Bali All Inclusive Holiday

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On the Bali All Inclusive tour, we take you to one of Asia's most beautiful Island. Its iconic rice paddies, beaches and Reefs will take your breath away. It is a paradise island full of contrasts with excellent food and amazingly friendly locals. The island is also a shoppers paradise. Locally designed clothing and jewelry will entice you to bring some back after your holiday. Time permitting, a visit to one of the temples is a must.
Your hotel is located on a beautiful beach with its own private beach on Nusa Dua. Book this tour, pack your bags and go on an unforgettable holiday

At a glance

Bali 7 Nights at the Sol Beach House Hotel
Accommodation  Standard double room 
Meals All Inclusive (Based on BLUE Meal basis)
Transfers Return transfers between Airport and Hotel 
Other Two Full and one Half Day Tour   


Your All Inclusive stay at the Sol Beach House includes:

  • Welcome drink, fruit basket and flower in room upon arrival
  • 20% discount for all imported drinks
  • Daily buffet breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Limited a la carte menu at El Patio and Amarta Restaurant
  • Unlimited soft drinks, mineral water, juices, local beer, local selection of wines, local liquor such as gin, vodka, whiskey and rum until 1 am
  • Daily snacks at the poolside
  • Free use of the Fitness Club and Steam Room
  • Evening in house entertainment; Balinese Folklore, Moon Drops, Cabaret show, Balinese Cultural Show, Ethnic fusion and Latin Passion
  • In house activities, Yoga, Tai Chi, Sea Side bicycling, games room, karaoke and non-motorized water sports
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 3 Free Tours 


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Day 1

Arrive Bali (D)

  • On arrival at Denpasar Airport, you are met by our representative for transfer to your hotel
  • Remainder of the day will be at leisure


Day 2

Bali (All Inclusive)

  • The Sol Beach House offers many leisure Services
  • Beach activities
  • Bicycling, water aerobics and cooking demonstrations
  • A 3 km jogging track nearby
Day 3

Bali (All Inclusive)

  • After breakfast, departure on a full day  Eastern Bali Mystic tour
  • Return to your hotel for dinner and some evening entertainment 



  • Return flights from Johannesburg with Emirates (Specific and Limited Seats)
  • Accommodation and meals as mentioned
  • Return Airport transfers
  • Departure and Fuel taxes (Subject to change)


  • Increases in airfares and Airline Levies
  • Tips
  • Services not mentioned in the program
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visa fee


  • Valid for travel during September 2019
  • Seasonal, weekend, Events and School Holiday Supplements MAY be applicable

    Contact us for any other travel date required

Country information

What is the weather like in Bali
With sunshine throughout the year, Bali has a tropical monsoon climate, with pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius. The rainy season starts from October to March with occasional heavy showers and high humidity. June to September is the dry season and best time for outdoor activities, with low humidity but it can get cold during the evenings.

Bali Culture
The rituals and festivals are everywhere you look. Offerings outside your hotel or shops, the population takes pride in their religious responsibilities. When packing your holiday suitcase include a sarong with or buy one as soon as you have settled into your hotel.

Drinks & Markets
Beer is cheap, and cocktails will surprise you with their taste. Avoid drinks that are labeled as Arak and remember wines are expensive. Drink bottled water only and avoid ice in your drinks.
Local markets are fun to go to and as usual, haggling is a must.

Discover your environment
Hire a motorbike for the day and insist on a helmet. An alternative is to hire a Bluebird Taxi for a few hours, they come metered, are clean and cheap.

Staff is lowly paid in Bali however they still are extremely generous and hospitable. If you receive a good service, tipping will go a long way

Dishes not to be missed for first-time travelers to Bali
Pisang Goreng: fried bananas and an all-time favourite
Mie Goreng: Fried noodles served with vegetables and a choice of chicken, shrimps or pork
Sate: Mashed barbequed chicken blended with spices and put on a stick
Nasi Campur: Mixed rice with small portions of vegetables, fish or meat