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Glamping: Bali Holidays

Anytime you hear the word Bali, you immediately think of paradise. Bali calls to the mind thoughts of tropical beaches, adventure, and mysterious landscapes not yet explored. Bali holidays can be the perfect blend of relaxation and new adventure with landscapes characterized by dramatic volcanoes in the central mountains, hillside temples, and wild beaches. Bali, Indonesia has a rich and diverse culture, filled with religious and spiritual meaning; from the colorful flower-petal offerings placed everywhere to the frequent joyful processions that shut down streets, it is easy to see why Bali is called the ‘Island of the Gods.’ Spend a few days in Ubud in the jungle, visiting the rice fields, the Monkey Forest, and volcanoes like Mt. Batur. Then head to the beach and visit destinations like Kuta, Seminyak, or Canggu. Some of Indonesia's best beaches are in Bali. On your Bali luxury holiday, you really can do it all. Go shopping in designer stores in Seminyak, enjoy the luxury beaches in Kerobokan, and head to Legian for the nightlife. Bali’s smiling locals, rich culture, and amazing attractions take a Bali holiday to another level. What could be better than a holiday in Bali? A glamping luxury holiday in Bali.

Best things to do in Bali outside

There really is no other place in the world like Bali, Indonesia. Frequently called ‘Island of the Gods,’ Bali has nothing but stunning beaches, pristine jungle, colorful ceremonies, and charming villages to explore. But what are the best things to do in Bali outside? The center of Bali is dominated by volcanoes, like Mt. Batur or Mt. Agung. These volcanoes are still active so you need to be careful when planning your visit, but let us tell you, the visit is worth it. Many tour groups operate out of Ubud to coordinate a sunrise hike up Mt. Batur. The 3 A.M. wake up call is well worth it when you get to cook your breakfast over the vents of the volcano and watch the sun rise above the clouds. There are many other things to do in Ubud so don’t stop there! But what about the beaches in Bali? What are the best beaches in Bali? Balangan Beach in Kuta is a favorite for its hidden location while Seminyak Beach offers plenty of choice of beach bars, sun loungers, and sunset spots along its 5-kilometer stretch. Thre are still many more: Sanur, Bali, Jimbaran Bay, Kuta Beach, Lovina...the list goes on and on! You’ll just have to visit Bali to pick out your favorite. Book your Bali holiday today and go glamping!

Must-do in Bali: top attractions

So you’ve booked a glamping holiday in Bali, Indonesia, but what are the must-do things there? Apart from the best things to do in Bali outside, there are many top attractions across the island. Bali is called ‘Island of the Gods,’ for many reasons, but one of those reasons is because of the strong local spiritualism and temples to gods across the island. There are temples that you can visit all across the island where you can get a feel for just how important this facet of life is to Balinese people. What are the best Bali temples? Some of our favorites include the Uluwatu Temple, a gorgeous place to watch the sunset and a truly powerful location, and the Pura Tanah Lot Temple—one of seven sea temples along the southwest coast and perched on top of a rock formation in the water. When you’ve had your fill of temples and turn your gaze elsewhere, check out the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud. This is still a temple, however, it is housed in a large forest that is also home to a monkey sanctuary. This is surely one of the most popular places to visit in Bali.

Best time to visit Bali

So, we’ve convinced you that you need to book a holiday in Bali. But when is the best time to visit Bali? Bali has a tropical, warm, humid climate basically all year long, with two distinctive seasons: rainy season and dry season. The rainy season starts towards the end of October, beginning of November, and goes through March; April through September are considered dry season. High tourist season tends to run from July through August and during busy holidays like Easter or Christmas. April, May, June, and September are really the best time to visit Bali; it’s still dry season but not peak tourist season, it’s slightly less humid, and most villa rentals in Bali or rooms will be cheaper than during the high season. So what are you waiting for? Visit Bali!

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