Eight-Day Southern Bali Tour (64% Discount Voucher)

Bali may be small in size – you can drive around the entire coast in one long day – but its prominence as a destination is huge, and rightfully so. Ask travellers what Bali means to them and you’ll get as many answers as there are flowers on a frangipani tree.

Virescent rice terraces, pulse-pounding surf, enchanting temple ceremonies, mesmerising dance performances and ribbons of beaches are just some of the images people cherish.

Eight-Day Bali Tour with Guided Island Tour, Hotel Accommodations, and Some Meals

This eight-day Bali tour includes some leisurely beach time in South Bali as well as guided visits to a sacred bat cave in Goa Lawah, a Balinese fishing village, Banjar hot springs, and the island’s bustling Ubud art market.

Days 1–2: After your flight arrives in Bali, you’ll head to your hotel in South Bali, where you will spend the next two nights.

The next day there’s no fixed itinerary. That leaves you free to check out Kuta, a beach town, where you can go surfing and kayaking or just stroll the boardwalk.

Kuta, known as a surfer’s paradise, is an ideal vacation spot. Sandy beaches with clean, clear waters make Kuta one of the best Balinese beaches, ideal for surfing enthusiasts. While vacationing in Kuta, be sure to enjoy the Kuta beach, which offers a breathtaking view of the sunset.

Waterbom water park boasts more than a dozen water slides surrounded by lush tropical foliage. Kuta is also known for its fast-paced nightlife; it has late-night discos and bars with drag shows that stay open well past midnight.

Day 3: Bright and early, you’ll make your way to the vibrant Ubud market. On the way, you’ll visit a traditional woodworking village and a rice field. In Batubulan village, natives don a massive lion costume and colorful garb to perform the elaborate Barong dance accompanied by metal gongs.

Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali, lures visitors from all around the world to its enchanting dances, art galleries, ceremonial procession, luxurious spas and divine restaurants. The pace of life in Ubud, set on the dramatic Ayung River, is a sharp contrast to the chaos in the south of the island.

Many people spend their days here being pampered in spas, taking yoga classes, relaxing in the town’s fantastic cafes and taking the occasional stroll through the surrounding rice fields.

Day 4: The hilltop Kehen Templedates back to the 11th century and features a courtyard surrounded by walls made of porcelain. Eight stone terraces are girded by intricately carved statues depicting Hindu deities.

First of all, eyes are deprived by a splendid stone engraving of the stairs when arriving at the temple. Go up to this temple built by using the inclination of the mountain in the long flight of stairs until going to the gate.

Goa Lawah, another 11th-century temple, features a sacred cave where thousands of fruit bats suspend from the ceiling and pythons slink across the floor. Gua Lawah or Bat Cave is one of favorite places of interest in Bali and it is located near of hilly bank so it is called reef of Middle hill.

This cave is located in Pasinggahan countryside, Dawan sub district, Klungkung Regency, east part of Bali and about 1,5 hours from Denpasar Town.

Day 5: You’ll meander toward Karangasem’s Rendang village, which has some impressive views of the Agung volcano.

In Karangasem, you can also see the peak of Agung from Besakih Temple, one of the island’s largest and most cherished temples. The day closes out with overnight accommodations in Singaraja-Lovina, famous for its black-sand beaches.

Day 6: After a hearty breakfast, feel free to relax in the Banjar hot springs; many people believe they possess healing powers. Hills above the Lovina Beach, located in the north of Bali, the Banjar Hot Springs are raised with lush tropical plants. They look inspiring because of their healing character and naturally hot wellspring.

The popular resort town of Bedugul roosts some 4,500 feet above sea level and encompasses three lakes. Arguably, the highlight of this leg of the tour would be Tanah Lot, a temple that rests on a rock island surrounded by thrashing ocean waves.

It is located in Tabanan regency, west part of Bali about 1 hour from Denpasar’s airport. It is situated on a big rock with the wide Indian Ocean apposite it and it is bless with the spectacular view of sunset.

Days 7–8: Your last full day in Bali is all yours to spend at leisure; the next morning, you’ll catch your flight back home.

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