Get Wet and Wild in Bali

Bali Activities

Calm lagoons rimmed by sugar-soft sand, ripping waves crashing into cliff-bordered beaches, and crystal clear waters housing coral reefs teeming with marine life—Bali’s got something for everyone who wants to splash into a bit of adventure. From cruising down dizzying slides at amusement parks to crashing through whitewater rapids on rafting adventures, water activities in Bali go far beyond your usual aquatic pastimes. On your next holiday in Bali, cool off by exploring underwater worlds with futuristic contraptions, learning how to catch a stiff breeze to kitesurf through incoming waves, or rappelling down waterfalls in jungle-draped river canyons.

Read More
Waterbom Bali

Family-friendly adventure awaits thrill-seekers and little swimmers alike at Waterbom Bali, where you can plunge down massive slides and float around on lazy rivers. Drop 65 feet (20 m) before getting whipped around on the Boomerang, race your friends on the Boogie Ride, or blow your hair back on the Race Track, an 8-story slide where you can reach speeds of up to 43 miles per hour (70 km/h). Kids can team up with parents for a float down the Lazy River, or cool off on their own in supervised play areas packed with water cannons, jets, and little rides. And for grown-ups, a swim-up pool bar is the perfect place to grab a drink without having to dry off. Read More...

There are more ways to get underwater than with fins and a snorkel. Team up with Aqua Star to walk along the ocean floor with a breathable helmet, and then hop onto the seat of an underwater scooter to cruise the depths in style. After you’ve strolled among starfish and cruised by sea turtles, head back to the boat for an exhilarating ride atop an inflatable toy that’s built to catch big air as it’s towed. Read More...

River Kayaking

Dip your paddle into the whitewater of the Ayung River on an inflatable kayaking excursion with Bali Adventure Tours. Navigate narrow canyons and steep drops, float down serene stretches of calm river, and test your paddling skills on Class II and III rapids. Once you’ve finished cruising Bali’s longest river, settle up on shore for a tasty lunch of Indonesian fare. Read More...

Lace up your hiking boots and trek into the heart of Bali’s wild forest to seek out a river canyon sprinkled with tumbling cascades and misty falls. When you arrive, slip into a harness, strap on a helmet, and find out how to rappel down the face of the falls. Traverse the narrow stretch of river known as the Canyon of Fire with help from your experienced guides, and then set up camp in beneath the jungle canopy to fall asleep to the sounds of chattering monkeys and exotic birds. Read More...

For first-timers unfamiliar with Flyboarding, imagine a water-powered jetpack for your feet. Take that contraption out into the calm lagoons on Bali’s sun-kissed shoreline and you’ve got an activity that screams wet and wild. With tips and feedback from the staff at BenoaFlyboard to guide you, work on aerial maneuvers normally reserved for superheroes and stunt planes. Perform daring flips, dizzying corkscrews, and stomach-dropping dives as you rise above the surface of the water and get a feel for the thrill of Flyboard flight. Read More...

Windsurfing Lesson

Bali is known for its world-class surf spots. From the consistent sets of Canggu to the pros-only breaks beneath Uluwatu’s towering cliffs, there’s something for everyone that wants to catch a wave. But the island is also an excellent place to add some air to your ride with a windsurfing lesson. At the Rip Curl School of Surf, you can hit the water with experienced windsurfers to hone your skills, whether you’re a rookie looking to catch their first puff of wind, or a seasoned rider who wants some advice on catching Bali’s best breeze. Read More...

Rate This Place: ( votes)

Tours You May Like

  • Bali for Foodies and Culinary Adventurers

    A swirling mix of Indonesian, Chinese, and Indian flavors combine to create the culinary tapestry that is Balinese food. Read More»

  • 5 Unforgettable Ways to Watch a Bali Sunset

    Skies saturated in hues of gold, pink, red, and orange are the backdrop of dream vacations, and on Bali, the evening’s Read More»

  • 5 Ways to Pamper Yourself in Bali

    A holiday in Bali just wouldn’t be complete without a traditional Balinese massage, which weaves together the traditions Read More»

  • 9 Ways to Get your Adrenaline Pumping in Bali

    Bali’s sun-drenched beaches and serene mountain towns are the perfect place for those looking to slow life down a bit, Read More»

  • 5 Shopping Tours in Bali

    Elevate your shopping game beyond cheap souvenirs and knock-off handicrafts and dive into the works of incredibleluwak Read More»

  • 6 Wet and Wild Tours in Bali

    Calm lagoons rimmed by sugar-soft sand, ripping waves crashing into cliff-bordered beaches, and crystal clear waters Read More»

  • 7 Spiritual Tours in Bali

    Bali’s spiritual side is almost impossible to miss. Puffs of incense rise from small offerings of flowers in front of Read More»

  • 10 Great Things to Do for Muslim Travellers

    Check out this selection of tours and activities in Bali that are popular with Muslim travellers and non-Muslims alike. Read More»

  • 10 Extravagant Things to Do in Bali

    Experience Bali beyond the common sightseeing and attractions, with these best luxury tours – be it in the air, on land Read More»

Hotels.com

Talk to us!

Help us keep this site up-to-date by sending us your comments:


Loading...