Bali - Nusa Dua
1 November 2020 - 11 December 2020
7 Night holiday at the Ayoda Resort in Nusa Dua
Return flights to Bali on Emirates Return resort transfers 7 nights accommodation in a Deluxe Room Breakfast Daily All taxes, levies & surcharges (estimate)
Book by 31 May 2020.
Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation. Passport & visa costs (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are not included. Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations. Rebooking and cancellation fees apply. All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified. Standard terms and conditions apply. All discounts and/or special offers have already been included in the package price.
|Base Price:||ZAR 12 840|
|Package Taxes:||ZAR 8 870|
|Total Price:||ZAR 21 710|
|Base Price:||ZAR 14 040|
|Package Taxes:||ZAR 8 870|
|Total Price:||ZAR 22 910|
|Base Price:||ZAR 16 430|
|Package Taxes:||ZAR 8 870|
|Total Price:||ZAR 25 300|
This 5 star beachfront resort resembles a Balinese water palace reflecting Balinese architectural style and elegance with lush tropical gardens and lagoons located along the white sands of Nusa Dua Beach.
Nusa Dua Beach
(Size: 48 m²)
Located on one of four floors of the resort overlooking tropical gardens, pool or lagoon from a private balcony with a en-suite bathroom with a bath and overhead shower. The standard bedding configuration is a king sized bed or two twin size beds. A maximum of 3 guests may be accommodated.
Grande Room (Size: 56 m²)
These rooms are located in one of floors of the resort with views of the lush tropical gardens, pool or lagoon from a private balcony with en-suite bathroom with bath tub and separate shower. The standard bedding configuration is a king sized bed or two twin size beds. A maximum of 3 guests may be accommodated.
Ayodya Palace Room (Size: 56 m²)
Located on the fourth floor of the resort with views of the lush tropical gardens or the Indian ocean from a private outdoor balcony with an en-suite bathroom with a bathtub and separate shower. No children policy below the age of 17 years of age. The standard bedding configuration is a king sized bed or two twin size beds. A maximum of 3 adults may be accommodated. Access to the Ayodya Palace Lounge and privileges are included.
Ayodya Palace Complimentary Benefits
Offers 24 hour dining serving International and Indonesian cuisine.
Club & Grill
Opens 09h00 – 23h00, located on the beachfront serving light snacks, assorted beverages and cocktails.
Located by the main pool serving an all-day alfresco light casual menu with a selection of fresh juices,cocktails and mocktails between 10h00 – 18h00.
A relaxed and sophisticated Italian restaurant serving dinner 18h00 – 22h00.
An authentic Japanese restaurant serving dinner 18h00 – 22h00.
A bar and lounge serving cocktails and some lively entertainment between 07h00 – 24h00.
A bar and lounge located in the main lobby serving traditional light snacks and assorted beverages, open 07h00 – 21h00.
Lagoona Beach Side Restaurant
A beach club atmosphere by day and intimate romantic dining venue by night featuring a delectable selection of top quality barbecue meats such as Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork ,savoury sausages and more. Open 11h00 – 23h00 daily.
The Ayodya Spa by Mandara offers exotic treatments to renew body, mind and spirit comprising of 17 appointed treatment rooms.
Complimentary throughout the resort.
WATERSPORTS & ACTIVITIES (some at a supplement)
WELCOME TO BALI
Bali is so picturesque that you could be fooled into thinking it was an artistic masterpiece: rice paddies roll down hillsides, volcanoes soar through the clouds, the forests are lush and tropical, the beaches are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and in the villages you’ll notice the quietness and wisdom in old people’s faces. Over 20,000 temples and palaces, coupled together with colourful festivals, music and dance is testimony to the island’s rich heritage.
Kuta Beach – first discovered in the 60’s, and once a sleepy fishing village - has now transformed into the centre of Bali’s nightlife and action. Legian is where the locals, tourists and expats all mingle. Bargaining, beach activities, indulging in massages, meditating or simply reading - you name it, it’s available! For a holiday where the emphasis is on relaxation, visit Jimbaran or Sanur Beaches; whilst Nusa Dua caters for the more upmarket taste and is ideal for families and water sport enthusiasts. If beaches aren’t your ideal, then visit Ubud, where the culture and lifestyle of the Balinese wait to be discovered.
You will find a range of chauffeur driven limousines, self-drive cars, taxis and hotel shuttles. Many taxis are not metered so it’s wise to negotiate the fare beforehand. Bemos, or communal buses, are available in smaller villages - simply hail the driver and negotiate the fare that suits you both. Motorcycles can also be hired but road and traffic conditions can be busy and somewhat hazardous in certain locations.
Bali has a tropical climate with temperatures averaging 30°C year round. October to April can bring heavy showers and high humidity, but usually the days are sunny. From May to September the humidity is low, and it can be quite cool in the evenings.
Indonesian is the official language known as Bahasa Indonesian but all the Balinese people also speak Bahasa Bali (Balinese). English is spoken in tourist areas and is the common "third” language of Bali.
WHAT TO WEAR
Light, airy, casual clothes are the most practical and you’ll find cottons or linens are the most comfortable in Bali’s often humid conditions. Pashminas or shawls and waist sashes should be worn when visiting temples. A warm sweater or light jacket can be a good idea in the mountain interiors.
Most hotels use 220 volts, 50 cycles and a round, two-pronged slim plug.
Shorts or revealing clothing are not allowed in religious places. The head is considered sacred and should never be touched. Hand shaking is common practice but avoid using your left hand for handshakes or giving / receiving anything. Public displays of affections between men and women are deemed inappropriate. Like anywhere in South East Asia, calmness is admired so ‘keep your cool’ when bargaining or if things are not running according to plan.
Visitors do not require vaccinations unless coming from or passing through a designated contaminated area. Drink only bottled water and avoid ice unless you know it is made from bottled or boiled water. Be cautious when eating from the food vendors on the street and proper care must be taken against sunburn.
The currency is the Rupiah which is better for bargaining and shopping in markets but US Dollars, Pounds and Euros are accepted at hotels.
A service charge is already included in all prices. Tips, in general, are not mandatory, and you should only give them if you are really content with the service offered.
Bali is 6 hours ahead of South Africa.
WHAT TO DO IN BALI
Climbing a volcano, canyoning, downhill cycling, or a hike through traditional villages will you get you closer to nature and Balinese Culture. Ubud should be on your itinerary – it is indeed special. Bali is a shopping paradise; art work, handicrafts, oils and essence, clothes, shoes, furniture, accessories – you name it. There is surfing for beginners at Kuta, Legian and Seminyak Beaches. Water sport activities can be found at Benoa (jet skiing, paragliding and water skiing). Whatever your age or interest, you will be sure to find plenty to keep you busy.
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