Bali Tour and Holiday Packages

Planning a trip to Bali for your next getaway holiday? An island as close to paradise as you might get on earth, TrueHAB’s Bali Packages make it an ideal destination to relax and have a thrilling time. Pack your bags and head out for a fun and enriching time in Bali with TrueHAB’s thoughtfully crafted Bali Tour Packages. Our Bali Packages will take you on an exotic Bali Tour with an itinerary that engages you in an all-round experience. Your Bali trip will range from cultural and religious, to a sightseeing and adventure experience. We even take care of your accommodation and air travel needs in our Bali tour packages, so all you need to focus on is how you are going to enjoy your holiday in Bali to the fullest.

At TrueHAB, you can choose from a wide array of Bali Packages to turn your Bali trip into your next greatest adventure. Make memories that you are going to keep taped to your heart, and take photographs to show off to your friends. The beauty and charm of a trip to Bali is not easy to forget, so make sure to immerse yourself in the complete and true experience of Bali through our Bali Packages. Indeed, our Bali Tour Packages are designed to provide you with a customized and unmatched experience. Worried that does your Bali trip cost you more for the ease and convenience it provides? Fret not, because we work hard to provide not only the best in experience but also the best in pricing.

 

Things to do in Bali Trip

Swim in the pristine blue waters of Bali and dive deep into the rich Balinese culture, where you will never run out of new and exciting things to find. Be assured your trip to Bali will cover a wide spectrum of places to visit and things to do in Bali. From exotic dancers dressed in traditional attires dancing to gamelan tunes, to men pushing giant painted dolls of mythological demons and modern villains on bamboo pedestals, Bali's island vibes are easy to catch and even easier to love.

Temples: There are numerous Hindu temples in Bali in each and every district. Two of the most notable of these include the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, which appears floating on a sea of water under the setting sun, and the Tanah Lot Temple, which sits atop a cliff with raging waters beneath it. However, at every temple in Bali, whether famous or local, you will get an immersive experience through festive celebrations like Odalan included in our Bali Packages. Balinese people participate in these festivals with a lot of fervor, which reflects their passion and brings these occasions to life.

Culture: For further exploring the culture of Bali you can visit other top tourist attractions in Bali such as Bali Arts and Culture Center and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park. However, the special thing about a Bali trip is that you will get to spot the culture of Bali on the streets and everywhere. This is because the culture of Bali is so important to Balinese people, and it reflects in their daily practises and in the festivals of Bali.

Sightseeing: Don’t forget to miss out on soaking in the breathtaking beauty of places to visit in Bali for sightseeing, such as the rice terraces of Sideman Valley and the pristine blue water beaches of Bali with colorful corals. From the tops of volcanic mountains like Mount Batur to the best beaches in Bali such as Nusa Dua, our Bali Tour Packages make sure to take you to all the sides and aspects of Bali on your Bali tour, for an all-round and fun-filled experience.

Before you rush into your Bali trip, there’s another good news awaiting you. Bali has a name for its cheap hotel accommodations, because the people of Bali view tourism as a means to promote and showcase their culture, and not support the economy. There are several beautiful resorts and hotels in our Bali Packages, that offer quality services. With such a magnetic charm of Bali, you will fondly cherish the memories from the wonderful Bali trip for years and years to come. Doesn’t matter where you are, we have Bali Tour Packages from Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, and wherever you are, to let you enjoy the enchanting experience of a Bali Tour.

 

Our range of Bali Packages

Bali is an ideal tourist destination for people from all ages and purposes of visit. Whether you are on the lookout for a short trip to Bali beaches and temples, or a long and engaging Bali tour to explore the rich culture and places to visit in Bali, our Bali tour packages will provide you with exactly what you need. TrueHAB has a Bali package to suit every need and requirement. For example, the picturesque and magical vibes of Bali will make for a special time with your special someone. To suit this purpose of visit, we offer the custom-designed Bali tour package for couple or honeymoon-goers. You can avail our Bali Honeymoon Packages for couples for an unmatched romantic experience in Bali. Likewise, you will find Bali Family Packages, Bali Beach Packages, Bali Shopping Packages and Bali Adventure Packages on TrueHAB. You might also wish to check out TrueHAB’s Bali Affordable packages to suit your budget preferences. Our Bali package will provide you with a no-compromise thrilling and mesmerizing experience on this paradise island of Bali.

Grab the best Bali holiday packages deals on TrueHAB starting at only INR 14,850, for a truly sensual and exotic Bali trip. Exact pricing will depend on whether you opt for the Bali Indonesia Package Tour with airfare or without airfare included in the Bali Tour Package. Make sure to check out our Bali travel stories and FAQs you would need to know before your trip so you land in Bali well prepared for your adventure, like top places to visit in Bali and must try local food in Bali. Get an unmatched and thorough experience in the land of bliss at the best prices, and turn your experience into memories you'll cherish forever.

 

Best Places to Visit in Bali Indonesia

Bali Tourist Places comprise iconic landmarks to make the most of your visit. Bali Tourist Places allure everyone with their unique arts, volcano, water sports, beaches, and temples.

Uluwatu: Uluwatu is a Balinese Hindu sea temple dedicated to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in his manifestation as Rudra.

Kuta Beach: Long sandy beach, bars, nightclubs, and nightlife are the significant highlights of Kuta Beach.

Kintamani: Visit Mount Batur, Lake Batur, and the hills of the Kintamani volcano. Celuk village and Mas village are famous for silversmiths, painting, and wood carving. Holy Spring Water Temple and Rice Terraces are other attractions.

Taman Ayun Royal Family Temple: Pura Taman Ayun is a family temple for the royal dynasty at Mengwi village in Bali. King Gusti Agung Anom constructed this temple in 1634.

Lake Beratan and Hindu Temple: This hollow lake at Bedugul is around the Ulun Danu Beratan temple in the ocean. Water skiing, canoeing, fishing, bike riding, banana boating, and parasailing are the activities here.

Jimbaran Beach: Jimbaran Beach and Jimbaran Bay are tranquil and romantic places famous for seafood.

Batubulan Village: Batubulan is an art village famous for sculptures, lively dances, and stone statues. Ornate costumes, musical instruments, and Balinese mythology inspire Barong and Kris dance.

Monkey Forest in Ubud: Monkies roam freely in this natural habitat without a fence.

Denpasar: Sanur Beach, Pura Blanjong Temple, and Bali Museum are the main attractions in the capital Denpasar.

Tanjung Benoa: Beaches and watersports such as flying fish, snorkeling, sea walker, rolling donuts, parasailing, scuba diving, and banana boat are the site's highlights.

Tanah Lot: Tanah Lot is an old Hindu temple that is a cultural icon in Bali.

Bali Safari and Marine Park: Sumatrapan elephant, Sumatran tiger, white tiger, leopard, komodo dragon, and cheetah represent the blend of the African savanna and Balinese ambiance at Bali Safari and Marine Park. Some of these species are rare and endangered.

Tohpati: Tohpati is a center of handmade Balinese batik with various shapes and colors. With this dyeing technique, the wax is applied to the portions of the textile before dyeing. As a result, the dye is absorbed in the parts that are not covered in wax.

Coffee and Spice Plantation: You will get to see fragrant cloves, spices, fruits, vanilla, and coffee plantations.

 

Bali Trip Cost from India

Looking for Bali Trip Cost from India and worried about your Bali Trip? Fret not; check Cheap Bali Packages based on duration and price for a beautiful vacation.

Bali Tour Packages Duration Price (per person)
Bali Vacations (with flight via Delhi) 5 days / 4 nights INR 84,000
Indonesia Tour Package (with flight via Delhi) 6 days / 5 nights INR 89,000
Bali Tour Packages (with flight via Delhi) 7 days / 6 nights INR 92,500
Exciting Bali Tours & Travels (with flight via Delhi) 8 days / 7 nights INR 95,000
Bali Indonesia Tour Package (with flight via Delhi) 9 days / 8 nights INR 1,15,000

 

Bali Travel Itinerary

You need to spread out your plans over your trip's days in a sequenced and all-round manner to make sure you make the most of your Bali trip, and cover the maximum number of places to visit in Bali on your trip. Our Bali tour packages are designed with customized itineraries for each and every Bali package, to suit the purpose of visit and your trip preferences. A gimpse of the basic general itinerary for a comlete Bali experience goes as below.

Day 1: Arrival in Bali

You can visit Uluwatu Temple on your first day, as it is located near the Denpasar international airport.. You can enjoy the renonwed Kecak Dance performed by a group of fifty singers to get you into the energy and vibes for your exciting trip ahead.. 

Day 2: Visiting Bedugul and Gitgit Waterfalls

You can visit Gitgit Waterfalls on day 2 to get the first glimpse of the overwhelming natural beauty of Bali. The waterfall is located 11 kilometres away from the Singaraja Town. Danu Beratan Temple, a popular picturesque landmark located in Bedugul, the Danu Beratan Temple is another spot you should consider for the day. You might also want to visit Taman Ayun Temple, located in the Mengwi village, which is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and ponds that echo the beauty and spirit of Bali.

Day 3: Visiting Jimbaran

Choose to gain the experience of parasailing and take in the cool sea breeze on a high-speed ride at Jimbaran. All of this will be carried out under the guidance of an expert instructor to ensure your safety during this exciting and fun activity. Afterwards, it is advisable to take the dive at Nusa Dua beach for a few minutes and relax on the clean sands.

Day 4: Transfer to Ubud

You can chill and enjoy the awesome weather which embraces Bali, which Ubudis one of the best places to be to enjoy. You will be surrounded a culture of art and paintings, to take you into the depths of the rich culture of Bali. You could go for the famous sightseeing spots in Ubud and the locals markets here.

Day 5: Kintamani Tour

Famous for its handicrafts and jewelry, Celuk village draws you with its wide range of items to offer. Mas village is another famous place known for woodcraft. Ubud Art Market is one convenient location where you can purchase such items all at one plaace. Also cover visits to the Tegalalang rice field, where you will find some of the most exquisite terrace farming, the Basanta agro plantation, which preserves organic gardens of spices, coffee, tea and herbs, and Kintamanim, where you will enjoy beautiful views of the Batur Lake and lava fields. The Monkey Forest and Goa Gajah ("Elephant Caves") are the last stops for the day.

Day 6: Departure

Enjoy your final take on the beauty and charm of Bali before you bid goodbye to this top tourist spot for now. Head to the Denpasar Airport as your flight timings, and be prepared to arrange your plethora of Bali photographs into neat and classy albums once you get back home.

 

Tips for your next Bali Trip

  1- You might prefer to rent a motorcycle to travel around Bali in order to avoid the crowded public transport and roads of the cities in Bali.

  2- It is highly advisable to switch hotels depending on the area of Bali you are currently traveling around and focussing on, so your travel time back and forth is reduced.

  3- Carry along light clothing as weather in Bali could get warm and humid.

  4- If you are traveling alone, consider staying at shared lodging for backpackers. Even though hotels and resorts are cheap as well in Bali, but a stay at such a place will give you a direct   experience of life in Bali, such as local food.

  5- Try not to plan visits to festive occasions in Bali such as Odalan celebrations or the Ogoh Ogoh parade, unless you wish to invest your entire day in the experience. Definitely not saying it  isn't worth of an expereience though.

  6- Make sure to catch some of the best sunset views from the mountains, and relaxing times on some of the most beautiful pristine beaches of the world.

Bali Travel Packages

Bali Attractions

Uluwatu Temple

4.6

Uluwatu temple is a heritage of the 10th century and the six main temples in Bali Island, dedicated...
Besakih Temple

4.5

The Mother Temple of Bali, Besakih Temple is also called “Pura Besakih”. It is a temple...
Bali Safari and Marine Park

4.4

Welcome to the world of safari, where you will come across the utmost feeling of exhilaration, fun,...
Seminyak

4.4

Seminyak has always been a go to place for the tourists for an unforgettable beach experience. The p...
Taman Ayun Temple

4.5

History- To accomplish the far greater thing, let us swim into the divine pond to get the blessing...
Goa Gajah

4.2

Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave is regarded as a significant Hindu archeological site and has also be...
Uluwatu Temple

4.6

Uluwatu Temple is one of the Bali's nine key directional temples, which is situated on the top of a...
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

4.5

Pack your bags and get going to the adventurous trip to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary – B...
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FAQs

Any month between April and October is considered as the best time to visit Bali. These months receive the least rain out of all, low humidity and a lot of sunshine, making the weather in Bali appropriate for the numerous outdoor activities and things to do in Bali, on your holiday.
Bali is a very popular international tourist destination, due to its pristine bluewater beaches, colorful coral reefs and volcanic mountains. Bali's natural beauty exists through its scenic beaches, stunning waterfalls, rocky cliffs, mountain lakes, peaceful but active volcanoes, verdant rice paddies and infinite oceans that all converge together in Bali. Bali is famously dubbed as the Land of Gods, thanks to its natural beauty and the depth of Balinese culture and religion that reflects in everyday life in Bali.
The cost of a trip to Bali usually varies depending on the number of days of the trip and the inclusions in your package. For a 5 days, 4 nights trip the trip costs nearly INR 84,000 per head, whereas for 7 days, 6 nights the cost rises up to INR 92,500. If you are planning on a long and thorough stay for 9 days, 8 nights then your Bali trip cost will be nearly INR 1,15,000. However, it is to be noted that hotel accommodation and local food prices are relatively very cheap in Bali.
Bali is relatively cheaper for Indians as the value of Indian currency is much higher than the Indonesian currency. Although Bali is increasingly becoming more expensive, it has cheap food and accommodations for tourists. Furthermore, bargaining surely helps during the purchases. If you fly from India to Bali, the cheapest tickets for a round trip will cost you INR 16,000 on an average. Normally, it is easy to visit the island and not have to worry about breaking the bank as the daily expenses average at Rs 3,684. This is because many of the things to do in Bali are free, such as sightseeing and taking part in cultural celebrations.
You can follow a planned travel itinerary to get the most out of your Bali trip. On the first day, you can visit Uluwatu Temple, which is one of the iconic landmarks of Bali. Make sure to enjoy the Kecak dance performed by a group of fifty singers there. On the next day, you can visit Gitgit Falls, located 11 kilometers away from the Singaraja town, before heading further up to Danu Beratan Temple. You may also visit Taman Ayun Temple, situated in the Mengwi village, which is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and ponds. On the third day, you can dive into the waters of Nusa Dua beach and experience high-speed parasailing through the cool sea breeze. Then on the fourth day, you can enjoy other famous scenic sites and local markets for casual strolls in these areas. This way, you will be able to have a relaxing yet enjoyable day in the middle of your Bali trip. Fifth day come, you can visit Celuk village. Mas village, Tegalalang rice field, Basanta agro plantation, Kintamani, Monkey Forest and Goa Gajah to complete the rest of the essential sightseeing in Bali, before your eventual departure for home. By following such an itinerary, and a Bali package that includes the right destinations for you, you will be able to make sure you enjoy your Bali trip to the fullest and conveniently.
Indonesia is a Visa-free country for Indians, as long as the Indian-nationality person is traveling to Bali for less than 30 days. You can opt for a Visa if you wish to stay for more than a month, in which case you can select the type of Visa as per your travel purpose.
You can board a direct flight to Bali's Ngurah Rai Internatiobnal Airport in Denpasar, from the airports at New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. From the rest of the international airports in India, you will be able to get connecting flights to Bali that stop midway at locations such as Kuala Lumpur. You can opt for a Bali tour package that includes round trip tickets to ensure maximum convenience.
The popular outdoor activities and things to do in Bali are golf, hiking on Mount Batur, white water rafting, bungee jumping, freediving, kitesurfing, canyoning and snorkeling. Exploring around the mountains, beaches and temples of Bali on foot is one of the most fascinating aspects of a Bali trip.
It is recommended that you rent a hired car or motorcycle once you reach Bali, to ensure convenient travel around the parts of Bali as per your travel plans. This is because public transport in Bali isn't adapted for tourist needs. Even though travelling by car can be more comfortable, you can evade the traffic jams in Bali's cities by opting for a motorcycle.
It is advised that if you hiking up the active volcano of Mount Batur in Bali, you go in the company of a local travel guide, as the volcano is still known to be active. Even so, the hike up to Mount Batur is very popular amongst tourists in Bali, due to the beautiful setting of the location. Additionally, you would also be advised to pack in raincoats and lightweight clothing, to suit the weather in Bali.