The beautiful island of Bali is magnet for tourists, and for good reason. Just east of Java, Bali lies eight degrees south of the equator, a location that virtually guarantees perfect weather for a good part of the year. The island's history and culture are attractions in themselves, but its natural beauty is unparalleled.
The mountains of central Bali reach more than 2,000 metres in elevation, and the island's highest peak, Mount Agung, is an active volcano that last erupted in 1964; known as "the mother mountain," it remains one of the most active volcanic sites on the planet. Residents of Bali farm the slopes of the mountains, growing coffee, rice, and vegetables in the fertile volcanic soil.
The mountains slope downward to the sea, where coral reefs surround the island. Bali lies in the Coral Triangle, an area with the widest range of marine wildlife species in the world. The reefs provide endless opportunities for snorkelling, diving, and boating. For those who want to stay on dry land, the island's beaches, some of which boast black volcanic sand, offer beautiful views and sun-drenched relaxation. The more adventurous can take advantage of some of the world's best surfing on the breaks along the southern coast line.
Bali has more to offer, though, than just its natural beauty. Luxurious resorts, fascinating museums, cultural tours, historical attractions, and vibrant nightlife all combine to satisfy all types of travellers, from the curious foodie to the busy jetsetter looking for a relaxing island getaway.
Airfares are cheapest during the low season between January and April and in October and November. Even during this season, however, the weather is usually good, with limited rainfall even during the wettest periods. Peak seasons are in July, August and December, and May, June and September typically offer a balance of great weather and affordable airfare and hotel rates.
Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, the primary gateway for international travellers coming to the country, but many direct international flights arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali's only airport. Frequent direct flights from Australia and Asian cities arrive directly in Bali, with long-haul flights from Europe and the Americas connecting through Jakarta. A wide variety of frequent domestic flights offer transportation between Bali and other parts of Indonesia.
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Transport to and from Denpasar International Airport is made easy thanks to its car rental facilities, allowing guests to simply drive away during their time spent in Bali. An official taxi counter is located right outside the arrivals hall. Hiring a cab here is as simple as telling the attendant where you intend to travel to. You’ll be asked to pay up front, and be given a receipt before being shown to your car. The taxis travel throughout the local region, from Tanah Lot and Ubud, to Bukit and Candidasa. A bus stop at the airport features 17 buses passing through to take passengers to and from the airport. These buses travel long and short distance.
Denpasar International Airport is also known as the Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport. It’s the third-busiest international airport in the whole of Indonesia, and it has a range of modern facilities to make your time there relaxing. Hotels are available, and ideal if you’re catching a connecting flight, and the many restaurants and cafes serve us delicious Indonesian and world foods. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing meal and a drink before a flight, or you want to grab a quick bite to eat, Denpasar airport has everything you need. Toilet and shower facilities are available, as well ample space in the waiting lounges. The exterior of the building is surprisingly beautiful, too, with traditional statues and ornate walls.