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Bali Is One Of The Hottest Destinations For All Travellers Around The Globe. The Beauty Of Bali, Indonesia, Is That Nobody Can’t Resist Visiting This Wonderland Once. Bali Resembles Paradise In This Part Of The World. A Beautiful Island With Magnetic Charm Is Where You Will Create Memories To Cherish Forever. The Whole Of Bali Is Full Of Excitement And Is Stunning All Around.

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Bali Tour Package

Bali is one of the hottest destinations for all travellers around the globe. The beauty of Bali, Indonesia, is that nobody can’t resist visiting this wonderland once. Bali resembles paradise in this part of the world. A beautiful island with magnetic charm is where you will create memories to cherish forever. The whole of Bali is full of excitement and is stunning all around. Bali allures any with the awe-inspiring beauty of clean sandy beaches, colourful coral reefs, volcanic mountains, amazing green tropical landscapes, underwater world experience, and broad paddy fields. Whatever you may feel like doing in Bali, may it be indulging in cultural richness or dissolving in the natural serenity of beaches, Duke Nepal Tour’s Bali Tour Package serves you right.

Calm and much-needed experience is what you are here for with Bali Tour Package from Nepal. Friendly people, positive vibes, and all peace are what Bali is serving you. Indonesia in Asia speaks exoticness in all shapes and forms. Travelling here renders you a fulfilling and complete diverse experience. Indonesia is one of the most populated nations globally, and beyond being densely populated, there are numerous white beaches, historic rich temples, excellent spa services and hospitable people everywhere.

Bali is vibrant with an exquisite blend of amazing landscapes, hills all accompanied by sandy beaches and a beautiful coastline. Bali has a lot in its bag to serve any. There are many upscale Bali beach resorts, villas and hotels, nightlife with all palate exquisite delicacies. The place known as Seminyak is the one to go for relatively affluent service. Other sites to visit in this land are Sanur, Candidasa, Denpasar, Jimbaran, Ubud, Padang Bai and Lovina. Mount Batur and Mount Agung are all alluring among many natural wonders in Bali. And historical sites like Pakerisan Valley, Jatiluwih Rice Terrace and Ayun Temple is not to miss visiting here in Bali.

Duke Nepal Tour has a tailor-made and tailored tour package to Bali from Nepal. Our perfect itinerary involves highlighting places in Bali. You may see and experience the beauty of rice terraces, cool down in peaceful water, or feed tigers in Bali zoom. Our Bali Tour Package from Nepal will have all the must-see visit places in Indonesia.

Duke Nepal provides the best hotel and will operate on a no-compromise quality mantra. The tour package is exciting with water sports activities, snorkelling and many more.

There is no need of getting a visa from Nepal as you will be getting an on-arrival permit.

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FAQ

Is there a rainy season in Bali?

The island of Bali has two distinct seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. So, when does the rainy season begin in Bali? 

Bali's wet season lasts from late October to early April, while the dry season lasts from May to September. Even if the rainy season begins, a sunny day is still anticipated.

Is it possible to get wet in Bali all day?

Bali is a tropical island with two weather seasons: dry and rainy seasons. As native Balinese, during the rainy season in Bali, rain is less often. However, it does occur on occasion. From our experience, the storm usually appears between the third and fourth weeks of December and the beginning of January.

In December, how is the weather in Bali?

Temperatures in Bali are usually mild, especially in December, which marks the start of the rainy season. According to the most recent December weather report, the temperature in Bali averaged 27°C (81°F). While in the first few weeks of December, there is a greater chance of rain.

Which months are the warmest in Bali?

Bali is always hot during the dry season. Kuta, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Canggu, Sanur, Ungasan, Ubud, and Uluwatu are particularly popular in the southern section of Bali. May is the warmest month in Bali, with an average temperature of 28°C (82,4°F). The temperature can reach 35°C (95°F) at midday.

What is the ideal time to visit Bali?

According to our consumer feedback, the ideal time to visit Bali varies depending on the tourist.

Try Bali rafting activities if you favour outdoor holidays, such as seeing beach sites in Bali. Then, from April to October, it is the most right time to visit Bali for a vacation. Because the weather in Bali is dry from April to October, and the sky is quite bright.

If you want to save money on your vacation to Bali, the ideal time to go is during the low season. If you visit Bali during the low season, you will get inexpensive or discounted accommodation rates.

When is the low and high season in Bali?

Bali's low season lasts from the end of January to the end of February, March to the first week of April, and September's third and fourth weeks.
While the peak season on the island of Bali comes in late June, July, and August, as well as the end of December and early January, if you can't avoid visiting Bali during peak season, try to book plane tickets and accommodations as early as possible to take advantage of promotional rates.

Is the cost of food and transportation in Bali lower during the low season?

Bali's food costs and holiday transportation rates are unaffected by the low and high seasons. As a result, there isn't much oifference between the low and high seasons.

Is it a good time to visit Bali in October?

October is one of the most excellent months to visit Bali since it is still dry season and there is more miniature chain. During October, the humidity level is somewhat elevated. It is also advised to purchase accommodation and plane tickets as soon as feasible due to school vacations in Western Australia during the first two weeks of October. As you may know, Bali is Australia's second home.

How long should you stay in Bali?

We frequently ask how many days to spend on vacation in Bali from India, the Philippines, and Singaporean guests who book marine water sports games and white water rafting tours in Bali.

Answering how long a vacation should last for everyone is complex, and only you can do it.

I can propose that if you are visiting Bali for the first time, you stay for six days and five nights. With a six-day, five-night vacation, you will be able to explore the majority of Bali's top tourist sites.

Is 5 days in Bali enough?

Despite its tiny size, Bali has a lot to offer and is a fascinating location to visit. As a result, to enjoy your vacation in Bali, you will need to invest at least 6-10 days of your vacation time.

However, not everyone has the financial means to spend 6-10 days on vacation in Bali. Five days in Bali are plenty of time to relax if you live in Asia. If you think Bali is a great spot to visit during your five-day vacation, you can plan to return and explore additional sights that you missed on your previous five-day Bali vacation.

Is it safe to visit Bali?

As a native Balinese, I believe that the island of Bali is a very secure location for locals. Also, regardless of the time of day or night, it is a safe area to visit for tourists with families or on honeymoon. All you have to do to be dependable is to follow the Indonesian government's rules.

However, there is nothing wrong with being attentive and avoiding anything you don't want to happen during your Bali vacation. Here are some suggestions for having a safe trip in Bali.

Save your money in the hotel safe and just bring enough cash with you when you leave. If you wish to shop, some stores accept debit or credit cards; however, cash payments are not accepted.

If you intend to go around the island of Bali, you will most likely want to rent a car without a driver in Bali. However, if you are unfamiliar with Bali's road traffic, it is best not to drive a vehicle or ride a motorcycle by yourself.

You can easily discover Bali vehicle rental services with a driver in Bali. Furthermore, the cost of hiring a car in Bali with a driver is not significantly higher than the cost of self-drive Bali car rental. You won't have to clean the car if you hire a driver, and you'll be able to relax while riding because your driver will be hunting for a parking spot.

What should I bring with me to Bali?

What you wear while on vacation in Bali is entirely up to your taste and preferences. You need to understand that Bali has high humidity and scorching temperatures. Most tourists will be dressed in a t-shirt, shorts, and slippers.

Specific areas in Bali will have a clothing code, such as if you wish to visit Balinese temple attractions, you must wear a sarong and a scarf tied around your waist.

What is the approximate cost of a Bali vacation?

The first question that any visitor considering a vacation to Bali has is not about tourist attractions in Bali and holiday activities. However, concerns have been raised concerning the cost of a holiday to the island of Bali.

How much money do I need to spend every day in Bali?

Each tourist's vacation costs will differ. Expenditures are determined by the tourist sites in Bali you wish to visit, the restaurants you want to see, and the vacation activities in Bali that you like to participate in. The following is a daily travel budget based on vacation budget categories that do not include hotel or plane prices.

IDR 250,000 per person per day is a low budget. Eat at food booths, travel by motorcycle, and visit tourist attractions such as a white sand beach. IDR 250,000 is equivalent to USD 17.

IDR 800,000 per person per day is a reasonable budget. Lunch or supper at a restaurant, a private automobile, and tourist activities such as Alam Telaga Waja River rafting are all options. IDR 800,000 is equivalent to USD 55.

Top budget, IDR 1,500,000 / person, each day, if you dine out, use private transportation in a Toyota Kijang Innova, and participate in various vacation activities.
 

 

Is it legal to drink alcohol in Bali?

Yes, you may drink alcohol in Bali; alcohol is permitted in Bali if you are over 21.

Is booze costly in Bali?

The answer is both yes and no! Most Southeast Asian guests will be surprised by the cost of alcohol in Bali, particularly wine, cocktails, and spirits. If the visitors are from Australia or Europe, they will believe that the alcohol prices in Bali are low, particularly for Bintang Beer (local beer).

Local and foreign wines are available in Bali. However, imported wines are expensive in Bali. A bottle of imported wine costs about IDR 400,000 on average (USD 27).

Is it difficult to get halal meals in Bali?

The most common inquiry we receive from Indonesian, Malaysian, and Indian travellers visiting Bali for the first time is concerning halal eating establishments.
Finding halal cuisine and halal dining establishments on the island of Bali is pretty simple, especially in the infamous Bali tourism region. Kuta, Sanur, Ubud, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Canggu, Ungasan, and Uluwatu are just a few examples. Even being a Balinese, I have difficulty finding non-halal meals in Bali's tourist sector.

Where should I stay for the first time in Bali?

Based on your Bali vacation criteria, decide on the ideal spot to stay in Bali.

Jimbaran, Ubud, and Nusa Dua are the most incredible places to stay in Bali for couples or honeymooners.

Ubud, Tanjung Benoa, and Sanur are excellent places to stay in Bali for outdoor activities like cycling and Bali watersports.

Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak are the top places in Bali for nightlife. Visit this page for a vacation guide to Kuta Bali for first-time visitors.

Seminyak and Ubud are Bali's most significant tourism areas for premium food. Top 10 Things To Do In Seminyak Bali That Are Popular With Visitors

Nusa Dua and Kuta are the top tourist destinations in Bali for families and children.

Is it safe to drink Bali's tap water?

No, Bali's tap water is not drinkable, and you should purchase drinking water in a bottle.

Then how safe is the ice in Bali? If you want to manufacture ice, use bottled water rather than tap water. While the ice at the restaurant is sourced from Bali ice firms that are quality-controlled by the Balinese government, it is safe.

Do natives in Bali drink tap water?

Some Bali residents drink tap water, primarily in East Bali, where the tap water is still fresh.

Is it safe to take a shower in Bali using tap water?

The tap water in Bali is safe for showering or bathing; I always use tap water in Bali to bathe, and there is no problem as long as you don't consume it.

In Bali, do you leave a tip?

If you wish to provide tips in Bali for services received, you are always welcome as long as you inform the recipient that it is a tip. However, there is no tipping policy in Bali. Thus, it is OK not to leave information. My suggestion is that most of Bali's native workers do not earn as much as you may think. As a result, if you believe they provide outstanding service, consider leaving a little tip.

Is it pricey to eat and drink in Bali?

Most tourists perceive food and drink to be inexpensive, especially compared to cuisine and prices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, or Europe. I've gone to Malaysia, namely Kuala Lumpur, and the meal prices there are nearly equal to the food prices in Bali.

If you dine at a food stall in Bali, you can obtain beautiful meals for less than USD 3, such as a combination of chicken rice. It will be a different story if you dine at a high-end restaurant; you may easily spend more than USD 100 per person if you include wine with your drink.

In Balinese, how do you say hello?

Balinese and Indonesian are the two languages spoken by the Balinese. However, it is more typical for tourists to greet Balinese using Indonesian.

Selamat Pagi denotes a good morning, Selamat Siang denotes a pleasant afternoon, and Selamat Malam marks a good evening. Terima Kasih can be used to express gratitude.

Is English spoken in Bali?

Most Balinese in the famous tourist region can communicate in basic English, and some are proficient in English. However, if you visit the village side of Bali, you should question the young people you encounter because the majority of the Balinese elder population does not know English.