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Bali, the capital city of Indonesia is well-known as an idyllic honeymoon destination for all those in love and not! With sky-reaching mountains, endless brown-sand beaches, Bali offers the perfect opportunity to tourists for unwinding, falling in love with nature and discovering each other.
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Arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport. We greet you at the airport from where we drive directly to the hotel. We recommend that you spend the day at leisure, take some time to relax and let the serene surroundings of the place put you at ease. A stroll on the beach followed by exploring the café scene of the place is what we suggest, before you call it a day. Overnight stay in Kuta.
Start your day with fun, thrill and adventure, as you get to experience some of the most exciting water sports on the beautiful waters of Benoa. Start the day with a hearty breakfast and then head out to Tanjung Benoa Beach, famous for not just some adrenaline pumping water activities, but also for the calming views of the ocean. We take part in activities like Banana Boat Ride, Parasailing and Jet Skiing. After having completely exhausted ourselves from these adventures, it would be an excellent idea to just sit by the beach and listen to the sounds of the waves as the sun goes down. Later take a trip to Tanah Lot. literally translating to Land in the Sea (in Balinese), is a rock formation at the ocean front, and houses an ancient Hindu Pilgrimage Temple, known as Pura Tanah Lot. This temple is of great repute and significance, not just religiously, but also historically, culturally and artistically, thus making it famous among photographers. Tonight enjoy a romantic candle light dinner at the Indian restaurant – Queens. Overnight stay in Kuta
Today after breakfast set out to explore three new beaches on another island just 2 hours south of Bali. We have our breakfast at hotel and drive to Sanur, which takes about 45 minutes from Kuta. From Sanur we take a speedboat to the Nusa islands, which takes another 45 minutes. So, after having spent an hour and 30 minutes in transit we finally reach the Nusa Islands consisting of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida. Nusa Islands are now what mainland Bali used to be decades ago - slow paced, less people, no mayhem. Out of these three Nusa Lembongan is the most popular and hence it has started to get crowded too. Nusa Penida, is the biggest of the three, area wise, and yet sees the least number of tourists. The main highlight of the Island is Kelingking, which is a viewpoint that gives way to a steep climb down to a white sandy beach. There are warning signs placed right at top that ask you not to go down to the beach as the path is dangerous. Another popular beach here is Crystal, which has clear blue waters and makes for a picture-perfect spot to snorkel. The corals here are in a very healthy condition and with the water so clear, you can spot quite a few fishes. Our last stop for the day is Broken Beach, which is known for a natural rock pool formed by an arched tunnel in the cliffs, called Angel’s Billabong. The pool opens right into the ocean and it is not always safe to swim here, as the waves can get massive.
The best thing about Nusa Penida is that it is still relatively less known, and as a result has retained its rugged and raw appeal. Every beach here offers breath taking views and a day spent here is sure to be the highlight of the trip. After such a refreshing day exploring the beaches of Nusa Penida. Overnight stay in Kuta
After breakfast at the Hotel leave to take a tour of the picturesque Kintamani Region, which offers spectacular views of Mount Batur that rises majestically amidst the verdant landscape of the area. The drive from Kuta to the Kintamani region takes about 2 hours . Another significant highlight is Lake Batur that lends a magical aura to its surroundings. It is on every traveller’s must-visit list due to the majestic views of Mount and Lake Batur. Additionally, this region also consists of villages that work as a hub of Balinese art and craft. A visit to the village of Ubud lets you witness Legong, a traditional Batik and hand weaving art, at close quarters. Post this, visit the Celuk village, which is famous for silver and gold works at UC silver, and further to Mas village known for wood carving. Stop at Rai Shop to take a look at these samples closely and maybe purchase some to bring back. Later transfer to Ubud Hotel and overnight stay in Ubud
Overnight stay in Ubud.
Today this beautiful trip comes to an end. After breakfast we leave for the airport , taking memories with us that will last a lifetime.