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Bali Group Tours for Solo Travellers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Bali

WHY TRAVEL SOLO TO BALI?

Travelling solo, as part of a group, allows you to experience laid-back island living in Bali, putting surf, sun, yoga and underwater worlds within reach.

Bali is a lush, spiritual destination home to dramatic volcanic landscapes, rugged coastlines and beautiful temples. The island’s cultural heart can be found in Ubud, where the viridian rice paddies colour the landscape and the practice of yoga thrives, while further inland you’ll also discover Mount Batur.

Travel with Flash Pack on our Bali group tour and you’ll ascend the sacred volcano at sunrise to toast your achievement with a Prosecco breakfast.

And we can’t go without mentioning Gili Air, where blue skies blend into blue waters and perfect white sands are framed by palms. Yet, it’s what exists below the surface that’ll leave you awestruck. Coral reefs, turtles, colourful fish… When the underwater world is as vibrant as the one on land, you know you’re somewhere special.



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Top places to visit in Bali

Legian

Legian beach stretches between two of Bali’s most popular beaches, Kuta and Seminyak, but it means you get the surfing opportunities of Kuta and nightlife of Seminyak without having to share the beach with as many people. The area is full of activity opportunities, from water parks and surfing to art markets and galleries.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

These beautiful, undulating rice terraces are stepped across an entire mountain. Spend an afternoon wandering through the terraces of these emerald-green rice fields while you learn about traditional Balinese irrigation methods and what makes them completely unique to this island.

Ubud

Ubud is a town filled with spirituality and imbued with traditional Balinese culture. This town in the uplands of Bali is also known as a hub for traditional crafts and dance, where you’ll find the streets adorned with colourful creations, but you’ll also find it’s a town of sustainable design, mindfulness, and culinary inventiveness.

Candi Dasa

This beautiful east coast beach resort is located on the edge of a picturesque freshwater lagoon, named Candi Dasa Lagoon. It’s an area full of hotels with infinity pools and beautiful sandy beaches. If you visit in June, you’ll have the opportunity to see the Mekare-kare festival.

Trips to Bali

Bali facts

What's the local language in Bali?

Balinese

What's the currency in Bali?

Indonesian rupiah

Timezone

Central Indonesia Time is GMT+8

Top three activities

1. Climb the stairway of Besakih Temple
2. Trek Mount Batur at sunrise
3. Bathe in one of Bali’s most sacred garden temples

Top five dishes to try

1. Babi guling – hog roast
2. Nasi campur – rice eaten with small side plates
3. Sate lilit ikan – barbecued fish satay
4. Bebek betutu – spiced duck
5. Sambal matah – chilli salsa

31 °c

Average temp in high season

What's the weather like in Bali?

Bali’s weather is warm all-year round thanks to its location close to the equator. The average summer temperature is 31ºC (88ºF), while winter temperatures average at 28ºC (82ºF).

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