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Plan A Bali Holiday
Shopping for the best Bali holiday packages? Here's 3 things to keep in mind.
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Looking To Book A Bali Holiday Package? - Here are 3 things to keep in mind.
When To Go To Bali
The first consideration you should make when purchasing your Bali holiday package is when to go.
Bali has great weather all year around with average temperatures between 28C and 30C however there are differences between the dry and wet seasons
Technically the dry season runs from about April-October and the Wet season from November-March. The dry season is less humid and can therefore be a little more comfortable during the middle of the day. The wet season is not wet all the time and often if it does rain it tends to be in the evenings and early mornings, leaving plenty of beautiful sunny days. So, if you do decide on a wet season holiday, its usually a pretty safe bet that you will be able to enjoy a great holiday without getting rained on all the time.
Where To Stay
The second consideration when deciding on your Bali holiday packages is where to stay. There are numerous options and the right option for you will depend on what sort of holiday you are looking for. Things to ask yourself are, Do you I to be close to the beach? do I need a surf beach or is flat water okay? Do you prefer an area with lots of shops, nightlife and cafes or do you prefer a resort type of holiday in a more quiet area? do you prefer a holiday in the hills? What activities do you want to be close to? Once you’ve answered some of these questions you can decide the best options or options for you.
Certainly not all the options, but the main options include Kuta/Legian/Seminyak, Canggu, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Ubud Candi Dasa and Lovina. Each area has its own attractions and offerings so it’s a good idea. In summary, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Canggu have a wide range of accommodation options with lots of shopping, dining and nightlife, Nusa Dua tends to be better for a resort style holiday, Sanur is a little quieter than the Kuta area but still with plenty of options for dining and shopping whilst Candi Dasa and Lovina are quiet towns more suited to those wanting a relaxing holiday at their hotel/resort.
One tip is that if holidaying between December-February, we suggest staying on the east coast (Sanur, Nusa Dua areas) as the beaches on the Kuta side tend not to be so nice during the wet season.
Price & Package Details
A third consideration regarding your Bali Holiday packages is of course price and inclusions and exclusions offered in the package.
There are a wide range of packages from budget to Five Star and from accommodation only through to packages with a full activity program, so be sure to choose one that suits both your budget and your needs best. If you’re the sort of person that likes to have everything arranged before the holiday then a fully inclusive package will be good for you whilst if you prefer to do your own thing, better to buy an accommodation and/or accommodation and flights package only.
With so many Bali holiday packages available, you’re sure to find something that suits you.
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