What's possible to do now in Bali?

What's possible to do know? It’s not the end, but now we are able to do some activities on our wonderful island. We tried to find out best places that reopened to stop being bored at home. So, here is our selection of what is possible to do now, respecting safety measures because we are not done with the COVID 19. 1- Hike and Bike Ballad in rice fields are an awesome activity to do in Bali! At centre of the island, there are some of most wonderful rice fields in Asia. The firsts to visit are in Ubud, there are rice fields as far as the eyes can see. You will walk through sma...

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Best Snorkeling Spot in Bali

Best Snorkeling Spot in Bali Snorkelling is one of best way to discover underwater world, especially in Bali, where there are many species of animals and fishes. Here are some of best spots to discover scuba diving! 1- USAT Liberty Wreck - Tulamben This spot is well-known for its incredible feature, the American wreck of USAT Liberty, where you can observe flourishing nature all over the wreck which is now the home of corals and many fishes. This spot is made for divers that love macro-diving, with many small beautiful species. Tulamben, the village nearby the USAT Liberty is in t...

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Best Beaches in Bali

Best Beaches in Bali Bali, also known as Island of Gods, is a magical island in Asia with many wonderful places. Today we will talk about the most beautiful beaches all over the island to enjoy all the beauties of the islands of Bali and Nusa Penida. Batu Belig, Seminyak, Legian & Kuta Beach (from north to south) Those beaches are famous for everything but not for tranquility and honeymooners. Those beaches are near the airport from which you will arrive, a nice occasion to have a drink after a long way from home. All along the beaches you can find the nicest beach ...

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What to do during this confinement period?

Preparing the next diving trip Preparing your dive trip in advance is essential, especially if you don't want to be disappointed. To organize a trip that really suits you, there are several factors to take into account: The budget The period you want to leave What you want to see underwater (Macro, wreck, marine mammal etc) The weather conditions of the chosen destination Activities to do outside your diving hours And finally your diving level Contact us and we will be pleased to accompany you during the organ...

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Importance of moon in Bali

Importance of moon in Bali Here in Bali, there is plenty of ceremonies and parties linked to old rites and beliefs. We will talk about the Moon, divine star mentioned in all religions and credence over the world. So, what’s the importance of the Moon in Balinese culture? Religion in Bali In Indonesia, the main religion is Islam, except here on Island of the Gods local Hinduism is the religion for 93% of the population. Here Hinduism is very different from the one from India, linked to Balinese culture and credence which rose unique events and ceremonies on earth. For the ex...

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What is coral?

Bali is world-renowned for its sublime dives in the heart of the coral triangle, the epicenter of the planet's marine biodiversity. It has more biodiversity than anywhere else on earth: 76% of coral species and 56% of coral reef fish. However, these reefs are more endangered than ever, having been severely degraded for decades by the accumulation of human activities. Overfishing, pollution and development are the main chronic stressors. Others are dredged or sanded for their limestone or to facilitate the navigation of boats. In addition, long-term global changes (rising sea temperature...

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5 reasons you have to go scuba diving in Bali

Bali is known for beautiful beaches, good food and nice people, a tropical haven for holidaymakers. Yet the fun doesn’t stop as the shore ends, it just begins when the ocean starts. Here are 5 reasons why you should go scuba diving in beautiful Bali: Experience The Coral Triangle The Coral Triangle is an area of ​​the waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands and East Timor. It is also called the "Amazon of the seas". More than 3,000 species of fish live in the Coral Triangle and the region has 76% of all known...

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Nyepi,24 hours of silence

NYEPI, 24 hours of silence Nyepiis aBalinese"Day of Silence" that is commemorated everyIsakawarsa(Sakanew year) according to the Balinese calendar. It is aHinducelebration mainly celebrated inBali,Indonesia and it will make the island look like it is deserted. Ogoh-Ogoh, Tuesday 24th of March 2020 The evening before silence day, Ogoh-Ogoh is celebrated. Ogoh-Ogoh starts with making a lot of noises and torches to drive out the demons. After this there is a big parade around the village with, self-made, demonic statues carried by Balinese men and boys, at the end of t...

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Discover north of Bali and the underwater world of Menjangan

Menjangan island is located at the most north-westerly part of Bali and is named after the herd of deer that inhabits the island. Menjangan is part of Bali Barat National Park, that is why access to the island is monitored and protected. The island is known to have one of the best-preserved coral reefs, white sand beaches and an abundant variety of marine life in the area.At certain times of the year there is a possibility to spot whitetip reef sharks and if you are really lucky you might even spot a whale shark. The dive conditions are often optimal because of the light current,...

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Galungan, an ancestral and oversized party.

Celebrated this year on Wednesday, February 19 according to the Balinese calendar (every 210 days), Galungan is the most important religious event for the Balinese, symbolizing the victory of dharma over adharma (good over evil). They invite the gods and their ancestors to come down to earth during the following 10 days through various offerings and prayers. A week before the festivities, everyone is busy with the many preparations in their village; the women take care of making the offerings and decorating the temples according to a precise schedule with dedicated days such as Penyeke...

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