Bali Backpacking Tour
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- 7 Days 6 Nights
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A tropical Utopia. The Isle of perpetual summer. Sensuously floating heaven on the ocean. One word tacitly enters our heads when we think of Bali: Paradise! It’s not a place; it’s a mood. Bali bestows thousands of years of conserved history, geography, volcanoes, tourist-friendly hotspots, and euphoria. Welcome to the Island of Gods, where spirituality blends in the soul, the culmination of cultures evanesce in blood, and art and architecture form the heart.
One island, many destinations! Among Indonesia's 17000 islands, Bali glows with pride. Travellers visit this land in search of its prettiest coral reefs, intrepid water sports, abundant marine life, white sand beaches in the south, and black sand beaches in the west and north. If it was ever on your list to visit Bali alone or with a partner, this seems to be the time when clouds are rising high, and summers are sitting cold.
"Balance is not letting love anybody less than you love yourself." Plan the Unplanned team brings your Eat, Pray, Love cravings alive and makes you dance to funky Balinese tunes. From experiencing love to closely observing this part of the archipelago, you will sail in the unique extravaganza of Bali for seven days and six nights at the most competitive prices!
If this rings a bell, check out the complete itinerary. Decide early, ring us soon, and pack your bags at the earliest!
Leave yourself to Ubud's notoriousness (Bali's cultural hub).
- Release your stress and experience a body massage for an hour in Kuta.
- We will go to Uluwatu Temple, perched on top of a cliff 70 m above sea level, locally known as Pura Luhur, meaning something of divine origin.
- Visit the Tanah lot, where you can click beautiful pictures. It is home to a unique temple standing on a rock in the ocean.
- Snorkel your way to glimpse under life in Nusa Penida.
- Adventure Therapy in Nusa Dua with water activities like snorkelling, scuba diving, jet skiing and more at the Benoa Water Sports Centre.
- Remember, we are taking you to Bali to blow your senses with ideas, culture, food and beauty.
- Transfer to the exceptional beauty of Mt. Batur volcano in Kintamani.
- Consider this less; you will explore endless rice fields and Monkey forest in Ubud.
- Eat local Indonesian cuisine.
- Observe the rhythms of Kecak and Fire Dance at Uluwatu.
- Explore Broken beach/Pasih Uug, an incredible cove with unique limestone formations.
- Stay in the luxurious private pool villa in Seminyak.
- Spend one evening dining on Jimbaran Beach in Kuta.
- Visit the silver village of Celuk, which portrays traditional arts and crafts.
- For exquisite memories, get yourself clicked in Angel Billabong, a natural infinity pool enveloped by the surrounding cliffs.
- Visit the Former Royal Palace of Bali - Tirta Ganga.
- Enter the Gates of Heaven in Lempuyang Temple and click amazing pictures.
Day 1: Upon arrival at Denpasar, guests will be greeted and picked up from the airport. A transfer to the Kuta area will be provided.
Day 2: Guests will enjoy a day excursion to Nusa Penida followed by a spa and wellness session in Kuta.
Day 3: A visit to Lempuyang Temple, also known as Heaven's Gate, and Tirta Gangga will be on the itinerary for the day.
Day 4: Guests will embark on an Ubud and Kintamani tour.
Day 5: The day will begin with water sports in Nusa Dua, followed by a visit to Uluwatu Temple for the Kecak Fire Show.
Day 6: Guests will be transferred to a luxury villa in Seminyak, with a visit to Tanah Lot Temple included in the itinerary.
Day 7: After breakfast, guests will be dropped off at the airport, marking the end of the tour.
Who should attend?
Fantastic, you decided to come to Wonderful Bali. Pack your luggage, bask in Indonesian perfume, and summersault in Bali. Arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar from your base city, where we will pick you up and transfer you to a hotel in Kuta.
Check in and freshen up. Day 1 is for resting, meeting co-travellers and getting tuned to the culture, climate, food and new habits. In the evening, we will go to Jimbaran Beach for Dinner.
Note: There’ll be two slots for the pick-up with fixed timings which will be shared five days before your trip.
Welcome to Day 2. Wake up to a crisp morning. Freshen up and get ready; breakfast will be served early in the hotel. Have a good meal; day two will start with a bang. We are going on a West Island Tour in Nusa Penida. We will go to Sanur Harbor and check in. Later, depart to Nusa Penida. It is a gorgeous island housing 60000 inhabitants and is at a distance of 45 minutes by boat from the island of Bali.
First stop in Nusa Penida is Angel Billabong. Framed by big rocks on both sides, Angel Billabong is an infinity pool famous for its emerald hues and crystalline waters.
Near Angel Billabong is a Broken beach/Pasih Uug. It is an incredible cove with unique limestone formations. The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape. It is called Broken Beach because the archway around the bay allows water to flow in and out from the ocean.
Next, we will visit Kelingking beach, which translates to the smallest finger in hand for its shape. Its shape also resembles Tyrannosaurus Rex. It is a picture-perfect location.
The last attraction on the list is snorkelling in Nusa Penida, as it has stunning corals, exotic fishes and the sights of rare Mola Mola fish. This will be followed by traditional Balinese lunch.
We will return from the island in the evening and transfer to Kuta to indulge in an hour-long therapeutic Massage session.
Note: For the Nusa Penida tour, travellers must reach the harbour at a fixed time (the time will be communicated to you), as the boat transfer follows a strict schedule.
You must be hung up from the previous day’s memories. Freshen up; we will explore other great locations. Breakfast will be served.
At 85 km from Kuta, Lempuyang, also known as the Gate of Heaven Tour, lies on the eastern side. It’s a great tour to learn more about the tourist sites east of Bali. Head straight to the Lempuyang temple to see the fantastic view of the gate of heaven. You can take pictures at this gate with Mount Agung in the background.
Next, head to the Tirta Ganga water palace – a stunning water palace with fish ponds. In the evening, we’ll head back to our stay in Kuta.
Wake up to the alarm, freshen up, wear your best clothes and come for breakfast at 8 am. Today we will explore North and central Bali.
Beginning with Ubud, we will capture the heart and cultural capital of Bali. It is a town abundant in natural beauty, cultural heritage and spirituality. We’ll take a scenic walk amidst the lush green Tegallalang Rice Fields and explore the Ubud Art Market, famous for handwoven apparel.
Afterwards, we’ll head towards the sacred Monkey Forest, the abode of the Balinese long-tailed macaque, followed by a visit to the sparkling Tegenungan Waterfall.
Later, we will head towards Celuk Village, known for its silver and gold handicrafts and traditional jewellery, followed by a visit to Kintamani. It is a town on the edge of an active volcano, Mt. Batur, last erupted in 2000. The peak is 1717 m above sea level and offers breathtaking views of Lake Batur and surrounding mountains.
Here, we’ll have lunch.
After some hours here, we will return to our base in Kuta and have dinner.
Hung up from the four excursion days, your heart will call for some extra sleep. But wait, we have just begun. What is your visit to Bali without some drama and water activities?
Get ready; after early morning breakfast, We’ll head towards Nusa Dua to indulge in water activities like jet skiing, parasailing, and banana boating. Afterwards, we’ll have lunch in Nusa Dua.
We will go to Uluwatu Temple, locally known as Pura Luhur, meaning something of divine origin. Perched on top of a cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level. “Ulu” means "land's end", and “Watu” means "rock" in an old language. This is one of Bali's nine key directional temples.
Then, we will wait to experience the sunset and Kecak Fire Dance at Uluwatu in the evening. The dance form is the most iconic art performance at the amphitheatre beside the Uluwatu temple. This dance performance features fire and human vocals for added drama in place of traditional Java and Bali gamelan instruments.
Later, we’ll head back to our stay in Kuta.
Note: Single Parasailing will change to Flying Fish if the weather conditions are unfavourable
After breakfast, We’ll check out from our hotel in Kuta and leave for Seminyak, home to the most glorious beaches and luxurious vacation resorts in Bali.
Upon arrival, we’ll check into our Villa with a private swimming pool where we’ll spend some time at leisure.
In the evening, we will visit the stunning Tanah Lot Temple. The stunning Tanah Lot Temple, which is situated on a tiny rock on the shore, is the temple that receives the most tourists because of its breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and sunset. We will return to the hotel after admiring the magnificent sunset.
Later, we will return to our villa. Play as much as possible, make memories, discuss life, or sit silently gazing at stars
Stay Not Applicable
Today is our last day in Bali. Day 7 will be similar to every day: get ready by 8 am, eat breakfast and get ready for fun. Only an obnoxious feeling will keep coming back. The tour is coming to an end. Nevertheless, brush aside the emotion and explore however you wish to—exchange phone numbers and memories.
We will drop you at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. With that, the trip will come to an end. We will depart with hundreds of memories and views of the prettiest Bali.
Cheers to the seven days we spent together. Plan the Unplanned team will miss you. Indeed it is heartbreaking to let you go. Still, after these seven alluring days filled with surprises, culture, and learnings about local life, we will let you go to rest for some days. We would love to see you again—Check out our other itineraries and ring us soon. It would be a pleasure to see you again. Till then, take care and love life
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What’s life without adventure? Isn’t the real purpose of life to travel, to experience new places, and witness the sunrise from new mountaintops? This thought is what united Jatin and Tarun over a cup of chai, in spite of being from two unrelated backgrounds (CA and IT). They knew each other since the time Jatin was helping Tarun learn the ways of the wilderness through weekend treks and outings with another traveling group. Their love for traveling and trekking together motivated them to start something of their own. Thus was born “Plan The Unplanned”, where travel goals come true. Under the Companies Act, Plan The Unplanned is incorporated as Unplanned Journeys Private Limited They started their journey on unsteady ground, much like any other company, but they shared an infatuation for travel and adventure with their customers, which amplified their determination, and thus, Plan the Unplanned family keeps getting bigger every day! Just about any travel idea can come alive with Plan The Unplanned…treks, adventure activities like rock climbing, kayaking, rafting, backpacking trips across the country, cultural outings, photo walks; everything that fellow travelers need, to explore the great outdoors together. Well now that the wanderlust has kicked in and you can already see a vacation in your nearest future, here’s what we have to offer!
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- 5-night stay at a 4-star hotel in Kuta, followed by a night in a luxurious villa in Seminyak with a private pool
- Daily breakfast from Day 2 to Day 7, and 5 lunches from Day 2 to Day 6
- Beachside dinner at Jimbaran
- Adventure activities: jet skiing, banana boating, parasailing, and snorkeling at Nusa Penida
- Complimentary hampers for honeymooners
- Hour-long therapeutic massage session in Kuta for honeymooners
- Travel insurance with assured sum up to USD 25,000
- A trip leader accompanying the group throughout the journey.
- Land package price subject to 5% TCS charge, which can be claimed back in ITR
- 5% Goods and Services Tax (GST) applicable to package
- Flight tickets not included in package, need to be purchased separately
- Any changes in government tax rates will be borne by traveler
- Visa on Arrival fee charged separately
- Personal expenses like entry charges, activity charges, telephone, fax, internet, laundry, etc. will be borne by traveler
- Extra meals will be charged separately
- Environmental fee of USD 2 per person for Nusa Penida, paid locally
- Additional excursions or sightseeing activities apart from the tour itinerary will be charged separately
- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle malfunctions, political disturbances, etc. will be borne by traveler.
THINGS TO CARRY
We request you to kindly carry the following. It’s better to be prepared than not.
- A Rucksack to stuff your clothes and all the necessities
- Passport and Passport size photos
- Tupperware Water bottle, avoid the use of plastic disposable water bottle
- A small daypack to carry your trek essentials
- Hiking shoes and Floaters
- Warm Layers, socks, gloves, woolen caps, thermals
- Undergarments as required
- Sunscreen, Suncap, and Sunglasses
- Toiletry kit
- Medical kit with your basic medicines
- Dry bags to stuff used clothes or wet clothes
- Biodegradable waste bags to not litter around
- Snacks, dry fruits
HOW TO REACH
Policy and Terms
Here's the cancellation policy for Himalayan Treks/Backpacking Trips/Road Trips
- If you cancel before 30 days - 90% of amount will be refunded
- If you cancel between 20 -30 days - 75% % of amount will be refunded
- If you cancel between 15-19 days - 50% will be refunded
- If you cancel between 7-14 days - 25 % amount will be refunded
- If you cancel between 0- 7 days before the departure date - No amount would be refunded.
- *Intimation Period means the number of days before the tour is scheduled to start
- **Cancellation Fee is the amount of money that will be deducted from the total billing amount before offering the refund.
- Refund/Cancellation requests are accepted only by email at [email protected] and not via call or Whatsapp.
Note: For All The Above Refund Cases Transaction Fees/Internet Handling Charges will be dedcuted from the overall amount and balance amount shall be refunded. You can transfer your ticket to anyone so that you could save your hard earned money
For other trips and travels with us, and detailed terms and conditions check the following link : https://www.plantheunplanned.com/refund-cancellation-policy
Terms and Conditions
Q: I'm a solo traveller, Can I join?
A: The interesting thing about travelling alone is that you get to meet new people from diverse backgrounds, and towards the end, you are no longer strangers. Hence solo travellers are always welcome to join us on our trips. Read more about solo travelling here and get inspired! https://www.plantheunplanned.com/solo-yet-accompanied/
Q: What is special about Bali?
A: Bali has nearly every form of natural beauty, in addition to breathtaking beaches and enchanting temples. The island's beauty is made up of majestic mountain ranges covered in lush vegetation, picturesque lakes, stunning waterfalls, famous rice fields, flower gardens, flowing sacred rivers, and hidden gorges.
Q: Is it safe for Women/Girls?
A: Safety and security are our priority at all times. Hence it is safe for women/girls to join us on our treks and travels. Our trek leaders accompany the team at all times, and our campsites are secured and safe for accommodation. We also have female trek leaders who accompany us on most of our treks.
Q: Which time is ideal for visiting Bali?
A: Bali's dry season, which lasts from April to October, is the ideal time to visit. Despite having great travel weather, the island does occasionally experience days with high humidity. Restaurants are less busy and many stores have deals and promotions during those mid-season months.
Q: How do I avail discounts?
A: Details for availing discounts are mentioned in the following link, https://www.plantheunplanned.com/membership/
Q: Why is Bali so beloved by people?
A: The island's diversity means that there is always an adventure to be had, and it is suitable for most people. All over and around Bali, there is unadulterated beauty. The island is home to several magnificent volcanoes, clear beaches, top-notch diving, a variety of nightlife options, famous rice farms, and stunning waterfalls.
Q: What are Bali's rules on alcohol, drugs, and smoking?
A: Smoking regulations: It is severely forbidden to smoke or sell cigarettes and tobacco in public areas such as hospitals, temples, tourist sites, and public transportation. In public areas, smoking zones have been established where smokers can do so without restriction. In Bali, pubs and restaurants offer designated smoking areas where you may smoke discreetly. Drinking Age: In Bali, the legal drinking age is 21. Due to Muslim norms, you won't find any Halaal restaurants that serve alcohol. Drug restrictions: Bali has severe drug regulations. If you are found in possession of any type of narcotic, such as cocaine, marijuana, or heroin, you will face severe punishment.
Q: What clothing can I wear in Bali?
A: In Bali, you may wear whatever you want as long as it doesn't upset others. However, when it comes to visiting Bali's temples, the people become stringent. Both men and women should dress modestly and be properly covered. Inside the temple, a sarong or scarf must be worn.
Q: What’s the exchange rate in Indonesia?
A: The USD to IDR exchange rate is the most often used one in Indonesia. The Indonesian Rupiah serves as Bali's official currency (Rp). If you're looking for an estimate of the INR to IDR exchange rate, you should be aware that 1 INR is equivalent to 206 Rp.
Q: Can a non-swimmer do various water-related activities in Bali?
A: Yes, there are several water-related sports that don't require any prior swimming or diving expertise, such as sea walking, jet skiing, and river rafting.
Q: Where can I do Sea Walking in Bali? How much will it cost me to do Sea Walking in Bali?
A: You may find some of the most amazing locations in Sanur, Bali, where you can walk directly into the ocean floor and see colourful marine life. It is the perfect exercise for both kids and adults. There is no prerequisite training in diving or swimming. Limit of age: 9 to 70 years Sea-walking trips in Bali are simple to reserve online or by contacting a local agency. Price for sea walking (dive only): INR 2,413 Price for sea walking (including underwater picture): INR 3,900 Price for sea walking (with video from below): INR4,400 The items and exclusions offered by various operators may result in varying costs.
Q: Can I do river rafting in Bali? Is it safe?
A: Undoubtedly, yes. Bali's rivers offer fantastic opportunities for river rafting in addition to beach hopping and sea water sports. To obtain a dosage of your adrenaline rush, enjoy the water rapids on the Melangit, Telaga Waja, and Ayung Rivers. As long as you go with a reputable rafting operator and have all the necessary safety gear, river rafting in Bali is completely safe. Additionally, it depends on how challenging the river rafting is and how strong the currents are. Please double-check everything before signing up for a river rafting excursion.
Q: What safety measures regarding my health should I take before visiting Bali?
A: Make sure you and your family have had any necessary kid vaccinations, such as those for tetanus, typhoid, rabies, and hepatitis, 4–8 weeks before travelling to Bali. When travelling, have a health-related travel insurance policy with you. If you have a medical condition, have a sufficient supply of the medications your doctor has prescribed on hand and store them in the designated containers. To avoid any needless hassles at customs, bring the doctor's prescription with you.
Q: Is there a casino in Bali?
A: No, there isn't a casino in Bali. In Bali, there are no legal casinos or poker rooms. Gambling and betting are actually forbidden in Bali since they go against their fundamental religious beliefs.
Q: Canoeing and kayaking are also allowed in Bali. How much will it set me back? Where do I go to do it?
A: Canoeing and kayaking are also permitted in Bali. The east coast of Bali's Amed is well known for its scenic beauty and opportunities for kayaking. In this area of Bali, there are several tour companies that provide kayaking and canoeing excursions. Another location for kayaking and canoeing is the Ayung River.
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