The popularity of Bali as one of the international tourist destination in the world has been in travel talks and writes since years for its widescape art, culture and diversified nature. It is a perfect getaway for tourists who desire to be in their own privacy and leisure amidst the picturesque backdrop of lush green hills and mountains, rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, barren volcanic landscapes, spiritual places, heritage and art galleries. Bali Holidays from India is not only in the heart of leisurescapers but over the years it has been pulling in backpackers toeing to travel Bali for adventure and water sports. For the leisurescapers from India, South Bali Tour gives a varied picture of an ideal Bali beach holiday and Bali art and culture. Travellers more into discoveries and always on the go for adventure may hop with Tybros Holidays as their personal Bali Holidaymaker from India to a tour of Central Bali, West Bali National Park and ferry tour to Java. North Bali Tour lets you to explore the quiet black sand beaches, whereas East Bali Tour allows you to dig deep into the laid back coastal villages of Bali, an active volcano and mighty Mount Agung.
Places of cultural interests in Bali include the cities of Candidasa, Kuta, Jimbaran, Legian, Lovina, and Ubud. If you are looking forward to tan on the beaches of Bali, the sea-side resorts and beaches of Sanur or the upscale beachside villas of Seminyak could be you ideal pick. Bali tourism continues with its Bali travel guide for you to discover the least explored places of Bali. For Indian toeing travellers unexplored Bali travel guide takes you to places like Amed for its traditional fishing villages featuring black sand beaches, coral reefs and excellent freediving or scubadiving; Kintamani for an active volcano Mount Batur, great mountain scenery, largest Lake in Bali, cooler temperatures vegetable and fruit growing; and Nusa Dua and Nusa Penida for its rugged landscape beauty. The famous Ulun Danu Bratan Temple and Uluwatu Temple remains the major pilgrimage attractions in Bali for thousands of Hindu devotees across the world.