TRAVEL 2021 Indonesia Eat - Pray - Love Tour

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Join us for an unforgettable Travel 2021 - Indonesia " Eat, Pray & Love" tour. Visit both Sanur and Ubud and be thrilled with the beaches as well and as exploring the gorgeous natural sights, getting a taste of the local culture in Ubud, a place of serenity.

SANUR

Sanur has been for many people around the world, been famous for being the most beautiful beach in Bali. Sanur beach is ideal in the early morning when the sun rises over Island of Nusa Penida offering scenic views. Spend your holiday walking along the white beach; watch an amazing sunrise or following the path through the surrounding hamlets and coconuts groves. Discover the coral pyramid in the sea temple or the old pillar inscription of an ancient temple.  

UBUD
Located in the foothills of Gianyar Regency (district) and surrounded by ravines, dense forest, and picturesque rice paddy fields. Ubud is one of the most attractive towns in Bali and a ‘must-see’ for anyone visiting the island. 
Overlooking the Ayung River in Mambal between Seminyak and Ubud, a hidden gem awaits the intrepid traveller. 
Take a morning or afternoon walk taking you through the moonscape of various lava flows and ash-cones. 

At a glance

SANUR 7 Nights at the Parigata Resort Sanur or similar
UBUD 5 Nights at the Cendana Resort or similar
Meals Breakfast daily
Other All relevant transfers
  3 FREE tours
  FREE bottle of wine    
  FREE 90 Minute massage    

Highlights

Sanur Highlights
Catch the beautiful Sanur Sunrise
Go for a walk on the Sanur Boardwalk
Visit the Bali Orchid Garden

Ubud Highlights
Take a walk through the rice fields
Go to the lotus pond at Saraswati temple for a peaceful time
Attend a Kecak Dance Performace
Take an Art or Cooking Class
Spend some time at the boutiques selling clothes, jewellery and many other interesting items to take home

Quick Contact

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrive Bali

  • Welcome to Bali, your Eat, Pray and Love Holiday has started
  • You will be met on arrival for transfer to your hotel
  • Check-in and remainder of the day is at leisure
Day 2

Parigate Resort (B)

  • After breakfast, make your way to the beach, a two-minute walk down the semi-private pathway next to the hotel
Day 3

Parigata Resort (B)

  • Breakfast at your hotel
  • Take one of the FREE tours, included in your holiday program
  • Our representative will discuss the tour options & days with you on your way to the hotel

Inclusions

  • Return Flights from Jo'burg on Cathay Pacific (Specific & Limited Seats)
  • Accommodation in standard double room
  • Meals: Breakfast daily
  • All relevant Transfers
  • Extras as Mentioned

Exclusions

  • Personal expenses, meals and drinks unless otherwise specified
  • Travel insurance
  • Increases in airfares & fuel levies
  • Visa fee
  • Tips
  • Services not stated in the itinerary

Seasonal Supplements may be applicable

Validity

  • Valid for travel between 01 May - 20 June 2021

Contact us for any other travel date required


Country information

Bali Travel info
The high season in Bali is from July to August, during the dry season, and the low season is from October to April, during the wet season. The best time to go to Bali is during the dry season but from May to October. Bali is Australia's favourite destination in Asia and they go there in large numbers from Christmas to the end of January; in summer, it is European tourists who arrive. This is why the months of May, June and September are the right months to discover Bali quietly, away from the crowd of tourists

No visa is required for a stay of less than 30 days in Bali and Indonesia in general. However, a return ticket or other proof of departure from the country will be requested by the Indonesian authorities. Travellers must present a passport valid for more than 6 months from the date of entry into Bali and with blank pages to affix the visa. Important: the passport must be in very good condition or it will be rejected immediately.

Bali has a dense transport network and fast travel due to the small size of this part of Indonesia; there are many taxis and minibuses. Another possibility: the rental of two-wheelers, bicycle or motorcycle, but be careful when driving on the left and traffic is chaotic or even dangerous when you are not used to it.