There are so many Bali tours and attractions that there’s sure to be something to interest everyone. Bali is brimming with fun activities on water and on land – with options appropriate for all age groups. The stunning island location means beach activities are high on the list including surfing, wake boarding and swimming. However the fun doesn’t stop there, there’s also plenty of shops and markets to explore and pick up a bargain or authentic Balinese treasure. The nightlife is a major attraction for many visitors and the bustling bars, clubs and restaurants are a fun place to party into the wee hours. For those who just want to relax, most resorts offer a range of guest activities including golf, motorized and non-motorized water sports and spa treatments.
Balinese culture also boasts a seemingly endless array of traditional art forms for you to try, and you can even learn on location with local village artists. Participate in a gamelan and dance workshop, carve a traditional mask, mould some pottery, or cook up a ‘spice-storm’ in Balinese cooking class.
For good whole some fun, children will gravitate naturally to Bali’s superb beach where they can join on a local soccer match or volley ball game; fly a kite; go body surfing, running, throw a frisbee; or simply build sand castles while you rest and enjoy your perfect holiday.