How to Plan a Perfect Family Holiday to Bali

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Are you dreaming of escaping to a beautiful destination such as Bali for your next family holiday? Bali is a place that has so much to offer, so it is no surprise that so many visitors flock there each year. Bali’s stunning natural beauty and tropical beaches are just a couple of the many reasons that Bali is such a popular place to holiday.

As every parent knows, holidaying with kids can make your trip a little more complicated. There are many more things to consider when travelling with kids in tow. For starters, kids require a lot of stuff, and you also need to keep safety at the forefront of your mind when taking your kids on holiday. So, how do you ensure that you have a family holiday that everyone can enjoy? Read on to find out:

Perfect Planning

A holiday to Bali with kids may not bring the same sense of freedom as travelling without them, but it more than makes up for this with the ability to provide your children with a unique experience. Children will love exploring Bali’s natural beauty and visiting various attractions that are on offer. 

To get the most from your holiday, it is useful to do some extra planning and research. Try to plan a few days out in advance, so that you have less to arrange when you arrive at your resort. Make sure that you check out plenty of reviews when choosing your accommodation so that you can find somewhere to stay that is in a convenient location. A convenient location will help to cut down on travel time during your holiday.

Safety First

Safety should always be the number one priority when travelling with kids. Car seats, baby carriers, and prams are essential, not just from a safety point of view, but for convenience too. Checking all of these items in on your flight is not a practical solution. Therefore, it is best to use a bali baby hire company that allows you to rent items for your baby and toddlers to use during your holiday. 

Remember to keep the kids in the shade and protect their feet from the hot sand while in Bali, so they don’t get burnt. Keeping kids hydrated is vital, but make sure that they only drink safe, clean drinking water, to avoid stomach upsets and other illnesses.

Family-Friendly Days Out in Bali

Make some lasting memories of your trip to Bali by exploring some of the family-friendly sites that this beautiful destination offers.

A trip to the beach is a must when visiting Bali, and if you are looking for one of the best of them all, it has to be Batu Bolong Beach.

Goa Gajah is a temple which is popular among tourists. Older kids will love that they enter the cavern through the open mouth of a monster! 

Waterbom Bali is the perfect place to have fun and cool off with the kids, offering hours of fun in the water.

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Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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