Dawn Boomerangs

Benoa Bali

Bali Dawn Boomerang Nomads!!

The Bali page for all those that would like to meet up with a fellow Cruise Critic Dawn Boomerangs members. I have added a few links that have some useful and interesting information about Bali

Day

Arrival

Departure

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

7:00 AM

5:00 PM

Benoa Bali Travel Service

Wikipedia’s Bali

Official Website

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2 Comments »

  1. Several of us have hired a Private vehicle to take us to the Tara Elephant Park and show us some of the sights on the return.

    Here’s the link to the Elephant Park brochure http://www.baliadventuretours.com/images/brochure/Bali_Adventure_Tours_Brochure%20Download.pdf

    Sue and Sandy (Red Hat Cruise Cat)

    Comment by Sue and Sandy — February 8, 2012 @ 6:27 am

  2. Entering Bali: one need a special VISA to enter Bali
    the visa is organized by the Princess crew.

    You need also Indonesian money or US dollars for local expenses.

    Tendering: if you book a princess excursion, there will be no problem with the tender service. Private organized tours could take longer to get the tender ?
    I don’t want to take a chance to miss Bali, so I booked the elephant tour as well as the traditional one, and will decide which one we do that day during the cruise.

    Traditional Villages: Celuk, Penglipuran & Ubud
    DPS-102 | Bali (Benoa), Indonesia
    Explore some of the arts and crafts villages of Bali. A day full of activities includes visits to a village famed for its gold and silver making, a shrine built on a mountain slope, lunch overlooking Mt. Batur and plenty of photo opportunities.

    or
    Elephant Safari
    DPS-470 | Bali (Benoa), Indonesia
    Take a jaw-dropping ride on top of an elephant! This once-in-a-lifetime adventure begins at the Taro Elephant Safari where you can touch and feed the elephants, watch their playful bathing rituals, and take a 35-minute guided ride through the forest. Later, enjoy lunch on the terrace.

    Comment by Hubert Savelberg — February 11, 2012 @ 11:09 am


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