Category: Adventures

Hiking & cycling, wild water rafting, climbing mountains, exploring all of the island’s waterfalls, temples and beaches – you can read all about it here on the activities adventures page.


Bali Waterfalls Guide

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Updated on 22/06/2018 Bali is not only home to endless beautiful beaches with breathtaking sunsets, rolling rice paddies, lakes, and mountains but also to stunning Bali waterfalls. Great cool, lush green paradises where the force and beauty of nature will…

10 things not to miss in Bali

10 things not to miss in Bali

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Bali has been named ‘The Island of the Gods’, the ‘Island of a thousand temples’, ‘Paradise Island’ and no wonder! This tiny Hindu island, one of the 17,508 islands in Indonesia, is home to an amazingly rich culture, endless rice…

8 Weekend Getaways for Digital Nomads in Bali

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So you’ve decided to pack up and set off for a digital nomad trip to Bali. You might stay a month or two, which leaves you with a handful of weekends free. There’s much to see and do here, so…

River rafting in Bali

Bali is more than just beaches and nightlife. There’s plenty of adventure and river rafting against a picturesque backdrop of dense tropical jungles, towering gorges and magnificent rice paddies is one not to be missed! So slap on some sunscreen…

Mount Agung Sunrise

8 Rules to Surviving a Climb up Mount Agung

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Update 25 May 2018: Mount Agung’s activity level is downgraded to level 3 and the exclusion zone is within 4km radius from the crater (Source: Bali Tourism Board). We still strongly advise going anywhere near the crater. Update 24 September…

Bali Hiking Trails

Into the Wild: 3 of Bali’s Best Hiking Trails

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Maybe trekking active volcanos isn’t quite your thing but exploring the wilderness still is. If you’re eager to see what’s beyond the beach clubs and boutique shops of South Bali, make sure to leave a few days to discover the natural countryside…

Monkey Forest Bali

Monkey Forest Inhabitants: Cute or Conniving?

There are two types of people in this world, monkey friends and monkey foes, and nowhere is this distinction made more clear than at the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud. For some, the idea of strolling through this wild animal sanctuary is…