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Escape To Bali | FREE Water Sports at Benoa Beach6 days & 5 nights
INR 59,750
Bali Special Couple Package | FREE Excursion to Nusa Penida5 days & 4 nights
INR 23,800
Exclusive Bali Honeymoon | FREE Snorkeling Experience6 days & 5 nights
INR 34,500
The Bali Adventure for 18-39 Years YOUNG Adults7 days & 6 nights
INR 39,900
Ultimate Bali Adventure | FREE Mount Batur Trek7 days & 6 nights
INR 41,250
Bali Experience | FREE Bali Swing Tickets8 days & 7 nights
INR 47,750

Book Thrillophilia’s Bali packages from Mumbai that come along with fantastic deals and discounts. Our packages are carefully designed to meet your unique needs and preferences, so you can enjoy your vacation without any hassle.

Through our package, we allow you to explore the enchanting beauty, rich culture, and historical heritage of Bali. With Thrillophilia’s customizable approach, you can say goodbye to hours of planning and embrace a delightful vacation with your friends and family.

Our meticulously curated itineraries let you witness the incredible cultural parks, pristine beaches, picturesque temples, and breathtaking natural beauty. From exploring ancient temples like Tanah Lot to basking on the pristine beaches of Nusa Dua, each of our packages promises a diverse and enriching experience. With our package, you can even enjoy the perks of discounted hotel rates and local transfer services.

So, embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey by booking Bali tour packages from Mumbai from Thrillophilia and uncover the magic of Bali!

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Places to Visit on Bali Trip From Mumbai

Here are some of the best places to visit in Bali:

1. Sekumpul Waterfall: Sekumpul Waterfall is a cluster of seven falls in Bali that plunge from great heights to create a beautiful spectacle. It features lush greenery, rice fields, stairs to reach the waterfall, and a water pool for a refreshing dip.

2. Bali Safari and Marine Park Gianyar: If you are looking for a whimsical adventure in Bali, you can head to the Bali Safari and Marine Park Gianyar. It is not just a safari but an open zoo with creatures from various continents.

3. Garuda Wishnu: Included in the Bali packages from Mumbai, Garuda Wishnu is a vast cultural park that is known for its iconic 120-metre tall statue of Lord Vishnu riding Garuda. It is a wonderful place to devote a day to the nature, spirituality, and culture of Bali.

4. Tirta Empul Temple: Located in Manukaya in Central Bali, Tirta Empul Temple is a revered site with a tale of good over evil. It is a National Heritage Site with pools, fish ponds, and purification baths that let you explore the old paths, statues, and lush gardens.

5. Kuta Beach: From a fishing village to a tourist delight, Kuta Beach offers colourful chairs, classy resorts, and thrilling waves. Transformed with eateries, bars, and resorts, it is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts who are fond of surfing.

Things to Do on Bali Tour From Mumbai

Here are some of the best things to do in Bali:

1. Visit Tegallalang Rice Terraces:
 Paying a visit to Tegallalang Rice Terraces is one of the best things to do on your Bali packages from Mumbai. Perfect for photography or a chill day outdoors, it allows you to dive into local culture with village tours and showcase your bargaining skills for the best souvenirs.

2. Experience Wildlife at Bali Zoo: If you are fond of animals, you can go on a wildlife expedition at Bali Zoo. It provides a wonderful opportunity to see African Lions, Saltwater Crocodiles, and exotic birds closely.

3. Go for a Splash at Waterbom: You can beat the heat of Bali at Waterbom, which is a 3.8-hectare water park with thrilling rides and dining options. With 17 waterslides, rafts, boogie boards, and a swim-up bar, it makes a fun day for the whole family.

4. Trek to Mount Batur: Embark on a thrilling two-hour trek to Mount Batur, walking on volcanic rocks. Begin at midnight with headlamps and experience the breathtaking sunrise, accompanied by the stunning view of Mount Agung.

5. Explore the Bali Bird Park: Another remarkable activity to do on your Bali trip is exploring the Bali Bird Park. It gives you a chance to encounter more than 250 bird species in their natural habitat.

Best Time to Go For Bali Trip From Mumbai

Bali, a tropical haven, offers a perfect escape year-round. Opt for Bali packages from Mumbai and experience the island's beauty in every season. During the dry season (April-October), revel in sunshine, ideal for exploring pristine beaches and vibrant cultural events. The wet season (November-March) transforms Bali into a lush paradise, perfect for spa retreats and witnessing lush landscapes. Visiting during the off-peak season also means fewer crowds, providing a more intimate experience. Regardless of when you go, Bali promises enchanting landscapes, warm hospitality, and a diverse range of experiences.

How to Reach Bali From Mumbai

By Air: Air is the convenient mode of transportation to travel between Bali and Mumbai. Since there are no direct flights, you can choose to hop on an indirect connecting flight from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai to Denpasar International Airport in Bali. With a layover in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and Kolkata, the airlines that operate on this route are IndiGo, Batik Air, Air India, Vistara, Vietnam Airlines, Thai Airways, and Malaysia Airlines. It will take you around eight hours to travel a distance of about 5,553 kilometres to reach your final destination.

Weather in Bali

1. April to October: From April to October, Bali experiences the dry summer season with temperatures ranging between 27 and 32 degrees Celsius. There is little to no rainfall during this time and the weather remains favourable to enjoy a memorable vacation in Bali. The month of May is truly a treat for water sports lovers as they get a chance to indulge in activities like swimming and snorkelling.

2. November to March: Bali enjoys the winter season from November to March. During this time, the temperature ranges between 24 to 29 degrees Celsius with high precipitation and humid climate. The place remains less crowded at this time, opening a chance to explore the attractions and activities at a discounted rate.

3. December and January: Bali experiences the heaviest rainfall of the year in the months of December and January. The average rainfall at this time counts up to 300 millimetres. Despite the rain, these months draw tourists from different corners of the world for Christmas and New Year celebrations.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How much does the Bali tour cost?
Bali packages from Mumbai typically cost between IDR 76,14,048.58 to IDR 1,10,73,270.65 (approximately INR 40,500 to INR 58,900) for six to eight days. This cost includes everything from its breathtaking beaches and mountains to waterfalls and scenic rice terraces. It allows you to explore iconic landmarks, such as Lake Batur, Goa Gajah Temple, and Uluwatu Temple, along with adventurous wildlife sanctuaries. With this price, you can get a chance to explore both the nature and architecture of Bali on a budget.

2. Do Indians need a visa to travel to Bali?
No, Indians do not require a visa on Bali tours from Mumbai if they are visiting the place for less than 30 days. However, you need to grab a visa exclusion stamp at the customs office of the airport for short visits. On the other hand, Bali visas are necessary for people planning to stay on the island for more than 30 days.

3. Are there any direct flights to Bali from Mumbai?
No, there are no direct flights for a Bali trip from Mumbai. But, you can book an indirect connecting flight with a layover in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, or Kolkata. Some of the well-known airlines that operate on this route are IndiGo, Batik Air, Air India, Vistara, Vietnam Airlines, Thai Airways, and Malaysia Airlines. The first flights of the day operated by IndiGo and Indonesia AirAsia depart at 12.10 a.m., while the last one run by Garuda Indonesia leaves at 11.45 p.m.

4. What currency is used in Bali, and is it necessary to exchange money before visiting Bali?
Bali uses the Indonesian Rupiah as their official currency, which is abbreviated as IDR. Although it is not necessary, it is a smart idea to exchange your Indian Rupees (INR) for IDR before visiting Bali. You will not only get better exchange rates in India but also incur lower fees as compared to Bali.

5. Is a trip to Bali expensive?
No, a trip to Bali from Mumbai is not expensive. It is a budget-friendly Indonesian tourist destination that offers something for every budget group. Whether you are looking for an affordable journey or a luxury vacation, Bali has got you covered. It attracts numerous nomads and backpackers to enjoy the beauty of the place without breaking the bank.

6. Can we use the Indian ATM card in Bali?
Yes, you can use your Indian visa ATM card to withdraw Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) in Bali. But, you should make sure that your card is set up for international transactions. If you are visiting the extreme sides of the island, it is necessary to carry some cash as ATM cards will be of no use in these locations.

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Sai Charan
Reviewed: 28 Oct 2023
5.0/5
We had the best experience on our Bali trip because of the decision we took by planning our itinerary  with Thrillophilia. The team was so cooperative and cleared the doubts with much patience. From the point we arrived in Bali to the time we left, the guide helped us in all aspects like waiting for... Read More
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Niloy Dey
Reviewed: 01 Apr 2024
5.0/5
It was a really great time we spend. Driver was very friendly and good person. We stayed in multiple hotels. Each hotel was very goo and also the stuffs.
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Shweta Tiwari
Reviewed: 06 Apr 2023
5.0/5
Thank u for making this trip memorable for us. The whole thrillophilla team was available throughout the trip. The local staff and guide were quite knowledgeable. We created a lot of memories, thanks to the well planned trip. Would love you trouble you again for another trip 😜
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Sathishkumar Chandru
Reviewed: 14 Nov 2022
5.0/5
Bali is more than a place. It’s a mood, it’s magical. It’s a tropical state of mind. Well you did it again Thrillophilia. There you go.. A Fabulous experience from Thrill & the journey starts in most beautiful island #Bali and begins with -> Pickup from airport by Best Travel Guide (who take care ... Read More
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Sachin Biyani
Reviewed: 23 Jul 2023
5.0/5
Thanks to thrillophilia team They make our 25th anniversary vacation trip memorable Specially our tour manager Pooja mam help us for going smoothly all things Rooms & atmosphere are good Breakfast is best at Rama beach resort kuta Car is good with well behaved driver
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Shantala Naveen
Reviewed: 07 May 2023
5.0/5
I loved the beautiful temples such as Lempuyang temple. The view of the mountain through the gates of heaven was stunning. It was also extremely fun feeding the fish at thirtha ganga. The water sports experience was fantastic, we loved jet skiing and doing the sea walk.
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