Bali is famous for its iridescent rice terraces, but this beautiful island is also home to some spectacular mountain scenery. The high mountains in northern and eastern Bali are a favorite destination for hiking and volcano exploring.

The Balinese people worship their natural environment and many of the islands waterfalls are sacred. In these magical places, you’ll often see locals offering canang sari, small palm leaf baskets filled with flowers, rice, food and incense. It’s a beautiful and humbling sight to watch!

If you’re not a hiker, there are plenty of beach clubs to enjoy on your holiday. Many of these stunning venues are located in the popular destinations such as Uluwatu, Seminyak and Canggu and offer a range of amenities from swimming pools to sunbeds, along with delicious menus and drinks.

The best time to visit Bali is during the dry season, which runs from April to October. However, it’s worth noting that the months of July and August are particularly busy with tourists, so you might be better off visiting during another period of the year.

You can easily get around Bali on a moped or car, but if you’d prefer something more relaxing then hiring a driver to take you from attraction to attraction is a great option. You can find drivers online and through the local ride-hailing apps such as Grab or Gojek. It’s a good idea to learn some basic words in Balinese as the locals love it when visitors make an effort to speak their language.

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