West Bali National Park

Posted on 7 October 2020

what to do in west bali national park

Bali is a multifaceted gem of Indonesia. In the south, you can find the most vibrant and lively neighborhoods of nightclubs, beach clubs, restaurants and mega hotels. To the east, you can find a picturesque landscape of a thousand paddy fields that sprawl from a holy mountain all the way (more...)

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Menjangan (Deer) Island

Posted on 9 September 2020

menjangan island

Is there a truly wild place in Bali? A place where buildings cannot be built, where wild animals roam without care, and only a selection of monks are allowed to stay overnight? That place exists, and it has a bewildering name too — Menjangan Island. ‘Menjangan’ literally means ‘deer’ in (more...)

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Menjangan Island – Where to stay?

Posted on 26 August 2020

menjangan island

Traveling from the south Bali to the north, through Lake Beratan, around Mt. Batur, and along the northern shorelines of Buleleng, you’ll notice what the ‘real’ Bali looks like. It seems like a different world compared to the much more urban Kuta, Seminyak, and Jimbaran areas in the south. In (more...)

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Menjangan Island – How to get there?

Posted on 12 August 2020

boat to menjangan island

Photo by anywhere.com You’ll notice that the further north you go from Bali’s center of tourism (Kuta, Seminyak and Jimbaran), the more quiet it is. Menjangan Island is as far away from Bali's tourism center as you can possibly get, and if you’re curious about how you can make your (more...)

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Bali Dive Sites – where to go scuba diving in Bali

Posted on 22 July 2020

Bali Dive Sites

Bali is often associated with nice beaches, but if you ask a frequent visitor, one may say that the paradise island is more strongly associated with dive sites. There are good reasons why divers flock to Bali dive sites year after year. The shorelines around the island are relatively untouched, (more...)

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Best time to scuba dive in Bali

Posted on 8 July 2020

best diving season in bali

Bali is the hub for many diving enthusiasts. Bali is relatively warm all year round as the island is located in the tropics. The highest temperatures are between 30 to 32 degree Celsius, while the lows range in the 24 to 26 degrees Celsius at night. However, a different rule (more...)

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