Bali is one of the many thousands of Islands that make up the archipelago of Indonesia. Located in the Indian Ocean it is nestled between the islands of Java and Lombok.
Bali is Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination and with a great mix of things to see and do, as well as plenty of idyllic beaches, it is easy to understand why. South Bali is home to the chaotic party resort of Kuta, the laid back and peaceful town of Legian and the more sophisticated beach town of Seminyak. Away from the beach locations, Central Bali is the cultural hub of the island with the town of Ubud being famous for its arts and crafts and numerous historical sites. The beach towns of Lovina and Singaraja, in the North of the island, are much quieter than their southern counterparts and, due to the island’s volcanic nature, some of the beaches here are composed of black sand
Due to its proximity to the equator the average temperature does not experience much fluctuation, staying around 32ºC throughout the year. Bali