A romantic adventure on a blissful tropical island is every honeymoon goers dream. Sonam and Ashish achieved just that on their incredible 6 nights/7 days honeymoon trip to Bali, as they enjoyed water sports, visited scenic temples, and pristine beaches.
Like every other couple, my wife and I too fantasized about the perfect honeymoon. For us, we always imagined it to be on a tropical paradise. I started reading about various honeymoon destinations like Mauritius, Seychelles, and Bali. Out of all these places, I read many good reviews about Bali and decided to select it as our honeymoon destination.
While researching for places to visit in Bali, I read a few blogs about Bali on the TravelTriangle website. Over there, I also saw deals for a honeymoon trip to Bali at attractive prices with options to fully customize a package. Without much hesitation, I submitted my personal details with TravelTriangle and booked a package offered to me by ‘Online Travel Trails’ agency.
My wife and I were eagerly waiting to indulge in the wide variety of adventure sports on our honeymoon trip to Bali. The water activities offered in Bali were truly unique and were not available at the other honeymoon destinations in and around Asia.
Trip Cost: INR 1,45,000
Trip Duration: 6 nights/7 days
Agent Name: Online Travel Trails
Inclusions: Flights, transfers, accommodation, breakfast, sightseeing, water sports, and sunset cruise
Exclusions: Meals (lunch and dinner)
Day 1: Arrival in Bali
We took an overnight flight from Mumbai and arrived in Bali at 1 pm. After clearing customs, we met the driver assigned to us, who drove us to the Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort for our check in. Our accommodation was situated right next to Kuta beach with beautiful sea-view from the resort. Along with that, there were a lot of in-house activities like gym, swimming pool, snooker, and table tennis to keep the guests happy.
In the evening, we chose to relax at the resort, enjoy the rainy weather, and have dinner to end a tiring day of travel and transit.
Day 2: Sightseeing in Bali
The next morning, we began our sightseeing tour by traveling to Lovina. En route, we stopped in Ubud art market for some shopping. We reached the beautiful Lovina Beach and relaxed over there for a few hours.
Post lunch, we visited the Banjar village hot spring and Git Git waterfall. The constant drizzle on the second day of our honeymoon trip to Bali made us enjoy the waterfall even more. Finally, before heading back to the resort, we stopped by at the Bedugul Temple at 6 pm and witnessed the mesmerizing evening prayers.
It was an incredible day, as we traveled from south to north Bali seeing the landscape change from beaches to misty mountains. A true testament to the diverse landscape in Bali.
Day 3: River Rafting in Bali
After breakfast, we were taken by the driver for a session of river rafting in the Ayung river. We navigated through the fierce rapids and gushing waters to enjoy an incredible thrill ride.
Later on, we traveled to the southernmost point of Bali- Uluwatu temple. Over there, we saw a spiritually charged tribal dance performance, that reminded us of the depth of devotion people carry in their hearts for the almighty. After the performance finished, we proceeded back to our resort for the evening.
Every night, we used to go for dinner to an Indian restaurant called Queens of India. The ‘ kali dal’ dish I had over there, was better than what I am used to having back in Mumbai.
Day 4: Water Sports at Nusa Dua Beach
My wife was impatiently waiting for this very day on our honeymoon trip to Bali. She is a water lover, and post breakfast, we were scheduled for a day of watersports in Nusa Dua.
We arrived at Benoa Water Sports Center at Nusa Dua Beach to do an entire range of water activities like parasailing, flying fish, scuba diving, and undersea walk. Amongst all these, I enjoyed scuba diving the most, as during our dive, we explored the untouched and magical marine life in Bali.
After taking part in all the water sports, we returned to the resort at 4 pm. We just had enough energy left in us, to pick up some cycles from the resort, and go for a stroll around our resort in Kuta. Later on, we came back to the hotel, had dinner and called it a day.
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Day 5: Candlelight dinner in Seminyak
The next day, we checked out of Kuta and transferred to Dream Villa in Seminyak. I thought after our lovely experience at the resort in Kuta, the Dream Villa couldn’t possibly be any better. How wrong was I! Everything at the villa felt like a dream; the ambiance was romantic, the location was perfect, and the swimming pool was alluring.
This day on our honeymoon trip to Bali became even more romantic with a candlelight dinner at a beach near Seminyak.
Day 6: Finishing off with a sunset cruise in Bali
After a lovely breakfast, we took the resort shuttle to go for some shopping in Kuta. We had to return to the hotel by 3 pm as we had tickets booked for a romantic sunset cruise.
The entire experience of partying on a luxury boat was memorable. On our catamaran, an epic view of the sunset was accompanied by a lively DJ, a sumptuous buffet, and energetic dance performances. We deboarded the cruise at 8 pm and returned to our villa for the night.
Day 7: Departure from Bali
On the final day of our honeymoon trip to Bali, we checked out from the Villa at noon and proceeded to the airport for our flight back to Kolkata. My husband and I were going back home with bags and bags of memories that would stay with us forever!
For a nature-loving couple like us, there was so much to adore in Bali. The weather in Bali was amazing, as it hovered around 24-25 degree mark. It rained quite often, which added an element of romance on our honeymoon trip to Bali. The people on this island were very helpful and welcoming. They helped us in every little way possible by giving us an umbrella, a map, or a travel charger whenever we required it.
- The visit to Git Git Waterfalls was scenic and picturesque.
- The river rafting experience in Ayung river was an ultimate thrill ride.
- The dinner meals at the Queens of India restaurant were superb.
Tips for travelers:
- Have meals at the Queens of India restaurant for some authentic Indian food.
- Anyone who travels to Bali must stay in a private villa for a few days.
- People in Bali are very helpful and understanding, language barrier should not be a problem.
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