Eat, Pray, Love….Bali! It’s everything that you have heard and all that you can’t imagine. Bali, an Indonesian island, is known for its expansive rice terraces, forested volcanic landscape and seaside beach towns. Its spiritual essence is calming and provides a sense of peace in your interactions with the people and nature. If you’re looking for a solo trip, a group vacation or a getaway for lovers, Bali can be all things to any traveler. Not to mention, the value for the dollar. Start your trip in Seminyak, a lively beach town with exquisite dining, fabulous shopping by day and famous beach club parties into the night. Next, your journey continues to the beautiful heart and soul of Bali - Ubud. From here you will be immersed in the Balinese culture - visiting temples, waterfalls, wildlife and art markets. Finish your adventure in the cliffside town of Uluwatu. If it’s your first trip to this beautiful island, it most certainly will not be your last.
YOUR BALINESE ITINERARY
Day 1: Arrive into Denpasar, Bali (DSP)
Day 2: Seminyak - Day at Leisure - Shopping - Potato Head Beach Club Sunset (Recommended)
Day 3: Seminyak - Beach Club
Day 4: Seminyak - Day at Leisure/Beach Club/Massage
Day 5: Transfer to Ubud - Day at Leisure - Shopping/Sightseeing
Day 6: Ubud - Optional Excursion - Visit Rice Terraces & Jungle Swing (Recommended)
Day 7: Ubud - Day at Leisure / Optional Excursion - Balinese Cooking Class (Recommended)
Day 8: Ubud - Day Trip to Lempuyang Temple & Virgin Beach (Recommended)
Day 9: Ubud - Day at Leisure - Shopping at Ubud Art Market
Day 10: Transfer to Uluwatu - Stop at GWK, Uluwatu Temple, Monkey Forest & Kecak Dance
Day 11: Uluwatu - Day at Leisure - Beach Club - Optional Seafood Dinner on Jimbaran Bay
Day 12: Departure
Optional Excursions, Sightseeing and Things To Do:
Seminyak: Shopping at leisure, Potato Head Beach Club, Finns Beach Club, Mrs. Sippy Beach Club, Ku De Ta for Sunset, Day Spa/Massage
Ubud: Day Trip to Lempuyang Temple & Virgin Beach, Tegelalang Rice Terrace & Jungle Swing, Tegenungan Water Palace, Day Spa/Massage
Uluwatu: Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue (GWK), Monkey Forest, Kecak Dance Performance, Jimbaran Bay Seafood Dinner, Ulu Cliffside, Omnia Beach Club, Sunday’s Beach Club
OUR MUST SEE LOCATIONS
A posh beachside town that boasts world-class shopping, trendy eateries and fabulous beach club day and night parties.
The cultural center of Bali where arts and handicrafts are abound. Tap into your inner peace with massage, yoga and meditation in this peaceful and spiritual town. Don’t miss a visit to one of the famous Bali swings for your adrenaline fix (and photo opp) and the picture worthy rice terraces should certainly be added to your list. The monkey forest is a site to see, but be careful as they love to steal water bottles and sunglasses from the tourists. The options are endless with Ubud as your anchor point.
A three hour, early morning drive from Ubud will be well worth the journey for a visit to this ancient mountain temple in the east of Bali. Made famous for its instagrammable photo opp, it’s beauty and stature is worth the trip to see. It is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the region. On your route back to Ubud, stop by the breathtaking Virgin Beach to enjoy a massage on the beach, seafood lunch and a little relaxation after an early morning start. The white sand and turquoise waters are a sight to behold.
A cliffside village in the southwest tip of Bali, Indonesia, it is home to the famous Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple. Make a stop at Garuda Wisnu Kencaca, also known as GWK set in the hills of Jimbaran and featuring a stunning 397 foot tall statue of the Hindu God Vishnu and his mythical guardian eagle. It sits on a pedestal 150 feet high, making it one of the tallest landmarks in Southeast Asia. After a visit to GWK, head over to view an amazing sunset and a traditional Kecak dance performance. On a free day, experience one of the towns trendy hot spot beach clubs - Omnia, Ulu and Sundays are just a few. Spend your final evening enjoying fresh seafood on the sands of Jimbaran Bay.