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Highlights in Bali
- Exceptional surfing destination
- Splendid beaches and coves
- Stunning scenery and nature
- Delicious, homemade food
- Peaceful yoga retreat
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When choosing an area to stay in Bali, you will always be close to a beautiful island, a stunning nature paradise or a fantastic beach location to enjoy your dream holidays. The best beaches are in Nusa Dua and Jimbaran. But if you want to enjoy surfing and water sports, nothing better than Kuta, which also has a lively nightlife. If you want to enjoy nature, scenery, and take part in adventure activities, we recommend Ubud, which is very well connected to the rest of the island. If you are looking for luxury, the best area is Seminyak, which has numerous private properties. Looking for an island? Well, Gili Islands or Lombok Island are the most beautiful islets to have a laid-back time enjoying diving, the beaches, cooking classes and fantastic beach bars all day long. Sounds tempting?Luxury rentals with a tropical flair
Do you dream of enjoying a holiday on an island full of palm trees, sunbathing on a fantastic Balinese bed and bathing in heavenly beaches? Then, nothing better than choosing a holiday rental in Bali. Find rentals next to those wonderful beaches of fine sand and crystal clear waters that you have seen so many times in your favourite films. From luxurious modern-style rentals to unique cone-shaped thatched cabins, many of them are set in complexes with a garden and pool with spectacular sea views from the bedrooms.
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The area and getting around
Bali is a well known Indonesian island with iconic rice paddies, stunning beaches and fantastic coral reefs. It is home to popular landmarks and religious sites such as Uluwatu Temple. To the south of the island, in Kuta you can enjoy lively nights. Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are also popular locations to visit or stay in. The inland areas offer a volcanic setting with lush green vegetation and amazing scenery. Bali is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats all over the island.Get to know the island
Everybody dreams of picture-perfect beaches. In Bali, you can enjoy them. On this island you will find, from almost solitary, beaches where you can sunbathe calmly like Lovina, to the ideal ones for water sports, such as Kuta, Padang Padang and Dreamland. Enjoy visiting the resorts and have a nice time exploring the island at your own pace. Rent a bike and enjoy a wonderful time in Bali on wheels!
Travellers and activities
Thinking of surfing in Bali? Whether you are new to this sport or a pro, Bali should be on your bucket list. Known as the “Island of the Gods” it is also one of the most important surfing destinations in the world. Affordable living, tropical vibes and the crystal clear waters are just some of the features that will draw you in. Bali welcomes surfers of all levels. To learn the basics of surfing, go to Canggu, Kuta, Seminyak or Padang. To improve your skills, intermediate surfers should head to Kuta Beach, Echo Beach, Bingin or Balangan. As well as enjoying the previous beaches, advanced surfers usually hang out in Uluwatu, Keramas, Sri Lanka, Balangan and Bingin. At Single Fin, in Uluwatu, you can enjoy the surfing show from the beach with a cold beer!Bali for yoga lovers
Need to experience the healing power of yoga? Bali is one of the destinations to escape from the hustle of our busy lives in the city and our everyday routine. A peaceful and healing experience in Bali is the best way to recharge your batteries before heading back home. Besides the beaches, its amazing food, culture and scenery, the island is the complete package to have a truly pleasant stay in a little paradise. Book a session in the middle of nature or do a whole course to balance your body and mind. Check the Yoga Barn in Ubud, Prana Spa Bali in Seminyak, Samadi Bali in Canggu, Shankari’s Yoga Retreat in Gilimanuk or Gokul Yoga Bali in Mengwi.
Did you know Bali is also home to stunning black sand volcanic beaches? Come and visit them!
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The natural landscapes of the island constitute the ideal setting for the practice of numerous activities that will make you live very exciting experiences. Choose from surfing, scuba diving, rafting, elephant rides and hiking. Explore the volcanic mountains, hike early and watch the sunset from the top of a mountain and enjoy the most incredible show of red, yellow and orange shades gradually blending in as the darkness fades away. A truly memorable experience!2. Enjoy the most expensive coffee in the world!
Fancy a cup of fancy coffee? Taste the finest and most exclusive coffee in the world! Kopi Luwak can be found in Bali as well as a few other places. This particular coffee name comes from any beans collected from the excrement of civets. Its ability to select the best berries and its diet give the beans a particular flavour. But it is not just the ingestion of the beans that may influence the taste. It will also depend on collection, roasting, ageing and the brewing process. Raise your tastebuds with this unique black gold!3. Discover the charm of Ubud
Ubud is a beautiful mountain village located between rice paddies and mountains, in the heart of the island. Dotted with temples in which the true Balinese spirit can be felt. Have a nice time in a peaceful environment, surrounded by the most amazing lush green vegetation, a rural environment and a fantastic Indonesian paradise. If you feel like it, you can also visit Pura Besakih, Pura Tanah Lot and Pura Ulun Danu.4. Have something to eat in a warung
The cuisine of Bali is a mixture of culinary techniques and influences from around the world, specifically from China, southern India, Malaysia and Europe. The food is often very spicy, with strong flavours and beautifully presented. Do not miss the opportunity to go to a warung, a small family business of authentic homemade food. Try some fresh fish, veggies and naturally squeezed juices or a delicious and refreshing Bintang, the popular Indonesian beer.5. Get on your toes!
Kuta has some of the best beaches on the island, but it is also very popular with young people who want to enjoy an almost frantic nightlife. Tourists from around the world fill their bars, clubs and parties. You can dance the night away and finish your day at the best beach bars with the best international music and fantastic DJs offering the best sessions to enjoy every minute of it! Come and see it for yourself!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bali
What is the average price of holiday rentals in Bali?
Bali is one of the most expensive regions in Indonesia. The costs for a holiday rental here amounts to about A$303.74 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Bali?
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should visit Bali in May, September, and June which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of A$261.98, A$270.27, and A$275.78 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bali?
Following the data observed in 2020, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of December (A$348.76), February (A$345.68), and January (A$339.26).
Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Bali?
When organising a trip to Bali, there is no need to plan well in advance, as the percentage of rentals booked is only 33%.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Bali are September (the average amount of properties that are free reached 73.75% of the total in 2020), August (72.2%), and July (71.25%).
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Bali?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Bali are, in order, February (with 49.75% of available rentals), January (57%), and March (57%).
How many holiday lettings are there in Bali?
In Bali we collaborate with 18 different providers to give you a choice of 12000 properties, so you will not be short of options!