A comprehensive guide of our favourite places to eat, play and visit on this glorious island.
A guide for frequenters of this beautiful island or perhaps your first time. For the foodies we have hottest, tastiest and longest standing restaurants. Want healthy vegan food or perhaps you are a carnivore and want to sample some of the local delicacies like Bali Guling. We even have a list of the best takeaways if you want complete privacy and quiet.
For the day trippers we have guides to the most visited temples on the Island, days up north and the must see Ubud.
Perhaps you are just in Bali to enjoy sunset downers and constant pampering, if so we have that covered too and maybe even a bit of cosmetic surgery if you really want to look 10 years younger after your trip.
From Yoga to cooking classes, surfing to scuba diving, we can propose you special activities tailored made as per your request to make this the best trip possible.
Bali really is the perfect place for an all-encompassing trip. The island’s geography lends itself perfectly to a wide range of activities including, but certainly not limited to, surfing, jungle trekking, white water rafting, scuba diving, kite surfing, ocean walking, golfing, horse riding, mountain cycling, canyon tubing and much more.
If you fancy something more chilled there are many things to do on this beautiful island. Yoga shalas galore, as well as dance, music, art classes, and food courses. Foodies will love Bali’s vast range of restaurants. Fish dinner on the beach, sunset dinner cruises and clifftop cocktail hours are an everyday occurrence. Failing all of that Bali is known for its exceptionally priced and extremely relaxing Balinese spas and massages. Not a bad holiday if it is spent simply being pampered head to toe
Bali is known for its beaches and beautiful rice fields and when it come to wateralls it does not fall short either; to name a few, Tegenungan Waterfall, Ubud. Aling-Aling Waterfall, Buleleng. GitGit Waterfall, Singaraja. Tibumana Waterfall, Bangli. Kanto Lampo Waterfall, Gianyar. Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Bangli.
The Padangtegal Wenara Wana Foundation has historically strived to develop and implement management objectives that will both maintain the sacred integrity of the monkey forest and promote it as a sacred site that is open to visitors from around the world.
Mount Agung has huge spiritual significance to the people of the island, and is home to the ‘Mother Temple’ of Besakih. It forms part of a chain of volcanos that make up the back bone of Bali. Balinese legend has it that Agung was created when the Hindu God Pasupati split Mount Meru (the spiritual axis of the universe) and formed Mount Agung with a fragment.
To add to the serenity and relaxing atmosphere of RedDoor, you can have your very own yoga teacher come to the villa. Turn your trip into healing for the mind and body with a personal lesson over looking the river and grounds. If you prefer a class environment, Canggu has a plethora of choices such as The Practice, Serenity yoga, Samadhi and Desa Seni. To name a few and all with in a short drive to RedDoor villa.
Our staff can organize surfing lesson from beginners to and advanced surf guiding, both available as a group or private.
Based on your surf level the instructors will take you to different surf spots and teach you new techniques and skills. You will have an unforgettable surf experience.
For fishing enthusiasts, the Dewi Ocean’s Bali Fishing team are the go to. Their boat is fully fitted with the latest fishing equipment and all the feature comforts you need for a relaxing trip. The team will assist and take care of you on board and speak a range of languages including French, English and Indonesian.
Bali Fishing has many variations of fish such as: Marlin, Giant Trevally, Tuna Dogtooth, Tuna Yellowfin, Spanish Mackerel, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi, Sailfish, Barracuda, Ruby Snapper and Amberjack.
Ubud is one of the most enriching destinations in Bali.
Abound with dense natural forest, wellness retreats and exceptional cuisine, Ubud is the ideal destination for Yoga lovers and curious travellers alike.
Discover hidden waterfalls, swim in the pristine water and feel the thrills of the paradise river.
Enjoy the panoramic views from the nearby restaurant and bask in the energy of one of Bali’s most tranquil settings.
Trekking or Hiking in Bali is an excellent way to see the natural beauty of Bali. The island boasts some of the most spectacular, exciting and breathtaking routes for trekking in Indonesia.
Trekking or Hiking, no doubt, is one of the best ways to experience the natural beauty, diverse cultural heritages, and varied geographic conditions of this Island. Thus, thousands of trekkers visit Bali every year to capture the scenic views and explore the spirit of adventure.
Discover a lush 103-hectare hideaway built on top of a sheer cliff with picturesque views of the Tanah Lot temple.
This secluded luxury golf course in Bali, set in the tranquil village of Tabanan, enjoys a magnificent setting along the sweeping coastline.
Nirwana Bali Golf Club is 22km away from Ngurah Rai International Airport and is part of the stunning Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort.
Discover the secrets of Balinese food with Janet DeNeefe and her team.
Explore cooking techniques and the fascinating kitchen myths of this unique culture followed by a lavish Balinese feast and complete recipes.
Often overlooked by divers headed for Komodo, Manado or the Lembeh Strait, Bali SCUBA diving is special in its own right.
Either as an add-on to an Indonesia diving trip or as a complete and inexpensive dive vacation with the added benefits of Bali’s unique culture and shopping for the creations of Bali’s many artists and craftsmen.
Bali’s famous fishing village, Jimbaran, offers the most spectacular fish market on the island.
Perch by the water to watch the sun go down, while eating fresh fish and listening to the Mariachi music.
Locals follow the Hindu religion and bathe in the holy water to cleanse their souls and ward off evil.
Tirta Empul Temple, one of Bali’s most holy Hindu water temples was built in 962 A.D., and its name in Balinese refers to the “Holy Spring”, which today represents one of the most sacred places in Bali.
This exciting new ecotourism opportunity allows visitors to enter and explore the rain forest canopy using safe modern climbing techniques. After an invigorating short climb to the top of the ridge through a bird-rich forest, adventurers are strapped in and projected through the treetops. Here, you see a wealth of unexpected natural beauty and activity.
Treat your body and your soul with Gyrotonic. Enjoy a session with our amazing trainer. Located in a very convenient, central and yet quiet location, he offers a tranquil setting in a loft-style studio.
The studio is furnished with beautiful, high-quality GYROTONIC® Pulley Tower, also BALANCED BODY® Pilates Reformer, Cadillac, Combo Chair, Barrels.