Bali’s sun, sea, and sand make it a great destination for tourists. It is a gorgeous tropical paradise that every beach lover must not miss. After the successful film adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s, Eat, Pray, Love starring the gorgeous Julia Roberts, the interest for Bali has skyrocketed, attracting millions of tourists each year from different parts of the world. And while its reputation circles around relaxation and adventure, it is also becoming one of the top honeymoon destinations in the world, and, in fact, has been considered the no. 1 honeymoon destination in 2016.
From Hollywood celebrities to famous personalities, Bali is being flocked by newly- weds, not only due to its panoramic beauty but for the entire experience it offers. How to plan your honeymoon in Bali? Follow these easy steps.
Choosing Your Location and Place to Stay
Stretching around 5, 780 square kilometers of breath- taking beauty lined with the best coasts in the world, Bali offers lots of exciting places to stay and locations that can make your honeymoon a great experience. Choose your specific locations and learn as much as you can about it. As well, search for private villas that will serve as your love nest in the next couple of weeks. There are lots of honeymoon villas in Bali - where and how to get there? Easy. You can either find one through an online search, get recommendations or ask locals.
Plan Your Itinerary
While some judge against a planned itinerary, saying it may only spoil the fun and will limit the experience, it remains a great way to make sure you get the most of your honeymoon vacation. However, when planning, make sure to give ample time allowances for quick trips, discovering new places, and doing unplanned activities. You will this flexibility very convenient later on and will let you in on more adventures that you originally planned.
Plan A Culture Immersion
Make sure that your itinerary includes an immersion into the Indonesian culture as this offers an experience that is unrivaled by any other activity. Bali is rich in this cultural heritage and you will enjoy your honeymoon more by appreciating these.
Book Transport and Accommodations
Once you already found the perfect place for your honeymoon, set your sights on the perfect private villa, and outlined your flexible itinerary, you can begin booking your flights and accommodations. Keep in mind that Bali is a much frequented place and rush bookings may inconvenience you. Se ahead.
Set a Budget
Honeymoons, though romantic, should also be practical. This means setting a budget or risk overspending. Make sure to stick to your budget as you enjoy the experience. Good thing, there are lots to do and see in Bali that doesn’t require you to break the bank.
A honeymoon in Bali is an experience you will forever treasure and will help you strengthen your bond with your partner as you enter a new phase in your life. It is already worth it at face value, it is up to you to make it even more memorable.
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