Bali Indonesia

What Bali lacks in size, it certainly makes up for in charm and personality. The picturesque Indonesian island is a divine collection of stunning beaches, enlightening culture, volcanic landforms and extremely welcoming locals. The word paradise is sometimes overused but in describing the award winning “island of the gods” Bali, it couldn’t be more fitting.

Travel Information
Bali Travel Information
Check out our travel sections for everything you need to know on getting to Bali.
Things to do
Things to do on Bali
The water is the star attraction in Bali but is far from the only entertainment to be found on Bali.
Ferry Times
Bali's Beaches
Check out our section on Ferry times to Bali from other Indonesian destinations.
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Bali is the first Indonesian destination within the We love travel series of tourist destinations around the world. Notably Indonesia’s finest and most traveled island, choosing Bali as the first was an easy decision. Be sure to check out the dedicated blog section giving you an overview of the other destinations and whats great about them within our we love travel series of websites. Maybe you are planning a trip along the famous banana pancake trail of south east asia. We cover a vast majority of the destinations along the trail, so be sure to look them up when booking your accommodation or researching each location.  


Bali Accommodation


Undoubtedly the island of the gods Bali, has by far the best range of accommodation to be found anywhere across Indonesia. From the cheap Losmans to the private luxury villas just about every kind of accommodation is available during your stay.  Kuta is where the backpackers tend to stay. Cramming themselves into the smallest and most basic of rooms at very little expense.
Seminyak, Nusa Dua and Ubud are home to a cluster of luxury five star resorts that line each of there stunning beach fronts. Whilst Seminyak and Nusa Dua is more geared up for surfing and parting, Ubud is a popular place to stay for those who prefer a quieter more spiritual holiday.  




One thing you can guarantee come rain or shine in Bali is it’s still going to be hot.  With it’s tropical climate temperatures can reach as high as 33 degrees some days. There are Two seasons on Bali the wet and the dry season. The dry season runs from April to September and the wet season October until March.




The star attraction of Bali for many years has been the water and it’s beaches. Surfing and Scuba Diving in particular. Surfers from all over the world take to the water of Bali, during the dry season with competitions being held throughout the year there. Away from the beach there are thousands of temples located all over Bali. Some ancient and some modern dating as far back as the 8th century. The number of Golf courses has increased on the island over the last 10 years and ex Australian professional golf player Greg Norman was responsible for designing the stunning Nirwana Bali Gold Club course.