Being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Bali is a thriving island which is constantly developing economically. Bali is a spectacular destination which is popular with all ages. The island of Bali is set in the clear waters of the Indian Ocean just off Indonesia and is perfect for those who enjoy swimming, snorkelling and diving down to see the aquatic life on the ocean floor.
The island offers a diverse range of attractions which makes Bali an unforgettable holiday. The refreshing culture of the Balinese, their incredible biodiversity of marine species and the year-round warm climate are only a few of the reasons why you should book a holiday in Bali.
The biodiversity of their marine life offers vibrant and lively underwater scenes with unmatched diving sites. The Coral Triangle Centre is the one place you must visit during your Bali holiday. This is the perfect activity for kids and adults.
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Wherever you decide to book your Bali holidays, there are plenty of packages to suit your budget. Bali has plenty of top quality hotels and villas - which can be booked on a bed and breakfast, full or half-board basis. However, many cheap holidays to Bali are self-catering. Look at the last minute Bali holidays Co-operative Travel have on offer for the latest deals.
Key Information: The island of Bali is the largest province of Indonesia. There are other notable small islands such as Nusa Penidam, Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan and Serangan Island. Being one of the most fascinating destinations in the world, Bali is a very dynamic island, meaning that its economy and tourism are constantly developing. Bali is also known for its biodiversity of marine species, which makes this an ideal destination for those who love sea life.
Ideal Time to Go: This island offers a consistent warm climate, making this an ideal all year-round destination. The rainy season tends to start from October to March, whereas the dry season starts from June to September. For those who are looking for a warm and sunny holiday in Bali, then it is recommended to book a holiday to Bali between June and September.
Weather: The island of Bali has a tropical monsoon climate with sunshine and warm weather throughout the year. The average daily temperature varies from between 20°C to 33°C, so you’ll be sure to get enough sun during your holiday in Bali. The dry seasons are around June to September and the rainy seasons are around October to March.
Flight Time: With connecting flights from London, the flight times can be anywhere up to 19 Hours.
Time Difference: Bali is 7 hours ahead of the UK time.
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
Fun Fact: If you love coffee, then you will definitely want to try out Bali’s acclaimed ‘most expensive coffee in the world’. The ‘Kopi Luwak’ is not your everyday coffee bean, but is a collection of beans from the digestion of the ‘Civat Cat’.
Top Tip: Bali has no form of public transport, so it is highly recommended to plan ahead when booking a holiday in Bali. There are cabs and drivers as alternative options to public transport.
Connecting flights to Bali from the UK are available all year round from most major airports.
The island of Bali has a lot to offer in terms of activities, entertainment and culture. Here are our top recommendations for places to visit during your Bali holiday:
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