Packed full of exciting adventures, cultural excursions and interactions this volunteer gap adventure includes language lessons, visits to various temples around Bali and a walking tour of Ubud and its famous Monkey street. You’ll also take a look at local art and participate in cooking classes, as well as traditional dance shows and flower arranging classes.
Indonesia is a haven for adventure seekers, and on the Bali Adventure programme you’ll find out why. Bali is actually one of the more than 17000 islands that make up Indonesia. It’s also regarded as one of the most exciting destinations in the world, thanks to its abundance of diverse landscapes.
The sights of Bali range from exotic rice terraces, active volcanoes, an incredible undersea water bed and tropical jungles. Then there is the idyllic white sandy beaches and unexplored caves. On the gap holiday Bali Adventure programme you’ll find yourself traversing spice plantations by bicycle, trekking up the side of a volcano to watch the sun rise, rafting through rapids and visiting sea turtles at the conservation centre. Yes, it really is that much fun.
The Bali Adventure is most suitable for adventure seekers with a moderate level of fitness so that they can enjoy activities such as cycling, trekking, and rafting.
Monday to Friday
With accommodation based just outside of Ubud, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore the local traditions, tasty cuisine, and way of life in the surrounding village throughout your gap venture week in Bali.
After all, Balinese locals are known for complex (and delicious) flavours in their cooking, intricate handicrafts, hand-carved teak temples, and a diverse range of impressive performing arts, music, and puppetry.
Activities planned for the week include: