Bali has a lot to offer in terms of culture, beach, wildlife, bars and restaurants. You can isolate yourself in a romantic hotel in the mountains of Ubud or head to a trendy bar in the beach resort of Seminyak. As Bali is situated just below the equator, the climate is tropical. Daytime temperatures are pleasant, varying between 20-33⁰ C (68-93⁰ F) year-round. From December to March, the west monsoon can bring heavy showers and high humidity, but days are still often sunny with the rains starting in the late afternoon or evening and passing quickly. From June to September, the humidity is low and it can be quite cool in the evenings. At this time of the year there is hardly any rain in the lowland coastal areas.
Seminyak is the more upmarket beach resort with mostly luxury accommodations and fashionable high-end restaurants, bars and shopping. The atmosphere is much more sophisticated and laid-back than other parts of Bali. We can arrange romantic candle lit dinners on the beach, an unforgettable experience. Many of the hotels have traditional Balinese villas with private pools, some by the beach and some a short 5 min walk.
Ubud is the cultural centre of Bali up in the mountains overlooking the rainforest and rice fields. It is very calming and relaxing, famous as an arts and crafts hub with amazing architectural sights to be found. We recommend attending a local Balinese show and indulge in their wonderful cooking. Many of the hotels have won awards for the most romantic and beautiful swimming pools in the world, some of which you can have as part of your private pool villa.
Pemuteran is home to the largest artificial Biorock reef project in the world and there is a real spirit of marine conservation effort in this area along with extreme natural beauty around pristine black sand beaches. This resort is unexploited and not very well known yet. It is home to one of our favorite hotels in the region which exudes serenity and culture.