Traveling to Bali

Bali is a destination easy to reach economically from all major cities worldwide.  There is a strong presence from all recognised airlines, the majority of which offer secure websites for booking online. Australia’s main carriers to Bali include Garuda, Virgin and Jet Star with most of them providing daily flights to Bali. For flights from Europe and Asia try Singapore Airlines, Malaysian Airlines, Thai Airways, Qatar Airways, KLM. Alternatively speak to your travel agent who will be able to organise flights for you.

Bali has a tempered climate with average temperatures of 31 degrees Celsius. The rainy season is between October and April but does not deter a strong following of tourists who visit Bali during this period. The frequent downpours are often limited to only part of the day and  would not normally impede daily tourism activity .The dry season is between April/May and September   bringing blue  skies , a perfect time to visit and  enjoy the beautiful beaches of Bali.

The population of Bali is around 4,000,000, and is home to most of Indonesia’s Hindu population. The Balinese people are warm, friendly and eager to please.  It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music."

 Bali is mystical; its ancient and individual culture is plain for all to see. It is easy for even the first time visitor to catch a glimpse, or even be involved, in the life of real Bali in a way that we are seldom able to do in other destinations where local life is often hidden behind tourist attractions.

You can eat in restaurants where the food is world class and sophisticated or spend pennies on street food. You can enjoy water sports, island-hop, lie on one of the sandy beaches or explore villages, rice paddies and temples. You can see and be seen with the ‘in-crowd’, drink cocktails and shop until you drop or discover the Bali of centuries ago in still practiced ceremonies and dance. All of this on an island whose size makes it possible to achieve all this during your stay and manage to still leave you feeling relaxed.