Between its beautiful fine sandy beaches, its turquoise waters, its spectacular seabeds adapted to scuba diving, its renowned surf spots such as Kuta Beach or Padang Padang, its festive evenings such as Seminyak or the Gili Islands, its preserved nature, its rice fields and its volcano, whose ascent you can try to observe the sunrise, its charming hotels with all the comforts and low prices, Bali, this paradise island of the Indian Ocean and Indonesia, has something to please travellers from all over the world who want to get off the beaten track. A jewel set to perfection, the island of Bali is also very interesting culturally. It is not nicknamed "the island of the Gods" by chance.... Due to Hinduism and its ancestral beliefs, it has a very rich cultural heritage, of which the many temples, traditional villages such as Ubud with its renowned crafts and the large number of festivities are direct testimonies. It is therefore difficult not to find what you are looking for by discovering this Indonesian island on a trek, by renting a scooter or with a driver, whatever your travel desires, and by being equipped with the Bali tourist guide to find your itinerary, Balinese magic is almost guaranteed!

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When to go to Bali?

The high season in Bali is from July to August, during the dry season, and the low season is from October to April, during the wet season. The best time to go to Bali is during the dry season but from May to October. Bali is Australia's favourite destination in Asia and they go there in large numbers from Christmas to the end of January; in summer, it is European tourists who arrive. This is why the months of May, June and September are the right months to discover Bali quietly, away from the crowd of tourists

How to go to Bali? Our advice & tips

  • Organised trips
  • Going alone
  • Moving around

Most agencies and tour operators offer trips to Bali. It is a very popular tourist destination and the tours are multiple and diversified. It is possible to make tours combining all the pleasures of the beach, festive evenings, the discovery of the different Balinese cultures but also of its preserved nature and its rice terraces.

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Well served, Bali is a generally safe destination but attention must be paid to road traffic, a source of frequent accidents, and food hygiene must be ensured by drinking only bottled water, in order to prevent the holidays from running out of steam due to a nasty turista...

Bali has a dense transport network and fast travel due to the small size of this part of Indonesia; there are many taxis and minibuses. Another possibility: the rental of two-wheelers, bicycle or motorcycle, but be careful when driving on the left and traffic is chaotic or even dangerous when you are not used to it.

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When to travel?

The high season in Bali is from July to August, during the dry season, and the low season is from October to April, d...
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Weather forecast

It is always hot, even very hot in Bali, very close to the equator. The climate is both tropical and equatorial. Indo...
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Budget

Indonesia is a cheap destination where you can stay in very good hotels for really good prices, including luxury hote...
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Formalities

No visa is required for a stay of less than 30 days in Bali and Indonesia in general. However, a return ticket or oth...
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Health

No vaccine is required for Bali but it is recommended to be vaccinated against tetanus, typhoid and hepatitis A and B...
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How to travel by yourself?

Well served, Bali is a generally safe destination but attention must be paid to road traffic, a source of frequent ac...
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How to get organized?

Most agencies and tour operators offer trips to Bali. It is a very popular tourist destination and the tours are mult...
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Getting around

Bali has a dense transport network and fast travel due to the small size of this part of Indonesia; there are many ta...
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