Be sure to visit some of the highlights of Bali during your holiday.

See the real Bali on a downhill bike tour, swim with dolphins, visit nearby towns, temples and markets. 

Ask your villa housekeeper to help with tour arrangements. The advantage of organised tours like these (even though it may cost slightly more) is that the driver is experienced in going to these places and will take care of all the details. 

Popular Tours in Bali

A unique experience is to swim with dolphins, check out Bali Dolphin Swimming.  

White water rafting is a big drawcard in Bali, check out Bali Adventure Tours

Kintamani Volcano; Rice Fields; Elephant Cave; Ubud – markets, antiques and art galleries; horse-riding on the beach; mountain-bike trek; Bali zoo. This list is endless!!

 

Kintamani Volcano Tour enjoy spectacular views of Mount Batur, with ribbons of black lava running down from its peak in to a valley below. Stop at the Lake View Hotel for a coffee break to view the scenery in comfort. Travel on past the stunning Tegallalang rice terraces a national heritage site.

Choose to visit the Goa Gajah elephant cave dated from the 11th century or the spectacular Monkey forest temple in the heart of Ubud village. Lunch at our secret chosen Restaurant called Indus overlooking the Ayung River. Visit the Ubud Markets or one of the traditional artist villages making silver, painting or woodcarving.

 

woman and monkey at Monkey Forest TourTanah Lot Temple & Monkey Forest Tour

Tanah Lot Temple Tour, after leaving Seminyak stop first at Taman Ayun in Mengwi, an important temple complex for Bali's Hindu population. Located on ground level with a wide moat surrounding it, then on to Alas Kedaton is a further 25 minutes drive and a temple surrounded by an overgrown monkey forest always a favourite with Tourists.

Hold on to your sunglasses and keep your camera handy for lovely pictures. Lastly Tanah Lot, Bali's most important coastal temple. Built in the 16th century on a huge rock outcrop in the sea. At low tide it is possible to walk up to the temple. Enjoy stunning sunsets across the blue ocean from the mainland.

 

Uluwatu Temple & Cultural Dance Performance

Uluwatu Tour, visit on the way the massive Garuda Wisnu Kencana Park to view the massive statue and views of Bali from one of its high points. Uluwatu is a stunning temple found on the spectacular cliff edge at the southern most point of Bali. This is also a popular haven for Bali's surfing crowd.

Enjoy the Kecak dance performed by 50 bare-chested men dancing the traditional battle dance at the temple. Some great picture opportunities here.

Stop at Jimbaran Bay to eat seafood on the beach and choose from the hundreds of cafes and enjoy dining under the stars and often a Mariachi band comes along and adds to the fun atmosphere.

VW Safari Experience

The coolest mode of transport on Bali ... a classic VW Safari. Friendly drivers will take you across the back roads of Bali through sleepy villages and terraced rice paddies. You can also book exclusively for your private group, wedding and transfer bookings, for an original twist to your transportation in Bali.
3 FUNKY TOURS:

  1. VOLCANO - travel into the interir of Balie to Kintamani the village on the ridge of the active volcano
  2. EASTERN - breathtaking views over the hills of Manggis a secluded part of Bali, centre of fruit, sea salt and ancient ways.
  3. GO WEST -  to the rural heart of Bali, spectacular temples, rice terraces, and mountain villages a great combination of all of Bali panoramas.

All choices – Group and Events include drivers and insurance.

 

 

Museum, Arts Centre & Local Denpasar Market Shopping Tour

Museum Tour, visit Bali's main Museum in Denpasar, with a splendid collection of artefacts from prehistoric times until today. Then on to the Arts’ Centre, a traditional Balinese building, which houses a permanent exhibition of modern paintings with some of the best Bali art to be found anywhere.

Finally, to the local Kumbasari local market where all kinds of arts, crafts, produce and almost anything that one can find in Bali is sold

 

 

 

outdoor markets in Ubud BaliArtisan and craft shopping in the various Bali Villages

 

BATUBULAN Home for Stone carvings: Traditional stone sculptures carved from soft volcanic rock. If you have the time in Bali, they will carve requests.

UBUD Home for paintings: The centre of the artistic scene in Bali. Originally the home of paintings in Bali but a walk along the main street of Ubud will find stores selling clothing, antiques, jewellery, home wares and handicrafts. There are also numerous Temples, ancient sites and of course, great restaurants around Ubud. You may need a day or two just to relax away from the bustle and take it all in.

CELUK Home of Silver and Goldsmiths: Huge stores hosting a wide variety of intricately designed pieces of jewellery. Bargaining is a must however the best deals can be found in the side streets where the silver and goldsmiths work and live. Earrings, bracelets rings and brooches are just some of the pieces on offer.

TEGALALANG Home of the Woodcarvers: This village and the nearby villages specialise in the carving of the soft woods into sculptures. Spend some time watching these very talented craftsmen at work and using only chisels and sand paper; they create statues from a few inches high to several metres.

 

Check out this website which gives you loads of options: http://www.bali-day-trip.com/index.html

Or this one: http://www.balidiscovery.com/