North Bali is the laid back, peaceful and uncommercialised part of the island. It is like the south was 20 or 30 years ago. Home to only one sixth of the population of Bali, but stretching along a coastline of 200 km, traffic jams and crowds are the exception rather than the rule. The scenery is stunning, and the people welcoming and friendly. Come and take a look
Here you will experience the raw natural beauty of Bali – mountains, lakes, waterfalls, hot springs, rice fields, national parks, nearly deserted beaches fronting a calm and peaceful sea that is lined with coral reefs, and some of the most famous diving spots in all of SE Asia.
And there is no shortage of history and culture, the region is dotted with major temples and the former capital Singaraja is home to museums and many well-preserved Dutch colonial buildings. For shopping, eateries and evening entertainment you need look no further than Lovina, the tourism capital of north Bali, the selection there is expanding by the day.
The north of Bali has changed little in recent years but it is about to do so. In a few years’ time the region is expected to be served by its own airport, and will see the construction of several new highways running east-west and north-south. With the new government committed to investing in infrastructure and tourism, there is no doubt that this area will be transformed. So now is the time to visit North Bali.
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North Bali has something for everyone. This is reflected in the wide range of tours and excursions that we offer, they appeal to all tastes, preferences and budgets – including, a rich variety of sightseeing options, dolphin watching, diving, fishing and other watersports, trekking the hills, the rice terraces and discovering waterfalls, as well as cycling, golfing, and agritourism.
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