Beautiful, exotic Bail is a wonderful second honeymoon destination for couples looking to get away from it all for a couple weeks or more. Airfare tends to be the major expense in planning a trip to Bail. You will find that accommodations, activities, entertainment, and food are all very reasonable, if not downright inexpensive compared to other destinations. When it comes to accommodations, you will find a wide variety of wonderful offering to suit every taste from cozy beachfront bungalows to luxurious resorts. Some resorts even offer child-free zones and accommodations.
You want to be sure to leave plenty of room in your luggage for souvenirs as you will be able to pick up authentic teak pieces, Buddha statues, gorgeous linens, and more for a fraction of the price you’d pay elsewhere.
From elephant safaris to exploring the volcanic mountains, lush green forest, and sandy beaches, experiencing the culture, tradition, and the true flavor of Bali is awaiting you.
The best time to visit Bali tends to be April to September since the rainy season lasts from October through March. You will likely find festivals in March, June, July, and August.
Ready to plan your trip, be sure to get your passport and check the travel alerts and warnings from the US Department of State. It’s also good idea to add the Hotline for American Travelers: 1-888-407-4747 to your phone and pack it in your luggage along with the URL for the US Department of State’s travel page http://www.state.gov/travel/ in case of emergency.