Why Travel To Bali?
Sipping cocktails in infinity pools with jungle views, jumping in the water for a surf lesson, or finding your zen in a yoga class – Bali delivers all of this and more.
Rice terraces, rugged volcanoes, and pristine beaches make up the landscape of Bali. The spirituality of its people is demonstrated in temples all around the island dedicated to different holy relics. When you travel with The Solo Female Traveler Network on our Bali Meetup Tour, you’ll soak in hot springs and get invited into local homes to learn the sacred making of offerings. Cook Balinese food with the freshest ingredients and explore the marine life of crystal clear waters of neighboring Gili Trawangan.
Must Eat Dishes
- Babi guling: literally translates to “turning pig,” since it is hand turned over an open fire. A classic balinese dish
- Mie goreng: stir fried noodles with your choice of meat, vegetables, egg noodles, and soy sauce.
- Sate (satay): marinated, skewered and grilled meats. Usually cooked with a rich blend of spices and served with spicy sauce
- Enjoy a private Balinese cooking class at a local’s home.
- Spend the day snorkeling past underwater statues and exploring small islands.
- Meet the community of KIM, and organization bettering the lives of women and girls.
- Ubud, the cultural heartland of Bali
- Gili Trawangan Island
Need to know
Solo Female Travel
Bali is a staple on most solo female travelers’ list of places to travel. It’s safe for women and can be traveled on any type of budget. Some pickpocketing happens in more touristy areas, so exercising a normal amount of precaution is recommended. There is no public transportation, so hiring drivers is how you get around. When you travel with us, we’ll take you to the spots that made Bali famous as well as some far-flung gems yet to be added to the tourist trail.