My wife and I had been looking at pictures of Bali and were extremely smitten. The next day I said “Let’s take a vacation!”. Well, that’s how the story started and the rest is history. To describe Bali’s beauty would be a difficult task and you would have to experience it to truly know. The beaches will take your breath away and the temples will leave with a sense of calm and peace. This was one of the best holidays we had and made everlasting memories.
Just as we had finalized upon the destination, we started looking for packages online. Bali trip costs can be quite expensive and we were on a budget. We compared different websites and decided to go with TravelTriangle for their competitive prices. At first we had our doubts, but now that we are back home, we don’t think our Bali trip from India could have been any better.
Table Of Content
- Details Of Our Holiday In Bali
- Experiences To Have On A 6 Day Bali Trip From India
- Highlights Of Our Bali Trip From India
- Do’s And Don’ts
- What To Pack
- How To Reach Bali
- Our Experience With TravelTriangle
- Common Queries You May Have About Bali Trip From India
Details Of Our Holiday In Bali
Trip Type: Romantic Trip
Cost: INR 82500
No. Of People: 2
Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights
Inclusions: Accommodation, Airfare, Visa, Breakfast, Airport Transfer, AC Cab, Sightseeing, Bedugul Temple Tour, Ubud Village, Nusa Penida Island Tour, Kintamani Volcano
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Travel Insurance, Personal Expenses
Experiences To Have On A 6 Day Bali Trip From India
There are so many places where we could have enjoyed a beach holiday, but we chose Bali because it is the perfect combination of beauty, adventure, and culture. And we cannot forget to mention the hospitality of the people of Bali who warmly welcomed us and made us feel right at home.
1. Nusa Penida: A Few Hours In Paradise
As we landed in Bali, we were received by our driver and transferred to our hotel. We spent the evening relaxing and later had for a delicious Indian dinner. The next day we woke up early in the morning, full of excitement for a Bali island tour. After all, we were on our way to Nusa Penida, a paradise in its true sense. Our driver was waiting at the hotel to drive us to the Sanur Harbour where we were to catch our boat to the island.
As we arrived on the island, we were greeted by another driver who assisted us during our tour of the island. Taking in the sights of Angel Billabong, and Kelkimg cliff, we couldn’t have been more star struck. We also visited the broken beach which is a great place to enjoy the sunset. While a lot of people miss out on this island on their trip to Bali, I would recommend to totally add this to your itinerary. After a day all spent, we called it a night and head back to our hotel.
2. Bedugul Temple Tour: A Day Spent In Serenity
The next morning, we woke up to another action packed day. This day was all about getting a glimpse of the local culture of the city. We visited the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple as well as the famous Tanah Lot Temple during the tour. It was a wonderful experience and we would definitely recommend stopping by the Bedugul Temple Lake for a while. After a tour of the temples, it was evening so we headed back to our hotel for some rest.
3. Kintamani Volcano: A Splendid Sight
During our Bali trip from Kolkata, we also visited the famous active volcano, Mount Batur. We reveled in the beauty of the Crater Lake and took some wonderful pictures here. This definitely one of the best places to visit in Bali and something you should definitely have on your itinerary. Later in the evening, we head to Ubud village for souvenir shopping and street food.
4. Goa Gajah: Into The Elephant Caves
After a trip to Ubud village, it was time to head to Goa Gajah which is set in the village of Bedulu. On our way there we also stopped at Tegenungan waterfalls to spend some time by the water. After a refreshing break, we hit the road again. Upon arrival, we were mesmerized by the beauty of the place. To get into the temple you will need a Sarong which you can hire or carry with yourself.
5. Kendera: The Pool Villa Experience
Our Bali budget trip from India would have been incomplete without enjoying the experience of a private pool villa. We went for Vrindavan Ubud Villa which is located in Kendera. We were warmly welcomed with a delicious welcome drink and directed to our villa. Surrounded by rice fields, the ambiance for amazing and we had a wonderful time. We also visited the Kuta beach during the day we spent there. It was a great way to end out already fabulous trip to Bali.
Highlights Of Our Bali Trip From India
I would have to say that my wife and I enjoyed Nusa Penida and the Bedugul Temple tour the most. The island was beyond spectacular while the temple tour was nothing short of mesmerizing. We also loved our pool villa, it was so hard to say goodbye to Bali!
Do’s And Don’ts
- Do explore all the impeccable tourist attrations on your trip.
- Plan your trip to Bali from India beforehand and book your flights as well.
- Do wear decent clothes when you are visting the religious places in Bali.
- Don’t litter
- Don’t forget to wear a sunscreen while relaxing on the beaches.
What To Pack
Here is the list of things that you can buy on your honeymoon in Bali!
- Cotton t-shirts, skirts, dresses and trousers.
- Sunscreen, Sunglasses, hats and umbrella.
How To Reach Bali
The best way to reach Bali is by flight and you can easily board India to bali flight from any major airport in India. You will reach Bali in aorund 9 hours.
Our Experience With TravelTriangle
It was a blast! Like I said, at first we were hesitant, but after speaking to our travel advisor, Siddharth we didn’t have any doubts. He created a WhatsApp group with us and check in on us every day to make sure we were comfortable and were enjoying our holiday. It was a nice touch and made us feel taken care of. We’ll be back again for another holiday soon!
There is no vacation better than the one spent by the ocean, enjoying some delicious meals along with the beautiful sunset. Bali is just the kind of rejuvenation one needs to take a break from the routines of daily life. If you too want to enjoy a fantastic holiday experience with your loved ones, customize your own Bali trip at TravelTriangle.
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Common Queries You May Have About Bali Trip From India
How much does a Bali trip cost?
Bali trip costs can vary depending on where you stay. We spend the first 4 days in a hotel and day 5 in a private pool villa. That being said, for a couple, INR 80000 would suffice including the airfare. However, if you plan of shopping a lot, you’ll have to increase the budget.
What is the best month to go to Bali?
I would say April since that’s the time we visited. It is just after the rainy season, so the weather is pleasant and not too hot. You can also visit Bali in August which we heard was the peak season.
How many days should one spend in Bali?
Anytime between a week and 10 days would be enough to enjoy the best of Bali. If you want to explore the underrated islands and areas around Bali, then you can take it up to 12-15 days as well.
Which is the best area to stay in Bali?
If you want to stay in the heart of action, then Ubud and Kuta and definitely the places to stay in Bali. Shops, restaurants and tourist attractions are close by and easily accessible.
Is food and drink expensive in Bali?
No, we didn’t find the food and drinks to be expensive in Bali. Drinking water, however, did seem a little pricey. Food, on the other hand, was delicious, there were plenty of options and everything was reasonably priced.
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