Bali is Indonesia’s most iconic and popular destination. Known for its beautiful beaches, stunning temples, and vibrant culture, Bali is a true paradise on Earth. But Bali is also an amazing place for more adventurous travelers!
Whether you’re a thrill-seeker looking for an adrenaline rush or a more laid-back traveler looking to relax and soak up the island’s culture, Bali has something for everyone. With Ocean Earth Travels, you’ll get an authentic, off-the-beaten-path experience and an unforgettable trip.
Bali, the Island of Gods
Bali is known for its rich culture and spirituality, which is deeply ingrained in the daily lives of the Balinese people. Balinese Hinduism, which is a unique blend of Hinduism, Buddhism, and animism, is the predominant religion on the island and is reflected in the many temples and ceremonies that take place throughout Bali. The island’s culture is also heavily influenced by the traditional performing arts, such as the famous Kecak dance, and the intricate and colorful Balinese dances and ceremonies.
Ocean Earth Travel offers cultural tours that allow you to discover the island’s rich cultural heritage. Our experienced guides will take you on a journey through the island’s traditional villages and temples, giving you a glimpse into the daily lives of the Balinese people and their spiritual practices. With us, you can immerse yourself in the culture and spirituality of Bali and make unforgettable memories.
Scuba Diving in Bali
Bali is a world-renowned destination for scuba diving, offering crystal-clear waters, vibrant coral reefs, and an abundance of marine life. The island is home to some of the most famous dive sites in Indonesia, including the USS Liberty shipwreck in Tulamben, and the Nusa Penida Marine Park where we often spot manta rays and mola molas.
Divers can expect to see a wide variety of marine life including manta rays, sharks, turtles, and schools of tropical fish. The diving conditions in Bali are suitable for divers of all levels, from beginners to experienced divers.
Ocean Earth Travel offers scuba diving trips to some of Bali’s most popular dive sites, as well as lesser-known spots that are off the beaten path. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, we will help you design a dive trip to suit your level. With us, you can discover the beauty and diversity of Bali’s marine life and make unforgettable memories.
Trekking in Bali
Bali is a trekker’s paradise, offering a wide variety of trekking routes that take you through lush jungles, beautiful rice terraces, and traditional villages. The island is home to several active volcanoes such as Mount Batur and Mount Agung, both of which offer challenging and rewarding trekking experiences.
Ocean Earth Travel offers guided trekking expeditions to some of the most beautiful and untouched areas of the island. Our experienced guides will take you on an adventure through the island’s lush jungles, rice paddies and traditional villages, giving you a chance to see the real Bali and experience the island’s culture and way of life. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced trekker, we offer a variety of trekking routes to suit your level. You will be able to see the most beautiful sunrises from the top of the volcanoes, and discover the hidden waterfalls and temples. With us, you can explore the natural beauty and rich culture of Bali and make unforgettable memories.
Best time to visit
Bali is a tropical island that can be visited all year round, however, the best time to visit depends on your preferences and what you want to do while you are there. The dry season, which runs from April to October, is the most popular time to visit Bali as the weather is sunny and dry. This is the best time for outdoor activities such as surfing, hiking, and scuba diving. The shoulder months of April, May, September and October are considered the best time to visit as the weather is still good and the crowds are not as heavy as in the peak summer months. If you’re looking for a quieter and more relaxed experience, the wet season, which runs from November to March, is a good time to visit as it is less crowded and the prices are lower. The wet season can be a great time to visit Bali if you’re looking to relax and enjoy the island’s cultural and spiritual experiences.