Romantic Bali

Romantic Bali

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Arguably, the most popular beach destination in the world, Bali offers a host of beaches from within 5 to 100 kms of the airport Denpasar. Plush with tourist facilities for all categories Bali can host the most affordable of holidays as also the most elite and private ones. In the last few years, there have been one or two attempts by trouble makers to disrupt the peace and quiet of Bali. However, this great land, with its distinctive culture, has risen from these mishaps and continues to draw tourists as before. Bali also has many beautiful lakes and mountains for nature lovers. Many of these have tourist facilities with accommodation and restaurants. The spiritually inclined can also visit the many temples that dot the landscape.
Starting Price Rs 22,250
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    4 Nights stay with daily breakfast at standard room
    1 x Elephant Short track (30 Minutes)
    Ac Transportation during tours and transfers only
    1 x HD Rafting at Ayuing River
    English speaking guide during tours and transfers only
    1 x 70 minutes Balinese massage treatment by Anika Spa with Roundtrip transfer
    1 x HD Kintamani Volcano cycling or jatiluwih Rice paddy cycling (2 hrs)
    Vat and service charge
Itinerary :
    Day 1 : NA
    Meals: NA
    Optional: NA
    Day 2 : NA
    Meals: NA
    Optional: NA
    Day 3 : NA
    Meals: NA
    Optional: NA
    Day 4 : NA
    Meals: NA
    Optional: NA
    Day 5 : NA
    Meals: NA
    Optional: NA
Rates & Dates
(Valid from 21 Jul 2012-31 Oct 2012) Total Package Cost including airfare
Hotel Star Twin Sharing Child with Bed Child without Bed Balisani Padma Hotel 2 star Rs 22,250 N.A. N.A.
Price Does not include
    Visa fee charges
    Any kind of soft or hard water bottles consumed on the in restaurant
    Any optional tours
    Any other services not mentioned
    Airport taxes Extra
Terms and Conditions
    The departure hub is Ex-Delhi
    Rates are per person on twin sharing basis.
    Above rates are valid on minimum 2 adult traveling together.
    Visa fee charges are not included.
    Hotel rates are not valid during trade fairs, exhibitions & special events.
    Surcharge will be levied.
    Once booking is guaranteed, full or part cancellation charge will be applicable so deposit may be required to be paid in advance
    Airline seats & hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.
    Rates are subject to change in case of any changes in airport taxes, hotel rates, rate of exchange, transport rates, government taxes or entrance fees
    Meals unless specified are not included.
    The check in time is 1400 hours and check out time is 1200 hours for all the hotels. Early check in / late check out is subject to availability of rooms.
    The above prices are calculated based on the lowest available airfare. Prices are subject to change due to non availability of seats in the required class at the time of booking.
    The rate of exchange taken for computing the above price is Rs. 50 to US$ 1. In the event of an increase in the ROE, the prices defined may change.
    Some schedule and timing detail may change upon the suitability and without prior notice.
    Any uncompleted booking, supplier will has right to deny the booking accordingly.
    Exclusion: Airport tax, Personal expenses

Romantic Bali  visting places:

Two Roman Catholics, a Hindu priest and the whitest sand in the Republic of Indonesia are the ingredients of my most romantic travel memory.
island Romantic Dinner:
Fifty people, barefoot, clad entirely in white linen (with the odd ecru or buttermilk exception), brought together at sunset on an idyllic beach in Bali with a view over a crashing reef and a turquoise lagoon. Two people, Christian in upbringing, were joined facing the sea in a Hindu ceremony.
The pathway to the ceremony from the Beach Club at Amanusa was strewn with thousands of white frangipani flowers – fragrant white, crisp white and sandy white mingled to create the most magic, intimate setting. Hindu marriages are all about the wonder and promise of the life two people in love can look forward to. It was not a long list of rules and regulations, recited in a hallowed, cavernous Christian space.
In front of the gathering, the woman fed the man a small sugar banana, and the man in turn did the same. It symbolised the promise that they would look after each other. Then the couple walked around the shrine three times to symbolise the journey of their life.
For the finale, favourite family and friends – an extended version of the best man concept – held a red cotton thread across the width of the ceremony and the couple, hand in hand, reached the string like an athlete in a race. It marked the start of their new life together. In all my travels I have never witnessed a more romantic moment or seen a more romantic setting. And not just because it was my wedding.


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