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Inspirato makes it easy to discover Bali, one of the world’s most gorgeous islands. Each of the three Inspirato resorts dotted across the isle offer up a distinct experience. Stay in a luxury villa with your own private pool at Alila Uluwatu, a resort perched atop 300-foot-tall limestone cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean. Further north, Alila Seminyak beckons beach lovers, with a location along a lively stretch of white sand.
Experience Bali’s lush jungle interior at Alila Ubud, a chic resort laid out like a Balinese-style hillside village, nestled amid rice paddies above the Ayung River Valley.
For beach lovers around the world, the island of Bali is a bucket list destination. Its sugar-sand beaches, rich cultural heritage, and lush vegetation are world-renowned. But the Indonesian isle is more than just a pretty face—it’s also home to one of the richest marine ecosystems in the world. It’s part of the Coral Triangle, an area where more than 500 reef-building coral species thrive. This is why Bali’s stunning reefs attract so many snorkelers and scuba divers. Whether you’re here to surf, sunbathe, or explore the cultural attractions of inland Bali, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the legendary views for which the island is famed for.
Tirta Gangga translates to "water from the Ganges" and this water palace is comprised by a maze of pools. Visit Tanah Lot, a series of rock formations and home to a pilgrimage temple, or Mount Kawi, a sacred mountain.
Hindu tradition is rich with dance serving as a form of storytelling. Sign up for a lesson to learn the expressive art of the Balinese dance.
The kids will be thrilled with Waterbom Bali. Billing itself as a top attraction in Asia, this water park offers a lazy river, pipelines, high-speed slides, euro bungy and water balloon blaster. Souvenir photos are also available.
Weather is very warm in Bali year-round, with consistent temperatures of 80 degrees and the lowest temperatures happening in the month of July, dropping to only 72. Dry season is April through September and the area's rainy season is October to March. It doesn't rain every day during the wet months and weather is comfortable and pleasant in Bali at all times of year.