Travellers from 169 countries, including India, don’t need a visa to enter Indonesia for visits of up to 30 days! Thus, you can get a 30-day free visa on arrival as you land at the Denpasar International Airport in Bali.Trip durationA week is usually good enough time to properly explore this haven, but it’s really up to you what you want to focus on and how long you want to spend here.TransportThe best way to get around in Bali is via hiring a car and a driver. The local drivers are resourceful and friendly, and they often double up as guides.Why Bali?We give you 10 excellent reasons why Bali is the ideal summer destination. So, go ahead and choose depending on your tastes—in order to truly maximize your stay here!Enjoy the luxurious resorts at Nusa DuaNusa Dua is a lovely little area that hangs off the southern end of Bali almost like a teardrop. It's where Bali's largest enclave of luxury resorts is carefully laid out surrounded by lush foliage and serene beaches. An ideal holiday experience, Nusa Dua has a number of little souvenir shops and restaurants that offer traditional Balinese dance performances like the legong, among other little treasures.
Time to fly back home. What a wonderful trip this has been. The warmth & hospitality of Balinese people is just amazing. This tiny island is a different world in itself & has something to offer to everyone. I am definitely coming back.