Balinese escape and dream island

Welcome to Bali, the pearl of the Sunda Islands

Balinese escape and dream island

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Welcome to Bali, the most famous of the Sunda Islands! This Balinese escape and dream island invites you to discover the wonders of this mythical Indonesian island. You’ll hike through the rice terraces, true masterpieces of terraced agriculture and a UNESCO cultural heritage site. You’ll be amazed by the breathtaking beauty of the landscape. You’ll stay in accommodation with an infinity pool and views of Bali’s most beautiful landscapes, for a unique experience.

You’ll also have the opportunity to climb Indonesia’s volcanoes, including Mount Batur, an active volcano located in central Bali, for an unforgettable hiking experience. You can also explore traditional Balinese villages and discover local customs and traditions.

And of course, what better way to relax than on the world’s most beautiful beaches? You can discover the famous beaches of Kuta and Seminyak, or enjoy the quieter, less touristy Sanur.

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  • Discover the most famous of the Sunda Islands
  • Hike through the rice terraces
  • Stay in accommodation with an infinity pool and views of the most beautiful landscapes
  • Climbing Indonesian volcanoes
  • Relax on the world’s most beautiful beaches
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Day 1: Denpensar

Arrival at the airport, then private transfer from the airport to your hotel.

Denpasar, in the south of the Indian Ocean island of Bali, is the provincial capital. A journey to the heart of the country’s history. Take the rest of the day to visit the city’s many monuments and enjoy its markets, such as Pasar Badung, Museum Bali and Le Bird Market.

Day 2: Denpensar – Ubud

Morning departure for Ubud. Despite tourism, Ubud has retained its charm and authenticity. You’ll take a stroll through the surrounding rice fields, where you’ll learn about rice farming techniques. You’ll then have the opportunity to continue your discovery at the Jatiluwih rice field, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit ancient temples such as Sebatu. Café Lotus, not far from the market, is a café and Balinese dance venue. The Monkey forest, a reserve not far from downtown. In the village of Sebatu, we visit a Hindusite sanctuary built over a spring.

Day 3: Ubud – Bedugul – Lovina

In the morning, after breakfast, departure for Lovina via Bedugul.

On the way, visit central Bali via Bedugul, a town at the foot of Mount Bratan and on the shores of the lake of the same name. The lakeside Ulun Danu temple, dedicated to the goddess of water, is one of the island’s most emblematic temples. On the outskirts of the city center, the Candi Kuning market where locals come to do their shopping. If you find yourself in this region, don’t miss the rice fields of Jatiluwih, where farmers cultivate rice before your very eyes.

Even non-golfers will appreciate the road that must be taken to get to the gulf, which has columns on either side forming a Hindu gate.

Day 4: Lovina – Amed

En route to Amed on Bali’s east coast, you’ll stop off at the Beji temple. Rent scooters to explore Amed’s surroundings. You can also go snorkelling and discover the Japanese wreck in the depths.

Voyage Bali Indonésie vacances séjour îles de rêve
Voyage Bali Indonésie vacances séjour îles de rêve

Day 5: Amed – Gili Air

Departure for Gili Air, a paradise island northwest of Lombok, one of three small islands bordering the island. You board the ferry at Amed, which will take you directly to the beach.

Drop off your belongings at your hotel, then enjoy the day at leisure.

Days 6 and 7: Gili Air

A full day to enjoy Gili Air’s calm beaches. Enjoy an island where there are no motorized vehicles!

Day 8: Gili Air – Lombok

Take a ferry back to Lombok’s second largest island, where you can continue to enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Sunda Islands.

One of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful volcanic ascents (Rinjani), a must-see for the brave.

Day 9: Lombok – Jimbaran

Transfer by boat from Lombok to Jimbaran.

To finish on a high note, discover Jimbaran, the fishing village located 3km south of Bali’s international airport.

Sightseeing/Doing: Explore the Bukit peninsula where you’ll find Dreamland beach, a beach where you can surf as much as you like in Gerupak. Climb to the summit of the sacred peak, Gunung Rinjani. Join a deserted critic north of Senggigi, attend a traditional Sasak festival.

Day 10: Jimbaran – Departure for France

Enjoy your last moments in Bali before your private transfer to the airport.

End of your stay…

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