Lying just approximately 6 degrees south of the equator, Bali is a small Island that comprises part of the tropical surfing paradise that is the Province of Indonesia. Situated between the Islands of Java and Lombok, Bali stretches approximately 153km, east to west, and 112km north to south.
While Indonesia remains a country of Muslim majority, Bali has long served as a home to Indonesia's Hindu and Buddhist inhabitants. With such a diverse range of cultural beliefs and practices, Bali is rich with cultural colour and spiritual experience. Religious beliefs are intricately interwoven with local arts and customs, making Bali a world of never ending loud, boisterous, colourful festivities.
With tall mountainous ranges coupled with stretches of long, mellow beaches, Bali's landscape is as diverse as its collective cultures. Bali's tall, volcanic mountains provide exceptional fertility to the surrounding lands, resulting is a haven of luscious, tropical greenery and exotic agricultural farms. Surrounded by coral reefs, Bali undoubtedly offers one of the world's most exceptional snorkelling, diving and surfing playgrounds.
Whether you dream of a trek through a natural haven, of crystal blue barrels or of spiritual inspiration, Bali is one of the world's rare gems that will fulfil your deepest desires.