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Views of Love: Bali Beaches Trail with Sunset and Kecak Dance performance at Uluwatu

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  • Duration

    10 hours

  • Start time


  • Meeting Point
    Pick up from your hotel. (Please mention your hotel name and address at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, our customer service executives will get in touch and confirm the details)
  • Ending Point

    Same as the start point

Key Highlights

  • Visit Bali’s hub of luxury resorts and an impeccably pristine beach at Nusa Dua
  • Feast your eyes on the gorgeous limestone cliffs arching over the beautiful Pandawa Beach
  • Indulge in a session of canoeing over clear blue waters of the Pandawa Beach
  • Explore the popular Padang Padang Beach, featured as one of the incredible locales in ‘Eat, Pray, Love’
  • Treat yourself to a dose of leisure or a thrilling surf at one of the most legendary spots in the world - Padang Padang
  • Savour an unforgettable sunset and true visual ecstasy at the Uluwatu Temple
  • Charm yourself with a fascinating Kecak Dance performance
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Weaving its way through one of the prettiest coastal stretches in Bali and ending with one of the best sunset experiences of your life, this tour presents you with the magic of this Island of the Gods. Our first halt is the impeccable Nusa Dua Beach, home to Bali’s very own hub of resorts. Clean white sand beaches, vivid blue waters and a delightfully laid out area comprising of both contemporary pleasures as well as traditional highlights, Nusa Dua never fails to amaze.

Pandawa Beach, next on our itinerary, is an equally stunning white sand beach. What stands out for Pandawa, however, is how it is astonishingly hidden by gorgeous limestone cliffs which form a crowning arch over the immaculate waters. These cliffs had formed out from building the pretty, winding road leading down to the beach and is a sight to behold. Oh, and did we tell you that you can treat yourself to a rejuvenating swim or even canoeing on these glorious waters?

Even though it is home to one of best surfing spots in Bali, Padang Padang Beach, our final beach stopover for the day, is a treat for wave riders and leisure lovers alike. With one of the most consistent and legendary surfing points, the beach attracts surfers from across the world. Padang Padang’s real claim to fame, however? It was one of the romantic settings for the popular Julia Robert’s movie, ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ where she falls in love with Javier Bardem, featured as a resident of Bali!

While our beach sojourn is over, your visual ecstasies are not. Our final destination is the exquisite Uluwatu Temple where you can enjoy a sensational sunset and an enthralling Kecak Dance performance. Watching the charming Balinese dancers perform scenes from the Ramayana around fire while the sun forms an apt backdrop, floating amidst an infinite vista of colours in the sky, is truly an experience you won’t forget for a lifetime. There’s is something mystically opulent about the entire setting and honestly it is one of the best ways to conclude a day of sightseeing in Bali!

About The Supplier:

Started by a passionate young man from Ubud, Hire Bali Drivers is one of our closest travel partners in Bali and your best bet for an authentic Balinese experience. An extensive background in the hospitality industry and a desire to get travellers up close and personal with the enchanting world of Bali, The Last Paradise, has given birth to a travel service that is not just professional but exquisitely authentic as well.


  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (Convenience comes knocking right on your doors!)
  • Bottled water
  • All entrance fees (Your entries are on us!)


  • Meals (It’s still a feast for your senses!)

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