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Bali – An Exotic Honeymoon Destination

Bali is romantic getaway among newlyweds for its beaches, volcanic mountains, and coral reefs. Our Bali Honeymoon Packages will give you unforgettable memories.

Enjoy an evening dinner cruise in the Indian Ocean, explore the underwater world in a submarine, get a birds-eye view of the island from a Helicopter, or have a romantic photoshoot with our Bali Honeymoon Packages.

Explore Bali Safari and Marine Park, enjoy a romantic stroll through flower fields, witness the sunset from the Uluwatu Sea Temple, and capture memories with your camera.

Natural beauty, dense jungles, lively nightlife, towering volcanos, and lush green rice paddy fields make it an exciting honeymoon destination. Bali offers many gorgeous spots as a romantic escape to lovers.

Bali Tour Packages for Couple

Here are some Honeymoon packages for Bali for a magical honeymoon. We also offer Bali Honeymoon Packages from Delhi.  

Honeymoon Package of Bali

It is a wonderful honeymoon package for a perfect romantic Getaway in 4 days. The tour covers Denpasar city, Bali Safari, and Marine Park.

Tantalizing Bali Honeymoon Package

This 3-day honeymoon package is an opportunity to explore Uluwatu Temple, Jimbaran Bay, Batubulan, Tohpati, Celuk, and Kintamani.

Places to Visit in Bali


Denpasar is Bali’s capital city, and Bali Museum exhibits a large assortment of cultural artifacts, traditional costumes, and religious items. You will witness sunrise views at Sanur Beach on the east coast. Pura Blanjong Temple preserves a stone pillar with a 10th-century inscription.

Bali Safari and Marine Park

Sumatrapan elephant, Sumatran tiger, white tiger, leopard, komodo dragon, and cheetah represent the blend of African savanna ecosystem and Balinese ambiance at Bali Safari and Marine Park. The park is home to 60 species of various creatures. Some of these species are rare and endangered.

Pura Luhur Uluwatu

This famous Balinese sea temple is perched on a cliff 70 meters above sea level. It is one of the six key temples that form Bali’s spiritual pillars. Its spectacular location, sunset view, and Indian Ocean surroundings make it the island’s top place.

Dhang Hyang Dwijendra founded the current form of Hindu-Dharma at Bali in the 15th century. He was a pilgrim to Bali. A small forest lies at the front, and hundreds of monkeys dwell here.

These monkeys are believed to guard the temple against evil influences. The surging up of water against rocks present a hilarious site.

Jimbaran Bay 

Bali’s southwestern coast has a narrow isthmus that connects the Bali mainland and the Bukit Peninsula. The beach is part of this isthmus.

Batubulan Village

Batubulan Village is famous for the Barong and Keris Dance, the most iconic dance-dramas of Bali. The storytelling dance narrates the struggle between good and evil.


Tohpati is a center of handmade Balinese batik with various shapes and colors. With this dyeing technique, the wax is applied to the portions of the textile before dyeing. As a result, the dye is absorbed in the portions that are not covered in wax.


Artisans create silver and gold jewelry at homes in this silver village. Silver trays and dishes are beautiful items here.

Mas Village

This village in Ubud District and Gianyar Regency is famous for the art carving of wood sculptures. Buddhist and Hindu mythologies have inspired Balinese masks and carvings a great deal.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan is a gushing waterfall 10 kilometers outside Ubud.


Mount Batur is an active volcano in the Kintamani region’s highlands, and Lake Batur is the largest lake in Indonesia.

Coffee and Spice Plantation

You will get to see fragrant cloves, spices, fruits, vanilla, and coffee plantations.

Tegalalang Rice Terraces

Learn about Subak with local farmers who plant and harvest rice. Subak is an irrigation system that dates back to the 8th century.

Puri Saren Agung or Ubud Palace

Ubud Palace is the epitome of creative arts and rich culture and exudes a high aesthetics value.

Things to Do at Bali during Honeymoon

Buy Keepsake for your Spouse

Local shops in the Denpasar area deal in beautiful Balinese handicrafts, including silver, pottery, and artwork. You can buy a souvenir as a reminiscence of your honeymoon in an attractive island destination. It is a traditional market to bargain for the best price.  

Enjoy Seafood

Seafood is the delicacy of Bali and includes fish, squids, prawns, and mussels. You can savor a dinner experience by the seaside.

Kecak Dance

Almost all Balinese arts and culture venues stage Kecak dance, which derives its storyline from the Hindu epic the Ramayana. No musical background accompanies the Kecak dance except the intonement of the chorus during the performance.


Shutterbugs can pose and snap photos at the freshwater pool of Tegenungan Waterfall and other sites.


Go to Ubud Traditional Art Market and buy lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets, hats, statues, kites, and silk scarves from the best art market.