Tuesday, 23 September 2008

Your Balinese Guide

Introducing your guideYour trekking guide is Ketut 'Bluey' Ariana. Already at a young age Ketut felt a great love for the nature of North Bali. He loves to be out there and meditate in the solitude of nature.
During one of his private expeditions in 2003, Ketut (re)discovered the great falls of Lemukih. As the energy and beauty of this spectacular area was so unexpectedly overwhelming, he felt he should share this exceptional and unique experience with nature with all who are interested to follow his steps - the Lemukih Tekking Tour was born.

Thursday, 18 September 2008

Bali Sea

Two of the four sea ports in Bali anchored by International cruiser-ships and yachts are Benoa, South of Denpasar and Padangbai on the East for larger and luxury cruise ships.

The Harbour of Singaraja (Telukan Bawang), on the North coast now plays host only to very few Bugis schooners and smaller crafts serve the line between North Bali and Java. Gilimanuk on the Northwest links Bali with Java, there is a regular ferry-service connecting the Island with 24 hours service.

PELNI, the state-owned shipping-company has several ships serves the Indonesian's main ports. The passenger ships call regularly to Benoa Harbour is: KM.AWU, KM DOBONSOLO and KM. TILONG KABILA & KM. BINAIYA.

A regular service of ferry serves Padangbai-Lombok four times daily at 08.00 am, 12.00 noons and 02.00 pm.

Monday, 15 September 2008

Bali Honeymoon Guide

An ideal destination for your honeymoon
Honeymoon in Bali

Bali's beauty and allure make it a perfect place fro a honeymoon. Idyllic vistas over tropical shores, cool green forest with gentle breezes, or stunning views from cliff tops.
Honeymoon Hotels & Resorts in Bali

Snuggle up close in a private villa, or tucked up a deluxe suite secluded in a stunning beachside hotel.

Submerge yourself in total luxury at Bali's five star resorts like Four Season's Resort and the superlative Ritz-Carlton Bali at Jimbaran, for some unforgettable memories. Jimbaran's lovely setting also offers numerous restaurants with delectable offerings of ocean fresh seafood. The beaches here are dark and warm with exhilarating surfs and great waves to ride. If you prefer a cool hillside setting where you can relax in style, the incomparable Amanusa, located on the hillside overlooking the sea at Jimbaran may be just the answer - style with anonymity.

For a classy and stylish honeymoon, Nusa Dua provides elegant hotels and a beautiful setting. Luxury international hotels line a long stretch of fine white sand lapped by azure warm water. While Sanur offers luxury in the midst of traditional Balinese culture.

Tanjung Benoa and Amed with terrific sands and warm waters for great diving, snorkelling, and a host of fun water sports also offer excellent resorts.

Padang Bai has some of the most temptingly secluded beaches in Bali. Padang Bai is a truly charming village set in the beauty of a picturesque bay, which also doubles as a harbour for boats sailing the waters of Bali and its nearby Lombok.

There is a collection of idyllic seaside villages stretching from Lovina to the western part of Singaraja. This seafront charm lies in its many lovely coves. While the sand is a grey colour - a reflection of its volcanic origins, it's warm, smooth and fine. These coves also make for perfect snorkelling, but for breathtaking sunsets head for Tanah Lot.