Bali Vacation Tips

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3 things to keep in mind.


Here are 3 things to keep in mind when planning a Bali vacation.

Here are 3 things to keep in mind when planning a Bali vacation.

There is nothing worse than taking that much needed and deserved vacation and not getting it quite right in the planning.

For any great vacation and in this case, your Bali vacation, you want to make sure you think through the things that are important to you so that all you need to worry about when you arrive is kicking back, unwinding and having a good time.

That’s why it’s important you think about things like, when to go, where to stay, what you want to do.

So when planning your Bali vacation our first tip is to think about when to go. The dry season runs from around April-October and the wet season between November-March.

Many wet season days are fine and sunny, so booking a trip in the wet season does not usually mean wet days every day.

Most of the time, its tends to rain in the evenings and early mornings and there are many days in the coastal areas with no rain at all. The dry season is less humid than the wet season.

The humidity is more noticeable during the middle of the day with nights still being pleasant however if this is a concern to you, perhaps the dry season is a better choice.

If you’re the sort of person that likes to plan an itinerary, then there are plenty of websites offering activities and bookings on line.

Most activities will include pick up and drop off at your hotel. You can choose from such things as surf lessons, day tours, rafting, snorkelling, hiking, mountain biking, cultural visits, cooking lessons, yoga and a whole lot more.

If on the other hand you’re someone that like to take the holiday “as it comes” and not be over organised, then that works fine too.

It’s easy to hire a car, motorbike or car with a driver or to book activities the night before, so you don’t need to miss out on anything just because you didn’t plan before your Bali vacation.

The third major consideration is where to stay. There are numerous options all over Bali however we’ll mention the main tourist places here.

For those looking for a resort holiday experience, then Nusa Dua, Seminyak and Sanur tend to have the largest concentration of these hotels.

If you’re looking for somewhere with lots of cafes, restaurants, beach clubs and night life nearby, then Seminyak and Canggu might be the choice for you.

For those more interested in arts and culture and a Bali vacation inland experience, then the Ubud area has many hotels ranging from homestays right through to five star options.

For easy access to world class surf. surfers often choose to stay on the bukit near Uluwatu, Padang Padang and Bingin.

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