Bali: What you need to know

About Bali

Bali, the province of Indonesia, has experienced many ups and downs throughout its history. Due to volcanic eruptions, famines, illnesses and wars, Bali is currently at the forefront of what is one of Southeast Asia’s largest tourist attractions.
Extracurricular activities

With beaches in every direction you see, Bali offers visitors a wealth of sand fun for the whole family. On your honeymoon? There are also activities that are perfect for couples!

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1.1. Surf

If you want to catch the waves, Bali is Maratua Dive Center the perfect place! Bali provides visitors with an almost year-round experience, which allows them to get a big swell! Do you have a surfboard? This is not a problem! Go to a coastal surf shop and get the equipment you need for your trip. This way, you don’t have to worry about storing your surfboard in the overhead compartment of the aircraft.
2. Diving and snorkeling

For couples in the area, nothing is more fun than jumping into the deep blue waters. Organized tours offer the best money, but you can also visit nearby two popular dive sites, Komodo and Sumbawa.
3. Water skiing and windsurfing

You can’t find a better place in the world to do these two activities. With clear blue water and an average temperature of about 80 degrees Celsius, you can enjoy water skiing at any time of the year. If you’re a big fan, visit Sanur, the most popular place in this water sport!

What to chew

Want to try local food? Bali is a mix of cultures that serve the best food, some of which are completely different to you! For cheap food from Bali, visit Bali’s local market. Foreign dishes include crocodile, a white mango that is pleasing to the local Balinese. Seafood is also very popular in Bali due to its easy access to water.
I need to know

Before booking a Bali trip with one of the many Bali packages available, it’s best to know when it’s best to go and what to expect when you get there.
The island’s densely populated seasons are mid-December to mid-January and July-August, when the Christmas season is in full swing. If you travel between May and September, the weather is perfect for holidays.
Make sure you have the latest passport. We also recommend keeping your vaccinations and vaccinations up to date. Dengue was recently reported in Bali, and it will really ruin your holiday.