July 7 – 16
3 Star hotels
Let’s dive deep into Bali group tour itinerary and get ready to explore the most popular tourist attractions in Bali;
On the first day of out Bali group trip, We’ll drive to hotel, take a small nap after long flight & once the sun goes down, we will head out by 4ish for the Ridge walk and rice fields. You can expect to see a lot of temple, intricate designs and amazing eateries too.
Ubud is treasure trove of cultural landmarks, this Balinese town and its outskirts within the Gianyar regency, are where some of the world’s notable artisans and collectors have visited and worked in.
Bali-Gilli T Nusa Penida
Bali is one of my favourite places in the world. In one of my past lives, I believe I was living on the island of Bali. -Chip Conley
On the 2nd day of our Bali group tour, we’ll explore waterfalls, and experience river canyoning.
Trust me, it will be an adventurous day!! Yay. Get your swimsuits, beautiful clothes and an excited yourself for the day. We will spend sometime near this waterfall and at a beautiful club above this.
Today is the day of swing photoshoot too . So don’t forget some bright coloured clothes. We will head to river canyoning after the swing.
Alright , you must have now figured where all the pretty clothes are going to be used . For river canyoning , You will have a locker to keep your things, changing rooms . Expect to get drenched . So carry another pair of clothes.
“When I follow my heart, I wake up in Bali. -Unknown”
We head out for the trek by 2am in the morning and expect to reach the summit for sunrise. It is one of the most astonishing colours of sunrise you will see/ feel . We will start hiking, up ofcourse , by 3 in the morning.
Do carry a fleece for its going to be cold as you go up. We come back by 11am , catch some sleep or caffeine , some good lunch & we will go out to the water temple : A very beautiful temple to spent the evening.
“You have to participate relentlessly in the manifestation of your own blessings.” – Elizabeth Gilbert , Eat, Pray, Love
We will have enough time on this beautiful island to relax. This is our break after the 2 adventurous days in the beginning of the trip. To give an idea on size on the island , you will reach from one end to other end under 15 mins of walk.
If you want to dive it’s generally at 9am, 11;30 am and 2pm, night dives typically begin at 7pm. Its not very expensive, a single dive costs about 3-4k INR only.
Others can walk/cycle around Gilli T. The small island doesn’t have any motor transport. Here you will find Thai, Japanese & Indian amongst the international and local restaurants available.
It also claims to have the largest Irish bar on a small island in the world, catering mainly for the western palate.
Since the days before and after are full of plans, Today we don’t have any agenda. We can go to a nice evening club and sit by the beach pretty much doing nothing, go around gorgeous cafes in Kuta but first we are going group shopping for some beach vibe clothes.
“We call it ‘dolce far niente’, the sweetness of doing nothing.” -Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love
Alright, Time for some more hike 😀 ( optional ). After we reach Nusa penida, we will keep our luggage at hotel and head out to this Dinosaur head shaped beach by evening. Its one of the most beautiful beaches you will see : remote , pristine and because it requires you to hike down about 40 mins , you will see only few people around.
We will hire scooters here and move around the island. Let’s have our own group party today & get to know each of us a little more.
Take what happened to me in Bali. I planned on going to Ubud, then met a man on an airplane who told me it was too touristy. He gave me an address on the other side of the island, which turned out to be a palace where I lived for four years.’ – Rita Gelman
Take your scooters, put that sunscreen and some vibrant clothes . We are heading to Diamond beach: One that came straight from the postcards. This is an almost untouched, white-sand and silky blue water bay on the eastern tip of Nusa Penida.
Since we have our ferry back to Kuta by 2pm. So we will have to head back from beach by 10 30 , come back to hotel by 12ish & check out . Today , we head out to party at one of the clubs of our choice. There is even a club in shape of a ship.
Today is an extremely picturesque day. Keep your cameras fully charged. You are gonna click a lot of pictures. We will start with Handara Gate which is 1.5 hours ride from Kuta.
Ok boys, we are also clicking some good pics this time. We really need to game up today and get some kick ass pic for the next itinerary page . Who is with me ?
About 20 mins from HANDARA GATE is BANYUMALA waterfall . It’s so pristine that we will end up spending at least 2 hours here . The idea is to relax at such places and not just click pictures are leave.
In the evening, People who feel like they want to cover more places can head to see the Tanah Lot temple. Sunsets from here is spectacular and when the sun sets, the whole audience claps. 😀
Since it is also our last night in Bali, let’s head to one of the nicest evening chill-out restaurant called Potato Head Beach Club. People who aren’t going to the Tanah lot temple can meetup here directly.
We bid adieu today to see somewhere else.
Bali will make you fall in love with you again. In words of Ketut; the holistic practitioner in the movie EAT PRAY LOVE, “You must stop looking at the world through your head, you must look through your heart instead..” and this heaven is a perfect place to start.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM BALI GROUP TRIP ?
I am glad you are wondering about this Bali group trip & not just chasing behind the package with the lowest Bid. Expect this to be a lot of people’s first international trip and hence the Josh will be high and Clothes will be new. Expect mind blowing sunsets and for sunrise, most of them would be still sleeping from yesterday late night session. Expect a lot of places with very less tourists. If not, what’s the point coming on a trip with me if I am also taking to the same crowded places. 🙂
540 USD / 44300 INR / Person ( Before May 20 )
Note: Indians can pay Bali Group Trip price using todays conversion rate from INR-USD
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is the currency used in Bali?
The currency used in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). It’s advisable to exchange your currency for Indonesian Rupiah upon arrival in Bali.
2. Can I use my credit/debit cards in Bali?
Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in major establishments such as hotels, restaurants, and larger shops in Bali. However, it’s always a good idea to carry some cash, especially for smaller shops, local markets, and street vendors, as they may only accept cash.
3. Is it true that the waves in Bali are so awesome that even non-surfers become instant surfing legends?
While the waves in Bali are indeed legendary, it might take a bit more than stepping on a surfboard to become an instant surfing sensation. But don’t worry, there are plenty of surf schools and patient instructors to help you catch your first wave!
4. Is it true that the monkeys in Bali have developed advanced pickpocketing skills? Should I be worried about them stealing my sunglasses and phone?
While monkeys in Bali are mischievous, they haven’t mastered the art of pickpocketing just yet. Keep an eye on your belongings, but don’t be too concerned about a monkey running off with your favorite pair of shades.
5. Can I rent a scooter or car in Bali?
Yes, you can rent scooters and cars in Bali. However, it’s important to have a valid international driving license if you plan to drive a vehicle. Be cautious when driving, as traffic in some areas can be congested.
6. Are there any specific dress codes or customs I should be aware of in Bali?
While Bali is known for its relaxed atmosphere, it’s respectful to dress modestly when visiting temples or religious sites. Sarongs or appropriate clothing are often required to enter these places.
7. What are some local dishes I should try in Bali?
Bali offers a range of delicious local dishes. Some popular ones include Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Satay (grilled meat skewers), Babi Guling (suckling pig), and Lawar (traditional Balinese mixed vegetable dish). Don’t forget to try the local specialty coffee, Kopi Luwak.
8. Are there any specific souvenirs or handicrafts to buy in Bali?
Bali is known for its arts and crafts. Some popular souvenirs include traditional Balinese artwork, wood carvings, silver jewelry, batik textiles, and handwoven baskets. You can find these items in local markets, art markets, and specialized handicraft shops.