So you’ve booked your flight to Bali and made hotel arrangements. Now what? One of the most important aspects of a vacation is getting to know the area you’re visiting, and there’s no better way to do that than hopping on a boat tour. You’ll get to see parts of the island you’d otherwise miss while also learning fun facts about the sights you see along the way. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing cruise or supercharged racing boat, you’ll find a great boat tour in Bali that suits your preferences in no time.
Okay, so maybe you’ve been on a boat before. But how about riding in what could be the world’s most stunningly scenic sea kayak? In Northern Bali, there’s no shortage of amazing things to do on the water – from swift-paced speed boats and motorised sea kayaks to serene sailboats and traditional canoes.
What’s your idea of a great day outing? Maybe you want to see a new city from the water, or find yourself cruising along with dolphins at your side. Or perhaps you just want to sip cocktails and stare at the sun setting over the sea — that’s cool, too. Whatever it is, Indonesia’s Southern Islands have something for everyone.
Explore the spectacular underwater world around Bali on an amazing scuba diving trip. Witness the graceful underwater ballet of giant manta rays, the stealthlike prowling of tiger sharks and graceful humpback whales with our diving and snorkeling trips.
By boat or ferry, you can experience the natural wonders, extravagant lifestyles and religious traditions of Bali. You can venture to islands and coastal villages, or out to sea; see dolphins and whales; and be entertained by local culture and artisans on board.
The island of Bali is a paradise, and we’ve got your back when it comes to exploring. There are countless ways to get out on the water, ranging from speed boat tours, private charters and luxury cruises to smaller boats that will take you to the nearby islands and beaches.
An ordinary day with the waves gently lapping at the shoreline, gently rocking the boats anchored in Kuta Beach – it’s an image of a peaceful holiday destination and an iconic image of Bali.