Bali Round Trip
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Bali, paradise island on earth right in the Indian Ocean! Golden #sandbeaches, coconut palm trees, perfect #surfing conditions, beautiful tiny villages, breathtaking views from mountain tops and a spectacular sunset. #bali has it all and to explore this place with all it’s varieties will change you forever!

Let’s show you some of our highlights: 


The city of Ubud in the highlands of Bali is known as the center of the island for traditional crafts, dance and culture. It is the pulsating heart of the island and you can really experience it’s #spiritual power here. Ubud is surrounded by the #rainforest and the Tegallalang Rice Terraces as well as the #Hindu temples and shrines are among Bali's most important symbols. Ancient sacred sites include the temple complex of Tirta Empul, the elaborately carved Goa Gajah (elephant cave) and the shrines of Pura Gunung Kawi carved from the rock can be seen here as well as the famous Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Keep an eye on your belongings though, as the sneaky monkeys might try to steal them. A world famous #instagrammable spot and true gem is the Air Terjun Tibumana waterfall which is hidden in the rainforest. Do not forget to pack your your swimsuit and extra clothes and jump in the refreshing water.


Pecatu differs from the rest of Bali and will show you are different side of the island. It has hilly landscapes with limestone cliffs and isolated small and short beaches with more privacy than the crowded tourist beaches. Some bays are hidden behind great cliff walls and are only accessible via steps and log ramps through narrow gaps in the rock. The area is famous for #surfers and #nudists, who have more privacy behind the cliffs. One of the most unique shores of Bali is located right behind such a cliff wall, the Suluban Beach!

Who knows, maybe you find the perfect wave in a hidden bay at Pecatu?

Pecatu is also known for the famous religious Uluwatu Temple. The temple is inhabited by monkeys who are notorious for stealing visitors' belongings. Usually,they trade back the items for fruit, although this only encourages them to steal more. Sneaky monkeys!


Kuta is a #partyisland. Great sunsets, cosy beach bars, good conditions for surfing and a wide range of restaurants, bars and shopping facilities. And then there is the notorious #nightlife of Kuta. Get lost in one of the many clubs of the island and let the music and dance culture do it’s work. Cure your next day hangover with a coconut cocktail on one of the picture perfect golden sand beaches and recover in #paradise. The Bali Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport is located just south of Kuta, which is most likely why you will start or end your trip here.