With a week you've got plenty of time to explore Bali's best beaches, sites and food. Follow this itinerary and you're sorted.
Want to plunge into the deep blue and get your mind blown by Bali's underwater wildlife? Head right this way. Bali's dive sites offer great diversity: vertical walls and sand slopes, shipwrecks, limestone shorelines and black, volcanic outcrops, peaceful bays and ripping currents, coral-covered ridges, with both shore- and boat-diving. Expect to see mantas, whale sharks and, from July through October, oceanic sunfish.
Surfing has really gained popularity in today's Bali. As the sun approaches the horizon, you can see line of young Balinese men approaching the beach on their surfboards, controlling them with the same gracefullness as in their traditional dances, mastering the waves and penetrating the tubes.
Enjoy a screaming sensation along the river-flow; feel your heart beat faster then ever on a natural "water-slide" and refresh your mind by seeing natural gardens along the river side. Test your courage while jumping from three meter waterflow and pass the waterfall. All can be enjoyed in Bali's rafting.
Bali is well known for its culture and beautiful nature, but as an island, Bali has more than inland attractions. Surrounded by sea and located in a tropical climate makes Bali's sea teem with beautiful coral reefs and amazing various tropical fish. These amazing blessings from God are well worth a visit to enjoy as well as to make sure they continue life for the next generation.