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Private Jet Charter Bali, Indonesia | 6 Reasons to Visit Bali

Hire a private jet to Bali and you’ll experience one of the most beautiful tropical islands in the world. This award-winning Indonesian paradise offers visitors outstanding surf beaches, pristine jungle, historical sites, five-star hotels to boutique guesthouses, and superb local cuisine.

Here are six top attractions in Bali.

Best Bali Beaches

For quieter beaches off the tourist trail try Pemuteran on the north-west coast – a sleepy town known for its diving with a white coral sand beach. For a Robinson Crusoe vibe, head to Secret Point on the island of Nusa Ceninghan just off Bali’s south-east coast. Diving and snorkelling are superb at Tulamben beach on Bali’s far eastern tip (there’s a shipwreck here too). Lovina beach is well known for its dolphin tours, while the black sand beach of Pantai Kelating is just an hour north of Tanah Lot temple.

Ubud Art Market

If you love markets then prepare to stock up at Ubud’s Art market. It’s easy to find, opposite Ubud Palace and is an Aladdin’s Cave of local craftwork: From raffia handbags, statues, slippers, clothing, paintings to gold and silver jewellery. Ubud is the main artisan and craftwork centre in Bali, so locals from all the surrounding villages bring in their creations to sell. Best tip – arrive early and bargain hard.

Elephant Cave – Goa Gajah

You’ll find the incredible caves of Goa Gajah just 10 minutes outside of Ubud, and named after the nearby Elephant River. It’s a UNESCO World heritage site and a sacred Hindu temple. The mysterious cave, its relics and ancient bathing pools are dreamily located among green rice paddies. Once inside the cave the trail forks to the left with a statue of Ganesh, while the right passage holds a small worshipping area. Elephant Cave is open every day and respectful dress is mandatory.

Sababay Winery

These New Latitude wines are created solely for the domestic market and have won many awards. Try the delicious Moscato D’ Bali with its peachy flavours or one of the sweet reds. You’ll find the winery along the main road out of Denpasar heading towards the Bali Safari and Marine Park.

Batur Volcano and Lake Batur

The Balinese revere their volcanoes and Mount Batur is the second most important in Bali after Mont Agung. Located in the north-east of the island, the lake is a giant caldera. There are plenty of restaurants sited along the lakeside edge, affording stunning views of the lake. Batur volcano last erupted in 2000, however there has been recent seismic activity in the area, although no eruptions yet. Tackle a sunrise climb to the top of Mount Batur for stunning views across to Lombok.

Uluwatu Temple

Don’t miss the stunning sunsets from this sea temple, located on a clifftop some 70m above the Indian Ocean surf. One of Bali’s six special temples, ‘Ulu’ means ‘top’ and ‘Watu’ means ‘stone’ in Balinese and there are south and north entrances. The monkeys here are said to guard the temple and they’ll grab your camera and any food you have, so keep it out of sight. Visit just before sunset and watch the Kecak dance that’s performed daily at the adjacent clifftop stage between 6pm and 7pm.

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