Sunday, January 29, 2012
TRIP TO BALI
hi Everyone out there,
let me give the information site offer reasonable price tour package to explore real Bali Island.
BALI BEACHES.... from palm fringed white sand on the east coast to the wilder black sand beaches on the west coast, with sleepy undisturbed coves in-between.
Once the haunt of surfers, Bali's beaches now welcome visitors in search of paradise with superb hotels and excellent facilities.
We available for your transport to do adventure activities is like Bali whitewater rafting, Bali volcano sunrise trekking, Bali elephant ride tour, Bali dolphin tour, Bali water sport activities and etc.
Here it is the list of Bali beaches :
Legian is probably the second most popular area with visitors after Kuta because of its close association with beach life and its parties.
Nusa Dua, from the start, was designed to be an ‘all-inclusive’ type of tourist destination. Proof lies in the pristine Bali Tourism Development Centre’s (BTDC’s) complex of world-class hotels.
Sanur was Bali's first beach resort but still retains its Balinese character and old style village ambiance. It's also the place for some of Bali's chic fashion shops, hot hotels and well-known restaurants. A good location to explore the rest of Bali.
Sophisticated restaurants, fine dining, local designer shops and a cosmopolitan atmosphere - Seminyak is casual and cool with small stylish hotels and villas. Away from the Kuta crowds.
Tanjung Benoa Beach
Tanjung Benoa, like many other beachside destinations in Bali, used to be a fishing village and an old dock. The development of the peninsula has been very significant as most of the shore-side properties are now hotels, resorts and water sports operators.
Ubud is Bali's cultural heart. Located in the cool mountains, just one hour's drive north of the airport and the resorts of southern Bali, this traditional country town is the home of the Balinese Royal family.
Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Dreamland & Bingin Beaches
The beaches of Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Dreamland and Bingin in southern Bali were once exclusively the haunt of surfers and could only be reached by traveling over rough dirt tracks. Today, many developments have brought roads, comfortable steps and access paths, enabling everyone to enjoy the beauty of these stunning beaches. Catch some terrific world-class rides when the surf's up.
my cost as a guide : usd 20/day, high season usd 40/day
rent car : usd 20/day (not high season)
rent motorcycle : usd 7/day (not high season)
Hotel : usd 20-50 (3 stars hotel) (not high season)
subject to all entrance fee.
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