Glimpses of Bali

7 Days



Bali, an Indonesian gem, beckons with its captivating blend of natural beauty, cultural depth, and spiritual richness. The island’s landscapes are a painter’s dream, adorned with cascading emerald rice terraces, idyllic beaches boasting crystalline waters, and lush jungles alive with diverse flora and fauna. Balinese culture thrives through intricate temples that punctuate the land, vibrant festivals that resonate with traditional dance and art, and a warm hospitality that welcomes all. Spiritual seekers find solace in Bali’s countless yoga retreats, meditation sanctuaries, and wellness hideaways, while Ubud stands as a hub of creativity and artistic expression. The island’s cuisine is an adventure in itself, a symphony of flavors that ranges from sizzling street food to gourmet explorations. Bali’s essence is as much about its landscapes and flavors as it is about its palpable energy—an energy that sweeps through its serene beaches, ornate temples, bustling markets, and lush countryside. Whether you’re unwinding on the shores, exploring ancient architecture, partaking in holistic rituals, or simply soaking in the kaleidoscope of experiences, Bali weaves its magic to offer an immersive and transformative journey for every kind of traveler, a journey that lingers in the heart and mind long after leaving its shores.

About the Tour

Embark on a captivating 7-day Bali journey. Upon arrival, experience warm hospitality and settle into your hotel. Explore Bali’s beauty with a Kintamani tour, showcasing Mount Batur’s stunning vistas and Tukad Cepung Waterfall’s ethereal charm. Engage in the Uluwatu Kecak Dance amidst breathtaking ocean views and visit Tanah Lot Temple. Delve into cultural gems like Taman Ayun Temple and Jatiluwih’s rice terraces. Enjoy leisure days to immerse in Bali’s heritage. Conclude with cherished memories and depart from Bali International Airport. Discover Bali’s allure through nature, art, and spirituality on this enriching getaway.

Trip Highlights

  • Ubud Kintamani Tour
  • Uluwatu Temple & Kecak Dance
  • Tanah Lot Temple
  • Bedugul Mountain Resort & Ulun Danu Temple
  • Leisure and Exploration Days


Arrival at Bali International Airport Ngurah Rai (DPS). Our representative will welcome you at the airport then transfer to your hotel. Rest of the evening is free for you at leisure.

After breakfast proceed for Kintamani tours which will guide you around some of the most desirable and beautiful areas located in the northeast of Bali including incredible views of the Mount Batur volcano and the lakes of the area. As with most tours the eight hour tour begins at 9am at your personal hotel where air conditioned transport to the first locations that are traditional markets where cheap and beautiful gold and sliver where can be purchased and examined as well as carving of grand size and smaller examples that may make practical gifts or souvenirs. The Tukad Cepung Waterfall is one of the best among Bali waterfalls. You will be captivated by the beauty of the waterfall. A beautiful sight that you will see when you visit the waterfall, is the sun rays reflecting in the glistening water projecting a rainbow, which seems absolutely ethereal. The waterfall is well hidden between rocks and once you visit the place, you will be filled with a sense of peace of tranquility in the cool atmosphere of the Tukad Cepung Waterfall. Overnight stay at hotel.

At Uluwatu Temple we’ll experience the dramatic, traditional Kecak dance. Perched on the edge of a steep cliff, the Uluwatu Temple sits 70 metres above the crashing waves of the Indonesian Ocean. The temple is inhabited by a large number of monkeys, many of whom can be found roaming the pathways. The ceremonial Kecak Dance re-enacts the tale of the Ramayana through vibrant dances, dramatic arm gestures, hypnotic chanting and plenty of fire and flames. The dramatic performance is made even more bewitching with the backdrop of the stunning Indian Ocean. Visit a spectacular Tanah Lot Temple which stands proudly on the rock inside the ocean. Shopping time is available on this visit for any kind of Balinese handicraft products good for souvenirs and or for collection.

In the morning proceed for the Bedugul Mountain resort with its beautiful views of Lake Beratan and Ulun Danu temple. Enroute stops will also be made to visit to: Mengwi the former Royal temple of Taman Ayun and Jatiluwih the beautiful scenery of rice terraces.

Today you are free to explore Bali on your own. You may choose to go around the town, exploring its rich culture and heritage. You can end your day by having a dinner at a local tavern or traditional restaurant. Overnight stay at hotel.

Today you are free to explore Bali on your own. You may choose to go around the town, exploring its rich culture and heritage. You can end your day by having a dinner at a local tavern or traditional restaurant. Overnight stay at hotel.

Today morning check out from your hotel. You will be transferred to Bali International Airport Ngurah Rai (DPS) to catch your return flight back home.



  • Return Economy class Airfare EX-Delhi
  • 06 Nights accommodation
  • Daily Breakfast at the hotel
  • Half Day Tanah Lot Tour
  • Uluwatu + Kecak Dance
  • Ubud and Kintamani with Tukad Cepung Waterfall
  • North Bali with Rice Terraces (Jatiluwih - Bedugul with Taman Ayun)
  • Return Airport Transfers


  • Visa on Arrival
  • Travel Insurance


What is the best time to visit Bali?

Bali is a year-round destination, but the dry season (from April to October) is generally considered the best time to visit. During this period, the weather is sunny and pleasant, making it ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. The wet season (November to March) can bring heavy rains, but it’s also a good time for cultural experiences and lower crowds.

Is Bali suitable for family vacations?

Yes, Bali is a family-friendly destination with a wide range of activities for all ages. From beautiful beaches with calm waters to waterparks, animal sanctuaries, and cultural performances, there’s something for everyone. Many resorts also offer kids’ clubs and family-oriented amenities.

What should I wear when visiting temples in Bali?

When visiting temples in Bali, it’s important to dress respectfully. Both men and women should wear clothing that covers the shoulders and knees. Sarongs and sashes are often provided at the temple entrances if your attire doesn’t meet the requirements. It’s a good idea to have a lightweight scarf or shawl handy.

Are there any health precautions I should take before traveling to Bali?

It’s recommended to consult your doctor or a travel clinic before your trip to Bali. Make sure your routine vaccinations are up to date and inquire about vaccinations for diseases like typhoid and hepatitis A. Mosquito-borne illnesses like dengue fever are a concern, so pack insect repellent and consider wearing long sleeves in the evenings.

What are some must-try dishes in Bali?

Balinese cuisine offers a variety of flavors and dishes to explore. Don’t miss trying Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Mie Goreng (fried noodles), and Babi Guling (suckling pig). Enjoy local seafood, satay skewers, and traditional dishes like Lawar and Bebek Betutu. For dessert, indulge in Es Campur (mixed ice) and traditional Balinese cakes.


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Glimpses of Bali
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