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Bali Island

Do it ALL in 7 Days


►Sunset Dinner on the Beach

►Cooking Class Followed by Dinner in a Native's Home

►Rice Terraces

►Hiking to the Top of a Volcano

►Dolphin Spotting by Boat

►Ancient Temples

►Tall Waterfalls

►Bathing in Hot Springs

►Watching a Tribal Dance Called Kecak

►Rich Culture

►And Much, Much More…


Type of Tour :   Adventure & Sightseeing

Fully Guided?  All tours are almost fully guided.

Although virtually all actives on this multi-day tour are shared with other travelers, we can make the trip almost completely private, per your request.

Are Solo Travelers Welcomed?

Yes & There are No Supplemental Fees for the Tours! 

Dates & Availability for the Next 12 Months. Any Date w/ 7-Day Notice (some exceptions are made)

Prices are subject to changed until booked.


Day 1: Several Beaches, a Water Blow Cliff & a Romantic Dinner Almost on the Water

We need your arrival information because you will be picked up at the Ngurah Rai International Airport. Please ensure your flight arrives by no later than 10:00am. If this is not possible, then we recommend you sleep near to the airport your day of arrival and simply start this tour the following morning. We could pick you up from whichever hotel you book at, as long as it is near to the airport.

Why all this? Although the town of Ubud-where we are based for all but one night while on this 7-day tour-is a 1.5-hour drive away from the airport, we are not heading there directly. Instead, we first visit Padang Padang Beach, then Suluban Beach, then Uluwatu Temple, then Pandawa Beach, then Water Blow Cliff and finally a fishing village called Jimbaran. All of these destinations are relatively near to the international airport.

Padang Padang Beach is a great first impression of the island. Uluwatu Temple is home to a tribal dance called Kecak. Hopefully there will be an event taking place during our visit. Note that the temple is inhabited by monkeys, who are notorious for snatching visitors’ belongings. They can usually be persuaded into trading the items for fruit. Water Blow is where large waves of sea water from the Indian Ocean continually crash against jagged limestone edges of a cliff. The water blow is the outcome of the narrowing crag below the cliff face that channels a surge of water up to 30 meters high from its base following strong currents. This phenomenon results in giant, irregular splashes of wave that can reach several meters high. The area provides a 240-degree lookout of dramatic seascape that is bordered by guardrails.

Jimbaran is perfect for a sunset dinner on the beach, which is included on today's tour. Visiting Jimbaran before sunset is ‘a must’, seeing dozens of restaurants, tables and food lined up along the beach. We should be arriving in Ubud around 9:00pm.


Day 2: Cooking Class, Eating at a Native's Home, an Elephant Cave & Social Media-Worthy Photo Spots

We make a daytrip from Ubud. The destinations for today are the temples of Pura Puseh and Pura Dasar in the village of Batuan, Tegenungan Waterfall, Goa Gajah (a.k.a. Elephant Cave), a temple complex called Gunung Kawi, Tirta Empul Temple and the Tegallalang Rice Terraces. At these terraces, we take a photo at the famous bird nest and at the tree swing. In the late afternoon, we take a cooking class at a traditional home/restaurant. Following the class is dinner, which is included on today’s tour.

Day 3: A Monkey Forest, a Traditional Market & Bali's Best Place From Where to Watch the Sunset

Before making another daytrip from Ubud, we explore the town itself. One of Bali’s major arts and culture centers, Ubud has developed a large tourism industry. The main attractions are the central market and the monkey forest. Today’s other destinations are Pura Taman Ayun Temple and Tanah Lot Temple, the latter of which serves as Bali’s most famous place from where to watch the sunset.

Day 4: Rice Fields, Hot Springs, Ancient Sites & Lakes

Although we are relocating from Ubud to the beach village of Lovina, there are many worthwhile stops en route: the rice fields in Jatiluwih, Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, Lake Bratan, Munduk Waterfall and the hot springs in Banjar. Shortly after arriving in Lovina, we watch the sunset.

Day 5: Dolphins, a Boat Ride, Waterfalls & Temples

Before leaving Lovina, we take a traditional boat so we can hopefully see dolphins. En route back to Ubud, we visit Gitgit Waterfall, Sekumpul Waterfall, Jagaraga Temple and Pura Meduwe Karang Temple.


Day 6: Hiking Mount Batur to Watch the Sunrise & Breathtaking Nature

We make a daytrip from Ubud. Today starts very early, as we do a 2-hour hike up Mount Batur. Watching the sunrise from atop is an unforgettable experience.


Today’s other destinations are Pura Ulun Danu Batur Temple, the Mother Temple of Besakih and the landscape surrounding both Iseh and Sidemen.

Day 7: Our Tour Ends This Morning

Our tour ends today. Transportation will be arranged for you to reach the airport.

Extend your stay

2-day tour of the island of Nusa Penida. It is only a 45-minute boat ride away from Bali. Nusa Penida is arguably the country’s most beautiful island. You would arrive in Bali and be taken as quickly as possible to Nusa Penida. You would spend 2 days there and then be taken back to Bali, where a 7-day tour awaits you.

2 days to enjoy the Gili Islands? Gili Air is social by day and quiet by night. Gili Meno is quiet and is best suited for honeymooners. Although it is well known as a hotspot for hippies, Gili Trawangan is a paradise for rich vacationers and partygoers alike, with its chic restaurants, bars and lounges located right along the white-sand beachfront.


What's Included

  • lodging included for all nights on this tour

  • English-Speaking Tour Guides

  • All Transportation & Water Transportation

  •  All Activities in Itinerary

  •  All Entry Fees

  •  Your Own On-Call Concierge

  •  Breakfasts

  •  Dinners x 2

This price is based on 2 per room 

and is offered to those booking at least 6 weeks in advance

What’s Excluded
  • Any airfare

  • Alcohol

  • Travel insurance

  • Any government-imposed visa fees

  • Anything not mentioned in the itinerary


Please Note

  • Travel Insurance is required for this tour. You will be asked to provide your Travel insurance information after your booking is confirmed. It must cover cancellations, medical expenses, evacuations, flight loss or delays and 24/7 assistance.

  • As much as we want for this trip to go exactly as planned, we can't predicted complications that may arise; due to inclement weather and/or closures due to uncontrollable circumstances like Covid-19.  We will do our very best to make onsite scheduling adjustments as needed, but please note that all listed and intended activities are weather permitting.  No refunds will be given if an activity has to be pulled. Additionally, the tour is listed as a package, and no price adjustments will be given if someone wants to "opt-out" of an included activity

  • Not liable  to any losses, damages, accidents, injuries, death, or sickness during your trip. The same applies to any changes in trip schedule due to weather, strikes, or any other force majeure. Service providers reserve the right to change routes, schedules, and itineraries if needed because of weather, road conditions or should the necessity arise because of unforeseen reasons or circumstances. 

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Travel Insurance

We strongly recommend that you protect your investment with travel insurance. Cancellation and interruption insurance covers in case of cancellation due to an insurable reason. We require adequate out of country medical insurance for unforeseen medical emergencies while traveling. The All Inclusive Plan includes emergency and health coverage and cancellation/interruption insurance. The rate for travel insurance is determined by the cost of the tour (can be increased to cover flights and other extras), the length of travel and your age.

​Terms & Conditions

It is the responsibility of the passengers to verify documentation requirements directly with the embassy or consulate of the country of travel. Customs and/or immigration officials can deny a person entry into their country at their own discretion. We strongly recommend traveling with a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond your return date. Please be aware that different living standards and practices exist outside of North America including but not limited to provisions of utilities, accommodations and services of all kinds.

One Who Loves Travel cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions or mistakes in this form. Your reservation is subject to the rules and conditions of the tour operator

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