Jets of waterfalls on every pitstop, enveloped by a blanket of lush green, sprawling wildlife, and sounds of waves crashing nearby, if nature ever created poetry, its verses will paint a picture of no other but Bali. Enter the surreal world of this pocket-size island and experience a splash of freshness, fragrance, and festivity. Home to around 20,000 temples, the aroma and aura of the Island of Gods induces nothing but bliss. Bali never falls short of sweet surprises and Bali honeymoon packages have their own touch to add to the sweetness.
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|Bali Honeymoon Package From Kochi||5 Nights/6 Days||Meals, Sightseeing, Upto 4 Stars Hotels|
|Bali Honeymoon Package From Chennai||5 Nights/6 Days||Flight, Meals, Sightseeing, Upto 4 Stars Hotels|
|Bali Honeymoon Package From Hyderabad||5 Nights/6 Days||Flight, Meals, Sightseeing, Upto 4 Stars Hotels|
|Bali Honeymoon Package From Bangalore||5 Nights/6 Days||Meals, Sightseeing, Upto 4 Stars Hotels|
|Bali Honeymoon Package From Delhi||5 Nights/6 Days||Flight, Meals, Sightseeing, Upto 4 Stars Hotels|
Wherever you go, flower petals will follow and welcome you with the warmth of this tropical island. Covering an area of 5,780 km² in the Southeast Asian country of Indonesia, Bali is a small little paradise every part of which celebrates love. From sky kissing swings to reviving spas and more, the island has a way to bring those close, closer, making it a perfect abode for honeymooners.
Summers in Bali are often termed as the dry season. During this part of the year flocks maximum number of tourists mainly because nobody loves to dive in water when there is plenty pouring from above. During this time, the island is free from frequent rain showers and is a dry happy place to explore and partake in water sports. Therefore, the period between the months of April and September is termed as the best time to land in Bali. Owing to popularity, this can also cause a hike in prices, therefore, it is recommended that you plan your getaway ahead of time.
Monsoons in Bali are a windy affair. They last for almost six months and have more to do with the wind than rain. The time between October and March mark the wet season in Bali. During this time the island receives maximum rainfall and is mostly humid. Drizzles might dampen the spirits of some travel junkies but it still lures many tourists as the cost drops. If you don’t mind rain accompanying you and are in for the city beauty, then march ahead since the island unfolds a different story within four walls.
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Reaching Bali through a flight is a piece of cake. Just hop on a flight to Denpasar, the capital of Bali. Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport, boards several flights to various destinations around the world. The island has good air connectivity and covers Europe, Asia, Australia, America, and more.
Road trip might extend your traveling duration but at the same time will let you get a closer look. One can easily reach Denpasar by hopping on a bus from Jakarta. Moreover, to explore Bali by road, it is recommended that you rent a cab. This will let you explore the island at your own pace and will.
If you long for a journey on the sea, you can opt from some of the available options. You must fly to Singapore, Sumatra, or Java to hop on a cruise for Bali honeymoon. It will take longer but it has its own perks. One of them being the breathtaking view that comes as an add on to the journey.
Bali is quite safe to travel. Mostly the island is calm and flocked with tourists from around the world, but it is always suggested to take care of your belongings.
Well, Kuta beach is anything but secluded. Rather, it is the most flocked by globetrotters from across the globe. Some of the alternatives will be Seminyak Beach and Nusa Dua Beach.
It is highly recommended that you only consume bottled water. Even for tasks like brushing your teeth or cooking, one must use bottled water or else mild dysentery is likely to come your way.
Visiting Indonesia is not much of a hassle since the country offers visa on arrival for a stay of 30 days. For a better understanding, you can ask your travel consultant.
Bali is home to three volcanoes---Mount Agung, Mount Batur, and Buyan-Bratan. Out of these, two are active volcanoes.
Even though, most high-end cafes/restaurants and shops accept credit/debit cards, many local shops and food courts still run in cash. So while strolling the streets, it will be suggested that you carry some cash.
Bali's belly is a common term used to describe a phenomenon of mild dysentery that might happen if you drank water straight from the tap.