Bali Travel Packages

Bali is one of the most frequented places in the world. The island is loved for its beautiful landscapes, exotic food, unique culture, and exciting activities. Bali offers the perfect getaway if you’re looking for restful recuperation or adventure travel. And if you’re still not convinced, here are a few other reasons to visit Bali (link to the Bali tour package page). Before choosing our Bali travel packages, you must know a few things.

When is The Best Time to Visit Bali?

The best time to visit Bali is between April to October, with August being the dried month of the year. These are typically summer months and ideal for tourists looking to enjoy water sports activities like surfing, snorkeling, and diving. The days are sunny and bright, and the perfect time to take part in some of the island’s local festivities. For instance, the Air Festival, held in April, celebrates Bali’s music and culture. Odalan is held in August as devotees gather to seek spiritual attainment.

Winter is from November to March and is generally considered low season. While there’s not much scope for water-based activities, you can do plenty of other things. You can climb the famous Mount Batur or participate in the Suwat Water Festival held during the New Year. Some other things to do in Bali during the winter include trekking the rice terraces, visiting the dense forests, and experiencing the warm hospitality of the local Balinese.

Different Places to Visit in The Islands of Bali?

Bali is the most popular of the 17,500 islands that make up Indonesia. It is loved for its unique culture and warm hospitality. No wonder the island is known by several sobriquets, viz., Island of the Gods, The Last Paradise, and Morning of the World. Some of the famous places you must visit in the islands of Bali include:


Kuta is one of the most popular destinations in Bali, loved for its turquoise waters, golden beaches, and spectacular sunsets. Kuta has some of the best clubs and bars and is comparatively cheaper compared to luxury destinations like Nusa Dua. Some famous attractions in Kuta include Waterbom Water Park, the Uluwatu Temple, the Beachwalk Shopping Centre, the Vihara Dharmayana, and the Kedonganan Beach. If you love shopping, you can visit the Kuta Night Market and the Kuta Square. Karma Beach is equally famous.


There are plenty of reasons why you must visit Ubud at least once in your lifetime. Ubud is the best place in Bali to benefit from some of Bali’s ancient healing massages and therapies. It is not only the cultural heartland of Bali but also home to dense forests and vivid landscapes. If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the beaches, Ubud provides the perfect getaway. When in Ubud, don’t forget to visit the Ubud Monkey Forest to get up and close to the long-tailed monkey, an animal native to Bali. The Agung Rai Museum of Art is popular for its local art, sculptures, and music. GT Holidays offers some of the best Bali travel packages, including a great selection of accommodation options, from luxury resorts to midrange hotels and budget homestays.

Mount Batur

Mount Batur is an active volcano loved for its beautiful sunsets and scenic view of Lake Batur from the summit, which is 1,717 km above sea level. The two-hour trek is a delight to the eye, with healing hot springs and mountain views. If you love camping, choose from one of the many Bali travel packages that offer camping tours to Mount Batur. You can also stay at one of the many hotels that provide a beautiful view of the mountains. There are plenty of restaurants as well offering authentic Balinese cuisine.

What Are The Things to Do in Bali?

There are plenty of things to do in Bali, depending on your budget and preference. We’ve listed a few for you:

Participate in One of The Many Balinese Festivals

With the Balinese lifestyle revolving around culture and religion, there’s a festival almost every day of the 250-day Balinese calendar. Some popular festivals include the Arts Festival, Kites Festival, Nyepi, Saraswati Festival, Chinese New Year, and the Sanur Village Festival. Buffalo races in Makepung are famous and are scheduled yearly around July. Galungan is Bali’s most important festival and commemorates the victory of good over evil. The Suwat Water Festival is celebrated around New Year to preserve water as a life source.

Visit The Temples of Bali

Religion is an essential element of Balinese life. There are hundreds of ancient and ornate temples that are iconic and worth visiting. The Tanah Lot Temple is a sea temple situated on a rock and surrounded by the sea. The Uluwatu Temple is another important sea temple on the island’s Southwestern Bukit peninsula. The route to the temple is dotted with beautiful forests. Similarly, the Besakih Temple is situated on the Southwest slope of Mount Agung, Bali’s tallest peak. Also called, The Mother Temple is dedicated to the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh.

Trek on Rice Terraces

Rice paddies are part of Bali’s heritage and a popular tourist attraction. The traditional irrigation cooperative, called subak, was developed in the 9th century. UNESCO recognizes Jatiluwih in its list of the world’s cultural landscapes. Tegallalang is equally beautiful but has a smaller landscape. Sidemen is a lovely village famed for its rice paddies. Rendang is a mountain village famed for its rice fields and rivers.

Visit The Ubud Monkey Forest

The Ubud Monkey Forest is a holy site famous for its long-tailed Balinese macaques. The temple is also famous for the Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal temple and the Holy Spring bathing temple. You can enjoy the serene atmosphere, which is home to at least 115 tree species.

Eat At A Local Streetside Restaurant

Warungs are local roadside shops selling traditional Balinese and Indonesian food, like nasi goreng, babi guling, beef rendang, and tempe manis.

Enjoy Water Sports in Bali

Bali is a haven for water sports lovers. Whether you’re an amateur diver or swimmer, a pro at water sports, or someone who doesn’t know swimming at all, there’s something for everyone. Sea walking is ideal for people who don’t know swimming and involves walking on the seafloor to experience the marine life around them. Banana boating, wakeboarding, and jetpacking are equally popular.

Enjoy At An Underwater Restaurant in Bali

There are multiple underwater restaurants in Bali offering a unique experience to diners. Guests get to sample local and international cuisine in an underwater aquarium setting in a laidback atmosphere.

Where to Stay in Bali

With GT Holidays’ Bali travel packages, we offer a wide range of accommodation options to suit your budget and needs. Below we have listed a few for you:

Water Villas in Bali

Plenty of water villas in Bali offer a spectacular view of the ocean. Some water villas are located beside rivers and ponds, offering a close-up view of the rice fields. You can spend your time exploring the marine life around you, or book a couple sauna to relax and rejuvenate.

Beach Resort

Beach resorts are a popular option for people looking for glamorous accommodations. You can choose from midrange to luxury accommodation depending on your budget and travel preferences.


Homestays are an affordable and hygienic option for expensive hotels and resorts. Make sure you choose hotels offering professional services on a budget.

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