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Honeymoon in Candidasa, diving, holiday in Bali, villa, hotel, honeymoon, diving in Tulamben
Bali is great for adventure. Candidasa is one of best place in Bali. Candidasa is a secluded north-eastern beach town located away from the tourist hot spots of Sanur, Kuta and Nusa Dua in the tranquiHoneymoon in Candidasa, diving, holiday in Bali, villa, hotel, honeymoon, diving in Tulambenl and traditional eastern ‘real Bali’. Candidasa is physically and culturally extremely beautiful, it is widely accepted that Bali’s most beautiful scenes are in the northeast where black sand beaches meet vast rich flowing rice terraces, and huge mountains decorated by luscious tropical forests and of course the impressive presence of the Volcano.

Candidasa is not ten minutes away from the airport, Denpasar or the tourist hotspots, which is the one of the main attractions for most people who visits. Offering unspoilt landscapes and culture where you can find your own tropical paradise and indulge in the real Balinese charm that still remains unchanged here despite the growth of tourism and what’s best of all there is no need to sacrifice luxury accommodation to experience this. 
Candidasa, scuba diving in candidasa, villa, hotel, honeymoon
You can stay in selection of high quality hotels, villas, traditional Balinese bungalow villas and modern contemporary villas. Many of these have infinity pools, luscious natural spas and all luxury services one may expect from the southern more tourist populated areas. These are well spaced out along the long sea front with very large grounds and gardens that further the secluded feel. There are also a few budget places although surprisingly it can be difficult to barter to the prices you can easily get in Kuta. There is also the presence of specific diving resorts in this area and listed on this site.
The resorts here generally have very cozy restaurants offering exceptional cuisine from around the world and Bali’s famous breathtaking BBQ fish and seafood with delicate salads and side dishes often served on the beach front, by the pool or on terrace balconies but always somewhere with an amazing view.

Activitisnorkeling, Honeymoon in Candidasa, diving, holiday in Bali, villa, hotel, honeymoon, diving in Tulambenes include beautiful hiking for all abilities down to leisurely strolls, cycling, swimming, diving and snorkelling. The diving and snorkelling in this area of Bali is unreal, some of the best diving in the world is very close by such as the Liberty wreck in Tulamben and various sites in Amed and Candidasa itself. Boat trips can be taken from this are directly to Nusa Lembogan and Lombok for small guided or unguided trips and diving, surf specific trips. In the Candidasa there are also many points of interest including the islands mother temple of Pura Besakih and local indigenous villages. Adventure trips can be taken into the mountains, up the volcano and for white-water rafting is also popular.

In round up Candidasa is comfortably located in the centre of the most untouched and culturally r
Honeymoon in Candidasa, diving, holiday in Bali, villa, hotel, honeymoon, diving in Tulambenich corner of Bali and can be enjoyed in high-class accommodation. An ideal location for couples honeymooners and mid to high budget dive orientated travelers who will all bask in the natural and cultural tranquillity surrounding Bali’s most sacred area. The beach side traditional style bungalows are recommended here to really get the full experience. For those who search tranquillity and distance from the rat race Candidasa is tropical perfection. Let's honeymoon in Candidasa.


footprint said...

wow... your blog is just wonderful. makes me want to go to bali! full of beautiful pictures and information. you know what? i went trans java island travelling too... last February but didnt spend much time in Bali as i just had 2 days there and didnt want to move around too much and end up seeing nothing. i need to go to bali and lombok!

Kaizu said...

Thank you for the introduction of this Blog. I like Nature scene.

Laurie Powers said...

I love your blog. I was in Indonesia in 2005 - scuba diving in Sulawesi. Hopefully I can make it to Bali next time. Thanks for your comment on my blog!