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Best of Bali

Bali is without doubt one of the world’s best travel destinations – and it’s easy to see why. With its pristine beaches, rich culture, world-class dining destinations and awesome family attractions in every neighbourhood, Bali is a wanderluster’s dream come true. Whether you want a sun-soaked beach getaway, a relaxing spa break, an off-the-beaten-path adventure, or you just want to wine, dine and shop your way across the island, there really is something for everyone. And the good news? We’ve tried and tested it all to bring you the best of the best.


At Scuba Dive Adventures we offer a unique and personalised travel service that sets us apart in the diving industry. Our bespoke adventures are carefully crafted to cater to your individual preferences and desires taking you on exhilarating journeys to the all corners of the world. Our passion for creating unforgettable experiences is evident in every trip we plan. Our commitment to excellence ensures that your adventure is truly unique and unforgettable.


At Scuba Dive Adventures we have created a unique brand and culture that permeates every aspect of our business. We are committed to delivering an exceptional experience for our clients from our unparalleled customer service and top quality liveaboards, to our carefully selected global destinations. Our focus on safety, agility and adventure allows us to push boundaries and set high standards in the diving industry. Join us for an unforgettable journey that exceeds your expectations at every turn.


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Tour Highlights

Island of Bali

Island Hoping 

Just 40 minutes from Bali’s mainland you’ll find Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and our favourite, Nusa Penida. It’s one of Bali’s most breathtaking islands, with pristine landscapes that look like they’re straight out of Jurassic. This single-day adventure takes you to all the must-visit hotspots, including the Insta-famous Diamond Beach, named after the pointy diamond shaped rock on the beach, is another utterly incredible ‘cliff beach’ on the south coast of Nusa Penida island by Bali, Indonesia.It’s probably my favourite beach anywhere in Bali maybe one of my favourites anywhere in the world.

Mount Batur 

If you’re looking for things to do in Bali to really get your heart pumping, how does climbing to the top of an active volcano sound? Well, the sunrise hike up Mount Batur is something we highly recommend (and not just for the delicious breakfast you get at the top!). The hike only takes a couple of hours, and it’s not too challenging, meaning almost anyone can do it. It does come with a 3am start to catch sunrise though, but that’s all part of the adventure, right?! Either way, it’s well worth the early wake up, because Mount Batur is part of UNESCO’s Global Geopark Network.

Monkey Forest

Bali is home to several species of monkey, so it’s not uncommon to come face-to-face with them, especially in Ubud and Uluwatu. Money Forest is a natural forest sanctuary that’s home to a horde of grey long-tailed macaques. Officially the Sacred Monkey Forest of Padangtegal, it is one of Ubud’s most popular attractions and the site is well-preserved thanks to a community-based management program. Besides watching playful monkeys in their natural habitat, swinging through canopies, lazing along pathways or feeding on bananas, you can take cool walks along paved pathways through the leafy nutmeg forest. Beautiful ancient temples with eerie guardian statues covered in moss also call the monkey forest their home.


Bali is a predominantly Hindu island adorned with some absolutely stunning temples,. One not to miss is Pura Tanah Lot, a sea temple that perches on the rocks overlooking the ocean – stunning at either sunrise or sunset. Another faves of ours   is Uluwatu Temple, is one of Bali’s most important sea temples, positioned on a tall cliff edge on the island’s southwestern Bukit peninsula. By day, you can take in the picturesque seascape from over the temple’s walls and cliff borders and occasionally spot grey long-tailed macaques that inhabit the surrounding forests.In the late afternoon, you can wait for the dramatic sunsets, or book early for a spot at the open-air amphitheatre nearby, where Kecak fire dances are performed with the sunset and ocean as an exotic backdrop. The waves below the cliff and the temple are hailed as among Bali’s best and internationally-known surf spots.

Rice Fields 

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, 20 minutes north of Ubud, is one of Bali’s most photogenic—and most-visited—destinations. The UNESCO World Heritage Site contains wide, undulating layers of rice paddies, kept alive by an ancient, sophisticated irrigation system and farmers who tend the terraces just as previous generations have done for millennia. You can explore this area freely. Take a short stroll or navigate its entire length; descend to some of the lower slopes (if the farmers don’t mind) for a different vantage point; or grab a seat at an open-air cafe when you need a break.

Bali Swing

Bali swings up above the treetops. The Bali Swing Ubud has become such a phenomenon that hundreds of others have sprung up all over Bali. It is hard to go 100 yards without seeing a swing or a sign for one.The original is just outside Ubud (and is definitely one of Bali’s most instagrammable spots), but there are many other great options, one of these iconic spots is located at Diamond Beach in the Island of Nusa Penida. instead of the treetops you can swing between the palms with your toes between the ocean.


Tucked deep in the lush North Bali highlands are the Banyumala Twin Waterfalls, a mighty pair of 11-story-tall falls that cascade into a natural pool. The far-out location—at least two hours from the main drags of Ubud and Seminyak—and the steep hike keep the crowds delightfully low. This spot is perfect for anyone in search of Bali’s raw natural beauty—sans the typical tourist pack. Come early to maximize your time.


Beaches in Bali come in a rich assortment and each is a favourite destination on its own. Bali beaches range from palm-fringed white sand coasts on the island’s south such as Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur, to the cliff-guarded ‘hidden’ shores of Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Dreamland and Bingin. Bali beaches also comprise striking black sands on the north and western shorelines, with sleepy undisturbed coves in-between.



We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Bali’s food scene is right up there with the world’s best. Seriously. Any itinerary should therefore include plenty of munching opportunities at Bali’s award-winning restos. From Locavore in Ubud to Sarong in Seminyak, work your way through our list of Bali’s very best restaurants. Ubud’s best restaurants for foodie heaven in the jungle, Seminyak’s eateries for a hip date night, or Uluwatu’s best restaurants for clifftop views aplenty! Bring an appetite – you’re gunna need it.

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Maya Ubud Resort & Spa

Soak up acclaimed luxury in the heart of Bali’s spectacular spiritual hinterland with a five-star stay at the breathtaking Maya Ubud Resort & Spa. Cradled by the dramatic Petanu River valley and the rolling rice paddies of Peliatan, this tranquil tropical haven effortlessly blends family-friendly fun with the region’s legendary calm – spend sun-soaked days indulging at Spa at Maya, surrounded by lush rainforest and gentle river whispers, while little ones adore the resort’s brand-new Kids’ Club and pool.

Designed to capture the spirit of a traditional Balinese village, this luxury retreat offers a unique taste of Bali’s extraordinary tradition of hospitality. Plunge into the shimmering infinity pool overlooking Ubud’s enchanting rainforest, take a swing at the tennis courts or practice your breathwork at the resort’s innovative tranquil yoga pavilion and rope wall. Ready to explore? It’s just a leisurely 20-minute stroll to Ubud’s vibrant town centre, with artisan markets, colourful boutiques and world-class restaurants galore

Maya Sanur Resort & Spa

Experience award-winning luxury with the whole family on Bali’s pristine beachfront at Maya Sanur Resort & Spa, a zen-inducing five-star oasis. This impeccably stylish resort is an architectural marvel with a wide choice of accommodation options, from nature-inspired resort rooms to expansive private suites and secluded pool retreats. Two top-notch restaurants mean you’ll never have to go without, while the rooftop garden is a tranquil spot to feel at one with nature. Watch the sun rise over the ocean every morning before venturing into Sanur — Bali’s serene new hotspot — then return to this peaceful haven to watch live music performances at the beachfront bar.

Designed by Budiman Hendropurnomo with eco-friendly touches, like a whimsical grand entrance built from sand excavated during construction, this resort provides a perfect haven to let your worries drift away. When the day calls for a moment of indulgence and uninterrupted bliss, the luxurious spa promises holistic healing, while the sunbeds lining the 158-metre lagoon pool — just one of many — are the perfect place to while away the day. And with two children staying for free, the family may never want to go home.


Book your Bali Adventure


Various Dates available

Experience an unforgettable Scuba Adventure with Scuba Dive Adventures!

Prices are per person, based on double occupancy.

The package includes 7 nights bed and breakfast in the Maya Hotels, internal transfers, all excursions as described above. 

Please note that international flights, non-specified activities, and tips/gratuities are not included.. Single supplement available at an additional cost. 

Please be advised that all activities  are subject to change due to local environmental conditions, and the order in which they are conducted may also change.

For more information or to book this fabulous Scuba Adventure, please contact the Scuba Dive Adventures team at 0113 4508606 or


Mount Batur

Mount Batur is a UNESCO heritage site and an active volcano. Its elevation is 1717 meters. It is the most popular hike in Bali because you get to see a gorgeous sunrise (in good weather!), panoramic views over Lombok island and Mount Agung volcano after a reasonably easy hike.

There’s a good reason why so many people bother to wake up in the middle of the night, and hike up Mount Batur in total darkness. The views from the top are amazing. As the sun rises, you’ll see Mount Abang, Mount Agung and Mount Rinjani volcanoes, as well as the volcanic lake. When the sky clears, you will also have some excellent panoramas of towns and villages below.




Diamond Beach

On the island of Nusa Penida near Bali, lies one of the most beautiful beaches you have ever seen. One that came straight from the postcards. Diamond Beach is an untouched, white-sand, and silky blue water bay on the eastern tip of Nusa Penida. With the, in 2018, almost finished stairs, Diamond Beach is ready to become one of the next highlights of Penida island and one of the

The view from the top of Diamond Beach is directly from a postcard. A stunning white beach, silky blue water, limestones, and palm trees are creating a dream destination. Diamond Beach is, without a doubt, one of the things you must do on Bali.

Seminyak Beach

Playing host to some of Bali’s hottest beach clubs, Seminyak Beach has long been luring partygoers with promises of buzzy drinks, sandy-toed suppers and lively beats. The hardest choice anyone will have to make is which beach club to spend the day at (spoiler: every decision is the right one). Potato Head Beach Club is perfect for sun-drenched days sipping margs and sangria, plus it’s home to one of our best hotel’s in Bali, while Ku De Ta’s infinity pool and beachfront daybeds transports you to a hedonist’s paradise. Multi-coloured loungers at La Plancha hits the spot for Spanish tapas over sunset. Tip: book in advance and request a spot by the front for panoramic ocean views.

Kelingking Beach

Kelingking Beach in Nusa Penida is only a 45 minute speedboat ride from the southeast side of the island.  Anyone who’s done their research on Bali will be familiar with this view – it might be the most photographed beach in Bali (and for good reason). Known for its dramatic rock formations that resembles a T-Rex head, which is where it gets its nickname from, the turquoise waters and pristine white sand make it a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkelling. Reaching the shore is no easy trek; a stomach-flipping journey down a steep and narrow cliff. But given the stunning landscapes at the finish line, the schlep is totally worth it. Bring sturdy shoes and plenty of water to stay hydrated.

Nusa Dua Beach 

Tucked in the south, Nusa Dua’s two-mile strip of flour-soft sand and big-hitting waves is a haven for die-hard surfers. Thrill-seekers travel from all over to get a taste of Bali’s surf hype and Nusa Dua’s is worthy of it. The area might also lean towards older crowds – owing largely to the golf club nearby – but families flock here too for the five-star resorts and private beaches. The Apurva Kempinski has an expansive beach where kayaks are up for grabs and tables at Bali’s first aquarium restaurant are a must-try, while next door at The Ritz-Carlton is a go-to spot for destination weddings. For an adrenaline hit, a 20-minute drive north will take you to Tanjung Benoa, where there are plenty of watersport activities. From jet skiing and wakeboarding to sea walking and parasailing, there’s something for everyone.

Padang Padang Beach

Cloaked between caves and cliffs, Padang Padang Beach in Uluwatu is only accessible down carved rock steps but the cinematic scenes are worth it. So much so that it played a supporting role in Julia Roberts’ romantic drama, Eat, Pray, Love.  The glistening emerald waves are loved among pro surfers and at low tide, seaweed-covered tidal pools magically appear. There are shacks selling fresh coconut, sarongs and homemade bracelets and surfboard rentals and lessons for those interested in catching a wave.



Founded in 1995, Maya Hotels is a privately held owner/operator specializing in long-term acquisitions, refurbishment, repositioning, and development of hotels. Our diverse portfolio includes franchise licenses with Hilton, Marriott, and IHG. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, our management team provides complete services in both hotel development and hotel management. Maya Hotels is a leader in the hospitality industry. Our success results from the quality of our relationships with guests, employees, franchisors and clients. Maya Hotels provides turnkey hotel management solutions designed to maximize profitability by increasing revenues, reducing costs, and improving efficiency. Our business ethics are hands-on and responsive, and our experienced leadership team is well respected within the hospitality industry. Our experienced staff and management team contributes their hospitality industry knowledge in full service, select service and extended stay properties. This experience provides us with the expertise necessary to build, own, operate and manage all facets of hotel investments. Maya Hotels’ ongoing commitment to developing both its associates and its operational practices provides stability for its employees as well as a platform for future development with Maya Hotels’ investment partners.