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Bali: What to do when you get there?

One of the most sought-after holiday destinations, Bali offers a plethora of extreme sports activities – we guarantee there’s something for everyone!

Famous for its stunning backdrops, Bali is an Indonesian island located in the Indian Ocean. The province of Bali includes Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan, all popular hot spots for scuba divers.

One of the most renowned scuba diving spots is Tulamben, home to the well-known USAT Liberty wreck. Drift dive lovers should venture out to Nusida Penida in the south.

The warm waters, sumptuous landscapes, welcoming environment and big breaks have ensured that Bali remains one of the top surfing and kitesurfing spots in the world.

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, the waters of Bali cater for everybody. Experienced surfers normally prefer the big breaks of Bukit Peninsula, whereas surfing novices will probably feel more comfortable in spots such as Kuta or Legian.

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      Rafting
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          Paragliding
            Jet Skiing
              Indoor skydiving
                Hiking / Trekking

                  Bali: What to do when you get there?

                  One of the most sought-after holiday destinations, Bali offers a plethora of extreme sports activities – we guarantee there’s something for everyone!

                  Famous for its stunning backdrops, Bali is an Indonesian island located in the Indian Ocean. The province of Bali includes Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan, all popular hot spots for scuba divers.

                  One of the most renowned scuba diving spots is Tulamben, home to the well-known USAT Liberty wreck. Drift dive lovers should venture out to Nusida Penida in the south.

                  The warm waters, sumptuous landscapes, welcoming environment and big breaks have ensured that Bali remains one of the top surfing and kitesurfing spots in the world.

                  Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, the waters of Bali cater for everybody. Experienced surfers normally prefer the big breaks of Bukit Peninsula, whereas surfing novices will probably feel more comfortable in spots such as Kuta or Legian.

                  See more

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