If you are looking for the perfect Bali honeymoon packages with all inclusive from India, then HolidayBirds can help you with the booking process. Honeymoons should be about love, intimacy and spirituality and new beginnings, and these abound in this land of Gods and Spirits, sparkling beaches and the sweet scent of the frangipani bushes hanging in the air.
Why Should You Celebrate Your Honeymoon in Bali?
Bali is one of the most romantic spots in which to honeymoon, whether you choose to spend your honeymoon on the beach swimming, tanning and snorkeling, or take a cruise and island hop. Bali is renowned for luxurious hotels and intimate resorts that offer specialized honeymoon in child-free areas, personal butlers and sensuous massages.
Bali is imbued with a palpable magic, which could be as a result of the legends of the Immortals that the locals believe in, and also because the earth’s chakra that is dedicated to the purity of the world is located in Bali, at Ulu Watu, the site of the immortalization of Nirartha and around Mt. Merbuk. There are, in total, six regions in Bali which are dedicated to the purification of the world, the others being in Batur; Batakau; Gunung Agung, Bali’s holy mountain; and Tirta Empul.
Customized Bali Honeymoon Packages
There are various customized bali tour packages for couples from which to choose, including staying at some of the most beautiful private villas set in lush gardens, offering both exclusivity, privacy and nearby shopping, a range of water activities and vibrant night-life.
Stay in a luxury hotel room or at a villa or spa with traditional Balinese styled accommodation with private patio, and the sparkling sea nearby. Take it easy sunning on a lounger by your private pool or grab a towel and the suntan lotion and head down to the shore for some seaside fun, swimming, snorkeling, paragliding or diving.
Take a day cruise around the Spice Islands, visit the cultural centre of Ubud, or take a scenic drive up to the mountain village of Kintamani, and on to Lake Batur and the Kintamani Volcano. Visit one of the 20,000 temples and palaces in Bali then go and dine on local fare whilst watching one of the spiritual dances; the list of interesting things to do is endless.
We have daily departures to Bali from various cities of India (Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Visakhapatnam (Vizag), Tirupati, Vijayawada, Kolkata, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi, Goa, Cochin, Trivandrum/ Thiruvananthapuram, Pune, Nagpur, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Lucknow. )