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Ultimate Ambassador Retreat: Bali

11 days, 3 cities
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From $2729 with flights

Stair formations of rich greenery surrounded by palm trees and bright sunshine
Stair formations of rich greenery surrounded by palm trees and bright sunshine
A woman swinging from a very tall rope swing overlooking the jungle
A single ornate temple located at the edge of a high cliff overlooking a beach
A bright orange temple in Bali with various stone figures placed around the temple
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Itinerary

  • Day 1: Overnight Flight

    Board your overnight flight, bound for Indonesia. If you haven’t already, now would be a good time to switch all your clocks to island time.

  • Day 2: Arrive in Bali

    Welcome to Bali, referred to as the Island of the Gods by some, and paradise by all. You’ll likely arrive late in the day, so take the evening to settle in to your accommodations and meet your new travel friends.

    Today's highlights:

    • Meet an EF representative at the airport.
    • Transfer to your accommodation and check in.
    • Receive the latest schedule from your Tour Director.
    • Meet your fellow travelers as they arrive.
  • Day 3: Tanah Lot Tour + Welcome Lunch

    Ah, your first full day in Bali. Venture into central Bali with your Tour Director to get your first taste of Balinese Hindu temples. Then feel that sea breeze as you enjoy a leisurely afternoon and evening on your own in Seminyak.

    Today's highlights:

    • Explore Taman Ayun, a beautiful and serene temple surrounded by a moat.
    • Visit Tanah Lot, a Hindu temple that sits atop an off-shore rock formation and houses a spring of holy water.
    • Enjoy an included Welcome Lunch with your fellow travelers at an authentic local spot.

    Free time suggestions

    Sunset at Seminyak Beach: Nothing beats watching the sunset on a beach. Except for watching a sunset on a beach in Bali. And once the sun goes down, you’re steps away from plenty of shops and restaurants.

    Balinese Spa: Looking to relax? Good thing you’re in paradise. Head to a Balinese spa for a massage and a chance to start your trip off on the right foot.

  • Day 4: Free Day in Seminyak

    Feel that sea breeze as you enjoy a leisurely day on your own in Seminyak. Lounge on the beach near your hotel, do some shopping, and say “I could get used to this” over and over.

    Free time suggestions

    The Beach: When you step onto Seminyak Beach, you’ll wonder why it’s not packed with tourists. White sand and plenty of space—the perfect place to spend the day.

    Shopping at Seminyak Square: Whether you’re looking for high-end shopping or local souvenirs, you can find it in this buzzing square.

  • Day 5: Cooking Class as Guliang Village + Ubud Monkey Forest

    When you want to learn all about Balinese cooking and food culture, there’s no better place to go than a farming village. More specifically, a village called Subak Guilang. Here you’ll partake in an interactive and authentic cooking (and eating) class.

    Today's highlights:

    • Head to central Bali to the farming village of Subak Guilang.
    • Gather the ingredients, prepare the food, and treat your taste buds to incredible Balinese flavors.
    • Venture into the rice field and learn why the Balinese people view rice as a gift from God.
    • Travel to Ubud, one of Bali’s most popular destination and the island’s hub of art and culture.
    • Get to know some Balinese monkeys in Ubud Monkey Forest.

    Free time suggestions

    Balinese dance performance: You can find this traditional performance at various temples around Ubud. You can see ancient storytelling dances, religious performances, and even fire dancing.

    Ubud Market: This market has everything you could ever need—clothes, food, souvenirs, and all kinds of people watching opportunities.

  • Day 6: Morning Yoga + Holy Temples Tour

    Two words: Yoga. Barn. This full-service yoga studio and holistic healing retreat is located right in the center of Bali. Say “om” as you participate in a group yoga class with your fellow travelers. Then in the afternoon, enjoy a tour of some of Bali’s most important Hindu temples.

    Today's highlights:

    • Start your morning with a 90-minute yoga class—geared toward beginners, but all levels are welcome.
    • Enjoy an included lunch overlooking rice fields.
    • Study the many menacing faces carved into the stone at the temple of Goa Gajan.
    • End your temple tour at Tampak Siring, where you can purify your body and soul in the temple’s holy water (if you’re into that kind of thing).
    • Visit the impressive rice terraces of Tegalalang, one of the most photographed spots in Bali.

    Free time suggestions

    Coffee shops: Need a little caffeine boost? Ubud’s many cafes are always full of locals, expats, and tourists. You can try typical Balinese coffee, smoothies, and a variety of light bites.

    ARMA art museum: A window into Balinese culture, this museum houses collections of contemporary and traditional art. Depending on your timing, you may be able to enjoy dance or theatre performances as well.

  • Day 7: Canyon Tubing Adventure

    Simply reading the words “canyon tubing” should give you an adrenaline rush. Visit the Siap River and experience its beauty from a unique perspective: your private inflatable tube.

    Today's highlights:

    • Awaken your senses as you ride through the jungle in an off-road vehicle to the starting point of your river adventure.
    • Hop in your tube and let the river do its thing—no paddling needed.
    • Open your eyes and ears for the sights and sounds of the wilderness (i.e. birds and monkeys, duh).
    • Finish with the Campuhan Ridge walk, a truly mellow and awe-inspiring hike.
  • Day 8: Optional Mt. Batur Sunrise Trek + Travel to Nusa Dua

    Today has the potential to be one of the longest, but most unforgettable days of your trip. If you’re up for it, join the optional sunrise hike to Mt. Batur (heads up, bus leaves at 2am). Then in the afternoon, your journey through Bali continues to the Benoa peninsula, famous for its restaurants, open-air cafes, and beaches.

    Today's highlights:

    • Enjoy your last morning in Ubud.
    • Travel by bus to Tanjung Benoa, where you’ll spend your final two nights in Bali.

    Mt. Batur Hike & Hot Springs (extra cost)

    Hike Mount Batur, an active volcano—reaching the summit for sunrise views. Fuel up with an included breakfast, stop at Toya Bungkah Hot Springs for a relaxing dip, then enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

    Why wait? Save money by booking this optional excursion before your trip departs.

  • Day 9: Free Day in Nusa Dua + Visit Uluwatu Temple at Sunset

    Your last day in Bali is going to be a relaxing one. You have the entire day to do as you please. And lucky for you, you’re staying on the coast, just steps from some of Bali’s most beautiful beaches.

    Today's highlights:

    • Head out for an evening at Uluwatu Temple, a sea temple perched high on a steep cliff.
    • Look out at the setting sun and crashing waves of the Indian Ocean from 230 feet up.
    • Sit back and watch as up to a hundred men perform a traditional Balinese dance.n* the water. Pick up some snorkeling gear, hop on a banana boat, or check out any of the other activities at your (sandy) fingertips.

    Free time suggestions

    Beaches: To some, Bali is first and foremost a beach paradise. Head out of your hotel and you’ll notice there are beaches as far as the eye can see. The only wrong choice you can make is not putting on sunscreen—nobody wants to get burned on the last day.

    Water sports: Go beyond the sand for some fun in the water. Pick up some snorkeling gear, hop on a banana boat, or check out any of the other activities at your (sandy) fingertips.

    Farewell Dinner
    Share some last laughs (and maybe shed a few tears) at an included farewell dinner with the group.

  • Days 10–11: Fly Home

    Selamat tinggal teman!
    Translation: Goodbye friends! Your next destination awaits—home. Before you head to the airport, enjoy your last few moments together. Take one more group photo. Grab that final drink. (Fine, maybe a couple of drinks.) But this isn’t goodbye. It’s “See you later.” The only question is, where?

    – OR –

    EXTEND YOUR TRIP 2 WAYS

    1. Double the fun
    A lot of our trips line up back to back! Give us a call—we can help you add another and save big while you're at it.

    2. Go ahead or stay behind
    Extending your trip is easy! During checkout, you'll have the option to fly to (or from) the gateway of your choice for an additional fee. We'll adjust your flights accordingly, but you'll be responsible to take care of your transportation, hotels, and other logistics outside of tour.

    Note: Depending on your desired gateways, additional fees may apply.

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