In the last year Bali has been at the forefront of everyones minds. So here’s our 10 day Bali itinerary to help you plan exactly where to go in Bali.
Getting around Bali couldn’t be easier. There are generally 3 options:
We always choose to rent scooters, which start at around 50,000 IDR per day, and explore ourselves.
However be sure to read up on our Renting A Scooter In Bali guide beforehand!
Most accommodations will allow you to store your big bags with them, even after checkout.
So if you’re comfortable on two wheels, and looking for somewhere to rent scooters from, you can book a trusted scooter rental here.
Another option is to rent a driver, which is pretty popular for day trips around Bali, and they start at around 500,000 IDR per day (8 hours).
You can opt for standard 5 seater vans, or larger minibuses for bigger groups.
This is a great option for those looking to design their own itinerary. Simply jump in, tell you driver exactly where you wish to go, and he’ll navigate the most efficient route.
If you’re looking for for a reliable service, you can book a private car with a driver for the day here.
Some of the best days out we’ve had in Bali have been on private tours.
For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
There’s even a Bali: Full-Day Instagram Highlights Tour, for those looking to photograph its most recognisable locations.
From sunrise hikes, to waterfall treks and island hopping, there’s plenty to keep you busy on the bustling island!
Best Time To Visit Bali
The best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the island’s dry season.
This is when you can enjoy all the island has to offer, from beach days to trekking, with generally the perfect weather conditions.
For cheaper prices and fewer crowds, November to March is the best time. (Excluding Christmas and New Year.)
However, this is the wet season and it can be pretty hot and humid with some heavy down pours.
Remember, this is just a guide, so you may want to mix it up and add/subtract different attractions.
What To Pack
A foodies heaven and most tourists preferred place to stay in Bali.
Don’t forget to indulge in the local culture though by trying out some of the Best Warungs In Canggu. Here you’ll find all the Indonesian dishes such as gado-gado, nasi goreng and rendang curries.
You will also find lots of beautiful markets in Canggu, selling all kinds of chic and start-up fashion labels. We guarantee you won’t walk away with your hands empty.
Canggu is the place where many people extend their stay because it has a certain homely feel to it.
If you’re asking yourself what should I definitely have on my 10 day Bali itinerary? Then the zen capital of Ubud is the single place where every one of your expectations will be fulfilled.
If you want nature and relaxation for sunset, take a walk along Campuhan Ridge Walk.
If you want to learn how to make some of the local dishes, check out Paon Bali Cooking Class.
Over all a home for yoga and meditation, Ubud will definitely have an impact for no matter how long you visit.
If it’s white beaches and island life you’re looking for, then these three are a slice of heaven!
This is the ultimate bucket list tick on most peoples 10 day Bali itinerary.
Just a 40 minute boat ride from the main land, the Nusa islands have become super famous through social media.
Thanks to Kelingking Beach and a few other equally as crazy spots, they’re definitely a ‘must visit’ in Bali!
Uluwatu, Nusa Dua & Jimbaran are the southern bubble of Bali.
They also all act as a great place to unwind and somewhere where you can find some of the best beaches in Bali.
With spots such as Padang Padang, Bingin and Melasti Beach you won’t be stuck for ideas on where to visit.
There are plenty of great surf spots and places to explore in the south and you may even come across the famous abandoned airplane. A perfect final stop before you head back to the airport yourself.
If you’re short on time, be sure to check out our 5 day Bali itinerary.
For pre-booking accommodation when travelling, we always recommend Booking.com!
From 5 star hotels, to budget backpacker hostels, it’s got everything and the site is super easy to use.
We’ve actually written a full Where To Stay In Bali Guide which covers a break down of each individual area on the island.
Otherwise you can pre book all of your Bali accommodation and check the latest prices on Booking.com.