Bali Travel Tips – Dos and Don’ts When Visiting Bali
Bali is one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the world. As an island known for its rich cultural traditions, there are some customary rules you should follow.
In this article, we’ll go over some of the do’s and don’ts when traveling to Bali.
Be mindful of the religious practices all across Bali
As you explore and make your way around Bali, you’ll encounter many temples, decorations, statues and other religious symbols. You should know there are certain unspoken rules when approaching these areas or interacting with these places. For example, women who are menstruating are strictly prohibited to enter any temple or religious place. You are also mandated to cover your body if they are too exposed when visiting temples and other religious places.
Pay careful attention to road signs
When exploring Bali by motorbike, it is very important to keep in mind the traffic and road signs. More importantly, pay attention to what other drivers are doing on the road.
High season Vs. Low season
There are certain pros and cons to visiting Bali between the high and low season – and depending on your purpose one may be better than the other. High season has perfect sunny skies, crystal blue waters and overall perfect conditions. However, the tradeoff is that it will be more crowded and accommodation prices will generally be higher. On the other hand, traveling to Bali in the low season will be much more affordable and with less crowds, but you will have to deal with occasional and unpredictable rainfall, and poor visibility at certain times.
These are just some of our main travel tips for those planning to travel to Bali! For an unrivalled accommodation experience, book a room with us at Mara River Safari Park! We have a selection of room types to accommodate our guests. Also, when you book through our website, you’ll get complimentary breakfast at our Tsavo Lion Restaurant, as well as admission to Bali Safari Park!