Bali Island Hopper
Day 1: Seminyak to Lembongan Island, Indonesia
Island hopping from the get-go - meet the crew in Seminyak and then set sail for Nusa Lembongan Island with all the coral reefs, low limestone cliffs, and white sand beaches you can imagine. The afternoon is yours for the taking: lunch at the beach club, water activities, beach volleyball - it's like you were meant to be ladies (and gentlemen) of leisure.
-Water sports on Lembongan Island
Day 2: Lembongan Island to Gili Trawangan
This morning we're heading northwards to the biggest of the Gili archipelago trio - Gili Trawangan. Two days in the snorkelling, diving and cultural mecca of the Gilis - let loose and make sure you roam every inch of it. Go old school and get a “Cidomo” (horse carriage) to the hotel.
Day 3: Gili Trawangan
Free day take one - you might want to take the first one easy and lay under a tree on Goodheart beach with a handful of salak (lychee-sized fruit with an apple consistency). With bicycles and horses as the main mode of transport (there are no motorised vehicles on any of the Gilis) this is as remote as a remote island experience can get. Want to meet the locals? Do the optional diving and snorkelling tour to casually bump into turtles, rays and reef sharks. Tonight meander through the night markets snacking your way through satays, freshly caught prawns and fish for prices cheap as chips.
-Diving and snorkelling tour
Day 4: Gili Trawangan
Start your day in the Ibiza of Southeast Asia and watch the sunrise over Lombok's Mt. Rinjani - stick with us and you'll round out the day with the best sunrises and sets in Indonesia. Then join a beach volleyball game, explore the island's diameter on horseback or book yourself a yoga retreat. This afternoon, set up the camera at the south eastern point of Gili T to watch the sun disappear behind Bali's Mount Agung. Not paradise, just another day in Gili T.
Meals: Breakfast, dinner.
Day 5: Gili Trawangan to Ubud
Diving certification clutched tight to your chest (depending on whether you made the most of Gili T), today we press onto Ubud after speedboating it to Padangbai port. Culture/yoga/nature buffs you've come to the right place. The rest of the day is at your disposal, so get an early start and tick off culturally rich sites like Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave), Seniwati Gallery - the only art precinct with works solely by women, or chill out with a monkey and 14th century temples at the Ubud Monkey Forest. Munch on some gado-gado as you plan tomorrow's adventures.
Day 6: Ubud
Today, go all out on a Kintamani full day tour. Start with a traditional dance show depicting good and evil, before we take on the Tirta Empul hot springs in a bid to have our ailments restored. Next up is Kintamani where you'll lunch with views over Bali's largest lake (with its own dedicated temple revering its grandness). Downwards we go to the Kopi Luwak plantation, and on past Tegalalang's rice fields and coconut trees (make a mental note to come back to all of this for more exploring). The afternoon will be filled with meandering through the Ubud market and dinner in a local restaurant. Night sorted.
-Ubud cultural dance show
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Day 7: Ubud to Seminyak
We're hoisting sail this afternoon, so make the most of your last day with an optional downhill mountain biking tour or 33-rapid whitewater rafting. You know, standard last day type stuff.
-Downhill mountain biking
So you're ready to go to Bali now, you know you are. All you need is this tour and some flights. Fortunately we can do the lot for you and the flights start from just £635! Give our guys a call or maybe even try our shiny new Live Chat thingy!
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