Bali is very well known all over the world for its thousands of temples.
Ninety five per cent of the Balinese population follows the Hindu religion. In each Balinese-Hindu house you will find a temple or shrine, and in every village there are at least four different temples. Not to mention the big temples where all... Read More
Bali Diving Academy’s job is to accompany you underwater, which is what we do best. As safety and enjoyment are two of our major concerns for your Adventure experiences and Nature explorations, we work with the safest and most professional operators on the island.
Our in-depth knowledge and 20 years experience... Read More
Much has changed since the 1970s, when local warungs (cafes) were the only dining out options Bali could offer.
Today, Bali has embraced international cuisine. Restaurants specializing in cuisine from all over the world can give visitors to Bali a taste of home, or introduce others to new flavors, often... Read More
Are you thinking about coming to Bali but are wondering how to handle the holiday with your children?
Bali is a Paradise not only for adults, but also for kids!
This island is a perfect destination for families with kids. In Balinese culture, children are kings and queens and the Balinese always make families... Read More
Travelling with a group?
Arranging a trip to Bali with friends is an exciting experience! What a great destination to share with fellow divers, above and under the water!
At the same time, your group has specific needs,... Read More
Looking for the first step in working with scuba as a career? Bali and the Gili Islands are a perfect place to start.Divemaster training develops your leadership abilities, qualifying you to supervise dive activities and assist... Read More
GREAT NEWS FOR UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO WANT TO VISIT INDONESIA IN 2013!For every diver with a camera who comes to dive in Indonesia there is a great opportunity. The Indonesian Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy... Read More
On March 11th, all main streets and junctions around Bali have been the catwalk for demons, carried by thousands of Balinese young people during the Ngerupuk procession. The ogoh- ogoh, giant papier-mache' effigies, have been... Read More