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For many people, the Indonesian island of Bali is at the top of their Bucket List for a tropical beach getaway. Bali certainly does have beaches, surfing, diving and resorts great and small, but it's the genuine warmth of the Balinese people that make it so much more than just a fun-in-the-sun destination.

The Island's Interior

Bali definitely deserves exploration - away from the beaches there are volcanic peaks, dense forests, vivid green paddy fields and temples.


It’s a long flight to get here, so you should definitely consider a 2-centre holiday – twinning one of the coastal resorts with a stay in Ubud, the spiritual heart of Bali, and where the fascinating culture of the island is most accessible.

The Beaches

There are numerous resorts to choose from- you just need to make sure you select the right beach resort for your needs, whether you’re looking for a lively resort such as Seminyak or somewhere a bit more laid-back like Sanur.



It’s worth remembering that although Bali is so far away, the best time to visit is in our Spring and Summer – the wet season here starts in October and runs through until March.


Spend time away from the beach and visit the Tanah Lot temple on the south coast. At high tide you need to get a boat to visit but at low tide you can simply walk across a from the mainland.

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