Beautiful coral reefs, isolated beaches, and stunning volcanic sites make Bali number one vacation spot in Indonesia. The dry season from April to October is the best time to visit Bali and make the most of the sunny weather. This is also the best time to try surfing on its famous waves and to witness the colourful Bali Kite Festival. Besides, it's the best occasion to spot the ocean sunfish, called mola mola, the largest bony fish in the world. You can also plan your trip around Galungan and Kuningan, which is a unique Balinese holiday when temples and houses get decorated with colourful bamboo poles. It celebrates the victory of good over evil. Rainy season from November to March is the prime time for visiting the iconic rice paddies and go for white water rafting.
The kite festival that sends a message to the Hindu gods
The tradition of buffalo races is a long one in Jembrana
Go scuba diving in one of the most magnificent places in the world!
An enormous sunfish swimming around—the incredible diving experience
Surfing in Bali may be an intimidating but awesome experience!
One of the best ways to explore the untouched beauty of Indonesia
Rentals, lessons and kites are available at several beaches
A fascinating performance charms the audience and tells the story of the island
This art from ancient times is fascinating even without understanding the language—enjoy the music and the mysterious dance of shadows!
The Elephant cave honours Ganesha and scares off evil spirits
The premier dolphin watching spot in Bali
The festival to honour the win of good over the evil
A traditional tribute to Lord Indra, the protector of Tenganan village
The kissing festival for the singles
According to Balinese calendar, New Year comes in spring and means "the Day of Silence"
The festival focuses on spirituality and helps you find the harmony and raise awareness of environmental and health issues
The full moon celebration is one of the most significant holidays for the Balinese Hindus
The Fire War to scare the demons away!
The biggest cultural event of the year on Bali
Considered to be the king of the fruits, this smelly fruit tastes like nothing you've had before!
Visit iconic lush green rice paddies where farming is still done the same way it was hundreds of years ago
Try diving with the beautiful and huge manta ray fish
The celebration of dragons and lions, prayers and temples, firecrackers and fireworks
A picturesque Hindu temple is one of the most popular photo spots in Bali, especially at sunset
Ring in New Year dancing on the beach and swimming in the warm ocean
The day that starts with a prayer ends with a fierce battle of the rice cakes
Generally rivers in Bali are all class II and III, but during the wet season they may rise up to class IV
Stabbing and not bleeding ritual of protecting the island from the bad spirits
Considered to be the queen of fruits, mangosteen is a perfect buddy for the durian!