Tropical rainforests full of wildlife, stunning beaches, magnificent temples and an active volcano: Bali has it all. An ideal destination for independent travelers, Bali is easy to explore by rental car or taxi and has plenty of shops, markets and restaurants. Whether you choose to stay in one place or spend time in different parts of the island, all the facilities you need will be within easy reach of your vacation home which could be anything from a traditional Balinese house or villa to a state-of-the-art apartment.
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Use filters to look for an accommodation fitting your needs among the 74,883 properties in Bali. You can easily compare and find a vacation rental fitting your needs in Bali if you need internet access during your vacation or you want a rental with a pool, as most accommodations provide "Internet" and "Air conditioning." It is also possible to search for an accommodation in Bali if you want a rental with a jacuzzi as 3,979 of the rentals there offer "Detached."
Price and Availability Index in Bali
Vacation Rental Price Information in Bali
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Bali. $562 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. Vacation rental prices go down to $214 per night in April (4/22 - 4/29).
Rental Availability Information in Bali
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. In April (4/22 - 4/29), only 50 are available. More accommodations are available in a week of December (12/30 - 1/6) as the booking rate is only 15%.
The Weather in Bali
Above are the weather conditions for Bali. November is the warmest month in Bali with average maximum temperatures of 90°. Conversely, August is the coolest month in Bali, with temperatures going under 75° The rainiest month is February while the driest month is September.
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A taste of Bali
Balinese cuisine is one of the highlights of any trip to this beautiful island. Satay (skewers of marinated meat) and Nasi Goreng, which is Indonesia's version of fried rice are two tasty dishes that are found on most menus.
If you are near the coast head to a beach restaurant at sunset and watch the sun go down with a cocktail and a fresh fish dish.Cookery lessons are widely available in towns such as Ubud, so you can learn some new recipes to try back home, or in your vacation cottage using ingredients from the local market.
Bali has a vibrant nightlife scene and it is not all about clubbing. Instead, you might like to browse your way around a night market or watch some traditional Balinese Kecak dancing, which is performed in various locations, including Uluwatu Temple. Alternatively, wind down with a drink at a live music venue, or dance the night away at one of the clubs in the south of the island before heading home to your vacation cottage as the sun comes up.
Pure scenic beauty, exotic culture, fascinating History and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world...that pretty much defines Bali. This island in Indonesia has so much to offer visitors; surfing, diving, hiking, history and culture enhance travelers' stay. Also known as the "island of the gods," Bali offers a lifestyle between tradition and modernity. While the main religion of the country is Islam, the majority of the inhabitants practice Hinduism. More than 80% of the island's economy depends on tourism and has greatly influenced the atmosphere of Bali, for better or for worse. Located in the south of the island, Denpasar is the capital of Bali.The surge in tourism has obviously exploded the accommodation offerings on the island and there is something for everyone. Unfortunately, as is the case with many destinations, the tourism industry has not spared Bali and the island has seen the construction of large traveler's complexes. While some areas have lost some of their charm, there are still some beautiful places where nature seems to be untouched. By opting for a rental accommodation, you have the chance to get away from these areas invaded by hordes of tourists and enjoy the island as if you were alone! From a seaside villa to a vacation apartment, you're sure to find an offer for your desires!
Did you know?
You can meet wild monkeys in the Balinese jungle.
Bali is one of 17,000 islands in Indonesia. The Indonesian archipelago includes more than a quarter of the world's marine life!
The most expensive coffee beans in the world come from Bali. They are harvested from the droppings of a small animal called the Kopi Luwak!
The word "ketchup" comes from the Indonesian word "kecap" meaning sauce!
What to do
There is so much to discover in Bali that we could talk about it for hours. So here's a quick rundown of our favorites on the island...
It's often perceived that Bali has long golden sandy beaches flowing into a sea as far as the eye can see; however, this is not true! Since Bali and the surrounding islands are home to active volcanoes, most of its beaches have black sand. The most popular are located on the south coast of the island. Many tourists and backpackers go there for this reason.
The cost of living, the amount of sunshine and the waves have made the region one of the most important surfing destinations in the world. As you move away from the coast, the scenery is no less impressive or unique. You will find some of the greenest and most lush areas in Indonesia. The many rice fields dominate the landscape of Balli. The island also has some hot springs due to the volcanic activity of the region. Our favorite is in the north of the island, near Lovina, where the hot springs flow through a series of pools in an enchanting setting.
Bali is renowned for its spas and is home to a large number of centers spread across the island. Culture and Temples Bali is also recognized for its wide variety of Hindu temples. Each village is legally required to maintain 3 temples: an original temple, a village temple and a death temple. In addition to these ubiquitous temples, there are 9 other temples on the island built at strategic points in order to protect the inhabitants from the forces of evil. Balinese temples are unique and each one has a singular architecture. Be aware that you must be dressed appropriately to visit them. Sarongs are available at the entrance of some temples for tourists to enter.
Surfing and diving
A large number of tourists travel to Bali to enjoy its great activity opportunities. Diving is particularly popular and the island's coastline includes several reefs worth exploring. The wreck of the American ship Liberty USAT, which sank on the beaches of Bali in 1942, is very popular with many divers. It is located on the east coast of the island Tulamben. Do you dream of swimming with dolphins, the northern tip of Lowina offers this unique experience. Waterbom is a huge water park located in Kuta.
The Ngurah Rai airport, located in the capital Denpasar, was recently renovated. It is now easier to travel there and the modernization program has brought Bali into the 21st century. Many low-cost airlines fly from Jakarta and to Hong Kong. Several buses run between Bali and Java. Once on the island, if you want to get off the beaten path, it can be a bit more difficult to get around. The Perama is the bus system on the island and is the best option for getting around, but it doesn't go everywhere.
Top sightseeing picks in Bali
Tanah Lot Temple
This must-see temple stands on a rocky outcrop in the sea and can be reached in under an hour from Denpasar, Bali's capital. Visit it at sunset for unforgettable views.
Tirta Gangga is a magnificent water palace in eastern Bali, a short drive from the coastal towns of Amed and Candidasa. Sparkling pools of water reflect its intricately crafted architecture.
Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is a nature reserve in Ubud that is home to hundreds of macaques. You are certain to come face-to-face with some of them so hold on tight to your belongings!
USS Liberty Shipwreck
This famous diving site is located in eastern Bali. At 30 m from the shore, the shipwreck teems with wildlife and is extremely easy to access for snorkellers as well as divers.
Regarded as one of the best waterparks in Asia, this attraction near Kuta boasts slides, rides, restaurants and a wellness center. It makes a great day out for all ages.
Information about vacation rentals in Bali
|🏡 Vacation rentals||74,883 properties|
|💳 Possible discounts||up to 51%|
|🌙 Nightly prices starting at||$18|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Internet, Air conditioning and Pool|
|🏊 Vacation rentals with pools||60,789 properties|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the typical price per night for a vacation rental in Bali?
The nightly price of accommodations in Bali starts at $18. If you are looking for a villa, the nightly price is $472 on average. A house rental Bali will cost on average $472 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available for booking in Bali?
There are 74,883 vacation rentals from 9 providers in Bali.
What are the most popular amenities for vacation rentals in Bali?
If you're looking to book a vacation rental in Bali, others search for accommodation with Internet, Air conditioning and Pool.
How many vacation rentals with a pool are there in Bali?
There are 60,789 vacation rentals across 9 providers in Bali.
Are pets allowed in vacation rentals in Bali?
If traveling with a dog in Bali, 2% of vacation rentals allow pets.
What's the best month to travel to Bali?
November and January are the warmest months in Bali with temperatures around 90 °F. The coldest months in Bali are August and September, with 75 °F on average.
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