Bali Tour Package from India


Destinations Covered: Bali – Kuta- Seminyak.
Tour Duration: 06 Nights / 07 Days
Tour Price: 18,000/- Per Person(Min-6 Person)
Tour Name:Bali Honeymoon Packages from India



Going on a holiday trip to Bali can bring you many thrills like adventure, a lot of mystic hotspot travelling and a great deal of recuperation. So if you are seeking a rewind from your stressful repetitive daily life, plan your Bali Tour package from India with us today. One of the most tourist drawing factors of Bali is the rich, indulgent scenery the island landscapes have to offer, from serene and remote beaches, unique limestone formations and mountain ranges for hiking adventures, mystic temples and Balinese architecture.
Bali is a remarkable tourist destination for almost all kinds of travellers with island nature’s vistas, marine activities and adrenaline-fueling water sports. If all the attractions of Bali have awakened your desire to explore this exotic island, plan your tour package with Indian Temple Tour for a hassle-free travel experience. We ensure you have a personalised tour itinerary along with all the assistance of airport pick up and drop off, accommodation booking, AC vehicle available for sightseeing, etc.

Bali Tour Package from India

Tour Name: Bali Tour Package from India
Tour Duration: 06 Nights / 07 Days
Destinations Covered: Bali – Kuta- Seminyak.
Tour Price: 18,000/- Per Person(Min 6 Person)


Day 1: Arrival at Bali – Transfer to Kuta

Start your 6 nights 7 days Bali tour package today. Arrive at the Denpasar International Airport and meet our tour representative to help you with escorting you to your hotel and complete the check-in procedure. Once you have registered at your pre-arranged hotel, you can spend the rest of the day at leisure or opt to explore the surroundings or go shopping.

Day 2: Sightseeing Tour in Kuta

Have a delicious breakfast, then get ready for a sightseeing tour in Kuta. Start your tour with Payangan Village to enjoy White water rafting, then proceed towards the Kintamani Volcano tour. Visit Mt. Batur to explore its crater lake. Later, continue towards the Tegalalang Rice terrace at Singapadu village; on the way, enjoy the aromatic spice gardens and coffee plantations. In the evening you can enjoy the live folk dance performance describing ancient Balinese stories.

Day 3: Admiring the marine life – Water Activities Tour

Today’s plan is to explore the colourful coral colonies and marvellous marine life of Kuta. So have your breakfast, and then get ready to enjoy thrilling water activities with professionals to guide you through all this. You can opt for a relaxing water adventure tour with a glass-bottom boat ride to Turtle Island.

Day 4:Transfer to Seminyak

On the next day, have your nutritious breakfast and check out from your hotel to proceed towards Seminyak. After checking into your stay facility, unwind by engaging in leisure activities as per your preference.

Day 5:Spend a leisurely day in Seminyak

Today, spend a leisurely day indulging in exciting activities, or you can engage in exploring the city’s enigmas free of any schedule restrictions. Engage in some souvenir shopping on this leisure day and take part in Balinese culture. You can also opt to go on Bali Safari and Marine Park tours.

Day 6: Seminyak city exploration

Have your breakfast before getting ready to explore Seminyak City. Start with the panoramic view of Potato Head Beach, shop at Nyaman Gallery, Pura Petitenget Temple, etc. In the evening, explore the neighbouring areas and sample authentic Balinese culinary treats.

Day 7: Departure from Bali

Savour your delicious breakfast on the last day of your tour. Check out from your hotel at your scheduled time; then, you will be dropped off at Denpasar International Airport to board your flight back home with many pleasant memories.


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  1. Pick up and drop from airport/railway/bus station.
  2. Accommodation on double/twin sharing basis.
  3. All breakfast included at hotels.
  4. All transfers and sightseeing by private A/C vehicle.
  5. Driver’s bata, toll, parking, road tax, fuel charges All applicable taxes.


  1. Service Tax – 5% GST Extra.
  2. Any air/bus/rail fare Any other meals not mentioned in package inclusions.
  3. Any other destination not mentioned in itinerary.
  4. Any personal expenses such as laundry, room service, mini bar, telephone etc.
  5. Guide charges/boating charges/entrance fees for any sightseeing
  6. Any services or activity charges other than those included in inclusions.
  7. Supplementary cost for festival period, long weekend or peak season .


Q1: What is included in a Bali tour package from India?

A Bali tour package from India typically includes round-trip airfare, accommodation in hotels or resorts, airport transfers, meals, and various sightseeing activities. The specific inclusions may vary depending on the package and the tour operator. It’s recommended to review the details of the package to understand exactly what is included.

Q2: What are some popular attractions included in a Bali tour package from India?

Popular attractions included in a Bali tour package from India may consist of visits to iconic temples like Uluwatu Temple and Tanah Lot Temple, exploring scenic rice terraces in Ubud, enjoying water sports activities in Nusa Dua, visiting the artistic village of Ubud, exploring the cultural sites of Kintamani, and relaxing on stunning beaches like Seminyak and Kuta. However, the specific attractions included may vary depending on the package and the tour operator. It’s advisable to check the itinerary or contact the tour operator for detailed information.

Q3: Can I customize a Bali tour package from India according to my preferences?

Yes, many tour operators offer the option to customize Bali tour packages from India according to individual preferences. You can often tailor the duration of the trip, select specific activities and experiences, choose different accommodation options, and add any additional services or destinations you desire. It’s recommended to discuss your preferences with the tour operator or check their website for customization options.

Q4: How do I book a Bali tour package from India?

To book a Bali tour package from India, you can follow these steps:

1. Research: Look for tour operators or travel agencies that specialize in Bali tour packages from India. Check their itineraries, prices, and customer reviews to find a reliable option.

2. Contact the tour operator: Reach out to the selected tour operator through their website, email, or phone number. Inquire about the available packages, departure dates, and any customization options.

3. Consultation: Have a detailed discussion with the tour operator to understand the package inclusions, itinerary, pricing, visa requirements (if applicable), and any additional services or experiences you may want to add.

4. Booking and payment: Once you have decided on a package, provide the necessary details to the tour operator for booking. They will guide you through the payment process, which may involve a deposit or full payment depending on their policies.

5. Confirmation: After making the payment, you will receive a confirmation of your booking along with the necessary travel documents. Review the details carefully and contact the tour operator for any further clarifications.

Please note that the booking process may vary between different tour operators. It’s important to follow the specific instructions provided by the chosen operator.

Q5: What is the best time to visit Bali from India?

Bali is a year-round destination, offering a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches, lush landscapes, and vibrant culture. The best time to visit Bali from India depends on your preferences and the experiences you wish to have.

The dry season, from April to September, is generally considered the best time to visit Bali. During this period, the weather is sunny with less rainfall, making it ideal for outdoor activities, beach visits, and exploring the natural attractions. May, June, and September are often considered the shoulder months with pleasant weather and fewer crowds compared to the peak tourist season.

The wet season, from October to March, brings more rainfall to Bali. However, even during the wet season, you can still enjoy your Bali tour as the rain showers are typically short-lived and the island remains lush and green. The wet season can also offer better deals on accommodations and fewer crowds at popular attractions.

Ultimately, the best time to visit Bali from India depends on your preferences, availability, and budget. It’s advisable to consider the weather, crowd levels, and specific experiences you wish to have when selecting your travel dates.