“Must do” things when visiting BaliBlog
“Must do” things when visiting Bali
Cycle through around Ubud, villages, and rice fields.
Cycling in Ubud will make you discover the authentic side of Bali. Most cycling tours in Bali are down hilled that do not require you to be an athlete. It can convey a fascinating area of Ubud, be enchanted by the rice terraces and interact with some of the friendliest people you will ever meet in Bali. Definitely, a must do in Bali!
Mount Batur Trekking
One of the most beautiful sunrises in Bali is from the top of Mount Batur with a height of 1700 meters. The active volcano is the most popular hike in Bali, and you can get to the top through two different routes, but the sunrise path (11 km) is relatively easy to take, it is the ideal route for first-time climber.
Diving in Amed
Snorkel your way through the wreckage, colorful coral, and rich marine life. Bali is one of the top 5 dive destinations in the world, and you’ll understand why all in one closely consider their underwater world takes. Your best bet would be the region where Jemeluk Amed beaches, coral garden and a Japanese shipwreck. Avoid the crowds and enjoy the spectacular diving.
Explore the wild side of Bali and Lembongan Ceningan
Less than an hour’s ferry ride from Sanur awaits you the precious Nusa Lembongan and Penida Ceningan. These three islands are home to pristine nature, world-class diving and snorkeling, and rich fauna and flora. Nusa Lembongan is a tourist friendly, and Nusa Penida is still a virgin, and worthy to be explored!
The Gili await the Honeymooner and beach-goers
Keep at least three days your itinerary Bali explores the Gili Islands. Gili Island is located between Bali and Lombok. Surrounded by a diving school, restaurants pensions and hip bars, Gili Trawangan is ideal for a night of fun. Although both air and Menno are coveted for honeymooners because it’s natural tranquility, crystal clear waters, and white sandy beaches.
Enjoy life at a slow pace on horseback or by bicycle.