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Flight to Bali Denpasar

The island of Gods

Though Bali is the smallest island of the Indonesian archipelago, it remains the country’s largest tourist destination. This tropical paradise is washed by the waters of the Bali Sea and the Indian Ocean. Bali exudes exotic fragrances that are unique in the world.

The essential

Exotic refinement

From North to South the island unveils its gorgeous beaches, volcanic landscapes and forests. The shores are washed by emerald waves, much appreciated by surfers.  In Bali you will find all kinds of beaches, from immaculate white to grayish-black. You can also contemplate beautiful mountains and bright-green rice fields. Wonder at the amazing scenery while peasants go about their daily chores. Just enjoy the dreamy, postcard-perfect vista.    
The local hospitality, kindness and lifestyle greatly contribute to Bali’s worldwide reputation. Bali has remained Hindu whereas the majority of Indonesians are Muslim. Daily life is punctuated by prayers, religious celebrations and offerings to Hindu Gods. Bask in the serene atmosphere of temples such as Tanah Lot and Uluwatu.

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Get pampered in Paradise

Spa treatments and relaxing massages: Bali is famous for pampering its visitors. Unwind completely and enjoy being catered to…your body and soul will thank you. On a splendid beach or in the privacy of your hotel, indulge in a world-renown Balinese massage.

Hiking in the rice fields of Jatiluwih or at the Rinjani volcano

Terraced rice fields are elegant and bear witness to the country's excellence in growing rice. Admire breathtaking landscapes of green shades that melt into a live painting. You can enjoy the authentic scenery on foot, on a bike or by car. Mount Rinjani is an active volcano. It stands 3726 meters tall and is Indonesia's second highest volcano. Hiking, trekking, climbing, camping…Mount Rinjani offers many options. Accompanied by a guide, you will enjoy a unique adventure and contemplate stunning views.

Mouthwatering food

Experience Balinese culture through local culinary specialties. Have a taste of Nasi Goreng, an Indonesian fried rice dish, Mi rebus, boiled noodles with gravy or the famous Babi Guling, a delicious pig roast. In Jimbara you can relish in a tasty dish of giant prawns, marinated in lime and garlic before being cooked on coconut bark...simply delicious!

Dive in Gili

The Gili islands are surrounded by splendid coral reefs. Known for the beauty of their diving spots, the islands count many diving schools catering to experienced and amateur divers alike. For a unique snorkelling experience, head to Nusa Penida or Pulau Menjangan and its legendary reef drop-off.