Bali, a heavenly island with many titles; The Island of Thousands Temples, The Island of Love, or The Island of God, you name it. Bali filled with amazing things people can see and enjoy such historical sites, enormous panorama views, arts, nature, culture, and many others. Enjoy your honeymoon by cruise dinner, enjoying massage program, visiting Pura and strolling at the beaches. Villages visit with Barong and Kecak dance performance are also things you can’t miss.
Day 1: ARRIVAL BALI (D) Day 2: SAHADEWA BARONG DANCE - BALI BIRD PARK - TEGAL ALANG - KINTAMANI (B) Day 3: TANJUNG BENOA – DINNER CRUISE (B/D) Day 4: TANAH LOT – 02 HOURS BALINESE MASSAGE AT BALI ORCHID (B) Day 5: HALFDAY ULUWATU KECAK DANCE (B) Day 6: DEPARTURE (B)
INCLUDED • All-in private transportation with modern Air-Conditioned vehicle (toll, parking fee, fuel) from start to finish • Well-experienced driver • Daily mineral water • All accommodation (5 nights) • Entrance fees for all tourism attractions according to itinerary • All breakfast • Balinese Massage • Dinner at Jimbaran according to itinerary • English speaking tour guide EXCLUDED • Airfares • Travel insurance and other emergencies • Visa fees and entry clearing fees • Lunch and Dinner • Optional gratuities to driver and guide
• Sunglasses • Mask Protective head cover (from heat)
• Standard hotel check-in 14.00, check-out 12.00. Early check-in and late check-out will be subject to additional charge according to the hotel policy. • The documentation might be used for any promotional purposes. • All itineraries subject to weather condition. • Indonesia rainy season usually starts from November till March, we recommend you to bring rain coat or umbrella if you are travelling in this period. And note that sudden change of climate is usual in Indonesia. • Rate in high and peak season might be slightly higher from standard price we are offering due to availability of the hotels and such. • Low season in Indonesia: Mid November – Mid April (except mid-December – mid January) High season in Indonesia: June – October + public holidays Peak Season in Indonesia: Mid December – Mid January + June – August (School holidays) + a week before and after Eid Al-Fitr. • We do not recommend you to travel to Bali on Nyepi since the service will be very limited, people are not allowed to leave their residences for one whole day, and airport will not operating as well. Travelling a week before and after Eid Al-Fitr is also risky as most of Indonesian Muslims will swarm to their hometown for family gathering (before Eid Al-Fitr) and reverse back by the end of the holiday (after Eid Al-Fitr); it is much like Christmas and New Year holidays. Heavy traffic, overcrowded tourism spots, and minimum hotel services are to be expected. • BBM rate is 7500/liter (last updated 27 December 2018).