Experience both the more relaxed and more vibrant beach areas on Bali and Lombok.
Enjoy a cooking class in a traditional Balinese home near Ubud.
Take in the beautiful scenery around Munduk.
Stay in luxurious tented accommodation.
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Includes international flights from a choice of UK airports, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Day 1 International outbound flight
International outbound flight
Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Denpasar.
Day 2 Sanur
Denpasar , Sanur
Arrive in to Denpasar airport today to be met by an Audley representative and private driver. Drive the 30 minutes to Sanur where you're welcomed by hotel staff. Depending on your flight time, you may have some time free this afternoon. Your luxurious hotel is a short walk from a selection of shops and restaurants, or you may simply choose to relax.
Day 3 Sanur
Day at leisure in Sanur today. You might like to visit Pura Luhur Ulu Watu (better known as Uluwatu Temple), located in the southwest corner of the Bukit Peninsula. Perched high up on the cliff tops with panoramic ocean views, it's worth the short taxi ride out of Sanur. Your hotel will be able to arrange an accompanying guide if you wish.
Day 4 Sanur
Another day free to explore today. There are a selection of beautiful beaches to explore in the vicinity, including the wonderfully named Dreamland Beach. Uluwatu beach is best known for its surfing; however, there are numerous local restaurants on the cliff tops with amazing views of some of the world's most demanding surf: a great spot for lunch or sunset.
Day 5 Ubud
Drive two hours north from Sanur to Ubud today, where you will stay for the next three nights. Accompanied by a guide, you can stop to explore some of the scenic rice paddies or local villages along the way. On arrival in Ubud you will be shown to your hotel with the rest of the day free to relax. You might like to wander along the main Monkey Forest road this evening to sample Balinese cuisine and soak up the atmosphere.
Day 6 Ubud
Morning at leisure in Ubud. This afternoon join a Balinese cook in their own home to experience the preparation and enjoyment of cooking a full Indonesian meal. This offers a wonderful insight into Balinese culture and customs, and the chance to learn new skills to take home with you. At the end of this private lesson, you can sit down and eat with your hosts.
Day 7 Ubud
Day 8 Munduk
Depart Ubud for Munduk today, driven the two hours into the hills by private transfer. The rest of the day is free to explore Munduk. To make your stay special, you might like to arrange a private picnic with your own private chef and waiter.
Day 9 Munduk
Explore the area around Munduk and enjoy activities at your resort. The spa comes highly recommended, or simply relax by the hotel pool. If you would like to explore a little more, it's possible to book a guided trek or walk with an experienced guide from your hotel. The surrounding hills are best explored on foot for some rewarding views.
Day 10 Candi Dasa
From Munduk transfer to the east coast of Bali today. With a private driver and guide, travel the back roads, seeing the Balinese people going about their daily lives and seeing some less-visited parts of the island. It's possible to stop in local villages for lunch and pause at local temples or stupa. A fascinating journey, arrive in Candidasa in time for dinner.
Day 11 Candi Dasa
Day at leisure in Candidasa. Private guided bike rides are available to book through the hotel and are a great way to explore the local rural villages. Enjoy a three-course tasting menu this evening at the Alila Manggis' Seasalt restaurant. You could even book a cooking lesson with the chef beforehand.
Day 12 Candi Dasa
Today explore the volcanic slopes and fishing villages of eastern Bali with your guide and driver, offering you a different perspective on Balinese life. A highlight is Sidemen, home to examples of Bali's finest Songket weaving and, whilst here, enjoy an hour walking through the rice paddies and villages in this picturesque corner of the island. From here you can travel to Pura Kehen, a journey of about 90 minutes. Pura Kehen is a beautiful temple in eastern Bali, located on a picturesque hillside. This full day tour with an experienced guide and driver goes at your own pace and can be tailored to your interests.
Day 13 Senggigi
This morning take the public speedboat across the Lombok straits to arrive on the beaches of north-west Lombok. This is a shared boat transfer but a guide is on hand to help you on board. On arrival on Lombok, you're met and transferred by private vehicle to your hotel. Your hotel for the next four nights is situated on the lovely Mangsit beach, just north of the small town of Senggigi.
Day 14 Senggigi
Day 15 Senggigi
You might like to arrange a trip to the Gili islands locally, where you can enjoy the white sand beaches and might be lucky enough to snorkel in clear waters with a variety of sea life. Private boats can be booked through your hotel.
Day 16 Senggigi
Day 17 International return flight
Senggigi , International return flight
Day at leisure on Lombok, before you are driven to the airport in time for your onwards flight.
Day 18 International return flight
International return flight
Arrive home today to complete your journey.
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