to soak in and a double vanity sink. In addition to your villa comforts, you are also spoilt with a spa, large outdoor pool area with loungers, and the 'Mase Kitchen' is open all day, boasting a fabulous wine list. Or of course you can have in-villa dining. Maca Villas even roast their own coffee! It's an easy walk to Pettinget Beach and just a five minute walk to shopping and entertainment, with the option of a shuttle service on demand if this is more suitable. Added benefits include daily a la carte breakfast in-villa or at Mase Kitchen, tropical fruits upon arrival, free WiFi, daily afternoon tea, 24 hour butler service and complimentary yoga classes every Tuesday and Friday.
Villa de Daun – Kuta This exclusive boutique villa retreat consists of only 12 villas encompassed with a 2.5 acre tropical landscape, in the heart of Bali's celebrated Kuta area, but tucked away from the hustle and bustle and known as Kuta's little secret. Designed to embrace the outdoors and capture the spirit of a traditional village, each villa is set within its own garden compound that features a full length swimming pool and outdoor dining space. Bedroom suites evoke a sense of privacy with a generous canopied bed and en suite bathroom. No stay is complete without indulging in a magnificent treatment at the award-wining Dala Spa and a 30 minute invigorating foot bath on arrival awaits you. Added benefits include daily breakfast in the villas, afternoon tea and daily de daun cookies, daily tropical fresh fruit basket, daily re-stocked mini bar and butler service.
Peppers Seminyak Peppers Seminyak is a world-class contemporary and luxurious private villa resort in Seminyak on the southwest coast of Bali. Each of the 48 private One, Two, Three, Four or Five Bedroom Villas boast a swimming pool and idyllic tropical gardens. The team of attentive, yet discreet staff are dedicated to creating a truly memorable and luxurious experience. Plenty of space, modern conveniences, personalised service and attention to detail are all part and parcel of the private villa experience. These villas are a little different to most villa complexes in Bali, they have a very chic modern restaurant and bar, main pool area, gym and spa, so it's a little like being in a nice resort but with the privacy of your own villa if you prefer. Added benefits include a welcome beverage and welcome amenity upon arrival, choices of daily breakfast, hampers in-villa or á la carte restaurant menu and free WiFi.
Ubud Ubud, high in the hills in central Bali, is the cultural heart of the island and the richest region in Bali for art production. Bustling with artists, museums, markets and cultural performances, Ubud is a fascinating place to wander around. Itâ€™s a town with nooks of true refinement, chic galleries, and some fine spas. The town breathes atmosphere. Set in spectacular hillside and surrounded by terraced rice paddies, virgin jungles, lush forest and river valleys.
Hotel Tjampuhan & Spa
Champlung Sari Hotel
Legendary since 1928, this tranquil resort set into the natural beauty of two river valleys, has been the inspiration for a number of foreign artists including German painter Walter Spies. Today this hotel encompasses a collection of simply styled bungalows set into the hillside with a calming outlook to the valley below. Positioned at the base of the valley, mere metres away from the river flow, youâ€™ll find Tjampuhan Spa which evokes a sense of inner peace and serenity. Do note, the hotel is on steep incline with a large number of stairs.
This restful retreat is set within landscaped gardens at the edge of Ubud's sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary allowing for a short stroll to the restaurants and shops in the area. Clusters of comfortably appointed guest rooms are scattered across the property in a style that recreates the ambience of a traditional Balinese village.
Pita Maha Resort & Spa
Alila Ubud is a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley in Bali's central foothills, only 15 minutes from Ubud, the island's cultural heart. Blending contemporary design and traditional Balinese architecture, the courtyards, spacious terraces and private gardens of this charming boutique hotel create an intimate feeling like no other.
Located five minutes from central Ubud, this beautiful resort is etched into a hillside overlooking the Tjampuhan ridge. Reminiscent of a Balinese village, 24 private villas can be found within the lush compounds. Each villa is characterised by its own distinct style and sense of artistry, homage towards the surrounding environment and local Ubud culture. The Pita Maha Spa is nestled within a secluded part of the resort and offers a treatment menu inspired by ancient Balinese healing practices to promote health, beauty and vitality.
Ubud Accommodation Alaya Ubud An unpretentious boutique resort with easy access to Ubud Village and the Monkey Forest, with a stylish environment surrounded by natural beauty. This property has been designed to reflect Bali as an artistic destination. It offers warm hospitality and a distinct sense of belonging that is truly unique to the island of Bali. Offering three tastefully appointed accommodation categories, all are designed with the same meticulous attention to detail that is full of visual appeal with no compromise to personal comfort or convenience. The award-winning DaLa Spa encompasses six customised treatment rooms in a serene garden against a flowing river backdrop. This exclusive facility has been designed to take the experience of true Balinese relaxation to the next level, in a setting that is sensitive to the surrounding environment. In addition to this, the hotel also has an outdoor pool, two restaurants and bar.
Maya Ubud Resort & Spa Sitting in splendid seclusion, bordered by the dramatic Pentanu River Valley and the verdant rice fields of Peliatan, lies this tranquil haven. The 25 acre tract of land is amongst tropical gardens, architect designed thatched buildings and luxury guestrooms. â€˜The Spaâ€™ at Maya is nestled along the river and has private double and single treatment pavilions, offering revitalising treatments that refresh your body and soul. Other recreational facilities include two swimming pools, tennis court, golf putting green, yoga pavillion and gym, village trekking, nature excursions and mountain biking. A shuttle bus also links the resort to the nearby Ubud township.
For a more romantic getaway upgrade to a Villa, either in the gardens or a Pool Villa for your own private plunge pool
The Royal Pita Maha Located in the spiritually revered and picturesque area of Kedewatan in Ubud, this awesome atmosphere is enriched with its celestrial history. Overlooking the Ayung River, the resort is a luxurious expression of the true essence of Bali â€“ an ideal place to be pampered, a place of healing, reflection, contemplation, meditation and serenity. Constructed with traditional design methods and an acute sensitivity to the environment, it is fully integrated into the surrounding landscape of sweeping rice terraces, river gorges and tropical woodlands. With an all villa concept, each comprises of its own private garden and swimming pool this is your ultimate Bali retreat. A resort of truly unparalleled luxury and beauty, superb wining and dining options are also presented to tantalise your taste buds, whilst the Royal Kirana Spa provides sanctuary for rejuvenation with a high-end menu of luxurious body and beauty rituals.
Royal Pool Villa
The Datu Swing, Gili Trawangan
A perfect day in Gili Islands
Picture this, white sandy beaches, coconut palms, turquoise seas, no
cars or motorbikes and absolute relaxation. No it's not a dream, you're in the Gili Islands. Made up of three small islands located just off the northwest tip of Lombok and accessible by boat or plane. The Gili Islands are a popular destination for those seeking a remote island experience and also keen divers or snorkelers – the islands are surrounded by coral reefs. Gili Trawangan, or Gili T for short, is the largest of the islands and the most well-known. Considered as the most lively of the islands, you're spoilt for choice with pubs, clubs, restaurants and dive centres. Walk the entire island circumference in around two hours, you'll be sure to find your own little private sunbathing spot. Gili Meno, the smallest and quietest of the three Gilis, but don't let this put you off, this island has the best beaches of them all. With crystal clear waters and secluded white beaches, you are forced to relax on this laid back island, and great for a romantic getaway to flop and drop. Gili Air is the perfect mix of the other two islands. With plenty of bars, restaurants and dive centres to keep you entertained as well as unspoilt white sandy beaches and great snorkelling spots. Gili Air is a great place for those searching for relaxation and a more local experience.
Our favourite things to see and do The Datu Swing – For a truly unique, truly Gili Island experience, head to the Ombak Sunset resort on Gili Trawangan. Here you'll find the iconic swing built into the ocean floor where you and your loved ones can sit and take in the breath-taking views of the sun setting behind Mt Agung with a drink in hand. Pasar Malam Night Market – Located in front of the art market near the Gili Trawangan Pier you'll find the popular night market. Grab a drink from the ice box and try a different dish every night for about $5. Indulge in local eats, including tangy noodle soup, grilled fresh fish and of course a good old Nasi Goreng. Sea Turtle Encounters – Get up close and personal with cute baby turtles at the Turtle Sanctuary on Gili Meno. Here the turtles are nurtured until they're around eight months old, and then released back into the wild. Make sure you plan your trip so you are there during a release. If you can't make it to the sanctuary, you will have plenty of opportunities to see turtles whilst snorkelling around any of the three islands. Gili Air Cooking School – Learn to cook like a local, with a local at Gili Air Cooking School. Totally focused on the traditional Indonesian cuisine and using the freshest local and seasonal products, learn from the best to ensure you can take these new found skills home with you. Diving & Snorkelling – Known as one of the world’s cheapest and safest places to learn to dive, you’ll find diving spots galore as well as dive schools. You’re sure to encounter turtles, eels, reef sharks, sunken piers, mantas, stingrays and plenty of vibrant sea life. Finding the best snorkelling spot around the islands isn’t hard to do; don you snorkel and flippers and step off the beach and you're surrounded by dynamic coral reefs. Island Hop – Public boats between the Gilis operate twice a day and cost next to nothing, it's the best way to find out which Gili Island is your favourite.
Our favourite places to stay: • • •
Sunrise Gili Air Mahamaya Boutique Resort, Gili Meno Hotel Villa Ombok, Gili Trawangan
Sunset Bar Hop – Grab yourself a Bintang and hit the beach bars on the southwest side of the islands for the most spectacular sunsets. As the sun disappears, the bonfires are lit and your evening on the beach begins.
Diving & Surfing
5 days/4 nights
5 days/4 nights
No need for wetsuits here, grab your boardies and hit the waves. With water temperatures ranging between 26-28 degrees all year round and swells reaching up to 12 foot, Bali is a surfers dream. Head south from Kuta and explore the Bukit Peninsular, where the beaches are beautiful, waves are pumping and the locals are friendly.
If you wish to explore some world-class diving, then Bali should definitely be on your travel agenda. Experience a great introduction to Bali's underwater life at the eastern tip of the island. Here is home to hundreds of fish species, coral and the famous USAT Liberty Wreck, an ideal diving site for any experience level.
Day 1-2: Kuta – Jimbaran Bay Head south stopping at Kuta Reef for fast, powerful barrels. This evening head out for a famous seafood dinner at Jimbaran Bay with more than 30 restaurants to choose from. Check out Rock Bar, perched 14m above the waves, for sunset cocktails, exceptional views and world-class DJs.
Day 1: Bali Airport/Hotel – Candidasa Journey to the small seaside town of Candidasa for a relaxing day of leisure.
Day 3: Jimbaran Bay – Padang Padang Beach Start at Balangan Beach, here you’ll find minimal crowds and a long, left hand ride. Onto the famous Dreamland Beach, 100m of white sand and long regarded for its killer surf waves. The final surf of the day is the ever consistent Bingin Beach, with world class waves and limited crowds. Day 4: Padang Padang Beach – Uluwatu Surf the “Balinese Pipeline” of Padang Padang Beach before heading to the legendary surf spot, Uluwatu. Known for its consistent good quality surf, a variety of breaks and great conditions throughout the day. Beware, these waves should only be surfed by experienced surfers. Day 5: Uluwatu – Nusa Dua Stop at Nyang Nyang beach with a 600 step journey, this secret spot is a must see. Next is Green Bowl, totally unspoilt where you may even get the waves all to yourself. End at Pandawa Beach, a beautiful one kilometre stretch of beach hidden behind large carved limestone cliffs. Grab a bite to eat at one of the local warungs before ending your journey in Nusa Dua.
Day 2: Candidasa – Tulamben Today head to Pasir Putih, one of Bali’s beautiful hidden beaches and used for the movie “Eat, Pray, Love” before making your way to Tirta Gangga. Boasting many decorative ponds and fountains with lush plant life and natural bathing pools. Day 3: Diving Tulamben It's time for your first dive around the USAT Liberty Wreck, an old US Army cargo ship that was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942. In the evening you will have the chance to do a night dive, or just relax and indulge in a traditional Balinese massage. Day 4: Tulamben – Sanur Start your day with a morning dive before tucking into a beautiful sunrise breakfast. Jump in for another dive before heading back to the south of Bali, passing through rice paddy fields. Day 5: Sanur Your arrangements end after a sumptuous breakfast.
Hire a driver and vehicle from: $40 per day
Departures: Bali Airport/Hotel
Our favourite places to stay: • Abi Bali Resort & Villa, Jimbaran Bay • Suraga Padang Padang • InterContinental Bali Resort, Jimbaran Bay • Alila Villas Uluwatu
Inclusions: 4 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, 3 lunches, 1 dinner, all entrance fees and tours, 5-6 dives including equipment, certified dive instructor, dive insurance, English speaking local guide and transportation Price Guide From: $1549
USAT Liberty Wreck
Jimbaran Beach Balangan Beach Dreamland Beach
Nusa Dua Beach
Bingin Beach Padang Padang Beach
Nyang Nyang Beach
Pandawa Beach Green Bowl Beach
The price guide shown is per adult for twin share based on low season travel. Specials and surcharges may apply depending on travel date.
West Bali National Park
Mt Batur Kintamani
Lake Batur Mt Agung
7 days/6 nights
Tirta Empul Temple Gunung Kawi Temple
Discover the real beauty of Bali as you head away from the crowds adding some serenity to your holiday in the Bali countryside. Embrace the local way of life and try truly authentic, cultural experiences that you will never forget.
Day 1: Bali Airport/Hotel – Ubud Ubud is well known as the art centre of Bali, home to many local and foreign artists. Experience Ubud’s charm and laid back village atmosphere, where days can become weeks and weeks can become months. Day 2: Ubud-Kintamani-Guliang Visit Gunung Kawi temple, accessible by 315 stone steps passing through spectacular rice terraces. Continue via well-known Tirta Empul Temple and onto Kintamani for spectacular views over Lake Batur and its volcano, Mt Batur. Jump onboard your jeep and start your adventure downhill across black lava trails and into lava caves on this active volcano. Day 3: Guliang Learn the art of the beautiful Balinese Canang Sari, the daily Balinese Hindu offering. Become a farmer for the day, present your canang sari as you enter the rice field, learning how to plant and harvest rice. Day 4: Guiliang – Candi Dasa Visit the traditional village of Pengelipuran to observe the original architecture of the Balinese. On the way to Mt Agung, stop by Basakih temple, the largest and most important temple in Bali. Retire for the evening in Candidasa, a sleepy seaside resort town. Day 5: Candidasa – Amed Set off on a two hour trek through from Tenganan via Tenganan village. Continue onto Tirta Gangga Water Palace for a scenic lunch, and onto the fisherman village of Amed for a relaxing afternoon. Day 6: Amed – Sanur/Nusa Dua Grab your snorkel and fins and hit the water. You're in for a treat with these crystal clear waters filled with abundant sea life and mesmerizing coral.
Tirta Gangga Water Palace
Tenganan Aga Village Candidasa Beach
Nusa Lemongan Nusa Penida
Nusa Dua Beach Uluwatu
Highlights worth seeing along the way Petulu – Home to thousands of white herons who nest along the road throughout the village, and are believed to bring good luck. Grab a drink at one of the local warungs and enjoy the spectacle. Warning: Walk quickly under the trees if the herons are roosting. Tirta Empul Temple – Meaning "holy water spring”, discovered in AD962 and believed to have magical powers. Famous for its holy water that escapes via 12 fountains, where Balinese Hindus go to for ritual purification. Besakih Temple – Known as the “Mother Temple” for over 1000 years, sitting 1000 metres high on the slopes of Mt Agung. Comprising of 86 temples and surrounded by scenic rice paddies, mountains and streams. Tirta Gangga Water Palace – A sacred water palace built in the early twentieth century by the last king of Karangasem. Boasting decorative ponds, fountains, lush plant life and natural bathing pools. Amed – This town is famous for it’s beaches, lined with traditional outrigger fishing boats and most popular with divers heading out to see the USAT Liberty wreck.
Day 7: Day of leisure in Sanur/Nusa Dua Make the most of one last morning before your arrangements end at the airport or chosen hotel.
Departures: Bali Airport/Hotel Inclusions: 7 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, 5 lunches, 2 dinners, all entrance fees and tours, English speaking local guide and transportation by private air-conditioned vehicles Price Guide From: $1169
The price guide shown is per adult for twin share based on low season travel. Specials and surcharges may apply depending on travel date.
Bali Profound 11 days/10 nights
West Bali National Park
Buddhist Monastery of Brahma Vihara Arama
Travel like no other on this experience, created especially for nature lovers and those seeking local encounters. Explore the rich history and culture with temple and local village visits, witness the breath-taking landscapes and nature highlights Bali has to offer.
Munduk Jutiluwih Rice Terrace
Day 1-2: Bali Airport/Hotel – Sanur - Munduk See one of the most famous temples in Bali, Tanah Lot, on the way to the UNESCO Heritage-listed Jatiluwih Rice Terraces.
Day 3: Munduk - Pemuteran Start with a short trek through the rainforest, then jump on a traditional wooden boat as you cross the twin lakes of Buyan and Tamblingan. Day 4: Pemuteran – Menjangan Island - Pemuteran Enjoy a day trip to Menjangan Island for a chance to snorkel with turtles, sharks and plenty of other marine species. Day 5: Pemuteran - Lovina Rise early for a bird watching tour, or just simply relax for the day before heading to the Buddhist Monastery of Brahma Vihara. Day 6: Lovina - Guliang Spend the morning dolphin watching. Pass through local villages this afternoon on your way to the hidden paradise, Sekumpul Waterfall, with views over Lake Batur and it’s volcano. Day 7: Guliang Become a Bali farmer for the day as join in with the locals in their everyday lives. End the day in Gianyar for a local food experience. Day 8: Guliang – Ubud Stop at Gunung Kawi Temple and Ubud’s Royal Palace. Head to Ubud market for a spot of shopping, and visit the famous Monkey Forest.
Nusa Lemongan Nusa Penida
Highlights worth seeing along the way Ulun Danu Bratan Temple – A famous landmark and significant temple complex located in Bedugul. The smooth reflective surface of the lake surrounding most of the temple’s base creates a unique floating impression, while the mountain range of the Bedugul region encircling the lake provides the temple with a scenic backdrop. Buddhist Monastery of Brahma Vihara – Bali’s largest Buddhist monastery. Comprising of a hectare of hillside, with numerous meditation rooms, libraries, beautiful gardens, and an impressive mini replica of the world's largest Buddhist archaeological site, Borobudur. Sekumpul Waterfall – One of Bali’s hidden paradises. A group of seven waterfalls separated by dense green valley, offering pure tranquillity. Ubud Markets – Where the author of Eat, Pray, Love found her inspiration and love for Bali. Barter to your hearts content for beautiful Balinese art and knick knacks.
Day 9-11: Ubud – Sanur Experience one of Bali’s most impressive temples, Uluwatu Temple, perched above the sea at the westernmost tip of the peninsula. Enjoy these free days to relax and enjoy the Bali sunshine in Sanur.
Departures: Bali Airport/Hotel Inclusions: 10 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, 6 lunches, 2 dinners, all entrance fees and tours, English speaking local guide and transportation by private air-conditioned vehicles Price Guide From: $1595
8 days/7 nights
7 days/6 nights
From pristine beaches to temples surrounded by jungle, Bali is a land loaded with cultural and natural highlights. This well-packed adventure offers up the perfect blend of the island’s highlights and free time to get off the beaten path. With its excellent food, artists, and an island steeped in culture, Bali is truly an unforgettable experience.
The impossibly beautiful coastlines of Bali and Lombok have to be seen to be believed. And the best way to see them? From the deck of a catamaran, of course. This sailing adventure through paradise will introduce you to the fabulous Gili Islands in a blur of snorkelling excursions, kayaking tours, beachfront bars, yoga sessions, and all the mellowing-out you can handle.
Day 1: Arrive Sanur
Day 1: Set sail from Benoa Marina – Nusa Penida
Day 2: Sanur – Munduk Visit the Lake Danu Bratan Temple and enjoy a walk through the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. Arrive at Munduk for a homestay and delicious Balinese cuisine.
Day 2: Nusa Penida – Gili Gede Cruise to Gili Gede, part of a small group of islands off the southwest coast of Lombok. Enjoy the scenery and visit some of the surrounding islands.
Day 3: Munduk – Kintamani Drive through lush rice fields and winding mountain roads to Kintamani for a dip in the local hot springs. Take a wander through town and mix with the locals, visit the market, and marvel at the variety of local produce for sale.
Day 3: Gili Gede – Gili Nanggu Continue sailing east towards lush Gili Nanggu.
Day 4: Kintamani – Ubud Opt for a sunrise hike to the top of Mt Batur before travelling to the cultural heart of Bali, stopping for lunch at the G Adventures supported Bali Community Training Lunch Program. Arrive in Ubud in the late afternoon for an orientation walk and some free time. Day 5: Ubud Enjoy a free day to explore exactly what interests you in Ubud. Opt to visit the Monkey Forest, numerous temples, rice paddies, and markets. In the evening enjoy a traditional Kecak dance performance. Day 6: Ubud – Candidasa Visit Besakih Temple, the largest Hindu temple in Bali, before the journey to Candidasa, a superb beach location perfect for relaxing.
Day 4: Gili Nanggu – Senggigi Sail to Senggigi, a town with beach bars perfect for chilling out. Day 5: Senggigi – Gili Air Sail to the three most famous Gilis – Air, Meno, and Trawangan. These beautiful islands do not allow motorised vehicles and each has a turtle conservation initiative. Snorkel around the islands and, if you're lucky, spot sea turtles. Day 6: Gili Air – Nusa Lembongan Cruise to Lembongan island in the morning. Upon arrival, opt for snorkelling, surfing, a massage, a yoga class, or relax at one of the beachfront bars. Day 7: Bali Sail back to Benoa Marina whilst relaxing onboard the catamaran. Read a book and enjoy the wind through the sails.
Day 7-8: Candidasa Explore the coast and legendary white sandy beaches of Candidasa. This is also the place for a massage, a yoga class and diving. Arrive in Kintamani with its breathtaking views of Lake Batur and the Batur crater.
Departures: Sanur ( Jan-Dec 17)
Departures: Benoa Harbour ( Jul-Nov 17)
Inclusions: 7 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, 1 lunch, 1 dinner, transportation, Chief Experience Officer and local guides
Inclusions: 4 nights accommodation onboard a catamaran, all meals, snorkelling equipment, Chief Experience Officer, skipper and cook
Price Guide From: $1269
Price Guide From: $2339
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Please read these booking conditions carefully CONSUMER GUARANTEES ACT The guarantees under the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 will apply to services supplied by us except where they are acquired, or held out as being acquired for business purposes. 1. OUR SERVICES AND OBLIGATIONS 1.1 House of Travel Ltd ('we' or 'us' as the case may be) supply services consisting of arranging and co-ordinating travel facilities and services, and making bookings and issuing vouchers to be redeemed by suppliers of travel, entertainment, and accommodation facilities or services ('Suppliers'). House of Travel Ltd is part of the House of Travel group. 1.2 We undertake to perform these services with reasonable care and skill. We will not be liable for any loss or damage which results from the act, default or omission of any person other than ourselves, our employees or agents, or any cause independent of human control. This includes (but is not limited to), loss or damage which arises directly or indirectly from any act of God, weather disruptions, dangers incidental to the sea, fire, breakdown in machinery or equipment, acts of Governments or other authorities de jure or de facto, wars whether declared or not, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, deaths, pilferage, epidemics, quarantines or medical or customs regulations.
booking, you should ask your travel agent whether they are aware of any changes to the published information. You should also make sure that if your travel agent is advised of changes which occur after booking, your travel agent is able to contact you. 4.3 Maps and Photographs: Maps are shown for general information and may not necessarily reflect actual routings, locations or services provided. Photographs may show places in the geographic area which are not included in your booking. Hotel room photographs may not be the actual room occupied. 4.4 Property Information: Descriptions featured in this brochure are drawn from information provided by our Suppliers. Any facilities or services shown are subject to change at any time. Please advise your travel agent if you have any special requirements. 4.5 Room Bedding: Prices in this brochure are based on existing bedding in the room. Requests for specific bedding arrangements must be made at the time of booking but can not be guaranteed. For example, twin share may consist of single beds or a shared double bed.
by Suppliers and travel agents are beyond our control and you should check with your travel agent regarding what cancellation fees may be applicable. 8.3 We strongly recommend that you insure yourself fully against cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances. See Section 10. 9. RESERVATION AMENDMENTS We are happy to incorporate any reasonable amendments you request. An amendment constitutes a change to an existing booking and will attract a $25 fee per amendment prior to final payment and the issuing of the travel documents, and a $50 fee per amendment after travel documents have been issued. These fees are to cover administration and communication costs. You may also be required to pay any Supplier imposed fees. 10. INSURANCE We strongly recommend that you insure yourself fully against cancellation, loss of luggage and personal property, and medical expenses. Your travel agent will be able to provide you with further information.
1.3 We are not able to exercise control over services we do not supply directly, therefore we will not be responsible for any loss or damage arising from:
4.6 Rental Cars: We cannot guarantee to provide a particular model or colour within the car category. Availability of car categories is subject to confirmation at the time of booking. We reserve the right to substitute different models. If a vehicle is returned prior to the end of the reserved rental period or if the vehicle is picked up later than the reserved date, NO REFUND will be made for unused rental days
- Any booking made directly with a service Supplier by your travel agent, or
5.1 The price indicator is provided as a guide only. It is based on low season, per adult share twin pricing and is correct at the time of printing. The actual price may differ to that indicated due to currency fluctuations, special events, trade shows or peak periods. Price indicators for hotels are per person per night for share twin in a standard room (except for villas or if specified). Price indicators for packages are based on per adult for share twin based on low season travel. Pricing is based in New Zealand dollars.
For all holidays in this brochure you will require a valid passport. You are responsible for arranging your own passport, visa and health requirements including inoculation. You should check with your travel agent who will be able to provide you with the necessary information.
- Any services which are not directly provided by us and which are additional to those recorded in clause 1.1 above. 1.4 We will endeavour to provide the most suitable travel arrangements to meet the particular requirements you make known to us. However, travel is an individual experience, and your preferences and opinions may vary from our own. For this reason, we cannot take responsibility for your individual satisfaction. 2. SUPPLY OF TRAVEL, ENTERTAINMENT AND ACCOMMODATION SERVICES AND FACILITIES 2.1 When we make bookings with Suppliers, we are acting as a booking agent for such Supplier. 2.2 All travel, entertainment, and accommodation facilities or services are supplied directly to you by the Suppliers. We have no control over the facilities or services themselves, or the manner in which they are provided by the Suppliers. Therefore you should be aware of the following conditions: - We will not be liable for any loss or damage of any kind which may arise from your use or consumption of, or inability to use or consume those facilities or services. - The provision of those facilities or services is subject to the terms and conditions of your contract with each Supplier. - Where for any reason, a Supplier is unable to provide particular facilities or services, then that Supplier may be entitled, under its contract with you, to substitute those services or facilities with comparable or equivalent facilities or services without incurring any liability to you. You should check your contract with each Supplier. - All facilities or services described by us are subject to availability from the Supplier. - We will not be liable or responsible for any loss or damage relating to your baggage, personal possessions, health or welfare, or delays or travel disruptions unless these arise directly from the service we provide to you. 3. BUSINESS PURPOSES You agree that where our services are acquired for business purposes, or where you hold yourself out as acquiring our services for business purposes, the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 will not apply to any supply of goods or services made under these conditions, and we will not be liable or responsible for any loss or damage of any kind to you, including any consequential loss or damage however it may be caused.
5.2 We will guarantee the price of the portion of the booking as processed by us, against currency fluctuation for a period of seven (7) days from the time of confirmation of the booking; note: special conditions apply for cruise bookings. It is the responsibility of your travel agent to advise you of the date of confirmation. If your booking remains unpaid after the seven (7) day guarantee period it will be subject to currency fluctuation, up to the time full payment is received by us. 5.3 Events beyond our control, such as changes to the prices of aviation fuel or changes to the cost of services or facilities may result in the prices charged to you being different from those shown in the brochure. You should check all prices with your travel agent before making reservations, and before ticketing. 5.4 Prices may also be liable to variation between the time of booking and the date of departure due to events beyond our control. Due to unforeseen events we reserve the right to vary the price up to the time of your departure.
Unless otherwise specified, the cost of airfares, meals, drinks, laundry, insurance, sightseeing, transfers, local taxes, airport departure taxes, Airline imposed insurance levies, passenger service charges and Passport or Visa application fees are not included.
13. NON-USE OF SERVICES OR FACILITIES If, of your own choice, you decide not to use part or parts of the arranged services or facilities, you will not be entitled to a refund from us (provided we have carried out our service with reasonable skill and care and to your requirements) and you may not be entitled to a refund from any Supplier. 14. HEALTH OR DISABILITY Some Suppliers may reserve the right to refuse to carry or accommodate people who because of a health condition or disability may require services or facilities to be provided in a special manner. You should check this with your travel agent. 15. SERVICE SATISFACTION During your holiday, if you encounter any situation where the service supplied to you does not meet your satisfaction, please take the matter up with the Supplier immediately. Your contract for each service is with the Supplier. If this is not possible immediately, or if you are still dissatisfied, please contact your travel agent. Both we and your travel agent will endeavour to investigate on your behalf and to negotiate with the Supplier to resolve the matter as soon as possible, so that you continue to enjoy your journey.
6. HOUSE OF TRAVEL ACCOMMODATION RATINGS To assist you with the selection of your accommodation, we have created our own rating system allowing you to compare each property. Please note that these gradings are to be used as a guide only and may alter throughout the year due to a change of circumstances. Please check with your House of Travel consultant to ensure you get the property that best suits your needs. 7. PAYMENT 7.1 A non-refundable deposit will be required by your travel agent and must be paid at the time of booking. This is in addition to any deposits imposed by Suppliers. 7.2 A communication charge may be made for bookings requested less than 72 hours prior to departure. 7.3 Final payment must be made in full before we can release travel documents (including tickets).
4. INFORMATION IN THIS BROCHURE
4.1 While we attempt to ensure that the contents of this brochure are correct, accurate, and up to date at the time of printing, the contents of this brochure are drawn from information supplied to us by Suppliers. We do not have, and cannot be reasonably expected to have, personal knowledge about all of the facilities or services provided by each Supplier.
8.1 If you wish to cancel your booking for any reason, you must advise us in writing through your travel agent as soon as possible.
4.2 Facilities or services may change after the date of printing. We endeavour to keep travel agents informed of any changes to information in this brochure which are brought to our attention. Prior to completing your
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8.2 If you cancel your booking or any part of your booking, we will impose a cancellation fee in respect of each person travelling under that booking. You must also pay all cancellation fees imposed by Suppliers and your travel agent. These cancellation fees are required to offset booking, communication, and administrative charges which have already been incurred by us, Suppliers and your travel agent. Cancellation fees imposed
16. LEGAL CLAIMS Any claims or legal action in connection with the provision of our services to you will be governed by the laws of New Zealand. Any claim or legal action against the Suppliers is likely to be subject to the terms of your contract with them, and may be governed by the laws of other countries.
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