You’ve arrived at your stay, and you are ready to explore Bali! But everything is pretty far away so walking is no option. We’ve listed some safe options of transport for you! Taxis in Bali Riding a taxi in Bali works the same way it does everywhere else – you hail a taxi from the … Continue reading How to get around in Bali
The Mount Agung volcano in Bali erupted for the first time in more than half a century in November, forcing tens of thousands of people to flee the Indonesian island’s “danger zone.” Indonesia’s disaster mitigation agency has said the volcano remains at its highest alert level but most of Bali is safe for tourists. The … Continue reading Bali is SAFE!
In today’s blog, we’ve listed 5 amazing island that you can visit during your holiday in Bali! Gili Trawangan This is the first of the Gili Islands that you’ll approach from Bali. Trawangan is also the most popular in the group three, offering well established facilities and infrastructure, together with a larger collection of hotels, … Continue reading Islands Near Bali
A large eruption of Bali’s restless Mount Agung volcano could be imminent, Indonesian officials have said as they called for 100,000 people to leave the area. So far, 40,000 people have been moved away from the volcano and tens of thousands of travellers have been stranded due to airport closures. Mount Agung has been spewing … Continue reading Mt. Agung update  (November 2017)
From the airport to your destination How to get from the airport to your hotel or stay in Bali is for some people a real burden, because there are so many people offering a transfer it’s easy to get overwhelmed. We’ll show you some options. Taxi from the airport There is no official pick up … Continue reading How to get from the Ngurah Rai airport to your hotel
What to bring on a surf trip is always tricky, you don’t want to bring to much and certainly don’t want to miss things on your trip. That’s why we’ve listed 6 essentials for a surf trip to Bali for you! Your Board… or Not Bringing your own board on a surf vacation used to … Continue reading What to bring to a surf trip to Bali?
Since September it’s threatened to erupt, forcing more than a 100,000 residents to evacuate and leading to a substantial decline in Bali’s tourism industry. But seismic activity at the Mount Agung volcano has decreased over the past week, leading authorities to reduce the threat level and ordering some evacuees back to their homes. The volcano … Continue reading Mount Agung [Update November 2017]
Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops. An ancient Hindu shrine perched on top of an outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves; Tanah Lot Temple is simply among Bali’s not-to-be-missed icons. The onshore site is dotted with smaller shrines alongside visitors’ leisure facilities that … Continue reading Tanah lot temple anniversary
New years eve on Bali is an amazing experience. And the main reason why this is so amazing, is because of the great parties on the island. Especially in the most tourist regions of the island, we’ve listed a few parties for you! DOUBLE-SIX ROOFTOP A venue that promises ocean breezes and provides prime spots … Continue reading New Years Eve Parties
Known alternately as the “off season” or “wet season”, the Bali rainy season provides an alternative to the tourist crowds and busier surf spots of the dry months. Some days it doesn’t rain at all, making the decision to come here during the rainy season seem like a stroke of genius. When is Bali’s rainy … Continue reading Wet season in Bali