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Tours in Bali
Here are all the tours we are currently offering in Bali. We are adding new tours monthly.
Nusa Penida Instagram Tour: The Most Famous Spots
12 hours$119 $99
Bali Instagram Tour: The Most Famous Spots
13 hours$109 $99
Nusa Penida Snorkeling Adventure
12 hours$155 $125
Bali Elephant Bath & Breakfast Day Tour
10 hours$175 $159
Bali Ultimate Monkey Forest Tour
10 hours$109 $99
Bali Secret Waterfall Tour
10 hours$99 $89
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Best of Ubud Tour
10 hours$99 $89
Snorkeling in Nusa Penida Tour
8 hours$135 $109
Bali White Water Rafting & ATV Adventure
10 hours$185 $169
Uluwatu Instagram Tour: Unforgettable Beaches
10 hours$109 $99
Bali VIP Ultimate Spa Experience & Tanah Lot Temple Visit
8 hours$155 $139
Mount Ijen: Electric Blue Fire Tour
2 days$239 $209
Nusa Penida Instagram Tour: Legendary Spots
12 hours$119 $99
Uluwatu & Kecak Dance Tour (Half Day)
6 hours$85 $79
Ubud Jungle Swing, Temple & Waterfall Tour (Half Day)
6 hours$89 $79
Volcano Adventure: A Trek to Mount Ijen & Mount Bromo
3 days$499 $449
Mount Batur Sunrise Hike & Hot Spring Tour
14 hours$179 $149
Bali Breathtaking Waterfall Tour
10 hours$99 $89
Nusa Lembongan Tour: The Most Famous Spots
12 hours$109 $99
Balinese Cooking Class & Tanah Lot Temple Visit
8 hours$99 $89
Bali Water Sports Adventure & Water Blow Visit
6 hours$99 $89
Lovina Dolphin Watching & Snorkeling Adventure
13 hours$149 $109
Magical Ubud Rice Terrace Tour
10 hours$99 $89
Balinese Local Experience Culture Tour
9 hours$99 $89
Nusa Penida Tembeling Waterfall Tour
11 hours$119 $105
Bali Instagram Foodie Experience
11 hours$109 $99
Bali Breakfast with Orangutans & ATV Adventure
10 hours$169 $149
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Planning Your Vacation to Bali
If you’re overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choices when it comes to planning your Bali trip, consider taking some guided tours in Bali and benefit from itineraries curated and run by friendly locals who’ll love to show you round the best spots on the island! With tours in Bali for every type of traveler, we’ve got the perfect excursions for your Bali trip; from an action packed Bali white water rafting tour, an ultimate Bali spa experience or a cultural trip around the best temples and instagram spots in Bali, we have day tours and longer experiences for every type of visit. We’ve put together a handful of great tips and resources to help you plan your perfect Bali trip with the best tours in Bali.
Why take a vacation to Bali?
Located in the heart of Indonesia, Bali is famous for its rich history, incredible landscapes and deep rooted culture, all of which helps attract the mass of tourism the island receives - making up the majority of its economy. With more people discovering this hidden gem, it’s no surprise more and more people are taking a vacation to Bali every year.
Packed full of idyllic beaches to relax on, waterfalls to marvel at and no shortage of hotels and resorts, Bali is a paradise for anyone looking to escape the humdrum of everyday life. Whether you want to explore it alone or have local professionals organize your tours in Bali, you’re bound to make memories for life on your vacation to Bali.
Suitable for families and solo travelers alike, taking a trip to Bali can be whatever you want it to be; a relaxing getaway or a unique way to experience the Balinese way of life. Taking guided day tours in Bali is both an easy and relaxing way to explore this beautiful island, whether you’re looking for spiritual meaning or an excursion packed with adventure. You can even take one of our famed Bali island tours and spend a day relaxing in a slice of paradise.
Consider coming with us to explore the amazing neighboring island of Nusa Penida, renowned for its quiet and relaxed way of life - you’ll even get some memorable snaps along the way! If a cultural tour in Bali is more up your street, take a trip to Ubud and other villages to see how the locals live their lives; you might even get the chance to buy some handmade souvenirs.
What to Pack for your Trip to Bali
- Sunscreen - Bali has a tropical climate which means it’s hot and sunny pretty much all year round. Be sure to protect yourself when you’re out and about on a tour in Bali as nobody wants that classic tourist sunburn!
- Swimsuit - along with the climate, the abundance of beautiful beaches and waterfalls in Bali mean you’ll practically be living in your swimsuit, so this is something you definitely don’t want to forget. With many of our Bali excursions giving you a chance to go for a swim or feel the rush of an amazing waterfall, forgetting your swimsuit will be something you really regret!
- Plug adapter - with all the photos you’ll be taking on your Bali vacation, you’ll be needing to charge your camera (and other devices), so an electrical plug adapter is a must!
- Comfy shoes - if you’re planning on taking some adventure tours in Bali and want to do some hiking and exploring the many cliffs and volcanoes here, be sure to bring some shoes you’re happy to walk in - especially for the sunrise mountain treks!
- Sarong - on your trip to Bali a sarong will definitely come in handy. Some of the temples require you to dress modestly, which means legs and/or shoulders should be covered. A sarong is a lightweight and easy way to solve this issue by simply tying it over you if required.
- Lightweight rain jacket - although Bali is hot and sunny year round, there is a slight chance of a rain shower (especially in the rainy season which is December - April) so it’s best to come prepared just in case - the last thing you want is to be caught on a Bali tour in the rain!
- Mosquito repellent - Whether you take one of our excursions in Bali or make your own way around, you’ll encounter mosquitos and other bugs. Along with the tropical climate come the tropical bugs, but some everyday mosquito repellent should keep them at bay.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many days do you need in Bali?
As many as you can stay for! Bali is a hub of activity which can keep you entertained for weeks, so although we’d love for you to stay as long as possible, we’d recommend spending at least a week or two in paradise to give you enough time to get a taste of what taking a trip to Bali is really like - we promise you’ll want to come back once your vacation comes to an end!
Is Bali safe to visit?
Bali is safe to visit - tourism is the biggest industry on the island and it won’t take you long to encounter other visitors enjoying the sunshine! There are a couple of things you should keep your eyes out for, as there have been instances of thefts and scams in city areas - this isn’t unusual for almost any travel destination, so keep your wits about you and you’ll be fine! You might also experience the local wildlife up close on some of our Bali tours, but follow instructions from our tour guides, enjoy the experience and you won’t have anything to worry about. We take the safety and security of our visitors very seriously, with all of our local day tours in Bali being run by locals with knowledge and experience of the areas you’ll be visiting.
Is it expensive to visit Bali?
How expensive Bali is to visit largely depends on your choice of accommodation, the food you eat, and how you spend your time on the island - there are luxurious and more budget friendly options for all of the above, so if you want to live life a little more frugally you still won’t be left out of the fun! Our tours of Bali often include food, entrance fees to attractions and even transportation to and from your accommodation, which can make them a stress free and budget conscious way to enjoy your vacation in Bali. Check out some of our personal favorite hotels in Bali to see where you could be staying on your next holiday!
What clothes do you need to pack for a trip to Bali?
The diverse weather and range of tours in Bali you might be undertaking makes it necessary to pack a variety of lightweight clothes, comfortable shoes suitable for Bali tours and a swimsuit as a minimum. This should include shorts, t-shirts, skirts and other items of loose-fitting clothing - the island is sunny most of the time, but there’s no harm throwing in a rain jacket if you happen to get stuck in a shower!
If you want to know the times to avoid if you’re looking for a sunny getaway, it’s worth researching the best time to visit Bali before you book. It’s important to be prepared for everything, so packing different types of clothes can help ensure you don’t get caught out on your trip to Bali.
What language is spoken in Bali?
Most people who live in Bali understand several languages; although the main languages of the island are Balinese and Indonesian, most locals will understand English to some degree, especially in popular tourist destinations. You shouldn’t have any problems on our private tours in Bali, as all of our tour guides are local!
Is Bali a family friendly destination?
Yes! Bali is the perfect place for any family holiday due to its wide range of activities, suitable for any age. With cultural sites to explore, beaches to relax on, fun filled activities to partake in and even amazing amenities at most hotels, you can be sure that Bali is safe for children - although we recommend taking normal precautions with your children as you would anywhere in the world!
Whether you’re planning your trip to Bali, have everything booked and ready to go, or doing last minute checks before you jet off, we know you’re going to have an amazing time on your vacation to Bali. If you’ve made up your mind about Bali being your dream holiday destination but you’re not sure what the next step is, check out the best resorts in Bali for some inspiration.
If you’re looking for the best place to start exploring on your dream vacation to Bali, consider taking some of our tours in Bali, all of which are run by local private tour guides with extensive experience and knowledge of the areas they operate tours in - we don’t think there’s any better way to explore on your Bali vacation!