Bali is a sun-kissed, stylish and vibrant destination- perfect for honeymooners. A seamless blend of welcoming culture, intriguing architecture and stunning natural beauty, it’s a destination synonymous with tranquility and pleasure.
Neigbouring Bali, Lombok is a beautiful island made up of stunning beaches, which are fantastic surfing spots to practice your skills, volcanic calderas and trekking routes through lush jungles that reveal trickling waterfalls. A Lombok honeymoon package teamed with Bali as well as the option to visit the nearby Gili Islands is a great option to see some of Indonesia’s beautiful islands in one holiday.
3 tiny islands near the coast of northwest Lombok make up the Gili Islands, which are known for sandy beaches lined with swaying palm trees and vibrant coral reefs just offshore, making this a fantastic destination for snorkelling and diving with over 25 dive sites surrounding the islands. Each Gili Islands offers something unique; you can swim with turtles on Gili Meno, see spectacular sights at Gili Trawangan’s hill viewpoint and Gili Air can be travelled by foot in around 2 and a half hours!
The lush volcanic island of Bali is adorned with pristine beaches, rivers, emerald rice paddies and exquisite architecture. The beaches are great for both action and relaxation and snorkeling opportunities are rife.
Visit the cultural heart of Bali, Ubud, famed for art, craft and carvings. In world-renowned arts centre Ubud you’ll find a host of galleries, museums and daily cultural performances.
Seminyak is vibrant, with stylish cafes and bars such as Potato Head Beach Club. The club hosts a pool bar to cool off in while drinking cocktails overlooking the ocean. A Balinese massage is an essential part of any Bali honeymoon as the Balinese use their magic fingers to release tension
With sunshine throughout the year, Bali has a tropical monsoon climate, with pleasant temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius. Rainy season starts from October to March, bringing heavy showers and high humidity. June to September is considered the driest season, with low humidity.
A flight from the U.K to Denpasar, the capital of Bali is approximately 16 hours, with a stop over in Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Hong Kong. One important thing to remember about Bali is to avoid drinking tap water and only use bottled water, as you don’t want ‘Bali belly’ on your holiday.
Lombok & Gili Islands
Lombok is a beautiful island, which neighbours Bali with white pristine beaches with surfing spots. If you’re looking for an adventurous honeymoon, explore Lombok’s volcanic calderas and trek through lush jungles in search of trickling waterfalls. Lombok works well with a Bali holiday package as well as the option to visit the nearby Gili Islands for an unforgettable honeymoon.
Made up of 3 tiny islands found in the ocean near the coast of northwest Lombok, the Gili Islands are known for sandy beaches lined with swaying palm trees and vibrant coral reefs making this a fantastic destination for your honeymoon if you love snorkelling and diving with over 25 dive sites surrounding the islands. Each of the Gili Islands has its own characteristics; you can swim with turtles on Gili Meno, for beautiful views visit Gili Trawangan’s hill viewpoint and the smaller island of Gili Air can be travelled by foot in around 2 and a half hours!
What is the currency in Bali?
The currency in Bali is Rupiah.
What language is spoken in Bali?
Indonesian is the main language spoken in Bali, however there are several regional languages also spoken. English is widely spoken also.
How long does it take to fly to Bali?
15 ½ hours
What is the time difference in Bali?
GMT +8 hours
When is the best time to visit Bali?
Do I need a visa to travel to Bali?
Tourists are not required to hold a visa for trips less than 30 days.