Vibrant yet Spiritual.
Want to enjoy the thrills of Para sailing to Banana boat rides, Snorkeling and Night life Whilst also catering to spiritual and physical Well-Being? Then Bali is the place to be!
A country which has two facets – Vibrant Beaches full of fun and frolic to Spiritual foot Hills, full of freshly smelling paddy fields and beautiful ancient Hindu temples. Indians are welcome with free Visa on arrival. Just land at Denpasar Airport, hire a cab and head toward Ubud (38 Kms. drive), a beautiful small hilly town with resorts surrounded with Paddy fields.
Serene & Scenic We stayed at Alaya Resort within the city centre, full of luxury and hospitality. Surrounded with paddy fields and just five minutes from the Monkey forest which is a rain-forest area full of banyan trees, flowing streams, ancient Hindu temples and baths, with scores of Langurs swinging on the trees, friendly enough to reach out to you for a quick banana or a photo with you. Other places worth a visit around the city are : (i) Uluwatu temple which is a famous Balinese sea temple. The whole temple stands on a cliff soaring 200 feet above a prime Bali surfing spot,
(ii) Goa Gajah Temple or Elephant Cave, set in lush green forests which are beautifully maintained,
(iii) Holy Spring Temple (Tirta Empul) which consists of abathing structure, famous for its holy spring water,
(iv) Sunrise Watch Kintamani-This tour will let you experience three great natural wonders in Bali -the sunrise watch in Kintamani facing Mount Batur, the majestic rice field of Lemukih Village and the spectacular Sekumpul Waterfall
(v) Pura Besakih temple which is a biggest Hindu temple in Bali-This sprawling complex consolidates 23 separate temples. It owns beautiful view from the top of temple area where we can see the wide nature panorama until to the ocean. You have to see them to believe how majestic, panoramic and architecture wonders these temples are.
Vivacious & Pristine. Post the relaxing holiday, we headed towards the Beach town of Kuta… On our arrival, girls dressed up in traditional Balinese attire of ancient Indian Apsaras welcomed us at the reception of ‘Sheraton Kuta’, a Kuta beach property overlooking the beautifully white sand beach. Next two
days we took a private beach tour which included Nusa Dua Beach, famous for its beautiful blue water, pristine white sand and water sports activity. Before I could settle down, I was being tugged high in a para sail tied to the motor boat with the guide shouting on a speaker giving me guidance for a safe landing. But what’s the fun if you don’t get wet in water sports. Saw a group of young first getting ready for a Banana boat ride which ends up in a Biggg Splash! all this and lots of fun. Other beaches covered in the tour were Sanur beach, Balangan Beach, Padang Padang beach, Dreamland, Lovina beach….Each one of them offering breathtakingly beautiful sights.
Came back from Bali with beautiful memories to cherish.