Three Gili islands – Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air – are located a few kilometers off the northwest coast of the Indonesian island of Lombok. These charming tropical islands captivate travelers with its gentle pace of life and enchanting atmosphere of seclusion and romanticism. Each island is authentic and alluring in its own way, but all of them boast idyllic white sandy beaches with crystal clear emerald blue waters, unique diving opportunities, and impeccable hospitality.
Nusa Penida Island is located southeast of Bali. It will take you only a short 30-minute trip by speedboat to get there. The island is famous for its amazingly beautiful natural landscape and world-class diving sites. Other than that, its residents are very hospitable and friendly.
On a trip to Bali, you don’t have to worry about finding a location to create stunning photos. Bali is an Instagrammer’s paradise, full of amazing sites to take atmospheric, vibrant, and impressive pictures. Don’t forget to book your trip to Bali right now!
Looking to take a beautiful photo for your Instagram feed while in Bali? We have selected some exceptionally photogenic places and attractions that will get the most ‘likes’. Choose your favorite and go get inspired!
Bali is full of exciting fun activities fit for the whole family to enjoy while vacationing with children of all ages. Ranging from a leisurely stroll through the mysterious jungle to an adrenaline-pumping rafting trip down the swift-running bustling tropical rivers of Ayung and Telaga – the options are endless. In this article, we would like to share with you the TOP 5 things to do with kids in Bali according to Vera Villas.
We continue to share with you our best Bali vacation tips. In this article, we list TOP 5 island activities to get you in balance with your inner self and to enhance your wellbeing.
Bali is one of the world’s most iconic surfing destinations, many professionals come here to catch the perfect wave. No matter if you are an experienced surfer or a beginner, on the island, there are plenty of different breaks suitable for each level.
Bali is an Indonesian island lying just about 8 degrees south of the equator. Therefore it has a tropical, hot climate all year round, with a rainy season running from November to March and a dry season running from April to October, when, however, some rainfalls can still occur during the day.
The Governor of Bali has made an official announcement stating that the island will be reopening its borders for international tourists on September 11th, 2020.