Holiday in Bali
Presentation of Bali
Travel packages to Bali are among the world’s favourite for excellent reasons. The island is crammed with culture, natural beauty, and resort-style luxury. As a vibrant Hindu civilisation, it’s full of bright traditions and magical legends. You’ll find rice fields and jungles surrounded by volcanoes and ancient shrines. The locals will introduce you to their traditional masked dance and delicious cuisine. All inclusive holiday packages will show you Bali’s most popular side: its spas and luscious beach-side restaurants, but the island deserves a more thorough trip that leads you into the heart of its history and customs. Book a flight from London to Bali and experience the trip of a lifetime.
Things to Know Before Visiting Bali
After you organise your flight and hotel in Bali, you’ll need to pack for the humid weather. While you’ll get plenty of mileage out of your beachwear, take formal clothing along for the high-end restaurants. The island offers excellent surfing, so get to know the conditions before you head out. If you prefer solitude to crowds, there are plenty of hidden spots to visit. Choose flight and hotel deals that give you accommodation far away from central areas. Nusa Lembongan is quieter than Kutu and has a magical natural heritage. Bali’s locals value their spirituality, so if you visit during Nyepi, track down the ceremonies, which usually occur in the central areas. If you expect to extend your holiday, it’s best to arrange a 60-day visa before you leave. Visit us to find out why our vacation packages in Bali are among the most popular in the world.
What is the Weather in Bali
Bali has a tropical climate that maintains its warm temperatures throughout the year. The conditions are often humid, but the heat rarely rises above 27 degrees Celsius. You can plan all inclusive vacations in Bali during the rainy months of December and January if you prefer cooler weather. This is the easiest way to arrange low-cost holidays because prices are often cut by as much as 50%. The months between April and September are dry and quiet, making this the best time to visit. November’s rainfall is infrequent, and conditions are relaxed, so it’s the ideal time for travellers who prefer cooler weather. Your vacation in Bali is waiting for you.
What to do in Bali
Ubud’s traditional artist’s colony is the perfect day trip to add to your travel packages in Bali. You’ll find artisanal woodcarvings, Balinese paintings, and the Agung Museum of Art. There is also excellent hiking terrain in the area, with thick jungles, waterfalls, and cliffs to cool you down as you progress. Try to see the traditional Kecak dance when you're there, which is performed with voice percussion by male villagers. The Eastern side of the village is lined with beaches and has perfect snorkelling conditions. Fishing enthusiasts will be able to enjoy the waters at a slow, quiet pace. Horseback tours through the mangroves will let you commune with nature the old-fashioned way. If you’re lucky, you might spot some monitor lizards and macaques along the way.
Once you’ve had your fill of tradition, luxury holiday packages should provide enough time for a Balinese spa. Ubud’s Taksu Spa is among the most lavish and will treat you to a traditional massage. The Bukit Peninsula is known for its white sands and fashionable hotels, but Canggu is equally trendy. Its coastline stretches all the way from Seminyak to Tanah Lot, where surfers go to catch the most thrilling swells. Explore the world below the water on a scuba dive at Pemuteran where you’ll find a beautiful bio-rock reef rehabilitation project. You can get in touch with local craft techniques at Mas, where a community of carvers produces traditional work. You’ll see their masks in action at the Barong performances that take place near the community. After the sun goes down, visit the trendy cafes in Seminyak and Canggu. Last minute vacation packages and a flight to Bali will give you the opportunity to explore the many ancient shrines, temples, and villages on the island, so call us to plan your itinerary.
What to Eat in Bali
Bali makes for an engaging gastronomic tour. It's famous for its suckling pig, which is served on coconut husks with chillies, lime, and garlic. It’s usually accompanied by satay, caramelised crackling, and intestines. The dish is at its best in Obud’s Mejekawi. Lawar is another traditional meal made with minced meat, coconut, and vegetables. Slow cooked duck is a ceremonial dish that takes all day to prepare, so you’ll have to order it in advance. It’s often served with tamarind puree—a perfect accompaniment for balancing the richness of the meat. Balinese satay is served with coconuts and spices and barbecued over coals. The addictive "chicken rice" dish is often served at small restaurants. Don’t let the simplicity of the ingredients fool you—it’s one of the most delightful offerings on the island. Vacation package deals in Bali come with the convenience of on-site restaurants, which often serve traditional foods. Let us help you to plan your flight from Manchester to Bali.
What to Bring from Bali
- Bali is famous for its shopping, and you’ll find enough surf wear to keep you cool throughout your stay.
- Bali’s décor style is well-loved all over the world. You’ll find tribal rugs, sculpted chairs, and even Ming Dynasty ceramics.
- Vacation getaways in Bali give you the perfect chance to shop for designer clothing. Some of the world’s best designers create their collections here before shipping them out.
- Bali produces exceptional coffee and homegrown spices. Take home some almond milk chocolate, too.
- Local markets sell sarongs and beach clothing; the perfect gift to take home for your friends.
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