From lavish ancient temples to hidden coral reefs, addictive beach bliss to emerald rice terraces - Bali is a journey into the unknown. In this 'Land of the Gods' folklore and legends come alive, as evident today as when you hear mythical stories of Bali’s royal past whispered from the spectacular temples, grand monuments, and ancient sacred sites. Bali celebrates a delicate intricacies of time in which you will discover how the past has shaped Mesmeric local culture.
On a small group tour specialy designed for over 50 and Senior Citizens, 50+ Voyagers Travel and Adventure Club introduces you to the charming culture and enchanting landscape and world heritage sites of Bali. Your journey will leave you with many memorable moments and smiles.
As the plane descends into Ngurah Rai International Airport, look out of the window to see endless sparkling sea, hugging the golden emerald green coastline. Welcome to Bali, the Island of Paradise!
After clearing immigration and collecting luggage, a scenic drive will take us through the lush landscape speckled with white and pink flowers growing along the bordering frangipani trees. After checking in to the hotel, go for a leisure stroll to the beach, passing shops, cafes and restaurants that line the main streets of the city between interspersed temples.
In the evening, enjoy performance of the Kecak Dance where a chorus of 100 men chant while dancers enact scenes from the Hindu epic Ramayana.
Once the sunrise spreads light over the indigo waters as they brush against the shoreline, wake up and get ready for an exciting day ahead. Post breakfast we shall proceed to the village of Manukaya - known for holy mountain spring and Tirta Empul temple. The temple complex, built in 960 AD, is a silent witness of Balinese kingdom of Warmadewa Dynasty. On the way visit Tegalalang village for its famous Rice Terrace.
We shall venture into Kintamani village at highlands of Mount Batur, an active volcano reaching a height of more than 5,600 feet above sea level, with a crater lake reaching a depth of 60 feet. Enjoy the pristine view of the vibrant cobalt hues of the lake, reflecting the greenery of the steep caldera walls. We shall stop at one of the plantations known for growing and producing famous Balinese coffee in Kintamani. The farmers roast the beans to release the oils containing the rich flavor and succulent aromas that shine after brewing. You can sample the coffee to find hints of caramel and cinnamon naturally infused into the beans from the mineral soil in which the plants grow. Post lunch, we shall visit artisan village of Celuk and Mas, where silver, gold and wood are carved. Spend some time at Ubud crafts market and buy some collectables with happy feeling of good bargain. On the way back visit a Batik making center. The art of Batik, which incorporates a delicate process of drawing, waxing and dyeing is an ancient art indigenous to Indonesia. The fabric, which was once the exclusive accessory to royal families, are now a national pride of the entire population.
In the morning, feel fresh breeze from the sea flowing through the grove of coconut and palm trees. Post breakfast proceed to the sand of Tanah Lot temple, atop a stunning boulder that rises out of the sapphire hues of the Indian Ocean. At low tide, you can walk on the soft, wet sand as it brushes against the base of the small island. At high tide, the water will surround the island, making it reachable only by boat. The temple has a history more than 500 years old. Legend states that mythical snakes guard the temple from hidden demons.
We will continue to the royal Taman Ayun temple of Mengwi, constructed in the 17th century by Mengwi empire and most famous temples of Bali. Taman Ayun translates to 'beautiful garden', an ancient regal architecture decorated with gardens and fountains. An elegant moat encircles the main complex, making the shrines appear as floating on the water.
The remainder of the day is at your leisure to indulge in the laid-back atmosphere of the beaches or explore the streets of the town.
In the morning, the scent of freshly brewed Indonesian coffee blends with the sweet aroma of the Indian Ocean.
Post breakfast, we shall drive to Tanjung Benoa beach, known as centre of water sport. We shall visit Turtle island in glass bottom boat. Enjoy a day of adventure on the sea with an array of watersports available at your leisure. Prove that Age is No Bar in Bali! Venture out on a banana boat or enjoy an adrenaline adventure with jet skis, parasailing or fly fish sailing. Snorkel by the bay or sail away on a glass bottom boat as the opportunities abound.
As the evening unfolds, pamper yourself with traditional Balinese Spa treatments where age-old techniques combine with jamu (natural products). Relax with a traditional session of massage to melt away any tension in the body. Have a Mandi Lulur, a long held beauty ritual where turmeric, oils, rice flour and herbs are used as a body scrub to exfoliate, hydrate and relax.
Post breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed to Airport carrying beautiful memories of Bali’s many folklores and legends.
All accommodations at Bali on twin sharing basis in 4* category Resort. If you prefer single sharing room, contact us for supplemental cost.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner as per the tour plan. Breakfast is continental. Lunch will be Indian or Balinese cuisine as available during sightseeing tour. Dinner will be mix of Indian and international cuisine. 1 Sunset Dinner Cruise.
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Send us a clear, scanned copy of your Passport with validity of atleast 6 months from the day of return from the tour. You must carry same your original passport during tour.
Pay Rs.20,000 of the package cost as 'tour booking fee' by on-line transfer or cheque or cash to the current bank account of 50+ Voyagers Travel and Adventure Club Pvt. Ltd.
Pay balance amount 60 days before tour departure date.
If you want us to make train/flight booking, appx amount of same to be paid at time of booking. Remaining to be adjusted with balance payment.
Please note, train ticket is subject to availability, so request advance purchase.
No. Citizen's of India does not need any Visa to enter Bali for short visits of up to 30 days. You have to carry your passport which has validity of 6 months from your return date and has atleast 1 page blank.