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Why Travel Bali?

It's no secret that the beautiful Indonesian island of Bali is at the top of every traveller's bucket list, and for good reason. With epic surf, world-class sunsets, and Instagram-worthy moments around every corner, it's easy to see why backpackers and solo travellers end up on this island paradise. Bali really does have something for everyone, with the perfect mix of beautiful beaches, fascinating culture, and stunning landscapes. If you're looking for a backpacking adventure, your first trip to Bali won't disappoint.

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Local Currency

Local Currency
Indonesian rupiah

Local Beer

Local Beer

Favourite Dish

Favourite Dish
Nasi Goreng

Group Tours In Bali

Jumping on a group tour in Bali is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to travel. You'll be picked up when you land and introduced to your new best friends for the trip of a lifetime. Our trips include all the big-ticket items like accommodation, activities, local experiences, and much more. Whether you are travelling solo or with a friend/partner, everyone is welcome on our group tours in Bali

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Best of Bali - 12 Days Save £50

Best of Bali - 12 Days

Start: Canggu
Finish: Uluwatu
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The possibilities are endless when travelling in Bali on one of our amazing backpacking group tours. Go snorkelling with turtles on the Gili Islands or learn about local life wandering the rice paddies in Pupuan; party the night away in Uluwatu or soak up chilled sunsets in Gili T; learn to cook traditional Balinese food in Ubud or get your smoothie bowl fix in Canguu. Our group trips in Bali have been designed by our incredible team to find the perfect balance of culture, adventure, chill time and party nights out.

Bali Trip FAQ's

When is the best time/month to travel Bali?

What's awesome about Bali is that it's hot most of the time, making it a destination that can be travelled throughout the whole year. There are two main seasons in Bali: from April to September when it's hot and dry, and from October to March when it gets a little cooler and there's a higher chance of some rain. The tropical showers don't usually hang around for long; they pass through, cool you down, and then the sun comes back out! We run our small group tours in Bali all year round.

How many days in Bali is enough?

We suggest putting aside 2-3 weeks if you’re planning to travel to Bali for the first time alone. There is much to see and do, and you’ll need time to understand how things work as it can get a little tricky with all the different transport options. Our tour in Bali is just under 2 weeks and takes away all the hassles and worries of travelling alone. We’ll handle all the tough/boring stuff, giving you the freedom to enjoy each and every day to the fullest 🙌🏼

Do I need a visa to travel to Bali?

For most travellers, Bali is a very easy country to visit with a simple 'Visa on Arrival' process. There are over 40 countries eligible to travel to Bali through the VOA scheme, and the visa can be obtained on arrival for a small fee. Be sure to do your research as each country/passport can have different rules. It's your responsibility to ensure you've ticked all the necessary boxes to enter Bali hassle-free.

*It’s important you check your own visa eligibility as we are not visa experts and the information above is general in nature. We’ve put together a blog covering all the above points and more ‘An Unofficial Visa Guide to Asia & Australia’.

What injections/vaccinations do I need for Bali?

Similar to visas, we are not medical professionals and would hate to give you false or misleading information. We recommend you book an appointment with your doctor or local pharmacy to discuss your travel plans and what precautions you need to be aware of. They will provide up-to-date official guidance and will no doubt have your vaccination and immunisation history on file. All destinations and areas we travel to are generally low risk but best to be on the safe side. Click here for a useful resource provided by the UK NHS website.

What about COVID-19 travel restrictions in Bali?

It's always a good idea to check whether your destination or airline requires you to be COVID-19 vaccinated or tested to travel. It's your responsibility to stay up-to-date and ensure you join us on the Bali tour without any issues. Click here for a useful resource provided by the UK government.

What kind of people join these group tours?

It doesn't matter whether you're travelling solo, with a friend, or adventuring as a couple. Our trips are full of different people from all corners of the world with a common goal to have the BEST time with like-minded people. Our trips are super popular for people looking to explore a new place but don't want the worry of doing it alone or don't have the time to plan it themselves. Jumping on a group tour in Bali is a super convenient and hassle-free way to travel!

Are group tours in Bali worth it? Why would I not just travel solo?

Travelling alone is a big commitment and often requires a significant amount of planning both before you set off and when you arrive. It can be nerve-racking and often very overwhelming. Joining a group trip can remove all those worries and leave you completely worry-free with everything planned for you from the moment you arrive. Our Bali group tours include an airport pickup upon arrival, comfortable hotel/guesthouse accommodation, transport between locations here in Bali, local activities and experiences, and a bunch of meals to get you started.

I am looking to come alone, do many people travel solo?

Yes, absolutely! Most people actually come alone, with there often being a few people travelling together either as friends or as a couple. Our trips are perfect for solo travellers as you'll make friends from the moment you arrive, and you'll have the confidence and security of doing it as a group.

How much money do you need for 2 weeks in Bali?

Once you've booked your flights, paid off your trip and got some solid travel insurance you'll be all set for that Bali adventure. We suggest bringing no less than £300/$400 but this should be the bare minimum. Some people can spend less but the average will be looking at around £400-500/$500-700 to cover shopping, drinks, extra meals and anything else you fancy treating yourself to... maybe a few massages!?

What should I book first, the flights or the tour?

Great question! We always suggest getting the trip locked in first before booking flights. This way, you won’t be left disappointed if the trip goes full and you’ve already booked your flights. There are usually plenty of flight tickets available, but with our trips, the spaces are limited and the trips fill up pretty fast. We suggest booking your trip first, followed by your flight, and then purchasing your travel insurance to cover all eventualities. It’s a good idea to get these three out of the way as soon as possible.

How far in advance do you recommend booking my trip to Bali?

The average traveller typically books their trip 3-4 months in advance, which usually means there are plenty of options when it comes to dates. If you decide to book last minute, be prepared for limited availability. If you have your heart set on a specific date or trip, you should consider placing a deposit right away.

I’ve been looking at a few companies, what makes Feel Free Travel different?

If you're asking this question, you've probably not read what our incredible travellers are saying in the reviews. You would have noticed already that we are insanely passionate about sharing life-changing experiences with our groups. When we travel, it's more like a group of mates with that one friend who thankfully knows where they're going. Our group sizes are small and intimate, averaging 12-16 travellers. If you've not yet already, click here to join the 'Feel Free Family - Facebook Group'.

Is it possible to book a private tour of Bali with a group of friends?

We primarily specialise in bringing solo travellers together that arrive as complete strangers and soon become best friends/extended travel family. With that being said, we have been known to offer private tours subject to availability. If you send us an email to one of the team will be in touch and see what we can do… no promises!


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