Bali Honeymoon Tours


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About Bali Honeymoon Tour Packages
If you and your partner are dreaming of an exotic and magical honeymoon experience, then Bali is the place to be. Out of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands, Bali paints a romantic picture with its tropical rainbow shores, towering volcanoes, lush green paddy fields, and jungles. It is a beautiful blend of rich cultural offerings; curious traditions and lively nightlife which makes it an exciting honeymoon destination. The exquisite attractions of Bali are worth witnessing with the love of your life. Bali packages offer everything from majestic temples and historical monuments to adventure spots and more. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of tour packages from family tours to escorted Bali tour packages to honeymoon tour packages.

Flamingo Transworld treats travelers to a wide range of hotels, resorts and villas, restaurants and bars, spas and some world-class activities. You can choose between a basic home-stay with Flamingo Transworld or go big with a luxurious or privately serviced Bali Villas with a private pool for your Bali honeymoon package. Flamingo Transworld has the perfect lineup of Bali Tour Packages for you to select from. Check out Bali hotels on Flamingo’s Hotel Portal offering a wide range of options to choose from. Bali tours have their own vibe, their own essence and an authenti city that is difficult to express or describe.

Check out Bali Honeymoon Packages from different cities in India: Bali tour packages from Ahmedabad, Bali tour packages from Mumbai and Bali tour packages from Delhi.

How to reach Bali
Bali is the most popular holiday destination in Indonesia and is well connected to different parts of the world. Traveling to, from and within Bali is a breeze, thanks to the efficient connectivity via air, sea, and road to various parts of the world.

Traveling through Bali by Air
The city is served by Ngurah Rai International Airport, otherwise called Denpasar International Airport. Ngurah Rai is the third busiest air terminal in Indonesia and is positioned first in the nation and seventh-best on the planet. It has standard global flights from America, Australia, Europe, and most Asian nations.

A portion of the universal urban communities associated with Bali incorporates Singapore, Brisbane, Manila, Seoul, Bangkok, Tokyo, and so forth. Bali is additionally very much associated with every single significant city of the nation. Some of the key airlines serving this airport include Emirates, Dragon air, Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, etc.

Traveling to Bali by Road
Bali being an island, does not have any road connectivity with other parts of the world. Therefore it is impossible to reach Bali by road. However, one can reach Singapore by road and then take a ferry to Jakarta. Jakarta to Bali distance is about 1200 km, and takes around 23 hours.

Places to visit In Bali
A honeymoon in Bali is all about amazing experiences that turn it into a paradise for lovers. So, here are some beautiful places to visit in Bali have a look!

Tanha Lot Temple
This temple is generally known as the sunset temple but it is equally beautiful in the morning as well. This landmark attraction is a Hindu temple built on a rock formation in the sea making for  a stunning view. It is located in Beraban village of the Tabanan regency, which is 20kms from Denpasar and has multiple shops souvenir shops, restaurants and vendors selling street food. The temple is dedicated to the God of Sea and was built in the 15th century. It attracts thousands of tourists every year to enjoy the mesmerizing views.

Bali is a natural paradise that features treks to secret coves, cascades, waterfalls. One such waterfall is the Gitgit Waterfall. The waterfall in Bali offers a natural pool beside the waterfalls and is often a relaxing spot for tourists due to its breathtaking scenery. These waterfalls are near the Denpasar - Bedugul – SingarajaHighway. The waterfall is 300 meters above sea level and located in the village Gitgit, Sukasada District, Buleleng regency. Tourists have several souvenir shops en-route the waterfall to shop from. 

Gili Island Tour

The Gili Islands are a group of three little islands arranged on the north-western shore of Bali's neighbor, Lombok. It is a popular destination for divers and there are dive centers available on all three islands namely Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air. The beautiful surroundings of the island boast of rich tropical marine biodiversity and offer good visibility all year round.

The island Gili Trawangan features unique and serene beaches on the northern and western sides of the island. There are various eating hotspots and partying places and lively bars to have leisure time with your partner.

Uluwatu Temple with Kecak Dance
The Uluwatu Temple Sunset Tour with Kecak Dance is an amazing half-day tour giving a glimpse of Balinese culture. The temple is perched on top of a cliff at the height of 70 meters above sea level and is a delightful view during the sunsets overlooking the Indian Ocean. Once the night sets in to enjoy the Kecak and fire dance wherein the local enact a scene from Ramayana saga.

Things to do in Bali
Bali is an island that is on every traveler's bucket list. There are a lot many things to do in Bali; you could easily spend months exploring. Some of them are as below :

Visit Rock Bar
Rock Bar Bali is broadly known as one of the globe's most mainstream entertainment venues. It is perched atop distinctive rock formations along Jimbaran’s pristine sunset coast. Rock Bar showcases unparalleled views from 14 meters above the Indian Ocean.

It features a glamorous sunset vibe, and amazing -dark ambiance, visitors can listen to premier international DJs as they heighten the experience from a custom DJ booth carved directly into the cliff face.

Rock Bar is the picture-perfect destination for romantic dates, unforgettable gatherings for honeymooners.

Swing on the Balinese Jungle
Bali Swing is the most popular activity in Bali, as the majority of the honeymooners opt for the same. However, it initially began at Ubud, yet now several others have popped up all over Bali with stunning sights. This is worth a visit if you’re looking to experience the freedom and thrill of swinging high above the lush green forests, rice fields, river valley, awesome cliff view and much more.

Get yourself clicked enjoying this thrilling experience with unforgettable memories and get unique Instagram worthy photographs. Bali Swing is one of the most popular swings in Bali. It takes a 20-minute drive from Ubud center, and 1.5 hours from Kuta and it opens every day from 8 am up to 5 pm.

Balinese Spa
Balinese Spa is holistic treatment with a variety of massage techniques that will help you feel calm, but it will boost your blood circulation. Balinese massage methods work to relieve damaged tissues, stressed muscles and joint soreness. The boost to your circulation will help reduce stress and re balance your body, and the aromatic oils can also boost your mood. It generally includes a combo of gentle stretches, acupressure, and reflexology which brings a sense of well-being, calm and deep relaxation. Rejuvenate your senses with these exotic spa treatments.

Candlelight Dinner by The Beach
Imagine having a candlelight dinner under the twinkling stars, and soothing waves. For just one night, escape from the world, where only you and your better half seem to exist making for a magical romantic dinner.

Best time to visit Bali
The ideal time to visit Bali is during the summer months of June, July, and August.

No matter at any time of the year, expect Bali to be bustling. The island only goes from busy to busier. Even though Bali is warm and pleasant consistently, the islands have two unmistakable seasons: wet and dry. Explore Bali with our Honeymoon tour packages.

January is ordinarily Bali's wettest month, however precipitation isn't generally steady. You can anticipate hot radiant days with normal temperature of 26oC, yet this will probably be hindered by brief tropical rains. Most of the visitors find that May, June and September as the best time to visit this island because during this time conditions remain warm and sunny, as well as fewer crowds in popular beach resorts.


Bali has its own beauty, the rich and diverse culture of Bali plays out at all levels of life, from the exquisite flower-petal offerings placed everywhere, to the processions of joyfully garbed locals, traditional music and dance performed island-wide. Make your honeymoon special with our Bali honeymoon tour packages. 

Here is a list of things to do on your honeymoon to Bali: 

Enjoy 2 hour Spa treatment: Bali has developed into one of the world’s best spa destinations. A day at a spa can be the highlight of relaxing holiday so choose the right one for you and make your honeymoon special with our Bali honeymoon packages.

Candle light dinner on the beach: So whenever you think of Bali, pristine beaches flowing with turquoise water, cool breeze and delectable food will surely make your day. Make your dinner romantic and soulful with our Bali honeymoon holiday packages.

Rafting on Ayung River with Indonesian buffet lunch:  Ayung River is the longest river on the island of Bali. Enjoy a full-day incredible rafting experience in Bali. This cool activity includes all of the necessary safety equipment for your benefit. At the end of your rafting experience you can enjoy Indonesian buffet lunch. Enjoy the adventure in Bali with our Bali honeymoon tours.

Benoa Beach Tour:  Tanjung Benoa beach is one of the best places for marine water activities that you can get in Bali. This will act as a paradise for you.  You can enjoy water sports with your partner and can create memories. Enjoy your honeymoon with our Bali honeymoon tour packages.

Book your Bali honeymoon tour and add the unforgettable memories to your picture album. For tour package related any queries or questions, reach us at: / +91 9825081806
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