Bali Honeymoon Packages
Why a Bali honeymoon package?
If you’re planning to go on a honeymoon in Bali, you won’t regret it. Bali is a great destination for honeymooners who want to relax and have a good time. The island of Bali is full of beauty, with jaw-dropping views that will leave you in awe. The best time to visit Bali is from April to September, which is the dry season. This is also the perfect time for a honeymoon in Bali as the weather is pleasant and ideal for outdoor activities.
Bali offers some of the best honeymoon packages with popular destinations such as West Bali and Ubud Resort. For a perfect honeymoon, check out the best luxury resorts that offer all-inclusive packages with pool villas and plunge pools. One of the most popular resorts is the Ubud Resort, which has an infinity pool overlooking the river. You can also find affordable prices at some of the villa resorts, which are perfect for honeymooners who want to spend quality time with their loved one.
While in Bali, take some time away from the crowds and visit some of the island’s attractions such as the Sacred Monkey Forest and the ancient Hindu temples. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, check out some of the boutique resorts where you can take a dip in luxurious resorts’ plunge pools. Bali is a combination of luxury and unique activities that will make your honeymoon unforgettable. You can take a Balinese cooking class or enjoy some quality time with your loved one while enjoying the island’s best attractions. With the island’s world’s best pool villas and resorts, Bali is the perfect place for honeymooners who want to enjoy a mix of relaxation and adventure. So start planning your trip now and have an amazing time in Bali!
What kind of honeymoon in Bali can I choose?
Honeymoon in resorts
When you consider a honeymoon in a resort, the resort usually offers a romantic dinner, complimentary spa packages and pick-up and drop-off from and to the airport.
Honeymoon package in a villa
The island of Bali is home to many luxurious villas. From big villas to luxury compact properties for a couple. With our honeymoons, you can enjoy your honeymoon in a gorgeous villa with a private pool in many different neighbourhoods in Bali. When you book a package, you’ll get the best balance between price and quality. The high standards of hospitality will make your stay unforgettable.
How many nights do I usually get for a package?
The amount of nights is different per package, some honeymoon packages offer 4 nights, while an other package can offer 7. A honeymoon package is an excellent balance between quality and price. For the longer honeymoon packages, our experts carefully considered travel times in the package, so you’ll not feel like being rushed from activity to activity. We also thought about the downtime where you can simply enjoy your accommodation and relax.Whenever you’d like to customize or add certain itineraries to a package, our experts are happy to assist and advise you to plan your trip and modify the package with you.
What makes Bali a romantic honeymoon destination?
Luxury Honeymoons in Bali
Bali has an abundance of small to extremely large villas for short weekend retreats or large scale events. Many villas that are part of our honeymoon packages are located in mountainous areas, jungles, beach areas and sometimes even on clifftops.
There are many places in Bali for a romantic dinner or a cocktail with your loved one. Walking on a beach during this time is a very low-cost romantic thing to do in Bali.
An abundance of tours and activities
In Bali, there is a lot to do as a couple when you decide to celebrate your honeymoon. Bali has a diverse range of things-to-do for adventurous couples but also more laid-back undertakings like spa treatments or sightseeing.
Which areas are the best for a Bali honeymoon?
Ubud is known as the centre of arts and culture of the Balinese. It’s located amongst steep green ravines, temples, waterfalls and rice paddies in the foothills of the Gianyar Area. Ubud is the home of the famous Bali Monkey Forest and was even one of the primary locations where the movie ‘Eat Pray Love’ was filmed. Ubud’s romantic atmosphere will be unforgettable for your honeymoon.
Located a little north of Seminyak, Canggu was once a sleepy fisherman’s village. Now, it’s dominated by the biggest ex-pat community in Bali, mainly existing out of Millennials, it recently evolved into the primary hotspot in Bali full of Surf spots, Yoga studios, Coworking Spaces and hip cafes. There are many newly built villas , and getting around is amazingly easy using a scooter. The coastal town is also one of the best places in Bali to watch a mesmerizing sunset. When you like to stay close to the action, spending your honeymoon here is definitely not a bad idea.
Located north of Kuta, Seminyak is often considered as one of the higher-end areas in Bali, compared to the other areas. In Seminyak, you’ll find an abundance of beach clubs, resorts, luxury hotels, shops, night clubs and many world-class restaurants that are unique to Bali. Seminyak is strategically located to all the action in Bali, which could be a splendid choice, when you decide to spend your honeymoon here.
Home to many beautiful Clifftops and Luxury resorts, Uluwatu is considered a more secluded area in Bali, in the Bukit (The southern peninsula) where you’ll find the most beautiful beaches in Bali.
Nusa Dua area
Nusa Dua is also located in the Bukit (The southern peninsula). It is full of breathtaking Luxury Resorts, that are often located next to Bali’s most beautiful beaches.
Best time to visit Bali for your honeymoon
The dry season in Bali lasts typically from April to September. During the dry season, you’ll experience almost every day to be sunny. When you have a shorter holiday in Bali, you’ll generally have an easier time to plan things in Bali, as the weather rarely will be the reason to cancel or postpone plans. Planning a honeymoon is generally more expensive during the dry season, as the dry season is aligned to many international holidays.
The rainy season in Bali typically lasts from October to March. Unlike most western countries, accurately predicting the weather during the rainy season in Bali is close to impossible. In contrast to the dry season, the sunny days in Bali during a rainy season are often extremely hot days. When you’re planning things-to-do for the rain season in Bali, it requires more flexibility. You’ll find yourself often cancelling and postponing plans because the weather is always uncertain. However, planning a honeymoon is often cheaper in the low season, and is still a fine choice when you have more time available.