Explore the different sides to Bali on an east coast adventure.
Bali has something for everyone, and on this nine-day eastern exploration, discover a Bali you may never had known existed. Visit the renowned highlands of Ubud and the popular beachside city of Seminyak, but stray off the beaten track to Sideman, Amed and Candidasa. Learn the rich history, relax on one of the stunning beaches or just admire the flourishing landscapes all around. Get your cultural fix at the temple of Tirta Empul or the stunning Tirta Gangga, go snorkelling on the north coast or simply kick back in style at the resort like beaches of Seminyak – enjoying comfortable accommodation and plenty of time at your leisure along the way.
The temples and natural sites of Bali make exploring so inviting. Head away from the usual route to Klungklung palace, the Tirta Empul and Tirta Gangga, among others.
There’s a reason why Ubud is so popular – take in the jungle scenery and surrounding rice terraces and indulge in traditional Balinese cuisine.
Discover the traditional art form of Kecak dancing – a Balinese performance focused on dancing with forms of chanting.
Visit a village on Bali’s north-east coast that has made amazing efforts to conserve their reef and by doing so, saved their community.
Explore local weaving industries in eastern Bali and enjoy a bungkus lunch – a local take-out style meal wrapped in a banana leaf.
This trip does include a couple of day walks. These are in the capabilities of most travellers. We recommend you bring shoes with a good grip.
In Sideman you will walk on the narrow paths through some of the rice fields. A good level of balance is required and make sure you have your camera ready because the views are stunning.
Bali is blessed with a consistent climate for most of the year. However, the rainy season (usually October–March) brings frequent downpours. The good news is that these rainy bursts don't last long, and it is usually still warm.
You ill visit a few temples on this trip, please show your respect by covering your knees and shoulders when visiting temples. It's also a great idea to bring your own sarong.
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our Classic Bali trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
1. A single supplement to have your own room is available on this trip, please note it excludes day 3 Sideman. Please contact your sales agent if you would like to book a single supplement.
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