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Discover the "Land of Gods" as you journey through Bali. Bursting with Hindu culture, Bali is home to an ancient culture that farmed terraced rice paddies and built breathtaking temples like the famous 16th century temple,Tanah Lot. Travel throughout the highlands of Bali taking in the cultural center of Ubud, the rice terraces of Sideman and the towering volcano of Mount Agung. Dive into the waters surrounding Menjangan Island where you'll see some of the most bio-diverse waters in all of Indonesia. Try your hand at surfing with lessons in the waves of Bali's Western Coast at the booming beach town of Canggu. We invite you to embrace the beauty of Bali, from its natural wonders to its inviting people, with Adventure Life. Please Contact us when you're ready to start planning your adventure to Bali.

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The Highlights of Bali
Bali is a tropical paradise in the tranquil Pacific waters. Perhaps the most famous and popular destinations of the Indonesian islands, a trip to Bali promises:
  •  Visits to the Temples and Caves of Ubud, sacred places that channel the spiritual energy of the surrounding wilderness.
     
  • An authentic Indonesian farmer's market of Pasar Gianyar.
     
  • The temple built in a cave of Goa Lawah
     
  • Klungkung and the KertaGosa (Hall of Justice), representative of the high points in Indonesian architecture from the past few centuries.
     
  • A hike up Mount Agung
     
  • A relaxing day at Sanur Beach, followed by an exclusive dinner with a member of the Bali royal family
Bali Travel FAQs

Do I need a visa to travel to Bali?
US citizens do not need a visa to visit Indonesia for up to 30 days.  Longer stays will require a visa. Tourist visas are not hard to get, and we can help point you in the right direction throughout the process. Check the visa requirements for more specific information.

Is tipping customary in Bali?
You do not have to tip in Bali, as a service charge is usually already included in your bill. If you want to leave some extra money, that is at your discretion based on excellent service.

What is internet access like in Bali?
Don't count on reliable internet access in Bali. It might be available in certain hotels, but otherwise it is unlikely that you will find a strong or fast signal. While we can't say that you definitely won't have internet access, it's best to assume that it will be very limited on your trip to Bali.

Can I use my cell phone while in Bali?
You might be able to use your phone in Bali, but only when you are within range of the cell towers. You will need to ask your service provider to unlock your phone so that you can purchase a SIM chip once you arrive in Bali and access their local network. This will only work if your phone is GSM-enabled. Otherwise, consider just using WiFi where it's available or asking your service provider about international plans.

Do I need power adapters?
Bali, like most of Indonesia, will have C or F style plugs - the European two round prong style, contrary to the A & B styles of North America. Power is 220v, unlike the 110v power in the US, but most 110v devices can also handle 220v without needing a power converter.

What are the toilets like in Bali?
Cruise ships and hotels will have normal bowl toilets, however in remote areas of Asia, it is common to find squat toilets. If you're in remote areas, it's a good idea to bring your own toilet paper and not flush it down any toilets. 

Can I drink the water in Bali?
You should not drink or prepare food with the tap water in Bali, but you can use it for bathing. We make sure that you will always have access to either clean bottled or purified water on your trip.

Are credit cards accepted in Bali? Will I be able to find ATMs?
ATMs are pretty common in Bali, but cards aren't accepted in many places. We recommend taking money out of an ATM several times throughout your trip so that you can pay with cash. The more isolated your destination, the less likely it will be that you can use your card or find an ATM.

Should I purchase travel insurance?
It's always a good idea to purchase travel insurance before going on your vacation, and our close relationship with TravelGuard ensures us some of the best prices on comprehensive insurance coverage.

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Fun Facts about Bali

  • There are several species of dolphins that live off the coast of Bali.
  • Some of the most expensive coffee in the world - sold at $50/cup - is from Bali and comes from civet droppings.
  • The main religion in Bali is Hindu.
  • The Agung Volcano is thought to be the most sacred place on the island.
  • Because of the volcanic activity, Bali is home to black sand beaches. 
  • Contrasting with these jet black beaches are the stunning white sand beaches.
  • Bali hosts the world's largest commercial bamboo building, which houses a chocolate factory.

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