Bali honeymoon

Things to do in Bali for a Perfect Honeymoon Trip

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Home to spectacular beaches, wonderful forests, and interesting wildlife, Bali makes for a perfect honeymoon getaway. From walking hand-in-hand into its glorious sunsets to discovering the wonders of nature amidst its lush greens, the place offers you a plethora of activities to indulge in. Here are a few places to visit on your perfect Bali honeymoon.

Couples SpaBali couple spa

Holidays are a time to relax and rejuvenate, and a spa treatment is the best way to do so. Bali has some brilliant spas where you and your partner can enjoy a blissful couple’s spa treatment. With a relaxing spa, you can de-stress from all the wedding madness and enjoy some peace. Try various kinds of massages, especially the authentic Balinese ones, along with scrubs, facials and Jacuzzi time. It would be the ultimate pampering experience for the both of you.

GoFro Tip: Ensure that the spa you choose offers you a good view of the gorgeous landscape.

Romantic Sunset Dinner CruiseBali dinner cruise

Who would not like a romantic dinner on a cruise, with a beautiful view of the sunset over the horizon? Enjoy a movie-like romantic dinner date in Bali on a traditional wooden sailing ship, called a phinisi. Set with a nautical theme, you get to enjoy a decadent dinner along with traditional live music performances, thrilling fire shows and exotic belly dancers. These cruises also allow you to participate in various games on the deck post dinner.

GoFro Tip: Most of the cruises offer you live music, so ask the band to play ‘your’ song, making it a dinner to remember for a lifetime.

Water SportsRafting in Bali

With stunning beaches and other water bodies, Bali makes for a perfect destination for you to indulge in water sports with your partner. The island offers you a wide range of water-based adventure activities to try out, such as surfing at Kuta, scuba diving at Amed, snorkeling at Nusa Lembongan, rafting at Payangan, sea walking at Tanjung Benoa, Kitesurfing at Sanur, and so much more.

GoFro Tip: While going scuba diving, use a full-face mask instead of a half-face as it protects your airway better.

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Kintamani TourMount Batur in Kintamini area in Bali

People from near and far off places from across the world come to Bali to visit the Bali Volcano, also known as Mount Batur or Kintamani Volcano. The Kintamani area comprises of three main villages – Penelokan, Batur, and Kintamani. Visit to see the striking Lake Batur in the caldera. Afterwards, you can either explore around the crater itself or take a winding road down along the lake shore to Toya Bungkah. The place has majestic Ulun Danu Batur Temple and a collection of wonderful hot springs.

GoFro Tip: Stop over at Penelokan for some time for the mesmerizing views over Mount Batur.

Bali Safari & Marine ParkBali safari

If your idea of a date is something wild and wonderful, Bali Safari & Marine Park is the place for you to be. Home to an overwhelming number of species and varieties of plants and animals, it is a haven for nature lovers. From deadly piranhas, friendly elephants to majestic tigers, the place has it all. The Night Park allows you to see the animals in their natural habitat by taking you on a 20-minute tour across the place with you perfectly safe in a cage.

GoFro Trip: Do visit the N’kuchiro Bar & Grill, famous for its BBQ among the locals and the tourists alike.

Temple ToursBali sea temple

Offering spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, Uluwatu Temple is undoubtedly the best sea temple in Bali. One of the six major temples of the island, it is said to help ward off evil. But the temple is famous for more than just its religious value. Built atop an approximately 70-m-high cliff, Uluwatu Temple is known for its mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets. Visit in the early hours of the morning or just before sunset to see the sky dramatically change colors and reflect on the waters, making the entire moment seem something straight out of a fairytale.

GoFro Tip: Do not miss the Kecak dance performance at the temple, a Balinese special.



Author: GoFro Travelers’ Network

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