A tropical island paradise that is home to incredible landscapes, luscious nature and of course – beaches. Bali attracts all types of travellers from backpackers to luxury travellers and offers an experience that is truly one of a kind. Backpackers can enjoy surfing and black sand beaches, hikers can climb to sheer cliffs that look over crystal clear blue waters while adventure seekers can visit active volcanoes and explore waterfalls.

Bali’s culture has cultivated some of the world’s most skilled artists, particularly in the form of wood carving. Its religious history has also honed the art of drama and dance as well as temple and palace decoration.

Its natural beauty is just as captivating – a land of mystical lakes, looming volcanoes, stunning terraced rice fields and mesmerising sunsets. Bali also has a great selection of white sandy beaches with lazy waves, and its lush green forests are home to exotic birds and rare wildlife.

Bali’s food is a delight for the senses. The local dishes often involve a combination of fresh fish or meat with rice and loads of spices to create extraordinary flavours. Make sure you try the signature dish – Babi Guling – or suckling pig.

Bali is an increasinly popular destination for digital nomads – Instagram feeds are full of tanned people sitting with their laptops and acai smoothie bowls. But don’t let that fool you, there’s so much more to do in Bali. There’s a reason why so many people go back to this little island time and time again – it really is UNFORGETTABLE.

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