South-Eastern Islands

Home › Regions Although one of the most mellow and least commercialised regions in Bali, the South-Eastern Islands has recently boomed in popularity among tourists. In the past, these islands were a hub for shack-staying surfers, until the likes of Nusa Lembongan,...

East Bali

Home › Regions East Bali is a must-see. Be amazed as you explore promenades of rice trickling down the rolling mountains, meander along long stretches of swaying palms and get to know the real Bali as you uncover ancient villages hidden among the striking flora and...

North Bali

Home › Regions North Bali’s most popular destinations would have to be Singaraja and, of course, Lovina Beach! The main pulse of North Bali’s Buleleng district and formerly recognised as Bali’s colonial capital, Singaraja takes travellers back in time. With royal...

West Bali

Home › Regions All the water-babies rejoice! West Bali is home to some of the most extraordinary coral reefs and swells in the world. Snorkelers, divers and surfers don’t want to miss a trip to Bali’s west coastline. This region sits a 3-hour drive along the...

Ubud & Central Bali

Home › Regions Home to iconic and dramatic terraced rice fields, ancient temples and exotic, local antiques, Ubud and Central Bali rests an hour from the coastline. In the past, this region has typically acted as a day-trip destination however Bali’s uplands, with its...