14-Night Bucket-list Trip
Bali’s landscapes are a mixture of jungle terrain and coastal paradise, with active volcanoes, rice paddy tiered hillsides, winding mountain passes, solitary islands and picture-perfect beachfronts. As you sip your coconut juice straight from the coconut with banana and palm trees swaying behind you, with monkeys scampering in the jungle nearby while you look out onto the ocean - you know you’re in the ultimate tropical getaway.
Bucket-List Trip Highlights:
- Enjoy an escourted tour around the Beratan and Ulun Danu Temples
- Visit the wonderful Gigit Waterfall
- Enjoy an evening performance of a traditional Ramayana Show
- Embark on an early morning dolphin spotting cruise
- Visit the famous Mount Batur Volcano
- Gaze at the extraordinary rice paddie fields
- Pay a visit to the Monkey Forest
- Visit Tanah Lot at Sunset
- Seafood Dinner at Jimbaran Bay
This 14-night tour includes flights, private transfers, hotel stays & excursions
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We are open between:
(Hours of service are restricted due to Covid-19 government regulations)
Mon 09:00 - 17:30
Tue 09:00 - 17:30
Wed 09:00 - 17:30
Thu 09:00 - 17:30
Fri 09:00 - 17:30
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