Explore Bali

 Bali Trip (7 Days / 6 Nights)


Day 1:

Arrive in Ngurah Rai Bali Airport Denpasar by morning / noon flight & proceed to Hotel in Ubud area.

Ubud is a town located in central Bali amongst rice paddies & steep ravines.

  • Relax for the evening
  • Visit Ubud Market

Day 2:

Git Git Waterfalls

Most popular waterfalls in the island. Upon reaching the base after few minutes’ walk down the lush ravine, enjoy the spectacle of the 40m cascade. Referred by locals as ‘twin falls’.

Tamblingan Lake

It is a caldera lake located at the foot of Mount Lesung in Munduk village. It is a pristine lake surrounded with dense rainforest and archaeological remains of the10th century Tamblingan civilization. It is designated as a spiritual tourism area protected by the government.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

These rice terraces cover the region of Jatiluwih, most famous for its landscapes that are both dramatic & exotic. The cool highlands and the breath-taking scenery of this village at the foot of Mount Batukaru makes for wonderful photo opportunities and acts as a soothing retreat away from the crowded South.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Sacred Monkey Forest

The Sacred Monkey Forest is a forest sanctuary and conservation area that is home to 600 long tailed macaques as well as 14th century Hindu temples. The monkeys roam freely and interact with the people in the park.

Goa Gajah Cave

Also called as Elephant Cave, it was built in the 9th century & served as a sanctuary. It contains both Hindu & Buddhist imagery, with extensive carving on the entrance of the cave which was meant to ward off evil spirits.

Day 3:

Mount Batur

It is an active volcano located in Batur village & you can trek to Mount Batur to experience an unforgettable sunrise from the top of an active volcano.

Besakih Temple

It is known as Bali’s ‘Mother Temple’ & sits on the slopes of Mount Agung. It is an artistic and unique complex that comprises of at least 86 temples. It is one of the biggest & holiest of the island’s temples & is surrounded by breath-taking & scenic rice paddies, hills, mountains etc.

Besakih Temple

Tirta Ganga

It is a former royal palace in eastern Bali and noted for its water palace. The water palace is a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden, stone carvings & statues.

Virgin Beach

This beach is one of the best and less crowded beaches in Bali. Also called the White Sand Beach, it is an unspoiled beach, the water is turquoise in colour and very clean.

Blue Lagoon

It is one of East Bali’s secluded beaches and framed by green and rocky beaches on both sides. It offers the beauty of a hidden paradise. You can opt for activities like swimming, snorkelling, fishing & even diving.

Blue Lagoon Beach

Tegenungan Waterfalls

These waterfalls are located halfway between Ubud & Denpasar with an impressive green valley panorama & cascading water as a center-piece.

Day 4:

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

These rice terraces in Ubud are famous for their beautiful scenes of rice paddies. It forms the most splendid terraced landscape and is a treat for nature lovers, photographers and painters alike.

Pura Tirta Empul

It is a Hindu Balinese water temple famous for its holy spring water where Balinese Hindus go for ritual purification. The water is considered by them to be Amrut.

Pura Tirta Empul

Ubud Palace

It is the abode of the local royal family and one can explore the campus with ornate stone carvings.

Day 5:

Explore the beaches of South Bali.

Pandwa Beach

Locally referred to as ‘Pantai Pandawa’ is a fine 1 km coastal stretch. It is best known for its impressive terrain and manmade limestone features. Each statue depict the hero characters from the Mahabharata.

Pandwa Beach

Green Bowl Beach

It is one Bali’s most secluded beaches, a small 30m coastal strip with coarse white sand located 75 metres down hundreds of steps under a verdant cliff. This beach features two large limestone caves that enclose small rock shrines.

Uluwatu Temple

It is a Balinese sea temple built at the edge of a 70-metre-high cliff projecting into the sea. A Kecak dance performance based on the Ramayana is performed daily in the temple at 6 PM.

Dreamland Beach

Dreamland Beach is among the collection of ‘hidden’ beaches of Bali: stretches of white sand secluded by limestone cliffs that line the rugged coastline.

Garuda Vishnu Cultural Park

It is a cultural park, devoted to Lord Vishnu and his mount Garuda. There is a large exotic corridor of carved limestone pillars covering over 4000 meters of open space, also called as the Lotus Pond.

Day 6:

Kuta Beach

It is considered to be one of the most famous beach resort destinations with great scope for adventure sports.


Sanur Beach is Bali’s earliest beach resorts and is the opposite of Kuta beach, both in characterstics and nuance. It is lined with an ecletic mix of restaurants, shops and bars and also maintains its wealth in art and culture.

Tanah Lot

An ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves, Tanha Lot temple is simply among Bali’s not to be missed icons.

Tanah Lot Temple

I am Bali Interactive Museum

This fun and interactive art gallery houses dozens of different 3D trick art murals, a mirror maze and a haunted theme room with some interesting ghost features.

Day 7:

Check out from the Hotel & proceed to Airport for return journey.


  • Airfare ex. Mumbai
  • 2 or 3 star Hotel stay
  • Airport Pickup & Drop
  • Air conditioned car with driver for sightseeing from day 2 to 6


  • Entry fees to attractions
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Hotel Taxes, if any
  • Car Parking, toll etc.
  • Any other expenses outside the itinerary like tips, laundry etc

Tour Cost:

49,000 on twin sharing basis (Airfare ex.Mumbai)

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  1. Guidance on local transport, how to navigate to places
  2. Information on places to eat, visit (off-beat), diving tours, adventure sports.
  3. General information like safety, shopping, etc.
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