Bali is a beautiful island where the jungle meets the shore. It’s also a popular destination for yoga, wellness, and spiritual healing, which has contributed to the growth of tourism in recent decades. However, overtourism is becoming an issue on the island as well as environmental degradation, so it’s important to minimize your footprint if you want to experience a more authentic cultural experience on Bali!

Bali’s famous volcanoes and pristine beaches are a draw for visitors from around the world, but the island has so much more to offer. The southwestern town of Uluwatu is renowned for its surfing and epic offshore views, while the clifftop temple Pura Uluwatu is home to a daily sunset ritual. For a more serene beach experience, head to Lovina and Amed Beach for secluded black-sand beaches.

The mountainous central region of Bali is dotted with peaks that tower over 2,000 meters (6,600 feet), including the active volcano Mount Batur. It’s also home to the ethereal rice paddies of Subak, an elaborate irrigation system designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The island’s vibrant culture is reflected in traditional dance, music, and art. Some of the most striking artwork is Hindu-Javanese in origin, and can be seen at many of the island’s temples.

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