If you are looking for somewhere a little different for your family holiday then why not contemplate an exotic destination, such as Bali.
Here are my 5 reasons why Bali should be top of your list for a villa holiday in 2020.
With its clear waters and wide range of water sports, the beach has to be the number one pull of Bali. Known as a volcanic isle the beaches range from black sand on Canguu’s coastline to the white and grey sands of Kutu’s western coast. Water sports include Parasailing, Jet Skiing, Flying Fishing, Snorkeling, Banana Boating, Flyboarding and so much more. Great for making unforgettable family memories.
You are not confined to the general summer months of May to August, trying to fit a holiday between school break ups and trying to juggle the decent weather. Bali is sunny all year round so you have a full 12 months of scope when it comes to planning a trip away.
Having a family holiday in a villa means you can come and go as you please. You are not constrained to hotel meal times and if you want to spend all day by the pool you don’t have to fight for bed space! Villas in Seminyak are in prime position for families to enjoy both beach and tourist attractions. Booked through Bali Villa Finder, the option of staff on hand throughout your stay is available which makes it even more of a family friendly holiday.
Balinese culture is a mix of Balinese Hindu-Buddhist religion and Balinese customs. With deep roots in spirituality, Bali is well known for its temples and places of worship. The one thing you need to be aware of though is dress code and rules surrounding the temples, they are sacred spaces and respect should be observed at all times.
I will never understand people who go on holiday and stick to English cuisine. One of the things that excites me about Bali is the food! Balinese cuisine uses a variety of spices, blended with the fresh vegetables, meat and fish. Babi Guling is whole spit roast pig which is what the island is famous for and which forms the base for many of their feasts!