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Bali has nearly every form of natural beauty, in addition to breathtaking beaches and enchanted temples. The island's beauty is made up of majestic mountain ranges covered in lush vegetation, picturesque lakes, stunning waterfalls, famous rice fields, flower gardens, flowing sacred rivers, and hidden gorges.

Bali's dry season, which lasts from April to October, is the ideal time to visit. Despite having great travel weather, the island does occasionally experience days with high humidity. Restaurants are less busy and many stores have deals and promotions during those mid-season months.

The island's diversity means that there is always an adventure to be had, and it is suitable for most people. All over and around Bali, there is unadulterated beauty. The island is home to several magnificent volcanoes, clear beaches, top-notch diving, a variety of nightlife options, famous rice farms, and stunning waterfalls.

Smoking regulations: It is severely forbidden to smoke or sell cigarettes and tobacco in public areas such as hospitals, temples, tourist sites, and public transportation. In public areas, smoking zones have been established where smokers can do so without restriction. In Bali, pubs and restaurants offer designated smoking areas where you may smoke discreetly.

Drinking Age: In Bali, the legal drinking age is 21. Due to Muslim norms, you won't find any Halaal restaurants that serve alcohol.

Drug restrictions: Bali has severe drug regulations. If you are found in possession of any type of narcotic, such as cocaine, marijuana, or heroin, you will face severe punishment.

In Bali, you may wear whatever you want as long as it doesn't upset others. However, when it comes to visiting Bali's temples, the people become stringent. Both men and women should dress modestly and be properly covered. Inside the temple, a sarong or scarf must be worn.

The USD to IDR exchange rate is the most often used one in Indonesia. The Indonesian Rupiah serves as Bali's official currency (Rp). If you're looking for an estimate of the INR to IDR exchange rate, you should be aware that 1 INR is equivalent to 206 Rp. Note that the value of currency keeps on changing with time; make sure you check the value whenever you plan your travel.

Yes, there are several water-related sports that don't require any prior swimming or diving expertise, such sea walking, jet skiing, and river rafting.

You may find some of the most amazing locations in Sanur, Bali, where you can walk directly into the ocean floor and see colourful marine life. It is the perfect exercise for both kids and adults. There is no prerequisite training in diving or swimming.

Limit of age: 9 to 70 years

Sea-walking trips in Bali are simple to reserve online or by contacting a local agency.

Price for sea walking (dive only): INR 2,413

Price for sea walking (including underwater picture): INR 3,900

Price for sea walking (with video from below): INR4,400

The items and exclusions offered by various operators may result in varying costs.

Canoeing and kayaking are also permitted in Bali. The east coast of Bali's Amed is well known for its scenic beauty and opportunities for kayaking. In this area of Bali, there are several tour companies that provide kayaking and canoeing excursions. Another location for kayaking and canoeing is the Ayung River.

Undoubtedly, yes. Bali's rivers offer fantastic opportunities for river rafting in addition to beach hopping and sea water sports. To obtain a dosage of your adrenaline rush, enjoy the water rapids on the Melangit, Telaga Waja, and Ayung Rivers.

As long as you go with a reputable rafting operator and have all the necessary safety gear, river rafting in Bali is completely safe. Additionally, it depends on how challenging the river rafting is and how strong the currents are. Please double-check everything before signing up for a river rafting excursion.

Make sure you and your family have had any necessary kid vaccinations, such as those for tetanus, typhoid, rabies, and hepatitis, 4–8 weeks before travelling to Bali. When travelling, have a health-related travel insurance policy with you. If you have a medical condition, have a sufficient supply of the medications your doctor has prescribed on hand and store them in the designated containers. To avoid any needless hassles at customs, bring the doctor's prescription with you.

No, there isn't a casino in Bali. In Bali, there are no legal casinos or poker rooms. Gambling and betting are actually forbidden in Bali since they go against their fundamental religious beliefs.

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