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Bali

Indonesia

August 14 - 20, 2019

Registration Opens  March, 15 2019 

8 am EST

Bali

the famed island of the Gods

Bali is an enchanting island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. The island’s home to an ancient culture, warm hospitality, exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops and plenty yoga and meditation practice. It’s a place to  get immersed in culture, and experience amazing entertainment. You will be able to experience 2 cities, and everything from traditional cuisine, shopping in local boutiques, and spending the day on Nusa Penida. 

What's Included
  • Boutique Hotel & Resort (4 star rated)

  • 3 nights in Ubud, 3 nights in Kuta

  • Airport Pickup (Arrival at DPS)

  • Welcome Gift

  • Transportation to activities listed in itinerary 

  • 6 Breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners

  • Guided tour Nusa Penida Island

  • Bali Swing & Rice Field Tour

  • Coffee Plantation Tour

  • Temple & Waterfall Tour

  • Beach Club & Cliff  Day Party

  • Private Yoga Instructor

  • Traditional group meals

  • Monkey Forest 

  • Professional Photographer/Videographer

  • 2 On-site coordinators

  • & much more

Not Included
  • Plane Ticket (Budget approx. $600 - $1500)

  • Trip insurance mandatory (budget approx. $70)

  • Meals not mentioned (Budget approx. $150)

  • Alcohol 

  • Misc expenses (tips, taxis, etc.)

  • Optional Activities

  • Return Airport Transfer

Packages
  • Silver Package - $1,200

    • Double occupancy room​

    • Double bed or 2 twins

  • Gold Package - $1,400

    • Double occupancy room​

    • Double bed or 2 Twins

    • Spa Package

  • Platinum Package - $1,600

    • King/Double (shared bed)

    • Double occupancy

    • Direct pool access

    • Spa Package

 

A $400.00 deposit is required to secure your spot. Payment plans options will be availble during registration. Additional details to follow.

 
 

Day to Day Activities

DAY 1: WELCOME TO BALI

You made it! Your private transport will take you safely to Ubud. Once you arrive at our boutique resort and get settled, we’ll have a welcome reception with mimosas. We’ll spend the first 3 days of our trip nestled in the rain-forest and exploring nature, so you’ll spend this time connecting with the everyone and getting rested. As a group, we’ll head to our welcome dinner and get ready for the journey ahead.

DAY 2: RICE FIELDS + COFFEE

Come ready to take stunning photos surrounded by rainforest, terraced rice paddies, and breathtaking landscapes. You’ll have the chance to taste local coffee and tea, as well as take a picture on the iconic Bali Swing. Join our private yoga instructor on the resort for morning yoga and reflection, visit the Monkey Forest, or spend the rest of the day exploring Ubud.

DAY 3: CHASING WATERFALLS

At sunrise, we’ll head to Northern Bali to visit temples and hike to lesser known waterfalls. Bring your bathing suit and your appetite for adventure. We’ll experience a moderate climb down to the cliff, but it’s worth the effort. If you have never seen water flowing from the sky, then this would be your chance. After resting a bit, we will experience a taste of nightlife.

DAY 4: INDEPENDENCE DAY

After 3 days in Ubud, we’ll head south to Kuta, where we’ll check into our boutique hotel and enjoy the beach, city, and party vibes. Today’s the perfect opportunity to visit the beach, visit the spa, take our private yoga class, or celebrate Indonesian Independence day with locals. You can schedule a private photoshoot with our traveling photographer, get to know your new travel companions, or explore the neighborhood.You have the freedom to spend the day however you like!

DAY 5: BEACH & CLIFF DAY PARTY

Join our private yoga instructor in the morning for refreshing start to your day. In the afternoon we’ll head to a glamorous pool club with a DJ, bottle service, and locally sourced poolside eats. To continue the party, we’ll head to Uluwatu to watch sunset, and dance the night away cliff-side.

DAY 6: ICONIC NUSA PENIDA 

Bring your backpack, a bathing suit, and a towel. We’ll spend the entire day exploring the dramatic coastline of Penida Island with a private driver/guide. We’ll visit Angel’s Billabong, Broken Bay (Pasih Uug), and Kelingking Beach as well as savoring a delicious lunch in an authentic local restaurant. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’s worth the views!

DAY 7: SMILE BECAUSE IT HAPPENED

Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.  Use today to do some last minute sightseeing or souvenir shopping. Make sure to get that perfect photo, drink one more bali coffee, and take one last yoga class with our private instructor.  It may seem like your time in Bali flew by, but the memories and friendships you've made will last forever. 

Things to Know

 
  • Indonesia is a Muslim and Hindu country and specific cultural customs will need to be observed. You can still have lots of fun, but modesty in dress at traditional sites is appreciated.

  • The national language is Indonesian, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas.

  • This trip requires a moderate level of activity. We will be hiking, walking and standing for long periods of time. 

  • This trip includes a stay in two different cities (Ubud + Kuta) but all transportation is pre-arranged

  • Bali is a tropical island and will rain all year long. The interior of the island is occupied by forest, mountain, and volcanoes. 

  • Being that Bali's climate is hot, you should bring light clothes of natural fibers, and sun protection.

  • Bali is a small Island, about half the size of Jamaica.

  • Our groups are from diverse backgrounds, represent many industries, and are from all over the U.S. and Europe.

  • You do not need to know anyone, but if you bring friends along, expect to leave the trip with a few new friends.

  • The currency is extremely inflated, you are likely to spend millions of Indonesian Rand.

  • You will see religious offerings all over Bali, there are many recognized Hindu daily offerings.

  • You might be tempted to visit Southeast Asia every year for the rest of your life.