Multi-Day Tour | Group, Independent, Private

Romantic Getaway In The Island of Bali (11 days)

Trails of Indochina - Vietnam

Ubud, Indonesia To Jimbaran, Indonesia

Valid for Departures Now Through: 05 Feb 2019


Day 1
Ubud, Indonesia
Amandari None

Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport, after you have picked up your luggage, please exit and look for the sign “EXIT” on your right at the arrival hall and follow the walk path, after a short walk, here you will find your guide waiting for you holding the Trails of Indochina signboard with your name on it.

Your guide will transfer you to your hotel. The rest of the day is for you to relax after your flight.

Day 2
Ubud, Indonesia
Amandari Breakfast, Lunch

The rich cultural heritage of Indonesia’s art and handicrafts is one of its true national treasures. Bali in particular is known for having a vibrant artistic community. Spend the day exploring Bali’s artistic side: visiting the craft village of Singapadu where you can observe artisans creating unique handicrafts varying from wooden masks used in Balinese traditional dances to gold and silver wares; learning about woodworking at the wood carving village of Mas where you can sit with a local artisan to learn basic woodcarving skills. Put your skills into practice by drawing a pattern on cardboard and carving it out of bath soap; and participating in a hands-on cooking class and enjoying the fruits of your labour for lunch. Return to your hotel in the afternoon.

Day 3
Ubud, Indonesia
Amandari Breakfast

Mount Batur is considered one of the most dramatic and accessible live volcanoes on earth. At 1,717m (5,633ft) above sea level, Mount Batur is Bali’s second most sacred mountain after Mount Agung. Spend an enjoyable half day taking in scenic views from this sacred mountain, starting with a drive to Penelokan Village in Kintamani for a Balinese coffee. Drive to the starting point of the trek and hike 5hrs to the crest for awesome sunset views. Celebrate with bottle of champagne as evening rolls in. After a simple dinner, hike down along the same path and transfer back to your hotel.

Day 4
Ubud, Indonesia
Amandari Breakfast, Lunch

This morning, we take you to the peaceful Abangan village located 30-minutes away from Ubud. Abangan is known for its huge rice paddies, tropical rain forest, and Balinese artist village. Trudge through rice paddies to learn how rice is grown, cultivated and harvested from farmers who will invite you to join in the harvesting. After a labor filled morning, visit local artist’s workshops where you can join and practice wood carving or painting. The trek ends at Sebatu Temple where a Balinese Hindu Priest is waiting to begin a blessing purification ceremony by presenting traditional offerings on the shrine located in the holy water. After, the Priest will lead you to take a bath in the holy spring water plunge pool. Balinese believe that the holy water will be able to purify your body and soul. The peaceful morning will come to a conclusion in Traditional Balinese Resort of Puri Sebatu where you will have an energising lunch.

After lunch, a visit to Puri Pandawa, which is located in Basangambu village. It offers a wide variety of cultural programs like palm reading, opening chakras, traditional Balinese massage, balance aura with crystal, tarot, and Balinese mandala work. In each program includes free meditation in the pyramid and free visit to a holy circle.

We can also make an appointment with the healer based on your interest. After the consultation and treatment, we take you back the hotel.

Day 5
Ubud, Indonesia
Amandari Breakfast, Lunch

Bali’s breathtakingly diverse landscapes of soaring mountains, green rice terraces and lush forests make for an excellent backdrop for a full day of cycling. Morning 1.5hr drive to the village of Carang Sari in the island’s interior. Over morning tea in the tranquil surroundings, listen as the cycling guides provide a safety briefing, describing the route and demonstrating how to use the bike’s gears and brakes.

Set off on a 2hr, 17km (11mi) cycling adventure, highlighted by: scenes of pristine rice terraces and villages dotted with traditional houses and temples; stops to meet friendly locals, take photos of scenic spots and learn about the local culture; and a visit to the monkey forest of Sangeh. At the finish point, vehicles will be standing by to take you to a local restaurant for an Indonesian buffet lunch. Afterwards, return to your hotel.

Day 6
Jimbaran, Indonesia
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Breakfast

Visit some of its most notable temples and gardens on a full-day tour, including: Taman Ayun, the Royal Temple of the Mengwi kingdom. Built in 1634, Bali’s most sacred temple is surrounded by a wide moat creating the sensation of standing in the middle of the lake; Bedugul, a pleasant mountain village on Lake Bratan, to visit its botanical gardens and fresh market which showcases Bali’s freshest vegetables thanks to Bedugul’ shigher altitude and cooler weather; Ulundanu Water Temple located on the shores of Lake Brandan dedicated to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu; and Tanah Lot, Bali’s most photographed temple, perched on a little rocky islet inaccessible during high tides.

After the tour, your guide will transfer you to the hotel in Jimbaran. The rest of the day is at your leisure.

Day 7
Jimbaran, Indonesia
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Breakfast, Dinner

Enjoy the day at your leisure.

Experience an epic Balinese sunset and dinner on this evening excursion. Drive 45mins to the beautiful highlands of Uluwatu in the south of Bali and see the holy temple of Pura Uluwatu, an exquisite monument perched 70m (230ft) above the sea and situated on a headland at the westernmost tip of the peninsula. Watch an epic Balinese Kecak dance performance telling the love story of Rama and Sita with the stunning sunset as the backdrop. End the day with a hearty grilled fresh seafood dinner on the beach of Jimbaran.

Day 8
Jimbaran, Indonesia
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Breakfast, Lunch

Spend a full day on the island paradise of Lembongan. Depart in the morning for a relaxing 120 minutes cruise to Lembongan Island aboard the Aristocat, one of Bali’s most luxurious catamarans. Cruise to Hai Tide Beach Resort in Mushroom Bay, an array of water sports activities, including banana boat rides, pool volley ball, snorkeling and semi-submersible coral viewer are available for Aristocal Guest, A delicious BBQ lunch is served on the beach. Sail back in the late afternoon and witness a beautiful sunset before arriving at Benoa Harbor where a private transfer back to your hotel awaits.

Day 9
Jimbaran, Indonesia
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Breakfast
Enjoy the free days at your leisure, either for shopping, exploring the island further, or chilling.
Day 10
Jimbaran, Indonesia
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Breakfast

Enjoy the free days at your leisure, either for shopping, exploring the island further, or chilling.

Day 11
Jimbaran, Indonesia
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay Breakfast

This morning, your guide will escort you to the airport for your departure flight.

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Tour Features


  • Romance & Honeymoons
  • Sightseeing


Considered one of the of the most romantic destinations in Southeast Asia, Bali is the perfect getaway for couples seeking a cultural experience with memorable romantic moments. The jungles of Ubud are a peaceful escape surrounded by terraced rice paddies and Balinese temples where couples can take part in a spiritual blessing ceremony. An evening hike to the top of Bali’s second most sacred mountain, Mount Batur, is greeted with a bottle of champagne and traditional dinner. Take in the panoramic view of mountains and lakes while watching the sunset from 1,717 metres above ground. End in Jimbaran, where a day-trip to the idyllic beaches of Lembongan island becomes a private oasis. Sail aboard a grand catamaran and make stops to snorkel and enjoy a barbeque seafood lunch along the way. This dreamy getaway to Bali is sure to be one of relaxation and quality time with the one you love.

About Us

Trails of Indochina had its humble beginnings in 1999 as a boutique inbound tour operator. Headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), and now with more than 250 employees throughout the region, Trails of Indochina has grown to be a full-service Destination Management Company and tour operation across Indochina. At Trails of Indochina, our personal relationships can make anything possible. We invite you to experience our part of the world where you will uncover the hidden gems and see a different perspectives of Southeast Asia.

Insider Tip

Trails of Indochina is headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, with offices in Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia and Thailand, ensuring that everything handled on the ground meets each client's expectation.

Terms & Conditions


Our commitment is the delivery of bespoke, safe and first class services and customer experiences through a network of locally owned and operated offices within Southeast Asia. With a focus on experience, guest safety, quality control and service delivery, you can rely on Trails of Indochina’s reliable standards across all the countries in which we operate. Each itinerary is individually booked and confirmed by our team of resident experts ensuring travel is ordered according to your proposals. Each request is dutifully responded to within 24 hours unless negotiations and special requests are required on your behalf; our team will ultimately inform and follow up.

Pricing & Services

Trails of Indochina offer confidential rates based on market research, competition analysis, strategic negotiation and in-depth information for each specific season in each destination. These rates are offered under the condition that they cannot be displayed in any way to third parties. Rates are quoted in USD currency only. All quoted rates, unless otherwise specified, are net and non-commissionable.

Many hotels include compulsory special gala dinners on Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and sometimes on national and/or other festive occasions in each country. This is a compulsory charge, and will be communicated and invoiced by Trails of Indochina where applicable.


Unless otherwise specified, all quoted rates are inclusive of applicable taxes (including service charges, Value Added Taxes and/or locally charged taxes). Domestic tourism taxes and/or airport taxes may be applicable and are not included. These need to be paid directly to the relevant authority, by the traveler.

In the event of government imposed tax changes, Trails of Indochina reserves the right to alter the rates accordingly. Trails of Indochina will work to avoid this from occurring however reserves the right to collect any differentials from the clients individually, which may arise.


20% of the total tour cost to be deposited upon commitment of the tour, this deposit is non-refundable. The remaining 80% of the total tour cost to be paid 45 days prior to arrival date. If booked less than 45 days from arrival, full payment is required immediately.

Where deposits and advance payments are required from contractors/third parties, these will also be invoiced to the client for payment (in addition to the 20% deposit). This will be required for Trails of Indochina to secure services contractors/third parties. Pre-payment procedures during high/peak seasons may also vary, depending on the accommodation policy to guarantee the booking. Trails of Indochina will inform you accordingly about this for each individual case.

Payment Methods

Trails of Indochina Accounting team will provide the bank details for wire transfers. Any bank charges levies by the sending bank relating to transfers to Trails of Indochina must be paid by the Client / Agent.

Kindly make sure you include the invoice number or contact our Accounting Department for an invoice number so that your payment can be identified.  Please also check with the bank who issued your credit card to ensure that no other bank fee is applied. Check payments must be written exactly to the order of Trails of Indochina Limited (full name please).  

Cancellations & Refunds

Any cancellations should be made in writing to Trails of Indochina. Cancellations beyond your control subject to Force Majeure can be covered under travel insurance. We recommend you buy Travel insurance before you complete payment of your travel and review its relevant product disclosure statement. Cancellation fees of loss of deposit will be applied if a confirmed booking is cancelled 22 days or more prior to arrival date

• For bookings that are cancelled by the passenger or agent 21 - 15 days prior to arrival date, loss of 50% of the total tour cost will be applied.  

• For bookings that are cancelled by the passenger or agent 14 - 8 days prior to arrival date, loss of 75% of the total tour cost will be applied.  

• Trails of Indochina reserves the right to claim 100% of the total tour cost should the cancellation happen within 7 days before departure.  

Depending on airlines, hotels, cruises and third party cancellation policies, the above conditions may be modified on application. Trails of Indochina will aim to negotiate with suppliers to waive or minimize these charges to you at best.


For all travel from and to the countries in which Trails of Indochina operates, a valid passport is required at all times. Conditions for specific validity of passports and regulations for other valid travel documentation can be obtained from each respective embassy and/or consulate in the client’s native country. For most countries, passports need to be valid for at least six months from the date of entry at a border post/airport/seaport.


In addition to passport requirements, visas for certain countries are required. These can either be obtained in the country of residence prior to departure or on arrival at immigration or a visa processing desk.  Full details about the specific visa conditions and requirements to obtain  visas for each specific country can be obtained from your consultant or from your embassy and/or consulate e in the client’s native country.

Travel Insurance

We strongly recommend that you obtain a comprehensive travel insurance policy before and during your travel. Neither Trails of Indochina nor its agents/suppliers or business partners shall/and can be held responsible for any loss, or damaged or stolen personal belongings.

Health & Safety

Trails of Indochina values health and safety as its top priority in the selection of product and provision of services. All clients are encouraged by our guides to follow the safety regulations for any service provided We check hotels, restaurants and other suppliers to ensure they meet our health and safety standards before recommending them to any of our clients.


There are limited hotels/resorts, with standard triple rooms in their inventory. These are commonly double/twin rooms with an extra (rollaway) bed, limiting space within the room. Please inform all concerned accordingly to correctly manage expectations. Extra bed rates / triple sharing room rates are available in the confidential tariff.

Single room supplements are indicated in the confidential tariff. It is common that the provided rooms are twin/double rooms for single use only.

Preferences such as smoking/non-smoking, interconnecting rooms, king-size beds, and location of the room cannot be guaranteed or confirmed in advance and are subject to hotel policy and availability at time of check-in.


Trails of Indochina will arrange sightseeing excursions and transportation as contracted in a professional manner. English, Spanish or other language speaking guides are provided to escort clients on all tour programs as per the proposed itinerary. Tours include entrance fees, meals (where mentioned) excluding any drinks, and other expenses, specifically mentioned in the tour program inclusions. All services provided by Trails of Indochina, its employees or agents are of the highest possible standard.. All tour guides are licensed and will be responsible for demonstrating any safety equipment and highlighting any safety risk before commencing any activities on tour.


Unless otherwise stated, Trails of Indochina will provide for each destination according to the rates provided in our tariff. Transfer service includes the meet and greet of travelers with a name sign and transportation according to the booked itinerary.


Where possible, Trails of Indochina uses coaches and cars, contracted on a long-term basis. Transportation (road or water transport) is operated by fully-licensed drivers / operators, in accordance with local safety standards. Vehicles are maintained in accordance with manufacturers’ specifications,  kept clean and in good working order, registered and insured adequately. Water transport will be of a similar quality and lifejackets will be provided for all clients.

Trails of Indochina  aims to keep clients aware that standards of transportation in each destination are different, yet we are committed to the best available means of transportation in that specific area of operation.

Complaints & Customer Service

A dedicated customer Care team is assigned to handle any customer service issues whilst on the ground. Trails of Indochina consider complaints as valuable feedback to improve service delivery levels. We request that service delivery failures or customer concerns, be reported during the guest’s stay to one of our representatives. It is the aim of the company to solve any irregularity immediately.

Force Majeure

During the term of this agreement, neither party shall be in default of its obligations to the extent that its performance is delayed or prevented by causes beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to, acts of God, natural disasters, bankruptcy of a vendor, strikes and other labor disturbances, acts of war, or civil disturbances, or other equivalent or comparable events.


Our insurance policy is a group accident insurance policy for travel related companies offering comprehensive Public Liability Insurance to a maximum level of US$5,000,000 coverage per incident. The policy details are available upon request.



The client agrees to indemnify and to save Trails of Indochina from harm and against all damage or injury (including death) to property or person(s) resulting from intentional or negligent acts or omissions from their respective officers, employees, agents, contractors or subcontractors in connection with the performance of this agreement.


Trails of Indochina acts as an intermediary between all airlines, hotels, local tourist offices and other service providers. Therefore Trails of Indochina reserves the right to modify tours and itineraries with or without notice. Trails of Indochina tours are organized in conjunction with the respective airline(s) scheduled flights, therefore, itineraries and timetables are provisional and subject to change without notice. Acknowledgement and confirmation of the above-mentioned conditions is active, once clients participate in one of the provided services via Trails of Indochina.

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By: Andy37

Reviewed on: 02 Sep 2015

Overall, our experience was a great one. The drivers, tour guides, etc were all there to pick us up and get us to where we were going and everyone was extremely friendly and outgoing. We did have a minor issue with a few additional charges that we were given and we were not told (at all) that any of them would have been an extra charge. Additionally, our tour guide in Bali seemed to be really pushing us to sign on to additional tours with him on days that we had chosen to be on our own. Our experience on Lombok was top-notch, however in Bali, the tour guides were much more chatty with what seemed their prescribed talk and not so attentive to specific questions that we had. Additionally, when we were picked up for our bike tour, the guide asked to see our itinerary, as he had no idea what we were supposed to be doing. We ended up not doing a number of activities outlined on the itinerary and instead just did what the guide wanted to do. We had a great time, but these were concerns.
Travel Advisor:  Sari Greene

Very informative

By: Jandm42

Reviewed on: 21 Nov 2015

They made the arrivals and departures very easy. All guides were personable and very well informed. They added greatly to our travel experience.
Travel Advisor:  Judy Perl

Recent trip

By: Fletch

Reviewed on: 31 Jan 2017

Our experience was excellent. The organization proved to be very professional and reliable
Travel Advisor:  Cheryl Everhart

Southeast Asia

By: David Nixon

Reviewed on: 19 Feb 2017

The tour, with a few exceptions, we well organized. We saw most of what there was to see. The hotels and guides were excellent.
Travel Advisor:  Roxanne Girard