Bali 2 – 4N/5D

Private Journey

This tour will take you to a different sightseeing experience on the “Land of Gods”.Witness the sunset dinner cruise on your trip. With number of entertainment events and authentic Bali food, it will make your day eventful.

Bali Package 2
4N/5D

Day 01: Arrival in BALI Meet and greet with our guide, then transfer to hotel for check in and relax. Overnight at selected hotel as mentioned below.

Day 02: FD Ubud – Kintamani (B) Breakfast at hotel. Start in the morning to Tirta Empul Temple or Tampak Siring Temple, a holy spring water temple located in Tampak Siring Village. It is set in the dale and encircled by the hill. Then proceed to Kintamani to enjoy the panorama of the semi-active volcano, Mount Batur which stands majestically over the beautiful Batur Lake. Continue with lunch at local restaurant (own expenses). Right before heading back to hotel, a short visit to Ubud market

Day 03: FD Water Sport and Uluwatu Temple (B) Breakfast at hotel, pick up from your hotel, proceed to Tanjung Benoa water sport center to join with water sport activity including: 1x classic parasailing, 1x Banana boat, 1x jet ski. Afterwards, proceed to Uluwatu temple. Hanging on a cliff 100 meters above the ocean, Uluwatu temple is a unique sight

Day 04: Sunset Dinner Cruise (B/D) Breakfast at hotel and relax to explore surroundings area. Late afternoon, transfers to Benoa harbour for Sea Safari Pirate dinner cruise program (veg is based on request). Overnight stay in hotel. Note: Sea Safari Dinner Cruise program inclusive of: welcome drink, Pirates accessories, interactive entertainment (live music, Belly dance, Pirate Modern dance, Fire dance, variety of games with prizes, free dance), international buffet menu & free flow of coffee/tea & iced water during the cruise.

Day 05: Departure (B) Breakfast at hotel. Free program until time to transfer to Airport for your onward flight

Inclusive of:

  • 4 night’s stay at selected hotel as mentioned above with daily breakfast
  • Return airport hotel airport transfers on private on-air con coach
  • 01 bottle of mineral water per person per day
  • Transfers and tours/sightseeing or activities as mentioned on the itinerary
  • English speaking DRIVER during transfer and tours
  • SIC Transfer during water sport program / Nusa Penida trip

 

Exclusive of:

  • Airfare
  • Visa on arrival
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, mini bar, telephone etc
  • Gratuity for guide and driver
  • Surcharge

 

Remarks: • All above price are quoted based on lowest room category • All above prices are quoted based on hotels in Kuta/Sanur/Jimbaran/Nusa Dua/Tanjung Benoa • All rates are inclusive current government tax (subject to change depends on policy amendment) • All rates are in USD based on current exchange rate (subject to change based on market fluctuation) • All rates are subject to change due to government policy on gasoline and economic situation

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