One of the world’s most popular honeymoon destinations, of the thousands of islands in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali stands out above the rest. It offers a little bit of everything, whether you’re looking to spend your days relaxing on a postcard-perfect beach, swim, snorkel, or surf, or enjoy being surrounded by towering mountains dotted with sparkling lakes, waterfalls, lush rice fields, and ancient temples. The tropical landscapes are straight out of fairy tales while the famously friendly Balinese radiate positive energy with their smiles. Honeymooners can enjoy plenty of places for private seclusion along with a host of activities and vibrant nightlife.

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What to Do in Bali

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When to Visit Bali

Bali experiences two seasons: dry and rainy. July and August are the peak of the dry tourist season, running from April to October, with the seas calm and rain few and far between. It’s the best time for swimming, snorkeling, diving, and other water sports. The rainy season, November through March, is the low, quieter season, although the temperature is about the same year-round, ranging from 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit (about 27 to 32 Celsius). In between the rain, you’ll still enjoy plenty of sun. The only downside is that some of the interior roads may not be accessible due to flooding.


Bali Honeymoon Q&A

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What is the best honeymoon destination in Bali?

Many feel that Uluwatu is the very best destination for a honeymoon in Bali, with a laidback, romantic air and secluded beaches like Suluban and Balangan, along with hotels offering ocean-view infinity pools. Seminyak on the southwestern coast offers some of the most exclusive honeymoon properties along with five-star restaurants and upscale boutiques. If you’re looking for a hidden gem with outstanding diving and snorkelling far from the crowds, consider the northwest around West Bali National Park which also offers unspoiled white sandy beaches.

Where should I stay on my honeymoon in Bali?

There are many different honeymoon-worthy accommodations to choose from, including upscale hotels and resorts, some with all-inclusive options. If you want lots of privacy, there are villa rentals available that will give you the entire space to yourselves, perhaps complete with a private pool and loungers. You’ll find everything from budget-friendly to ultra-splurges, with something for every type of couple here.



What are the essential things to do on a honeymoon in Bali?

Of the many romantic things to do on a Bali honeymoon, don’t miss taking a long stroll on the beach in Seminyak, ideally after dark with the stars shining bright and the waves providing the perfect soundtrack. If you like to snorkel, head to Menjangan National Marine Park for some of the best, with vibrant coral reefs, an incredible variety of tropical fish, and clean, clear blue waters. Enjoy a tandem swing ride above verdant rice terraces, hike to remote waterfalls, and be sure to take in the sunrise from Mount Batur.