Top 20 Reasons to Visit Bali and Do Yoga There

Bali is an exotic Indonesian Island surrounded by azure seas, shiny golden beach, lush green landscape, and historic temples. Bali entwines the truly majestic beauty that can take anyone’s breath away. This place is grounded with some good and positive vibes to keep you coming again and again. The sublime atmosphere creates the perfect atmosphere for learning yoga in Bali. Several things are there to learn and explore. Still, many find Bali an overrated destination for vacation and yoga learning.

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Let’s have a quick look at the 22 good reasons to visit this “Island of Gods.” Know why this place is yoga capital in Indonesia.

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#1 – Bali features the most spectacular landscape. Amazing beaches are covering the island from all sides

#2 – Bali has an international and domestic air-service facility. Denpasar Bali Airport is connected internationally with many countries. You can make bookings early.

#3 – High hills and mountains of Bali are best for outdoor adventures like trekking.

#4 – The lush green vegetation, green rice fields offer the perfect ecosystem for yoga learning.

#5 – The Island is home to an ancient culture which tourist can experience from their warm hospitality

#6 – An exotic sequence of temples and palaces are set against the jaw-dropping natural backdrops.

#7 – If you want to find some white sand beaches and turquoise waters, Bali has it all.

#8 – Bali beaches are perfect for surfing, under-water sports, snorkeling, parasailing, muck diving, and much more.

#9 – Bali has incredible waterfalls. You can experience the earthly beauty of waterfall; practice some swimming activities, do cliff jumping and much more.

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#10 – People of Bali are very religious and traditional. They are open to foreign people, so it’s a good place to learn about Balinese culture and traditions.

#11 – Bali has an incredible variety of wildlife. There are birds, animals, reptiles, and more to see here. In Ubud, there is a special Monkey Forest for a unique experience with Balinese Monkeys.

#12 – Many smaller islands surround the Island. Take, for example, Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and of course the Gili islands. If you want to escape in some smaller island after your yoga course, then you can consider these places in your bucket list.

#13 – A person can witness the touch of Balinese art in floral decorations, wall paints, local wood and stone carvings, mind-boggling bamboo structures, and even in shops that sells Bali handmade art.

#14 – Bali has secret pristine beaches tucked away in its little corners, where you can enjoy the sun, sand and stay away from the crowd for some time.

#15 – If you are an adrenaline lover, then Bali has a list of sports to quench your thirst. Try out flyboarding, do canyoning, jump from cliffs for some adventure.

#16 – Bali offers you an opportunity to stay in eco-friendly hotels, without crashing your budget. You will get all luxury facilities, services, and practices all set to be sustainable.

#17 – If you’re a vegan, then Bali has an exotic range of veg cuisines for you. You can taste the traditional Balinese cuisines at some restaurants. There are thousands of beach clubs, pubs, and retro-bars for your leisure time.

#18 – For day trips, tours, or sightseeing, Bali offers easy car and scooter rental facility. All cars are driven by trained, reliable, and safe drivers.

#19 – Bali is located about eight degrees south of the equator. So, anyone can experience a tropical, warm, and humid climate all around the year. However, July and August are preferred mostly for travel plans in Bali.

#20 – Any tourist or visitor can issue a Visa on Arrival also referred to as VoA for 30 days, 30-60 days or longer than 60 days on the airport itself. You can apply for it from the Indonesian Embassy or Consulate outside of Indonesia.

Languages spoken in Bali are mostly English, Bahasa Indonesia, and Balinese. You can communicate easily and travel anywhere with the help of maps.  The Indonesian Island of Bali is a treasure trove for adventure seekers, but it provides the perfect atmosphere for learning yoga. The reasons mentioned above are enough to explain. You can pack your bags and head up to our yoga retreat for a truly amazing journey.

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BY FLIGHT: The nearest airport from Rishikesh is Jolly Grant airport on route to Dehradun, 18 kilometres from here. Indian airlines connect Dehradun to Delhi, some chartered planes also operate from here.

BY ROADS: To commute within Rishikesh there are tongas, taxis and rickshaws available. Whereas from other cities and states buses are operated by state transport corporations and private operators (deluxe, semi deluxe coaches) are available for Rishikesh. Apart from that one can also hire private vehicles to get there.