Bali travel is one of the best tourist destinations in the world, millions of visitors come every year to enjoy their vacation on the island of the gods. Bali travel with its various tourist services and facilities , is a favorite destination for tourists with disabilities because it is much easier to find suitable facilities and tailored accommodation.
provision of facilities for visitors with disabilities
Bali is called the island with a thousand temples, and all temples have access for people with disabilities and wheelchair available only by contacting the officer who is usually called a caretaker.
Bali is famous for its friendly locals and mutual tolerance with others, scattered smile and natural innocence that we will encounter a lot
as time is now all the streets in Bali are so congested by traffic jams, the large number of vehicles that scatter on the road has created stress for travelers who will go around visiting tourist attractions because of traffic jams. now more travelers choose to rent a motorbike in order to save budget and time, but the choice is not entirely good for travelers to do because over time the high rate of accidents by travelers renting a motorcycle proves that this option is less recommended for customers to do.
Travel Agent & Tour Operators
It is highly recommended that every visitor who plans to Bali order an airport transfer service from the airport to your hotel or resort, all will certainly make you arrive happily welcomed by private drivers at Ngurah Rai International Airport by bringing your name sign board on it. interrupted your trip from the airport to the hotel sometimes your driver will offer tour services to visit tourist attractions depending on your needs, and you can negotiate the price with these drivers to find an agreement.
Other Things to Do or See in Bali
On a backpacker budget in Bali, you can expect to pay 355,000-575,000 IDR ($25-40 USD) per day. This will entail staying in a hostel dorm, eating street food or cooking most of your meals, renting a bicycle to get around, and doing a few activities like hiking or seeing a Balinese dance. It’s really easy to do Bali on a budget if you stay in cheap guesthouses, eat local, and stick to the less expensive activities.
For a mid-range budget of 920,000-1,850,000 IDR ($65-130 USD) per day, you can eat out at nicer restaurants that cater to Western tastes, stay in a budget hotel or a private hostel room, rent a scooter to get around, drink more, get tons of massages, and take a few tours. You won’t live large but you won’t want for anything.
For a luxury budget of 4,100,000-5,100,000 IDR ($285-360+ USD) per day, you can stay at international hotels or fancy local villas, take taxis or private minivans around the island, eat Western food, and do any adventure activities you want. Bali has some of the most luxurious resorts, spas, and restaurants in the world so Bali on a luxury budget is really up to you. The sky is the limit here!
You can use the chart below to get some idea of how much you need to budget daily, depending on your travel style. (Remember some days you’ll spend more, some days you’ll spend less. It’s an average!)
- Try some adventure sports
There are tons of adventurous activities to do. You can go paragliding, hiking, mountain cycling, horseback riding, jungle trekking, and even treetop zip-lining. Prices will vary, though they are all quite affordable. Paragliding, for example, will cost you around 1,500,000 IDR ($110 USD) per person for a tandem glide.
- Scuba diving and snorkeling
While snorkeling is always an option here, Bali is most popular for its phenomenal dive spots. The reefs here are beautiful and there is an amazing variety of fish to see. The wreck of a US cargo ship, Liberty, is a highly recommended spot. Prices will vary but expect to pay at least 1,900,000 IDR ($135 USD) for a two-tank dive.
- Visit the spa
Bali is the perfect place to re-energize by pampering yourself and releasing bottled up stress and tension. Balinese massage is one of the most relaxing in the world, and there are a number of Balinese spa treatments which involve the use of various herbs and spices. Prices vary depending on what you purchase but expect to pay at least 275,000 IDR ($20 USD) for a treatment.
- Party in Kuta
Kuta is kind of like the Tijuana of Bali. The streets are narrow here and there are hundreds of stalls selling faux-brand ripoffs and novelty souvenirs. There are plenty of hostels and lots of bars that cater to the younger backpacker crowd. If you’re looking to party, this is the best spot on the island to do so. Personally, I hate Kuta and think there are a lot of better places on the island.
- Go dolphin watching
There are various companies that offer sunrise boat trips — and you are likely to hear about them at every hotel you stay in. It’s about a two-hour excursion and it’s best to get a ticket the day before. Expect to pay around 800,000 IDR ($57 USD) for adults and 560,000 IDR ($40 USD) for kids.
- Watch the monkeys
In Ubud, you can also visit the Ubud Monkey Forest, a nature reserve and sacred area with temples. It’s very touristy, and a lot of people break the rules and feed the monkeys, which teaches them bad habits so don’t do that! Still, it’s exciting to watch all of the long-tailed macaques running around and playing with each other. Admission is 80,000 IDR ($5.50 USD) for adults.
- Watch a Buffalo Race
Chances are, after a few days in Bali, you will have seen the water buffalo working in the various fields. In Negara, locals riding chariots race buffaloes every second Sunday from July to October. Negara is a bit out of the way and the races take place at 7am, so you probably should arrange accommodation for the night before.
- Visit the Mother Temple
Pura Besakih is a temple located on the sacred Mount Agung, an active volcano. The climb will take several hours, and most people arrange this as a tour since you need a vehicle to reach the trailhead. Prices start around 400,000 IDR ($29 USD) per person. Since it is a holy mountain, climbing can be off limits during certain times of the year.
- Stretch it out
There are tons of world-class yoga retreat centers all around Bali, offering both single classes and multi-day retreats. If you need to relax, destress, and stay healthy this is a great place to do it!
When to Go to Bali
Bali has a year-round warm, tropical climate with just two seasons: wet and dry. Dry season lasts from April to September, while the rainy season occurs from October to the end of March. The average daily temperature year-round is 80°F (28°C).The high season is from July and August as well as through the Easter holidays and Christmas holidays (about December 11th to January 1st). Bali is busiest during this time, and prices are the highest.
In Bali’s mountainous areas, temperatures are much cooler and there is more rainfall than along the coast. If you plan on spending time in the mountains you’ll want to pack appropriate clothing.
Overall, the best time of year to visit is between May and September when it’s dry and sunny. It’s still pleasant to visit during the rainy season – rainfall usually comes as fast and intense downpours that only last a few hours. In Bali, the extremes between seasons aren’t drastic. Dry season is the best time to climb the volcanoes and participate in water sport activities, and the best time to dive is from April to September.