Bali is an Indonesian Island known for its coral reefs, stunning beaches, live volcanoes, flourishing forests, serene landscapes, and iconic rice terraces. One of the most upcoming travel destinations in the world, Bali is simply beautiful and soul-soothing to the travellers. Today, many varieties of Bali Tour Packages allow the eager travelers to explore the breathtaking island.<readmore>
With its well-defined tourism, the island sees around thousands of tourists on its sand, yearly. Some are attracted by its romantic beaches, some by its lively party scenes, some by its tranquil environment, some by its religious sites, while some by its amazing experiences.
Every season proves to be the best season to visit Bali, however, it stills sees the maximum number of tourists during the months of February to September. The pleasant climate and the average temperature of 25 degree Celsius is a welcoming factor to tourists from hotter or colder regions. The trick to get a pocket-friendly deal is to book during the off-season of Bali.
Local sightseeing, clubbing and water sports are the three things that should be on the bucketlist of every traveler visiting Bali. Known for its pristine beaches, Bali tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Kolkata include the Nusa Dua beach, the Mengwi beach, the Lovina beach, and the Kuta beach in the itinerary. While one visits these beaches, water sports such as Jet Ski, Banana boat, Parasailing, and Snorkeling are highly suggested. Most Bali tour packages include watersports to impart an exhilarating Balinese experience to vacationers.
Queries about Tour Packages in Bali
Rolling Donut, Jet Skiing, Snorkelling, Diving, Surfing, Water Skiing, Fly Fishing, Banana Boat Ride, Parasailing, and River Rafting are the most popular water sports in Bali.
Fortunately, India is one of the 140 countries who are exempted from Visa in Bali for 30 days. Though, Indians get Visa exemption only for tourism purposes.
Yes, Bali Visa can be extended for a certain duration of time after the exhaustion of the initial 30 days for a certain amount of money.
Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the currency of Bali. One Indian Rupee (INR) equals to 197.65 IDR.
Though 90 percent of the Indonesian population is muslim, in Bali, 90 percent follow Hinduism. There are no religious restrictions as such but there are few etiquette that one is expected to follow. Balinese people consider left hand unclean and therefore, avoid using it while handing over something or shaking hands. Touching someone’s head is considered disrespectful. Entering a temple with revealing clothes is not allowed. The only law that may break your heart is about no entry for menstruating women.
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