Bali Tour Package from India 2020 | Flat 20% off
The most surreal island of the Indonesian archipelago, Bali has achieved a lot of popularity across the globe for its dreamy beaches, mystical temples, terraced rice plantations, and crazy nightlife. While some travellers come here to try adventurous water sports and enjoy the Balinese massage others visit this exotic destination to seek spirituality and bask in nature’s lap.With Thrillophilia’s amazing Bali tour package from India, you can explore all the hidden secrets of Bali and enjoy every mind-boggling activity the island has to offer. As per the Bali tour package from India, you will spend the first day of your Bali trip at leisure after being dropped off at your hotel from the airport in a comfortable air-conditioned SUV.The second day of the Bali package from India is reserved for a local excursion tour filled with everything scenic. Your day’s excursion will start with a visit to Tibumana Waterfall - known for its cool breeze, peaceful atmosphere, and picturesque scenery. Next, you will head to Tukad Cepung Waterfall, where you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing. Then, you will proceed to Kintamani, where you will witness Mount Batur - an active Indonesian volcano and its beautiful Crater Lake. This will be followed by a visit to Coffee Farm in Temen. Here, you will stroll past spices, vanilla, fruits, and coffee plantations. Next, you will head to Tegalalang Rice Field - home to lush rice paddies. Here, you will enjoy swinging over the photogenic rice terraces, enjoying the surreal views from the sky. The third day of your trip to Bali will majorly consist of temple visits. On this day, you will visit Taman Ayun - one Bali’s 6 royal temples, Ulun Danu Bratan Temple - 17th-century shrine dedicated to Lord Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, Handara Gate, Wanagiri Hidden Hill, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces - Bali’s largest rice terrace, and Tanah Lot Temple - popular for its sunset backdrops and offshore setting.The fourth day will start with some hair-raising water sports at Tanjung Benoa Beach. You will then proceed to Uluwatu Temple, where you will bask in the spellbinding sea views and watch the Kecak and Fire Dance performance. You will wind up for the day after a soothing visit to the Jimbaran Bay and the Jimbaran Beach. You will start the fifth day of your Bali tour from India by watching the colourful Barong and Kris dance, which offers an insight into Balinese mythology. Then, you will head to Tegenungan Waterfall, which is enclosed by dense tropical jungle and oozes out the rich natural charm. Next, you will proceed to Goa Gajah, a historical site known for its brilliant rock carvings. This will be followed by visits to the Ubud Monkey Forest - the habitat of long-tailed Balinese monkeys, Ubud Palace, and Ubud Market.The sixth day of your Bali trip will be all about an enchanting tour of the alluring East Bali. Your day’s tour will begin from Lempuyang Temple, which is perched atop Mount Lempuyang and considered as one of the oldest Hindu temples of Bali. Next, you will visit Tirta Gangga Water Palace - an age-old water palace of the Karangasem empire. Then, you will head to Pura Goa Lawah, which dates back to the 11th century and shelters thousands of bats. You will wind up your excursion for the day with a visit to Kertha Gosa, which is a rich historical site known for its typical Balinese architecture. On the seventh day, you will board a speed boat from Sanur Port and leave for Nusa Penida Island. Once you reach here, you will head to Broken Beach - a stunning limestone formation with waves gushing in through a cut arch. Next, you will proceed to Angel’s Billabong - a natural infinity pool, also known as Angel of Nusa Penida. Then, you will pay a visit to Kelingking Beach, which is famous for its turquoise waters, shimmering white sands, and steep cliffs. On the eighth day, you will bid goodbye to Bali with a hope to be back on this flamboyant island soon again.