You can travel to Bali for a meditation retreat or for catching some of the best waves in the world, but you can also travel to this Indonesian gem of an island for stellar hiking trails and breathtaking views. Bali is a top destination for hiking and trekking enthusiasts.
If you don’t want too slippery trails, you want to go trekking on Bali in the dry season, from May to September. It doesn’t matter whether you choose to catch the sunrise from Mount Batur, Mount Agung or another peak on the island, you will be rewarded with the most beautiful views.
Trekking on Bali isn’t just for mountaineers and the full-time hikers. There are options for people from all walks of life and you are guaranteed to find a hike or trek of your liking. Are you ready to discover beat altitude on Bali? Let’s go!
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