Not all travel agencies in Bali are the same. Whether you are in Bali now or planning your upcoming holiday, you want to ensure you work with an agency with a solid reputation for being professional and knowledgeable. There is so much to see on the Island of the Gods and a few places that aren’t as well-marked as others. For the island’s best day tours and sightseeing tours, including cars, drivers, and experienced tour guides, contact our team at Bali Res Centre.
If you’re interested in exploring Bali’s natural beauty, Bali Res Centre can help you organise trips to some of the island’s most breathtaking natural landmarks, such as Mount Batur, Bali’s famous rice terraces, and the stunning waterfalls of central Bali. For those interested in culture, Bali Res Centre can arrange visits to some of the island’s most important cultural sites, such as the Besakih Temple, the Goa Gajah cave temple, and the famous Tirta Empul water temple.
Bali Res Centre can help you make the most of your time to experience all the island has to offer, no matter what kind of day trip or tour you’re interested in. With their expertise and local knowledge, you can relax and enjoy your travels, knowing that all the details have been taken care of.
Bali tourism agency FAQs
If you are doing your homework and researching to find the best travel and tour agency in Bali, have questions prepared. Professional, reputable agencies like Bali Res Centre will be able to answer your enquiries, with a track record of references. Here are the most frequently asked questions that we receive.
What types of tours and activities do you offer?
We offer day tours to see the best sights in Bali, including the Kintamani volcanoes, and then over East Bali, Ubud and temple tours. We also have activities all over Bali for action, adventure and culture.
How customisable are your tours? Can I personalise my itinerary?
Of course, you can! We’ll provide recommendations and let you know what is possible, but we’ll accommodate special requests and personalisation as much as possible.
What is included in the price of the tours?
That depends on the tour and what is required. Most tours include transfers or a car and driver for tours and entry fees for attractions.
Are there any additional costs or fees I should be aware of?
This depends on the tour, as certain activities will be at your own expense, and while some tours do include lunch, there are others where meals and refreshments are not included. Special requests or stops not included in the itinerary can incur additional costs.
How many people will be on tour?
Most of our tours are private for you and your group. For arranged activities, additional guests may be in the cars for the transfers. You will be notified of all arrangements beforehand.
What are the minimum and maximum number of participants for your tours?
For almost all tours, there is no minimum, and we are happy to arrange solo trips to explore the island. This is on specific tours for the maximum, as some Bali attractions try to limit large groups. If you have a large group, talk to our team, as we organise large group tours for families, friends, and MICE groups all the time.
What is your cancellation policy?
This will depend on the tour and activity, depending on what has been pre-booked and pre-paid. You will be notified of each tour’s deposits and cancellations policy beforehand.
How experienced are your guides?
Very! Bali Res Centre started in 2009, and each of our reservations team members speaks Bahasa Indonesia and English. We only work with the most professional guides and drivers for our tours and activities.
How will I be transported during the tour?
We will provide proper and safe transportation to accommodate your group’s size. Small groups will be transported in private cars with drivers, while large groups may require vans or buses. All vehicles will be comfortable and air-conditioned.
What kind of accommodation options are available?
Do you offer travel insurance options, or do I need to purchase my own?
We are happy to help with recommendations for travel insurance, but you will need to purchase your own. We cannot stress enough how important it is to have travel insurance for your Bali holiday, not only for safety or emergencies but also for peace of mind.
Can you help me with any special requests or requirements, such as dietary restrictions or mobility issues?
Yes, of course. There may be some treks or areas near waterfalls or volcanoes where we won’t be able to accommodate mobility issues due to safety reasons. But we are happy to personalise itineraries to accommodate special requests.
How can I contact you in case of an emergency or if I have any questions during my trip?
You will have our contact information, as will your driver.
Now that we have covered the most generic questions about our services, let’s dive into questions about Bali tours and attractions.
Bali waterfall tours FAQs
Bali’s majestic waterfalls must be on your itinerary if you are on the hunt for adventure and beautiful scenery. Here is our guide to FAQ for Bali’s waterfall.
How many waterfalls are there in Bali?
It’s difficult to say for certain, as Bali is home to a large number of waterfalls, both well-known and hidden. Some estimates put the number of waterfalls on the island at around 100.
What is the best time of year to visit Bali waterfalls?
The best time to visit Bali waterfalls is typical during the dry season, which runs from April to October. During this time, the waterfalls are at their fullest and most impressive. However, some waterfalls can also be visited during the wet season, which runs from November to March, although it may be more difficult to access due to the increased rainfall.
Are Bali’s waterfalls safe to swim in?
Some of Bali’s waterfalls have pools at their base that are safe for swimming, while others may have dangerous currents or hidden hazards. It’s important to research each waterfall before visiting and to take caution when swimming, particularly if you’re not a strong swimmer.
Do I need to hire a guide to visit Bali’s waterfalls?
It is not always necessary to hire a guide to visit Bali’s waterfalls, but we highly recommend asking our team at Bali Res Centre to organise a guide for you. This is particularly if you’re visiting a less well-known waterfall or want to learn more about the local culture and ecology.
What should I wear when visiting Bali’s waterfalls?
A: It’s best to wear comfortable, lightweight clothing that you don’t mind getting wet and sturdy shoes with good grip for walking on slippery surfaces. You may also want to bring a towel and a change of clothes if you plan to swim.
Are there any fees to visit Bali’s waterfalls?
A: Some waterfalls in Bali may charge a small entrance fee, particularly if they are part of a national park or protected area. However, many waterfalls can be visited for free.
Can I take photos at Bali’s waterfalls?
Of course! And you’ll see why the waterfalls are some of Bali’s most instagrammable locations. The natural scenery is simply stunning.
Bali Temples FAQs
The incredible temples of Bali encapsulate the beauty, tradition and spirit of Balinese culture. Their settings among the mountains, lakes and villages create some of the most spectacular sights around the island. Book a Bali tour, or a few, with Bali Res Centre to Bali’s most famous temples. Below are some quick questions you’ll want to note before your tours.
What is the dress code for visiting Bali temples?
Visitors must dress modestly and cover their shoulders and knees when visiting Bali temples. Sarongs and sashes are often provided at the entrance of the temples and can be rented or borrowed for a small fee.
What are some of the most famous Bali temples?
Bali has many beautiful temples, but some of the most famous ones include Tanah Lot, Uluwatu, Besakih, and Tirta Empul. These temples are known for their stunning architecture, beautiful settings, and cultural significance.
Are there any entrance fees to Bali temples?
Yes, most Bali temples charge an entrance fee, which varies depending on the temple. Some temples also charge an additional fee for parking or using a sarong.
What is the significance of the offerings found at Bali temples?
Offerings are an important part of Balinese Hinduism and are made to show gratitude to the gods. The offerings typically consist of flowers, rice, and other small items placed in small baskets or banana leaves.
Are Bali temples open to non-Hindu visitors?
Yes, most Bali temples are open to non-Hindu visitors. However, visitors are expected to respect the cultural and religious practices of the temple and follow the dress code and other rules.
Can visitors take photographs inside Bali temples?
It depends on the temple. Some temples allow photography inside, while others prohibit it. Visitors should always ask for permission before taking photographs inside the temple.
Bali Airport Transfers
Avoid any hassle, delay and confusion on your travel days, and book airport transfers with our team. Our drivers can pick you up at the airport and ensure you arrive safely at your destination hotel or villa. This will also allow you to bypass the airport taxi services, which are notoriously more expensive.
You can also choose our VIP Fast Track Service, where you will have a Meet & Greet service and be escorted through the arrivals area and Immigration. This is a popular service for anyone arriving on large passenger jets or needing to arrive at their destination by a certain time.
On your day of departure, we can organise your transportation to the airport with our drivers. You can also elect our VIP Departure Service, with access to the airport lounge to relax before your flights.
Bali travel agent benefits
There are many benefits to using a travel company, but especially for our team. Bali Res Centre provides experienced personalised service, local expertise, and a wide range of tours and activities throughout the island. We can also save you money by having the most competitive and all-inclusive packages and rates. And finally, we are here to help should you have any questions, issues or emergencies while on the ground in Bali.
Talk to our team for your accommodation, transfers, day tours and more, and enjoy a stress-free and fun Bali holiday.
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