The Island of Bali is one of over 18,000 islands in Indonesia.
Its many features include long, beautiful, sandy beaches, a sea that provides surf appropriate for both experienced and inexperienced surfers, an unbelievable, vibrant marine life with millions of colours and excellent visibility, and of course the famous local cuisine.
The island might be small in size, with less than 150 km from one end to the other, but has a large variety of fauna and flora. There are tropical jungles, palm groves and picturesque rice fields, the majority still cultivated by traditional methods. There are a large number of ancient temples and gardens scattered all over the islands. You can also admire a number of both wild and domesticated animals.