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Abundant Bali

The natural wonders of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands are undoubtedly a top reason for visitors to flock there. The tropical island of Bali is abundant with magnificent beaches, colourful marine life, stunning volcanoes, breathtaking waterfalls, and lush forests that surround moss covered temples. 

The exotic diving escapades, thrilling caving adventures, surf beaches, steep volcano climbs, and intriguing jungle treks will challenge even the most adventurous… And with so much on offer, one would never get bored exploring the island.

Bali is the only province in Indonesia with a Hindu-majority, meaning as well as the diverse natural landscapes there are an estimated 10,000 temples scattered throughout the island. Bali is also renowned for its highly developed arts, including modern and traditional dance, music, sculpture, painting, and metalwork, as well as smiley and cheeky locals. Just some of the elements that make Bali so inviting. 

For surfing, the Bukit Peninsula, in the south-east is home to the most popular surf beaches. Uluwatu, Suluban, and Padang Padang are for pros, while the lazy waves of Kuta and Legian are more suitable for beginners. 

If snorkeling or diving is high on the agenda, then Pemuteran beach, Lembongan and Menjangan Islands, and the protected coastline of the West Bali National Park are the best places to submerge. As Bali is situated in the Coral Triangle, where over 500 species of reef-building corals and the highest biodiversity of marine species dwell, there is sure to be some colour in the pale blue waters. 

Waterfalls are one of the many sights to seek out amongst the lush nature in Bali. Some of the most special include Aling-Aling reached through rice paddies, Nungnung surrounded by dense greenery and plantations, and Sekumpul situated amidst bamboo forests, while Gitgit is popular for its easy access, many are worth a trek!

Temples such as the mountainside 11th century Pura Luhur Batukau, the monumental 23 temples of Pura Besakih, the ornately carved cave of Goa Gajah, and the seaside Pura Tanah Lot are only four of the thousands of breathtaking Hindu temples throughout Bali. 

The volcanoes on the island are Mount Agung, Bali’s highest point, Mt Batur, where visitors can hike to the summit, and Bratan, which is celebrated for the picturesque lakes and temples at the foot of the mountain. 

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