Adventures in Bali


















There’s so much to see and do at Bali that one trip to this island is almost always not enough, unless of course you are planning to stay for a month, which is a good decision. But since most tourists do not have so much time they select the activities that suit their individual preferences.

WHETHER you want to throw yourself from high altitudes, hurtle down frothing rapids, explore the wonders of the deep or just lie back and take it easy, Bali is the place. The beach is a major factor in any island holiday and Bali has a coastline which offers every possible water activity, including surfing some of the best waves in the world, swimming with dolphins, cruises, snorkeling, diving, sailing, and parasailing.

Bali offers travelers of all ages numerous and various leisure activities to enjoy in this paradise island. Do not worry about your interests and budget, you can always find activities to satisfy your needs and pocket. Therefore, it is the perfect place for an entire family vacation. It’s a place where you will find comfortable lodgings, a caring service, a wealth of leisure activities all mixed with friendly people and cozy places.



Surfing in Bali

BALI’S volcanic reef-fringed coastline has made this island one of the great surfing Mecca of the world, and its honour for producing an unusually high number of perfect and consistent tubes makes it particularly begging. The tropical climate means that the water is nearly always warm enough and although there are two distinct seasons, you can still surf all year round by switching to the other coast.

Waves on Bali were already being surfed by both foreign and local surfers as early as the late 1930s. So it’s not true, according to contemporary surfing magazine lore, the island of Bali was first discovered as a viable surfing destination by a group of traveling Australian surfers. Even though, in 1967, the surf explorers from Australia first begin arriving on the island of Bali bearing serious wave-riding equipment.


Paragliding in Bali

Paragliding is a fascinating way to see the rugged coastline of the island. It is a great adventure sport too as you try to negotiate the winds.If wind conditions are right, you can view Bali from a very different perspective. If it’s your first time, you’ll ride in tandem with an expert instructor. A tandem flight above is a most spectacular strip of coastline. So soar like a bird in the safe hands of your own pilot. This is a totally new experience not to be missed. Courses are available if you wish to go solo.



White Water Rafting in Bali
This needs a special mention as you should never miss this when you are at Bali . White water rafting is a great way to check out some of the remote villages of the island and slowly drift through the calm waters and the picturesque rice and paddy fields. But the entire stretch may not be as smooth as you have to pass through deep sided gorges, volcanic cliffs and waterfalls. Grab your oars and get ready to rage with this exhilarating rafting adventure on the spectacular Ayung River.  Whether you are 5 or 75, a natural or a novice, our white water rafting in Bali ride is safe, fun and a breathtaking experience to be enjoyed by the whole family.



Bungy Jumping in Bali

Bungy jumping took Bali by storm in 1995 when several towers opened. The attraction to the sport here is it is much cheaper and just as safe as in the west. You can get shot into the air in just over one second, and they have an overhanging climbing wall, too. A professional crew will take you through the preparations or as a spectator, sit back and relax, take a swim, have a drink at the pool bar or a snack, and just watch the jumpers.

The elevation of bungy jumping tower is around 40 m and should be based by an at least 4 m deep pool. This challenging attraction is liked very much by foreign visitor or domestic visitor either male or female, but not allowed for pregnant woman, high blood tension, and suffer heart disease.


Wind Surfing

Along with ordinary surfing, windsurfing is gaining great popularity. Windsurfing is particularly popular on Sanur, Tanjung Benoa and Nusa Dua beaches with instructor.

Sanur. The stretch of beach south of Sanur Beach hotel is the best during wet season. Inside the lagoon the water is very flat and on the reef the waves are like ramp. Side shore winds with wave up to 10 feet provide the perfect conditions for jumping and wave riding. In dry season, all the coast of Sanur is good but south of Bali Hyatt is still the best. The wind is always a few knots stronger than elsewhere.

Gangga Beach. Just after Tabanan you will find this dark sand beach with side shore wind that is stronger then Sanur of few knots. Beach break, watch out for close out, not recommended in big swell.

Balina Beach. Also on the west coast you will find this famous surf spot. The wind is side on shore also stronger then Sanur. The waves are famous for the long ride and the bottom is not to shallow, they can be pretty big but they are not really dangerous. Go out from the left of the river, watch out for the shore break that can be ugly and ride the waves in the bay (pull out on time as the wind drop a little bit in the Bay).

Tulamben. In the northeast of the island, famous for the diving at the wreck, is known as one of the windiest spots in Bali. Here the wind get tunneled between Mount Agung and Mount Seraya and explode in the valley with incredible power. The beach is of black sand, the wind is side off shore with the first 100 meters little bit gusty, flat water with little bit of chops. Incredible view of the volcano from the sea.



Scuba Diving in Bali
If you want to get closer to the under sea world, you may want to book your seat in one of the diving tours. Take a dip at Candi Dasa, Tulamben, Nusa Penida and at Amed in the east coast. You can see a lot of colorful fish, sharks, corals and even some ship wrecks too. PADI certified divers are there to help you at all times.





Parasailing in Bali

Bali Parasailing  activity will bring you to the exciting experience by hook your self in airborne for a second and you will get free to enjoy the amazing view of the island from the over head. Beautiful scenery of the sea water is easily found by flying like a bird with string more then 100 meter up makes this activity really unforgettable memory in our life. You can get Parasailing Adventure right now as your choice during your vacation in Bali Island.




Snorkeling in Bali

Snorkeling is a fantastic marine activity to over view the beautiful panorama of coral, colorful fishes and other unique marines life. This adventure will bring you the exciting experience with professional snorkeling guide who guide you the right snorkeling spot point. It will take about one hour to explore and view beautiful underwater life which is completed safety equipment.





Kayaking in Bali

THE newest ecotour provide you with a chance to get in the people of Bali’s mountain regions, amidst eclectic markets, tropical jungles and Bali’s most pristine lake. Kayaking across the panoramic lakes or through river and experience the wonder of the rain forest. With the guides, you can paddle around, endure species of birds, trees and flowers unseen elsewhere on the island.

The place to kayak is at Tamblingan Lake, where you stop at Gemaluk Village and walk through highland coffee plantations and down into former volcanic cone, which now hosts the tranquil Lake Tamblingan. The local village guide will brief you about lake tour offering hints and safety advice for on the lake.



Fishing in Bali
This is another activity you can do while you are at Bali . There are basically two options – you can either book a yacht that will cost you US$ 500 for a day or smaller boats that cost US$ 40 for an hour. Some of these vessels even come with sonar and satellite navigation facilities that let you locate the spools of fish. Your catch may include Coral Trout, Mackerel, Tuna, Mai-Mai, Snapper and Wahoo.




Cycling Tour in Bali

THIS is not just an opportunity to travel down beautiful mountain trails, it is an encounter with a Bali that most travellers never see. The route is through villages that have only recently acquired electricity and where steel and concrete are still uncommon. Tradition abounds in the elegantly carved temples and the rustic family compounds that glide by.

There are also countless opportunities to meet the locals, to stop for a while and enjoy a refreshing drink of young coconut water while chatting with farmers or wood carvers. Take in the sights of Bali with a downhill adventure on one of cycling tours. Cycling into the traditional Balinese villages, fantastic natural beauty and an insight into the daily life of the local farming communities and much more.


Sea Walker

You can walk right on the bottom of the ocean and witness the sea life of all kind. As a safe and exciting underwater adventure Sea Walker is a unique diving system providing an opportunity to observe the underwater world up to a depth of 15 feet without certification, and without getting your hair wet.

Participants actually walk on the bottom, rather than swim while numerous exotic fish and sea life surround them. Guest will have 20 minutes of actual underwater time to a maximum depth of 15 feet. A large, full face window in the Sea Walker helmet offers a close-up view of the amazing creatures.



Trekking in Bali

The wonderful Bali Hiking trails will take you across beautiful rice fields, through villages and on the top of the most holy mountains. Some of the hikes are for the really fit traveler while others can be done by everyone.

The climate of Bali is dominated by rainy seasons are dry seasons. The best time to go hiking to the top of the mountains is during the dry season because the trails are not slippery and it is most likely that the there are no clouds or mist so the views are clear.

Some Bali hiking trails can be done individually but others need a guide because the trails can be unclear on some parts of the hike.

The most convenient way is to arrange a guide one day before the hike so proper arrangements can be made. You must be prepared do some Bali hiking, even though the guides don’t have food with them and wear flip flops all the way up.

Hiking should be done with good walking shoes, a flash light (with extra batteries), a jumper (it can be really cold on the top), food, plenty of water and last but not least, sufficient memory in your digital camera to make some of those stunning pictures…below.


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