A lush, mountainous island Bali has something for everyone and there are numerous family friendly activities. From helicopter flights over majestic volcanoes or a ride in a seaplane over one of the worlds most stunning archipelagos to exotic bird parks with Komodo dragon lizards thrown in for good measure. Monkey forests, reptile parks, scuba diving and so much more, follow the underlined text to find out more about the Bali holiday attractions.
And when it comes to culture and architecture the Balinese temples introduce you to a world of other gods and sarongs. Traditional music and dancing are highly entertaining, follow the underlined text to discover more about Bali holiday events.
So you can just relax on a palm fringed Bali beach or by your private pool amidst sumptuous gardens and you can discover Bali.
Whilst we have a number of 2 bedroom villas on the island most of our range are larger properties with the biggest sleeping 14.
The architecture and style is very typical of the island and is complemented by large exotic gardens. In many cases you can walk from our villas in Asia to the beach.
Bali is very popular for weddings and honeymoons so why not consider taking a large villa for your selected guests.
There are indirect flights to the capital Denpsar (DPS) airport. The final leg is often from Hong Kong (four and a half hours), Jakarta (one and a half hours) or Sydney (five and a half hours). Airlines offering flights to Bali include Cathay Pacific, Quantas, KLM, Singpore airline and Qatar airways.
The weather in Bali is warm and sunny most of the year. Bali is 375km south of the equator where the climate is tropical. With around twelve hours daylight with sunset about 18.30 it’s ideal for holidays. Average temperatures are around eighty to ninety degrees Fahrenheit with considerable humidity as much as 70%. It’s cooler and fresher in the mountains. The dry season is from May to September and the wet season is from October to April. The optimum climatic months are May, June and July.
Bali Books To Read
The Bali book of the moment is Eat, Pray, Love written by Elizabeth Gilbert and recently adapted into a Hollywood film in 2010 starring Julia Roberts.
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