All these years it appears it was wrong to believe Bali had nothing to offer those of us who prefer thrills and rushes of blood over beach cocktails and shopping bargains...read more
Champlung Mas Hotel & Spa
Champlung Mas is a popular family hotel located amidst the vibrant tourist activity of the Kuta - Legian district. It is just a 5 minute walk to Bali's celebrated Legian sunset beach where days can be spent surfing or just soaking up the sun. Surrounded by colourful market stalls, inexpensive res...
Travel Dates: 1 - 24 March, 26 March - 30 June 2020
Bali Turtle Conservation, 2 weeks
The Turtle Conservation project is located on the charming island of Nusa Penida, a 45 minute speedboat ride from mainland Bali. The project is in its early stages and you will work alongside a local team and help protect the endangered sea turtles of Indonesia. You will contribute to turtle cons...
Travel Dates: 1 September 2019 - 30 June 2020
Bali is magical for many reasons, and for the compact slice of Indonesia it represents, it sure has a big reputation. Flight Centre’s range of Bali holiday packages allow you to soak up the island’s beautiful beaches, lush green rice terraces, and buzzing towns with colourful markets all in one go. Package your flights and accommodation with day tours and invaluable insider knowledge to take in secluded strips of sun-drenched sand, the island’s best pounding surf, and a world of marine life, coral reefs and shipwrecks beneath the water’s surface.
Discover the breathtaking beauty of Bali
A holiday in Bali is the first encounter with Indonesia for many travellers. Of the 17,500 islands that comprise this nation – Bali stands out. Whether you want a beach break, spiritual retreat, jungle trek or nightlife to keep you buzzing for days; Bali delivers. A tour of Bali reveals a destination fringed by a combination of white and black sand beaches, whose tropical waters lure surfers, swimmers, snorkellers and divers from around the world. Coastal accommodation is abundant and whether your pockets are deep, or more often home to lint, there's something to suit you here.
Kuta is a clubbing and social whirl and nearby Seminyak is a luxury hub. Ubud is the cultural and artistic centre of the island. One of Ubud's best-known attractions is Goa Gajah, 'Elephant Cave', which in 1995 was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ibu Oka, one of Bali's most popular restaurants, is here too. Be primed for a literal and spiritual feast here when you're done with the beach. Just don't follow the song and leave your camera in the airport bar; that's the proof – you've been to Bali too.