Bali’s Culture Capital & Beautiful Beaches

Soak up cultural highlights in Ubud, visit the legendary 16th-century Tanah Lot temple that’s set atop a craggy rock & make a splash with fun water sports at Tanjung Benoa beach.
About Your Trip
The exotic island of Bali beckons with its stunning sights, a gentle breeze and fragrantly spiced cuisine. Before your big beach adventure on Day 3, you’ll spend time in Ubud — the cultural center of Bali — to visit Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud Palace and Ubud Art Market, popular for arts and crafts stalls. You’ll end your tour at Tanah Lot, the home of a celebrated temple perched on a rock close to shore. Built in the 16th century, it remains an important religious site for pilgrims.

The following day is all about fun in the sun as you travel to Tanjung Benoa at the tip of the Nusa Dua Peninsula for a morning of water sports and other beach activities. You can hop on a glass-bottom boat to Turtle Island or take a banana boat ride. Or, spend time snorkeling, swimming or sunbathing on the beach — the choice is yours!

Your exotic escape also includes ample leisure time to explore even more of Bali’s cultural treasures, or to simply relax on any of the pristine beaches overlooking the Indian Ocean and Bali Sea.

What we love:
• Home to lush rice terraces, ancient Hindu temples and diverse wildlife, Ubud was famously featured in the 2010 Julia Roberts film, “Eat, Pray, Love.”
• At high tide, the temple on Tanah Lot appears to be floating, and at low tide, a rock path appears for visitors to walk across.
• If you stand on Tanjung Benoa beach on a clear day, you may catch a glimpse of Bali’s highest peak, Mt. Agung.