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There is No Place More Perfect to Visit than Bali

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The world is filled with beautiful exotic places that you can visit. You can pick the continent and surely there will be a popular place there that people rave about as being a paradise on Earth or a one-of-a-kind destination. Many of these places are in fact amazingly beautiful and possess qualities that are sure to make them memorable. But if you search the entire world, you will be hard pressed to find a place with the combination of attractive qualities as Bali. This Indonesian island has been described as paradise and for good reason. Here is why there is no more perfect place to visit than Bali.

Bali, the Island Paradise

Bali or Island of the Gods, is a scenic island that is a south eastern province in Indonesia. The island is the jewel of Indonesia and remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It is frequently a top choice for the most beautiful and desirable places to visit by the top travel al leisure magazines.

Bali is known for its scenic beaches, lush green fields, forested volcanic mountains and amazing coral reefs. The island is also known for the beauty and warmth of its people, who openly welcome foreigners. Bali is an idyllic holiday destination for all ages and genders and excels as a destination for honeymooners as well as backpacking singles, and those seeking thrills and adrenaline pumping activities. Some come for the fun, others come for the quiet while some come to experience the amazing private villas in Bali.

Bali for Weddings

Bali is recognized around the world as one of the most sought after locations for a wedding and this is easy to understand. The island is a beautiful and memorable backdrop for a wedding and honeymoon. The island is filled with locations that are the perfect setting for your nuptials and it also has luxury hotels that cater specifically to weddings. Many of these hotels are five star affairs and sit right on one of Bali’s amazing beaches. Bring a good camera, because they provide direct access to the ocean and a perfect view of the sun setting. But is your budget is tight, there are dozens of other stunningly beautiful hotels that do not have all of the high end amenities. If you pick one, you will surely have a memorable affair.

Since Bali has a rainy season, the best time to do your wedding here is between April and October. Be aware that part of that period (June to August) is when wedding venues, hotels, and travel are more expensive and more occupied so you need to plan book early. During the rainy season, you have a fair chance of not having rain and usually when there is rain, it is only for a short period during the day.

Bali for Lovers

Most would agree that there is something about a beautiful tropical island that just exudes romance. Maybe it’s the white sand and the waves lapping against the shore, or the soft winds rustling through the palm trees. Perhaps it’s the smell of tropical flowers and fruits, or maybe it is the combination of these things. Whatever the case, Bali being a tropical island places it well on its way to being super romantic.

But there is much more in Bali that makes it an ideal place for love. The island has tropical rainforests with hidden waterfalls only accessible by foot and ancient volcanoes that are covered with green lush overgrowth. It is filled with ancient picturesque temples that beg to be explored and all within easy reach of visitors. Many of the resorts on Bali are built from the local woods and include the beautiful fabrics from the island making them lush, warm and inviting. And whether you are in a low budget hotel or one of the private villas, you can hear the island sounds filter through the breeze. You and your significant other can spend night after night in this paradise and never lose track of the fact that the crazy, bustle filled world that you left to get here, is still going on somewhere.

Bali for Water Lovers

Bali is an island with beautiful beaches a world class coral reef and has become a top destination for those who engage in water activities including snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing. Almost all year round you the island is a magnet for those looking to have a great time on the water. The many beaches offer every type of beach sports including: swimming, parasailing, kayaking and boating. For those who want to explore more of the water there is:

Diving and Snorkeling: The water in the Bali is among the best for diving anywhere. It is clear and warm with temperatures often hovering above 70 degrees causing and abundance of tropical fish to live right off the coast. Scuba diving and snorkeling around the island is hugely popular and the many diving spots present enormous opportunities for less and more experienced divers to explore. There is as incredible array of marine life including: Manta Rays that can grow to an amazing 8 meters in length and weigh up to 2,300 kilograms, Cuttlefish, Seahorses, Boxfish and more than a dozen varieties of sharks.

Surfing: Bali is recognized by the professional surfing community as a top spot for serious surfers. Since the 1960s surfers have come from all over the world to surf its large waves. The island contains several world renowned surfing beaches including: Kuta Reef, Padma, Blue Ocean, as well as top quality breaks on the Southwest coast of the island including: Pererenan, Canggu, Medewi.

Bali for the Family

The island also offers a wide range of activities for families and children. These include Elephant rides, a Safari and Marine Park, the Bali Wake Park, a trampoline center, adventure parks, and a zoo. In fact kids will find several dozen fun activities to occupy their time.

One other key areas to note is Bali’s vibrant nightlife, which goes into the wee hours of the morning seven days a week. It alone attracts revelers from all over the region and many parts of the world.

For the perfect vacation, there is no place more perfect than Bali.


Article Source – shoulddothis.com

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