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Beautiful, seductive, mesmerizing and magical. Located in the archipelago of the Sundanese Islands, between Java and Lombok island, it is different from other parts of Indonesia. Stunning landscapes and fascinating culture make it an ideal place to relax.

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The Balinese people are characterized by a unique spiritual wealth and depth of religious experience. The spend a large part of life fulfilling traditional rituals. The multitude of rituals and feasts in the Balinese calendar gives tourists visiting the island at any time of the year the opportunity to participate in at least one of them. Not only the people, landscapes and ceremonies in Bali are beautiful and colourful. The eye and palate are also delighted by the local specialties. Here you can spend your holiday not only in the scenery of a true paradise, but also in touch with wonderful art. Time in Bali flows at its own pace.

Pilot: tourists are looked after by a Polish resident, whose tasks include help during stay, as well as registration for local trips.

Visa: citizens of the Republic of Poland must apply for a visa upon entrance to Indonesia. To do this, you must show the entry card received on the plane, completed in English, and pay 25 USD. The visa is issued at the airport. The entry card must be kept to show the immigration official during departure from Indonesia. Passport must be valid a minimum of 6 months and have a current photograph. The visa is valid only for tourist purposes.

Flight duration: approx. 13 h.

Airport tax: obligatory fee upon departure: approx. 150 000 IDR/person (local airport tax).

Local time: GMT+8

Language: Indonesian, bahasa Indonesia, Balinese, English.

Voltage: 220 V.

Currency: rupiah. Banknotes and coins in circulation. 10,000 IDR = approx. 2.5 PLN. NOTE: US dollars - in Indonesia only dollar banknotes issued after 2002 are in circulation, banks and currency exchange offices also do not accept the CB series.

Religious groups: Hindu (90%), Christians (8%), Muslims (2%).

Tips: it is customary to tip porters, drivers, guides approx. 10,000 IDR or 1 USD, waiters approx. 10%.

Beaches: free; renting a sunbed and umbrella - approx. 30,000 IDR.

Prices in the hotel and restaurants: lunch – approx. 10 EUR, beer – approx. 2 EUR, wine – approx. 5 EUR, coffee – approx. 2 EUR.

Local trips: organised by local tourist agencies on terms specified by them. There is a possibility, that if there are too few participants, a trip may be cancelled.

 

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Kintamani - Batur volcano, Hindu temple and Balinese art - to understand the life value of Balinese people one must get to know their religion, and the dances are a part of it. The programme includes a show of the Baronga and Keris dances, which symbolize the everlasting fight between good and evil. Then the route runs to the north, along the fabulous rice terraces, to Kintamani, from where there is a gorgeous view of Batur volcano and a lake situated in its crater. Stop in Tampak Siring, where there are sacred springs by the Tirta Empul temple - a Hindu place of purification and a typical example of temples found on the island. Day trip. Price - approx. 35 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, lunch and drinks additionally payable, Polish- or English-speaking guide). Balinese dance Kecak - a remarkable dance and music performance. Kecak dance is considered to be the most unique of all the dances in Bali. The dance is not accompanied by music, but a choir made up of more than 70 men. In the middle of the stage the story of Ramayana is performed: prince Rama and princess Sita, a Hindu version of Romeo and Juliet, but with a happy ending. Price - approx. 15 USD (includes: transport, entrance to the show, Polish- or English-speaking guide).

Balinese art - Ubud - a trip into the cultural capital of Bali. A visit to Celuk village, which is famous for the manufacture of beautiful silver jewellery - the cradle of sculpture, art passed down from generation to generation, the wood used is of the highest quality: mahogany, ebony, two-tone hibiscus, crocodile bark tree. Then the route also runs to Batuan - the cradle of handicrafts made of stone and examples of the best paintings in Ubud. Price - approx. 15 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide).

Mengwi - Alas Kedaton - Tanah Lot - a drive to Kedaton monkey forest, where not only the clever macaques monkeys live, but also huge bats, hanging in the trees during the day, called flying foxes. Then we explore the Temple in Mengwi: the royal Taman Ayun and Tanah Lot temples, a temple on a rock in the ocean, looking most beautiful in the light of the setting sun. Price - approx. 20 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable). Ulun Danu - Beratan - Lake Beratan - exploring the former temple in Mengwi next to a palace, surrounded by a moat with lotuses. Drive to the village of Pacung, in the heart of Bali, where you can admire the beautiful rice terraces. A visit to a traditional Balinese market with exotic fruits in Bedugul and drive to Lake Beratan, where there is the most photographed temple - Ulun Danu with beautiful gardens. Drive to the hot springs and SPA in the village of Penatahan.  Price - approx. 35 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable).

"Mother of Temples" – Pura Besakih & Tenganan - visiting Besakih Temple, built on the steep slopes of the still active volcano, Gunung Agung. This is the most important place of worship on the island. Pura Besakih is called the mother of temples by the local people. Then, transfer to the traditional village of Bali Aga - Tenganan, where the native inhabitants of the island live. Price - approx. 35 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable).

Uluwatu & KutaTemple - a trip to the southern edge of the island, to discover one of the oldest Hindu temples in Bali - Pura Luhur Uluwatu. The temple, dedicated to the god of the sea, protects the inhabitants from evil spirits that may come from the ocean, therefore, it was erected on the edge of a cliff, 100 m above the waves of the Indian Ocean. On the way back, stop at the famous Kuta Beach to admire the sunset. Price - approx. 15 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable).

 

Local excursions are organized by local travel agencies under the conditions fixed by them. It's possible to disorganize trips due to low number of applicants.

Kintamani - Batur volcano, Hindu temple and Balinese art - to understand the life value of Balinese people one must get to know their religion, and the dances are a part of it. The programme includes a show of the Baronga and Keris dances, which symbolize the everlasting fight between good and evil. Then the route runs to the north, along the fabulous rice terraces, to Kintamani, from where there is a gorgeous view of Batur volcano and a lake situated in its crater. Stop in Tampak Siring, where there are sacred springs by the Tirta Empul temple - a Hindu place of purification and a typical example of temples found on the island. Day trip. Price - approx. 35 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, lunch and drinks additionally payable, Polish- or English-speaking guide). Balinese dance Kecak - a remarkable dance and music performance. Kecak dance is considered to be the most unique of all the dances in Bali. The dance is not accompanied by music, but a choir made up of more than 70 men. In the middle of the stage the story of Ramayana is performed: prince Rama and princess Sita, a Hindu version of Romeo and Juliet, but with a happy ending. Price - approx. 15 USD (includes: transport, entrance to the show, Polish- or English-speaking guide).

Balinese art - Ubud - a trip into the cultural capital of Bali. A visit to Celuk village, which is famous for the manufacture of beautiful silver jewellery - the cradle of sculpture, art passed down from generation to generation, the wood used is of the highest quality: mahogany, ebony, two-tone hibiscus, crocodile bark tree. Then the route also runs to Batuan - the cradle of handicrafts made of stone and examples of the best paintings in Ubud. Price - approx. 15 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide).

Mengwi - Alas Kedaton - Tanah Lot - a drive to Kedaton monkey forest, where not only the clever macaques monkeys live, but also huge bats, hanging in the trees during the day, called flying foxes. Then we explore the Temple in Mengwi: the royal Taman Ayun and Tanah Lot temples, a temple on a rock in the ocean, looking most beautiful in the light of the setting sun. Price - approx. 20 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable). Ulun Danu - Beratan - Lake Beratan - exploring the former temple in Mengwi next to a palace, surrounded by a moat with lotuses. Drive to the village of Pacung, in the heart of Bali, where you can admire the beautiful rice terraces. A visit to a traditional Balinese market with exotic fruits in Bedugul and drive to Lake Beratan, where there is the most photographed temple - Ulun Danu with beautiful gardens. Drive to the hot springs and SPA in the village of Penatahan.  Price - approx. 35 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable).

"Mother of Temples" – Pura Besakih & Tenganan - visiting Besakih Temple, built on the steep slopes of the still active volcano, Gunung Agung. This is the most important place of worship on the island. Pura Besakih is called the mother of temples by the local people. Then, transfer to the traditional village of Bali Aga - Tenganan, where the native inhabitants of the island live. Price - approx. 35 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable).

Uluwatu & KutaTemple - a trip to the southern edge of the island, to discover one of the oldest Hindu temples in Bali - Pura Luhur Uluwatu. The temple, dedicated to the god of the sea, protects the inhabitants from evil spirits that may come from the ocean, therefore, it was erected on the edge of a cliff, 100 m above the waves of the Indian Ocean. On the way back, stop at the famous Kuta Beach to admire the sunset. Price - approx. 15 USD (includes: transport, entrance fees to visited objects, Polish- or English-speaking guide, lunch and drinks additionally payable).

 

Local excursions are organized by local travel agencies under the conditions fixed by them. It's possible to disorganize trips due to low number of applicants.