Looking for an amazing experience you could enjoy in Bali with your significant other? Fret not, we’ve got the best activities listed for you.
Bali is called the “Honeymooners Paradise” for a reason – there are thousands of islands around it and yet this island stands alone with its unparalleled beauty.
The landscapes drip in lush green jungles fed with stunning waterfalls. There are beaches, rice plantations, and volcanoes to disappearing into varying shades of colors – the blues, greens, and yellows.
Natural beauty apart, the combination of world-class resorts, poolside villas and unique spas coupled with an eclectic mix of other romantic experiences, will convince you that Bali is without a doubt, the right suitor for couples.
Here are 5 incredible experiences which are sure to make your time in Bali memorable. Well, plan a trip soon and have a never before travel experience!!
1.Taking an early morning walk through lush green rice paddies, traditional Balinese huts and catching a spectacular sunrise:
One of the best things to do in Bali is the Campuhan Ridge walk. You can escape the crowds here to enjoy some private moments together by taking a 2km walk along a mountain ridge and gaping at the valley carpeted with rice paddies. On the way, pass through quaint villages with traditional Balinese settlements. On a clear day, you may even get to spot the majestic volcano of Mount Agung looming over the horizon. Do reach early to witness a magical sunrise.
2. Witnessing a spectacular sunset at the Uluwatu Temple:
The stunning sunsets and cliffside views of the Uluwatu Temple are unbeatable. Perched on 70meters (above sea level) high cliff edge, with the roaring waves and a sweeping view of the ocean, this temple is definitely a must visit.
This place is peppered with romance and is a popular destination for weddings with luxurious resorts, secluded beaches, and sunsets you’ll never forget.
In the evening, you can even watch the tradition Kecak dance where masked performers use fire and dance to tell stories.
3. Climb up a volcano for the best sunrise views in the world:
The best dose of adventure you can try in Bali is doing the Mount Batur trek. This trek is unlike you’ve ever experienced where you wade through the jungle in the middle of the night to reach the summit with the help of a tourist guide. There are millions of stars shining bright in the sky and the only sound interrupting the silence is the groan of a sleepy jungle.
Come dawn, as you watch the fog covered mountains unravel the light of the sun, all that effort is worth it, isn’t it?
There is also the lake Batur atop the volcano where you can either choose to take a swim or sit comfortably by a grassy spot. This place has by far the best views in Bali.
4.Head for a two-day tour to Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida to explore the natural beauty of Bali:
Just a 30-minute ferry ride from Bali, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Penida are two of the three most famous islands giving a raw island vibe. These islands have many interesting and offbeat spots to visit, tourist places and are a thrill-seekers paradise. You can tap into some pretty unusual experiences here like swimming with the Manta Rays, doing Scuba in the untouched waters of the island, exploring hidden beaches, swimming in infinity pools, etc.
You can also visit the Kelingking beach in Nusa Penida which is in the shape of Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex), covered with greenery and crystal blue waters all around, it is a sight you’ll never forget!!
5. Surprise your special one with a candlelight dinner next to the riverside at Swept Away:
Nothing beats romance as much as a private dinner at Swept Away hidden in the heart of Samaya Ubud.
Imagine a wooden deck set next to a riverside, surrounded by tall trees and lush green vegetation and 100 flickering candles by your side, doesn’t it sound magical?
Swept Away believes in creating a magical evening for couples by making it extra special. It provides a 3-course meal with loads of drool-worthy dishes, fine wine, and cocktails for the evening. This place is definitely a must visit for couples if you’re in Ubud.