Captivating culture and enchanting beaches are yours to enjoy during your trip to the tropical island: Bali, custom tailored to the solo travel experience. Meet like-minded explorers eager to uncover the historical temples erected on the edge of breathtaking cliffs.
Visit the remote, small and stunning Gili Islands where automobiles and motorised traffic is prohibited. The Gili islands are a fantastic destination for divers both novice and scuba savvy.
Join this DIY group trip and explore Bali with a cool bunch of like-minded roamers.
|Start & end location:||Ngurah Rai International Airport, Depansar, Bali (DPS)|
|Trip dates:||29th Dec 2018 to 5th Jan 2019|
|Group size:||2 to 7|
Visa: Visa on Arrival, valid for 30 days from the day of entry.
What’s a DIY Trip?: Our DIY trips are highly curated itineraries, which are prepared by our experts keeping in mind the travel preference and travel styles mentioned by our members aka ‘Roamers’. These trips are without trip leaders. However, worry not! We will do all the bookings, transportation and activities arrangement to make sure you are having a hassle free and fun holiday! We only take registrations from like-minded Roamers, making sure that they are the right fit in the group and so they are very affordable and a lot more fun.
Physical Level: While the Bali tour itself is not very strenuous, please note that it can involve the following: somewhat long days, a good amount of walking, early morning wake-ups and other similarly challenging scenarios.
Subject to Change: Please keep in mind that the above itinerary and activities are subject to change. Travel sometimes involves unexpected situations so things might need to be re-arranged at times. However, it is important to remember that travel is all about the journey, and so even the unexpected situations we may face should be treated as part of the overall experience!
Accommodations: Prices are based on the sharing of rooms and single members of the group will typically be put together. While we do our best to secure as many rooms with separate beds as possible, sometimes two members of the group might have to share a large bed but that’s all part of the adventure and we guarantee we’ll have a blast anyway. Single supplement is available on this trip at an extra cost of 12,000 INR or 200 USD.
Scuba diving course: The Bali itinerary is made in a way that you can do Discover scuba diving course in Gili Trawangan. If you wish to do PADI or Open Water Course, you will have to extend your stay and separate from the group after Gili Islands. Let us know in advance and we can help in planning you for the choice of your course.
Discover Scuba Diving: This course allows first timers to experience what it’s like to Scuba Dive. You will learn some basic theory and safety rules before trying on the scuba equipment in the pool. During the pool session, some basic skills will be taught to boost your confidence and comfort levels. After the pool session, you then get to experience the ocean dive to a maximum depth of 12 metres. This can be credited towards your full Open Water Course should you wish to continue.
Discover Scuba Diving price: 5500 INR per person
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Day 1: Arrive in Bali
Welcome to Bali Roamer 🙂 Check into your hotel, relax after the tiring long flight or check out the beach.
Huddle up and meet your Roaming Clan in the evening and check out the famous crazy nightlife of Bali at Legian street in Kuta or go to Potato head beach club and have a gala party night.
Day 2: Uluwatu and Nusa Dua- water sports activities
Located on Bali’s south coast, Nusa Dua has some of the most beautiful beaches in Bali and is famed for it’s luxury cliff-top resorts. Let the adventure side of you come out and try some water sports like parasailing, jet-ski, banana boat, sea-walking and flying fish.
After lunch, leave for Uluwatu to witness the beautiful sunset and the best views of the majestic Indian Ocean that you rarely find anywhere else on the island.
Day 3: Gili Islands
This day, leave for the most awaited destination- the Gili Islands. The Gilis are made up of three small islands: Gili Air, Gili Meno, and Gili Trawangan. Over the years, these sleepy little islands have become a huge destination for backpackers and budget travellers.
There aren’t any cars on the Gili islands, so you can walk everywhere. Gili Trawangan is the party island out of the three and that is where we have arranged your stay. It’s a very small island, ask anyone where is the party and they will guide you where to head 🙂
Day 4: Scuba diving at Gili Trawangan
This day you can opt for Scuba diving, snorkelling or explore this stunning island by bike or just relax at the beach and chill at some cool beachside cafes.
Though Scuba diving is an optional activity but we highly recommend to go for it. Gilis are one of the best diving destinations in the world and Discover Scuba Diving course is a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world. Before going for an open water dive, you’ll be taught some basic skills in the pool to prepare for your adventure.
In case you don’t want to do any water based activity, you can also check out the other two islands- Gili Air and Gili Meno.
Day 5: Ubud
Ubud is probably the place that has preserved it’s Balinese culture the most, and you can see and get a feel of the real “soul” of Bali here. This is also why the Balinese are so proud of Ubud. This day check out Ubud palace and wander the streets of Ubud.
Day 6: Tegenungan waterfall and Tanah Lot
Hidden in the jungles of Bali near Ubud is this beautiful waterfall where visitors can lounge in the pool underneath, letting the thundering waters crash down around you. This day check out the pristine Tegenungan Waterfall. This waterfall is unique for its lush green surroundings and heavy water flow, perfect for swimming and enjoying the fresh water.
After lunch, leave for Tanah lot to see the spectacular sunset. The temple is located on a rock just offshore. It is said to be the work of revered 15th century Hindu priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spiritualism and mythology.
Day 7: Roamer Day
This is Roamer’s day aka a free day.. Check out Monkey forest (highly recommended) or do shopping or get an authentic Balinese massage.
Since this is your last night in Bali, in the evening go out for a farewell group dinner with your Roaming Clan and one last night out together before you part ways at the end of this most memorable trip.
Day 8: Return
End of this memorable tour.
We will not be liable for any claims or expenses arising from circumstances beyond our control such as accidents, injuries, delayed or cancelled flights & acts or forces of nature. The participants will have to bear the charges of cancellation (if charged by the hotel & other suppliers) arising due to delayed or cancelled flights/trains & acts or forces of nature.
- 75% of the booking amount will be refunded if you cancel your participation before 45 days of the tour date.
- 50% of the booking amount will be refunded if you cancel your participation before 30 days of the tour date.
- 25% of the booking amount will be refunded if you cancel your participation before 15 days of the tour date.
- No refund afterwards.
- No show will be considered as automatically canceled from the participant and no refunds will be given.
We request you to please check our Disclaimer, waiver and release. You will be asked to sign this document on Day 1 of this trip.