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Main Pool at Amanusa Luxury Resort in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel

Amanusa
Indonesia

Beach at Amanwana Luxury Resort in Indonesia | Only Exclusive Travel

Amanwana
Indonesia

Pool at Amandari Luxury Resort in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel

Amandari
Indonesia

Amankila Suite at Luxury Resort Amankila in Bali | Only Exclusive Travel

Amankila
Indonesia

Reception at Luxury Resort Soori Bali | Only Exclusive Travel

Soori Bali
Indonesia

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Luxury Bali Holidays from Only Exclusive Travel

Bali, a lush island in Indonesia, is uniquely and breathtakingly beautiful with its enchanting temples, shimmering sandy beaches and the warm disposition of the local people. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Bali is voted the world's best island by influential travel magazines year upon year. Bali's two most luxurious resorts, Alila Villa Soori and Alila Villa Uluwatu offer two magnificent vantage points for you to gaze at the beauty of this stunningly picturesque and mystical island.

Bali is adorned with virescent rice terraces, magnificent mountains and barren volcanic hillsides and other sites of stunning natural beauty. Renowned for its vibrant and mesmerising traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting and music, there are many reasons Bali is famed the ‘Island of the Gods’. This deeply spiritual holiday destination has a unique culture, with numerous historical and archaeological attractions such as the Museum of Puri Lukisan, and exciting Jungles to explore.

Whilst staying at one of the most luxurious holiday resorts in Indonesia, you can bear witness to one of the most vibrant culture shows in Bali. Located in South Bali, an extremely popular district of the island, you can see the Kecak, or ‘monkey dance’, which is staged daily at Uluwatu Temple. Other dances that are often performed are the Barong, or ‘lion dance’, which is a ritual dance depicting a battle between good and evil or the Legong Keraton which is often performed for tourists.

Bali is a mystical land of authentic timeless culture and colour, with two fantastic Bali 5 star resorts, making for a memorable holiday destination with plenty to discover.

Bali was voted our Destination of the Month for Travel in June!

Luxury Sumba Holidays from Only Exclusive Travel

Sumba is an unspoilt and tranquil island in eastern Indonesia. This Indonesian island is turning heads away from Bali’s flashing neon lights, happy hour cocktails and tightly packed boutiques and resorts. Although Sumba is approximately twice the size of Bali it has less than half of its infrastructure and population. Sumba attracts a few adventurous backpackers but is still well off the tourist path. The islands most popular resort is Nihi Sumba, which was awarded the world’s best hotel of 2016 and 2017 and has been ranked one of the world’s five best eco-hotels.

The 2.5km stretch of long beach separates the sea and land softened by ocean spray. Buffalo are led down to this beach to be washed and villagers emerge when the tide draws back over the reef. Sumba today offers glimpses of long-held traditions such as animal worship, stimulating historical knowledge. Protestant and Marapu religions are practised here resulting in a blend of indigenous and colonial theism, dissimilar from Hindu depictions of deities found in Bali.  Bareback horseracing can pull in larger crowds presenting the tropical equivalent of the Grand National. This lesser-known island has been more popular among the anthropologist crowd due to its unique culture and breath-taking natural landscape.

The force of the Indian Ocean culminates here conveniently crafting a surfer’s paradise. In the late 1980s a small group of surfers first got wind of Sumba’s legendary breaks. Surfers and sunbathers can enjoy an impressive curl of pale turquoise slowly crashing into white froth. Sumba is a hidden gem with plenty to offer for the adventurous surfer looking to truly get off the beaten track.

Weather

With sunshine shining throughout the year, Bali has a tropical monsoon climate, with pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees. Rainy season starts from October to March, when the West monsoon brings heavy showers and high humidity. June to September is considered the driest season, with low humidity and it can be fairly cold in the evenings, the best time for any outdoor activities.

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Activities

Bali has a wide selection of attractions that the travelling connoisseur and the novice, the culture collectors and excitable families will all find worthwhile. Set in amongst a picturesque backdrop of greenery, architecturally beautiful buildings and diverse wildlife, you can find waterparks, nightlife and entertainment, fishing, shopping and golf facilities.

Countryside & Wildlife

Countryside & Wildlife

The lush greenery of Bali is stunning. Huge Banyan trees thrive in villages and temple grounds, tamarind trees in the northern region, clove trees cover the highlands and bright red flame trees, acacias and mangroves dominate the south. About a dozen species of coconut palms call Bali home, with an even larger variety of bamboo species. Bali's interior provides a home for monkeys, civets, mousedeer, barking deer and flocks of beautiful birds.

Underwater Activities

Underwater Activities

People from all over the world go to Indonesia to scuba dive in the clear waters that are overflowing with marine life. There are more than three thousand five hundred different marine species in the Indonesia area, so you will be in for a surprise when you dive here no matter which location you go to.

Fishing

Fishing

Bali’s rich maritime waters thrive with all kinds of sea fish, large and small. Fishing charters take you to the very heart of Bali’s rich sea where you stand a chance to hook up some Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Blue Marlin and other types of large seawater fish. Even the most inexperienced fishing enthusiasts will enjoy Bali’s dreamlike, turquoise sea which makes up for a worthwhile and pleasant experience.

Golf

Golf

Ultimately, golf in Bali symbolises relaxation and it is a great way to relieve stress. There are excellent golfing opportunities across the Indonesian archipelago and the fine tropical weather makes for ideal playing conditions and golf in Bali.

Shopping

Shopping

You're destined to leave Bali laden with fascinating and irresistible buys. Bali is a treasure trove of fine art and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately carved jewellery, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics. Bargaining in markets, shops and art shops, is standard practice and getting a good price depends largely on one's bargaining prowess.

Nightlife

Nightlife

Most nightlife dives open around midnight staying open later into the early hours. Visitors enjoying a night out will find fellow travellers, locals and new acquaintances at these various watering holes scattered around the main areas of Bali. Manouevring about the island is a breeze; most drivers know Bali nightlife locations, be it a hip entertainment spot, bar or nightclub like the back of their hand.

Beaches

Beaches

Most people go to Bali for its fine collection of beaches. There is one for everyone, with long stretches of soft white sand on the south, combinations of exotic black volcanic sands on its west, and the tranquil fishing coasts in the less-explored east. Some of the best surfing beaches in the world can be found on the western side of the island whilst the eastern side is a wonderful haven for families, with beautiful white sand beaches and gentle seas.

Amusement Parks

Amusement Parks

Bali is home to three major waterparks: the Waterbom Bali in central Kuta, which is also the island's first and largest, New Kuta Green Park, located in the southern Bukit Peninsula, and the latest addition, the Circus Waterpark, located in the outerskirts of Kuta. The waterparks, while offering different choices of facilities and levels of excitement, all feature typical array of slides, 'lazy river' pools, and food and beverage outlets within the parks.

Landmarks

Landmarks

Tanah Lot Temple is one of Bali's most unique landmarks and tourist attractions. On the cusp of the ocean, this temple was built to worship the sea gods and is now visited by tourists all over the world. Only a short drive away from Alila Villas Soori, Tanah Lot Temple is a great stop whilst on your luxury Bali Holiday.

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