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Eat, Pray, Love

Type of Traveler​

  • Luxury

  • Party-goer

  • Earth-loving

  • Lovebirds and Honeymooners


  • Disconnect and enjoy Balinese hospitality

  • Indulge in spas and wellness sessions

  • Party until the wee hours of the night in Seminyak

  • Stay in a luxury villa

  • Explore the streets of Ubud

When to visit

Peak season


Shoulder season


Low season

Bali has two seasons rather than four: wet (October - April) and dry (May - September), but there are no extreme temperatures all year long. Bali is a year-round destination, and that's why it's one of our favorite destinations! 

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Day 1: Ubud

Your dream journey begins the moment you touchdown and your private driver whisks you to the charming town of Ubud, also known as the cultural hub of Bali.

There is just something about this place that makes it very spiritual and gives a laidback vibe. Ubud offers breathtaking scenery of terraced rice paddies, jungle vibes, traditional Indonesians and some of the island's most luxurious accommodations. 


Day 2-4: Ubud

Spend the next two days exploring the streets of Bali. 

- Visit local arts and crafts markets

- If you're an early riser, hike up Mount Batu volcano for an incredible panoramic view of Bali

- Take a Balinese cooking class 

- Visit the infamous Bali swing

- Take a photo with a monkey at the Sacred Monkey Forest

- Indulge in a yoga class, or experience a an original Balinese massage.

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Day 4-7: Uluwatu

No trip to Bali is complete without visiting Uluwatu, located in the southern coast and known for the best surf breaks in the world, waterfront and open air bars. 

A visit to the island's most iconic temple, the Temple of Uluwatu, is a must. Expect mind blowing views of the Temple over the Indian Ocean, and witness a traditional Kecak dance.

Day 7-10: Gili Islands

Hop on a ferry and head to 

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