Your idea of the perfect Bali vacation might be hiding out at a fabulous Bali villa enjoying your own private pool, eating delicious meals prepared by the staff, and just re-energizing and recharging. But if you want to explore a little more what Bali has to offer, you might consider these recommended tours.
Across The Heartland Tour
This is an amazing cultural tour that will take you to Celuk, which is the home of Bali’s silver and gold works industry. You will stop at Batuan where many famous musicians and dancers hang out, and at the stop at Mas, which is Bali’s woodcarving village you’ll be fascinated with the carvings you see. You will also stop at the Royal Temple of Taman Ayun at Mengwi that was built in 17th century. This is a very impressive temple. There’s much more to a Heartland Tour and it’s a great way to spend a day.
A Journey of Faith
This tour incorporates six houses of worship that promotes religious tolerance and harmony. You will visit the Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple, sitting on a limestone point that is suspended more than 825’ over the Indian ocean. It dates back to the 16th century. You will get to see a lot in the 8 hours.
Bali Countryside Tour
Bali is an experience of a lifetime and it should include a tour of the countryside made up of verdant terraces that were sculpted thousands of years ago, rice fields that decorate the fields, carved out hills, bright green fields, small buildings dotting the wayside, and more. Your tour will usually incorporate at least a couple of temples, after all what would a tour be without out at least one fabulous Bail temple. This is a relaxing day trip that you’ll be glad you took.
One of the easiest ways to explore Bali is by taking advantage of tours that local tour operators offer. Then when you are done you can return to your Bali vacation villa for a little relaxation.