Bali for All
Bali is not entirely barrier-free. There are a lot of stairs because in Hinduism, levels and stairs are an important part of the philosophy surrounding a temple. However, travel with a wheelchair in Bali is possible. Visitors with any kind of disability can explore many sides of Bali. We bring you there!
Have a look at our information about accessibility in Bali.
Travel in Bali – Where to go
Bali is the island of the gods. As Hinduism is part of everyday life, you can find offerings to the gods on every corner and see daily processions and ceremonies. Visit and marvel at temples of all sizes and shapes! The south has white sandy beaches, inviting for sun bathing, swimming, snorkling and diving. Terraced rice fields and volcanoes dominate the center of Bali. Bali also has wonderful wood and silver art, as well as many traditional and ritual dances, such as the unique Kecak fire dance, and gamelan music.
You will find the old bathing pool of Tirta Empul at a sacred spring. Even today, Balinese people use the holy water for cleansing ceremonies.
Goa Lawah temple has thousands of holy bats. According to myths, it connects to the mother temple Besakih by a tunnel.
Besakih, the Mother temple. The Balinese built it on the sacred Mount Agung, because it is the most important temple of the Hindu religion in Bali.
Famous Tanah Lot sits on an offshore rock in the ocean. It offers spectacular views, especially, but not only, at sunsets.
As Bali is a small tropical island, you will find beaches and warm water everywhere! How about a hotel right at the sea?!
Endless rice terraces cover the hills of Jatiluwih. The farmers use the traditional Subak system. The area is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bali has many fantastic snorkeling and diving spots. Professional dive guides for assisted diving are available.
Lempuyang temple is built on the slope of Lempuyang mountain. It offers spectacular views on the great Mount Agung.
In Sangeh Monkey Forest, huge nutmeg trees surround a mysterious temple where monkey clans live.
Beaches, Culture, Nature
Dance and music are defining elements of Balinese life and culture. The Kecak Fire Dance is one of the most impressive dances. If you travel in Bali with a wheelchair or have a disability, enjoy a performance in an easily accessible theater!
Walking in Bali’s tropical nature is a very special experience. Smell, feel, hear, see and taste it!
Ponds and gardens surround the historic Taman Ujung Palace, integrated into the natural landscape of the sea and mountains.
In the village of Tenganan the indigenous Bali Aga follow strict rules of life, as they want to preserve their physical and mental integrity.
Find Ulun Danu Beratan temple on the shores of beautiful Lake Beratan in central Bali, 1200 meter above sea-level.