Bali is an incredibly interesting place to visit, partly because its culture and traditions are so unique. It isn’t too difficult to navigate the differences but it is really important to be aware and learn a little about Balinese etiquette before you arrive. Minor missteps in holy places and in people’s homes are usually forgiven but it is best to avoid if possible. Here are a few things to know about before you visit Bali. (more…)
Bali’s location just 6 degrees south of the equator means the sun is much stronger than you may be used to. It’s quite easy to get burnt if you don’t protect your skin by either covering up or using a good sunscreen. Years of experience have taught us a lot about skin protection and we’d like to share this knowledge with you. (more…)
Have you spent the past couple of years dreaming about all the adventures you could go on when travel starts up again? As more and more countries open their borders your dreams could become reality. Indonesia is one of the latest countries to welcome tourists back and there are tons of adventures to be found all over the archipelago. Now is the time to catch up on Indonesian adventures like the ones below. (more…)
Bali may not be a huge island but there are hundreds of things to see and do. If you are planning a visit to Bali it is great to have a plan to make sure you don’t miss out on anything. For adventurous travelers, culture lovers, and those that just want to chill, these plans will be quite different. Read on to get some tips on what to see and do for your style of travel. (more…)
Some might think we are crazy for looking for the ocean’s apex predator but sharks are an important part of the marine ecosystem. In Bali there are 3 different types of sharks that are quite common – blacktip, whitetip, and grey reef sharks.
All 3 are generally harmless and let divers be as long as they aren’t bothered. We’re going to talk about where can you see sharks around Bali and give you some tips (more…)