5 Tips to Making the Most Out of Your Bali Vacation

Nov 05, 2020
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While your next vacation may be awhile out, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start planning for it. After months of various stages of lockdown and travel restrictions, consider booking your next trip to Bali. This incredible destination offers sun, beaches, and most importantly, relaxation. Follow this guide to help you get the most out of your Balinese vacation.



Planning Your Budget  


Before you book your trip, you want to make sure your finances are ready. This plan should include setting a daily budget for food, hotels and activities. To help you get more from your finances, consider checking your mortgage refinance rates to see if you can save any extra money for your vacation. As you set your schedule, be sure to factor in incidentals, such as forgotten items or must-have memorabilia. It is better to create a budget that gives you some leeway with your spending during your vacation than stressing over every penny. By planning your finances, you can avoid stress during your trip.



Booking Your Hotel  


Where you stay during your vacation has a large influence on the rest of your trip. Whether you stay at the luxurious Hanging Gardens Ubud hotel or one of the many unique rentals available to you on this island paradise, you can start your search by looking at the location in relation to the activities you want to do. For example, if you are looking for a beach vacation, get a hotel that provides an exclusive atmosphere. Next, to help direct your hunt, you need to start considering amenities. These amenities may include beachfront views, tree-top locals, private animal sanctuaries, and on-site spas. Additionally, the right resort can help you book your tours while visiting.



Reserving Activities 


If you are booking a hotel, then you want to start looking at what activities are available to you. While some hotels offer on-site amenities, you will most likely want to book some private excursions and day trips. Whether you are booking a private snorkeling tour, yoga retreat or island hopping, there are plenty of ways to make the most out of your time in this island paradise. For nature lovers, Bali is home to numerous animal preserves, offering opportunities to see a variety of wildlife from monkeys to elephants to brightly colored marine species. Wherever you go, Bali offers breathtaking opportunities and experiences. Just make sure to schedule enough time to do everything.


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Choosing Your Dining  


Bali is home to a variety of fine dining options serving up traditional Balinese dishes and world cuisines. While visiting, you want to be sure to try some Satay or Betutu. If you are seeking a break, consider checking out some of the more unique restaurants found here. For example, you can enjoy local treats while watching fish swim overhead or eat overlooking the treetops. Do your research in advance in case reservations are required. After your day of exploring and relaxing, head out to enjoy the nightlife. Bali offers a diverse nightlife from beach clubs to lounges. Don’t forget to book a spa in the morning to help you recover from your night out.



Managing Your Transportation 

 

Getting around on any vacation can be a headache, particularly in a country where you don’t speak the local language. Luckily, Bali has a variety of transportation options to help you get from point A to point Z. Depending on your hotel, you may want to arrange your hotel transfer through them. Alternatively, you can book a car or bus to your destination. Unfortunately, with the large number of tourists that visit, there is also a greater chance of being swindled. You can avoid being taken advantage of by researching in advance and learning how to tell whether a service is legitimate or not, as well as what the standard rates are for your transit.



The Main Point


Whenever you get to go on your Balinese vacation, with a little planning, you can ensure an incredible trip. Happy planning!



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