Starting with the delights of Ubud, you’ll learn about Bali’s spiritual side before setting sail on a voyage around Bali’s neighbouring islands.
Explore the tranquil Gili Islands and the nature-rich Komodo Island, home to the Komodo dragon, before finishing your island-hopping adventure on the perfect white-sand beaches of Nusa Dua.
Some of the highlights included are:
- Take in the cultural delights of temple-filled Ubud
- Learn about local spirituality at a local Balinese village
- Set sail on a tall ship cruise around the Indonesian islands
- Relax on the idyllic beaches of Nusa Dua
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- International flights
- 6 nights in 4-5* hotels
- 7 nights Starclipper cruise
- Essence Temple and blessing in Ubud
- All transfers
Need to know+
- Arrives: Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
- Time difference: GMT+8
- Visa requirements: British passport holders do not require visa for stays of less than 30 days
- Language: Indonesian
- Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
- Flying time from UK: around 16½ hours
- Plug type: 2 round pins
- Voltage: 220V/50 cycles
Fly from UK to Ubud
Transfer to Ubud and immerse yourself in the peace and serenity of this, the cultural heart of Bali and home to numerous temples, artists’ workshops and arts and crafts markets. Made famous by the bestselling book and subsequent film Eat, Pray, Love, Ubud’s temperate climate, traditional architecture, authentic cuisine, sacred monkey forest and local retail scene draw hippies, honeymooners and families in their droves. While you’re here, learn how the locals pray and make offerings on a visit to a local village.
Gili Trawangan Island
Jump onboard your tall ship StarClipper and cruise the Indonesian islands, stopping at Komodo National Park, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. Set sail from Bali to Komodo via the peaceful Gili Islands, stopping at the idyllic beaches and wildlife-filled national parks you pass on the way. You’ll disembark among the forests and hills of Komodo and look out for the fearsome Komodo dragon, the world’s largest living lizard species.
Try out some water sports in Nusa Dua, an upmarket resort town filled with luxury hotels and a plethora of activities, including banana boating, parasailing, jetskiing and diving. Literally translated to ‘two islands’, Nusa Dua is a renowned holiday destination with a manicured golf course, a number of sandy beaches with calm warm waters and an excellent museum too – the Pasifika Museum – showcasing more than 600 cultural artefacts and local and international artworks.
Depart Nusa Dua and return to the UK
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