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About Bali Holiday - If you wish to experience breezy beaches, swaying palm trees and quirky beach shacks, make your way to Bali. Thomas Cook India’s Bali holiday packages gift you a tropical state of mind. Let Thomas Cook India plan the perfect vacation to Bali where the agenda is to simply chill out and relax. Our Bali tour is dotted with volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies and a vibrant nightlife. Now that you have booked your experiential tour package, let Thomas Cook India tick all the points off your to-do list for your trip to Bali.

Thomas Cook India’s team of travel experts curate and plan every Bali tour with a personal touch. We aim to ensure that your Bali holiday fits your needs like a glove. Thomas Cook’s inviting accommodation, out of the world experiences and a plethora of services make sure your family and you stay happy while on tour.

With Bali holiday packages available from all major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore getting to Bali with Thomas Cook India is convenient and hassle free.

Bali Holiday Packages

Bali Holiday Packages

No. of Days

Price*

Simply Bali with Water Sport Activities

6 Nights / 7 Days

Rs. 41 031.00

Simply Bali Villa Special - 4N Hotel and 2N Villa

6 Nights / 7 Days

Rs. 48 088.00

Simply Bali Fully Loaded with Bali Swing and Bounty Cruise

6 Nights / 7 Days

Rs. 49 513.00

Simply Bali with Kintamani Tour and Night at the Bali Zoo

6 Nights / 7 Days

Rs. 49 881.00

Fusion - Malaysia and Bali

6 Nights / 7 Days

Rs. 69 000.00


About Bali

Enchanting mornings and beautiful sunrises that would make you want to get up during the early hours of the morning... Treks through the lush green forests that would make you explore more and more of nature... Clear blue waters that would make you take just one more dip in the sea... And, mesmerising sunsets that would make you want to stay back for just another evening... just another day... Well, this is Bali for you, and for all of us! If you're a backpacker, surfing enthusiast, or a diver- we have something of interest for you! If you're simply looking for a relaxing holiday with your friends, family or loved ones- well, Thomas Cook India has something for you, too! We may be yet to discover the kind of package that would suit you, but we already have discovered one thing- Bali is an island you will like, for both its hippy vibe and spiritual charm. You can spend your evenings peacefully in one (or some) of the many temples or monasteries there or can rejuvenate your spirits by spending time at the many beachside shacks and cafes.


When is the best time to visit Bali?
The best time to visit Bali is between May and October. Since this is the dry or the summer season, one can make use of the various activities and opportunities that this scenic place has to offer. But this season is also the peak tourist season, so it would help to plan your trip in advance and make all necessary bookings in advance. Of course, Thomas Cook India will guarantee you a seamless, relaxing travelling experience, despite the rush of tourists.

November to March is the wet or the monsoon season in Bali. Though even that is a good time to explore the beaches, it is not as flocked with tourists because of the rain. And, many water sports are closed during that time.


How to Reach Bali?
The easiest way to reach Bali, Indonesia is by flight. Since Bali is the most popular tourist destination of Indonesia, its airport is connected to several major airports of the world. Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

In what will be a sigh of relief for all our customers, Indian tourists do not need to apply for a visa to travel to Bali. Indonesia provides visa on arrival for Indian tourists for a duration of up to 30 days from the date of travel. However, it is mandatory to carry your passport which must be valid for at least 6 months from the day of your arrival in Bali.


Places to visit in Bali
Sacred Monkey Forest:
The Sacred Monkey Forest is a monkey sanctuary in Ubud, Balinese. It is home to the grey long-tailed macaques, and this forest is one of the most popular tourist spots in the country. This forest serves multiple purposes- visitors can experience playful, carefree monkeys in their natural habitat while simultaneously enjoying the beauty of nature along paths lined with trees.

Bali Safari Park:
Bali Safari Park is a great spot for families to visit and enjoy with their children. The 40 hectare- safari park is one of the biggest animal theme parks in Bali. This open zoo is different, and a must-visit for children as well as adults because this experience is as real as it gets. Animals- like orangutans, hippos, lions, zebras and white tigers- can be spotted roaming freely in large open spaces, without any cages in sight.

Tegenungan Waterfall:
This mesmerizing waterfall is located amidst luscious green forests, not too far from Ubud. The best part about the waterfall is that at the bottom of it is a natural pool where visitors can take a dip. The Tegenungan Waterfall is best suited for visits during the wet season, from October to March.

Nusa Penida Island:
Located in south-eastern Bali, the island of Nusa Penida is a place that will take your breath away. Oh, and after you manage to catch it again, it just wouldn’t let you let go of your camera- it is that photogenic. This place does not have a lot of options for overnight stays, so most tourists prefer to make a day trip. The Nusa Penida Island is also a famous spot for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Tanah Lot Temple:
This 15th century temple is located on a rocky top, surrounded with crashing waves. The highly revered Tanah Lot is a Hindu Temple, popular not just for the calm one is sure to experience in the temple grounds, but also for the sunset views it has to offer. This, dear friends, is just the perfect place to rejuvenate your spirit and soul.

Bali Swing:
Remember the tiny FOMO feeling when you saw your college friend get that perfect picture at that photogenic swing surrounded by just the sea? Well, here’s your chance to do that and more! Head over to the Bali Swing near Ubud rice terraces, and just strike a pose! Not once, not twice but several times as there are three different levels of swings available for you to just strap on and swing away!

Besakih Temple:
The ‘Mother Temple’ of Bali, officially called the Besaikh or Pura Besakih temple is the most famous temple complex in Bali. This temple is exquisite because of its vibe and its location- it rests on the slopes of Mount Agung. Surrounded by picturesque landscape of hills, streams and endless rice fields, the Mother Temple has shrines dedicated to multiple Hindu deities.

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple:
The 17th century Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is dedicated to the Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, as well as the Lake Goddess, Dewi Danu.


What to eat in Bali?
One of the best experiences about visiting exotic places like Bali is the experience related to trying the local cuisines there. The amazing flavour made from blending local spices used through generations is all the reason to try local dishes in Balinese cafes and restaurants, leaving behind (at least for a while) the conventional food we all are so used to eating!
Here’s what you must try in Bali:
Fried/Smoked Duck:
Most menu cards will have Bebek Goreng (Fried Duck) or BebekBetutu (Smoked Duck) as their specialties. If you spot them, well, we are telling you, you must try them! Fried Duck is the conventional seasoned, boiled or steamed deep fried duck. Smoked Duck, on the other hand, is smoked for over 24 hours after being seasoned with local spices. Both are traditional Balinese dishes served with rice, vegetables and dips.

Local Ice cream:
If you thought Bali was just about beaches and swimming and temples, you thought wrong. Bali is also about food- particularly about ice cream! Get ready to spot several small gelatos or cafes that produce their very own, very Balinese ice cream. Once there, make sure you try their local flavours like the red dragon fruit, lemongrass or lychee! There’ll be no regrets, we assure you.

Barbeque Food:
Do you remember reading novels or watching movies where a group of friends just sit at the beach, around the fire and munch of barbequed snacks? Well, this can now very well be a scene out of your life, for the smell of charcoal-grilled meat is so tempting- something we must not ignore and indulge in! What makes Balinese barbeque food stand out from others is its seamless blend of sweet, savoury and slightly smoky taste with the perfect balance of meat and spices.

Jimbaran Seafood:
This category of food is available at all the shacks along the Jimbaran beach. Cafes and shacks that specialize in Jimbaran seafood let their customers pick the sea food either from the a la carte menu or offer pre-set meals for more than two people.

Balinese Kopi:
What is even a vacation without some relaxing coffee? The Balinese Kopi, or coffee, is famous and for all the right reasons- it blends coffee grown in fertile volcanic lands. The stalls on main roads, or on beaches offer varieties of coffees- hot and cold.


What to do in Bali
White Water Rafting in Ayung River:
The Ayung River near Ubud is Bali’s longest and largest rapids. Just thinking about rafting in Ayung River is giving us the thrills! To add a big and red cherry on the cake, let us also tell you that the Ayung River is set in a beautiful backdrop of wild, unspoiled jungle, scenic rice fields and towering gorges. What you must expect from White Water Rafting in Ayung River is refreshing waterfalls, swirling foamy water, sudden drops and lots and lots of adrenaline rush!

Surfing in Padang Padang and Kuta:
Can we really talk about beaches without talking about surfing? What an injustice it would be! Padang Padang Beach, in Bukit Peninsula (north-west coast) is one of the most famous surf spots of Bali and is visited by surfers from around the world. What’s more, Padang Padang is also host to international surfing events like Rip Curl Cup Padang.

For beginners, however, heading to the Kuta beach will be a safer and more enjoyable surfing experience. This beach has several surfing schools, too.

Join a Balinese cooking class:
Yes, this is as unusual for us as it would seem to you! But, believe it or not, as part of a Bali Tour Package, you can join a home cooking class where you will be taught by locals the secret of authentic Balinese cooking. These cooking classes are coupled with market tours to find fresh vegetables, aromatic spices and other ingredients.

Sunrise Trek to Mount Batur:
The sunrise view from Mount Batur is one of the most exquisite views in the entire region of Bali. An early morning trek up Mount Batur is famous just for the views. Since Mount Batur is one of the active volcanoes in Bali, your visit needs to be accompanied by a certified local guide.

Bathe in the Pura TirtaEmpul Temple:
A national heritage site, the TirtaEmpul Temple in Manukaya Village is a temple dating back to 960 AD. This legendary temple has a sacred water spring which is said to have healing properties. The Pura TirtaEmpul Temple is frequented by tourists from across the world who come to take a bath in the blessed water.

Museum hopping:
Bali is not entirely about beaches. It is also about cultural sights like museums and galleries. The Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) is the place to go to explore the creative arts of Bali- it features Balinese architecture. Its creativity is heightened by its location- it is set amidst tropical gardens. The museum also hosts gamelan orchestras, woodcarvings, dance performances, history and indigenous fabrics.

Watch and enjoy a traditional dance:
One of the things that you must do during your visit to Bali is watch performances of Balinese dance forms such as Legong, Topeng, Kecak and Barong. These performances happen in multiple venues, one of which is the Ubud Palace where Balinese girls, dressed in traditional attire, dance to recite Hindu epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Explore the Artisans Village:
It is often said that the best way to explore a region is to explore its culture through its people. We agree with this, completely. And, what better way to explore a place’s culture than through its artists? Bali offers you trips and visits to its artisans’ villages where you can interact with and learn from the artisan’s crafts of great varieties. Celuk village is known for its silversmiths- here, you can not only shop for high-quality silver jewellery, but can also learn how to craft them. Batuan village in Ubud is another artisan village. This one is famous for traditional Balinese paintings. Here, you can get hands-on lessons on traditional Balinese art, wood carving and dancing.

Step out of your geographical boundaries and into this diverse land of relaxation, exploration and fun! Book your trip to Bali through Thomas Cook India now, and give us the chance to make this vacation the vacation of your dreams!

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