Bali Holiday Package (4-Nights 5-Days)

$ 1,500.00$ 1,300.00

The Bali Holiday Package offered by Mercy Holidays is a 4-night 5-day trip to one of the most-loved destinations of tourists worldwide, Bali. Bali is an exceptional destination for anyone looking to spend quality time beside the beach and mesmerizing blue ocean.

The Bali Holiday Package from Nepal starts with a flight to the international airport of Bali. From there, you will be accompanied by the representatives and then have the best 4 days of experience in Bali, Indonesia. Throughout the trip, you will not only visit the beaches and do water activities, but also try many other fun activities and learn about the culture, traditions, and lifestyle of the people living in Indonesia.

Want to know more about what you can do in this amazing Bali Vacation Package with Mercy Holidays? The itinerary section offers you a day-to-day brief about the trip.

Outline Itinerary of Bali Holiday Package





 5th Day: BALI – DEPARTURE (B)

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Discovery, Guided Tours
  • Activity Level Leisurely
  • 2 to 30 Pax
All about the Bali Holiday Package (4-Nights 5-Days).



Indonesia (Bali) Holiday Package from Nepal for enthusiastic travellers, Mercy Holidays offers you one of the cheapest and most exciting holiday packages. Get ready to explore one of the trending touristic dream destinations around the globe.

Indonesia is a country of countless islands more than 17,000 Islands. Bali is one of the most recognized and popular islands along with a historically significant spot for tourists. It offers various landmarks, beaches, activities, and relaxing places which is why Bali is always on the top bucket list for every traveller. The Bali tour Package is an Exotic and romantic beach holiday in Indonesia from Nepal.

We the Mercy Holidays craft your vacation according to your holiday time frame with logistic planning and also help you to customize your tour.


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Roundtrip Airfare
  • 4-night accommodation at 3-star hotels
  • Daily breakfast
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Airport transfer and tour via private vehicle
  • English Speaking tour guide as per plan.
  • All entry fees for the sightseeing places as per plan.
  • Indonesia/Bali Tourist Visa Fees.
  • Travel Insurance
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • Bar bills and beverages and lunch and dinner.
  • Tips for staff

    On day 1, you will reach the international airport where our representatives (your tour guides) will be waiting for you. After that, they will escort you to the hotel where you will check in, put your things, and get freshened up.

    As this is just a 5-day trip, you will start having fun right from day 1 without wasting any time. However, you will still have some free time until our representatives pick you up in the afternoon and take you to ULUWATU. This is one of the most stunning temples in Bali, populated by a friendly tribe of monkeys. The temple is located on the south coast of Bali on the towering tableland.

    This cliff is famous among visitors because of the mind-blowing views of the sea, the surrounding environment, and especially the sunset that it offers. Moreover, the KECAK Dance is another special feature of this place. If you are wondering what KECAK Dance is, it is a performance quoted from the epic of the Ramayana emphasizing the teaching of loyalty of a housewife who is represented by Dewi Shinta.

    However, the musical instruments make this performance significantly different from the Ramayana Dance. Also, a chorus of ten men perform this music by singing and moving to rate an unequal vibrant, and living music. After that, the guides will lead you to JIMBARAN BAY, a white sandy beach. You will also have dinner here because this bay is very famous for its grilled seafood dinner.

    After having dinner and spending quality evenings in the bay, you will return to the hotel for a restful sleep.


    After a beautiful first day in Bali and a sound sleep in the hotel, you will have a satisfying breakfast offered by the hotel. After that, our representatives will take you on a day tour devoted to the arts. Yes, today you will check out the different arts of Bali. Your first stop will be a village named TOHPATI. This village is famous for the production of colorful Batik fabrics and woven clothes.

    You can check the clothes produced here and also buy some as souvenirs to take back home. After that, the guides will lead you to another not-to-miss factor of Bali, the Bali Swing. You might have seen people swinging in a giant swing in Bali. Yes, this is the swing and now you can also swing on it. Furthermore, you can also have Free Coffee or Tea Tasting here.

    From there, you will move towards another destination, which is the UBUD Palace and UBUD Market. Check out the palace, explore the market, and then you will return to the hotel.


    If you love to watch different destinations and have gone through the places in Bali on interest before being here physically, you might have seen a huge gate famous for photography. That is the HANDARA Haven Gate, which is also the first destination for the third day.

    This gate is located in the North of Munduk area and it is known as the pathway to serenity. You can spend some time here, and take different photos before proceeding to the ”floating” ULUN DANU TEMPLE. This temple is situated in an ancient lake, Beratan, and the temple is dedicated to the goddess of the water-dwelling in this area.

    From there, you will move forward to TANAH LOT, a spectacular temple built in the 17th century. The temple is built on top of rock about 200 meters offshore. The whole compound will turn into a wonderful silhouette as the sunset right behind the temple, one of the most photographed temples on the island – for good reason. With all these experiences and mind-blowing memories, you will return to the hotel for dinner and rest.


    After having a fulfilling breakfast in the hotel, today you will go on a trip to TANJUNG BENOA. This is one of the popular destinations in Bali best known for different marine recreational activities like parasailing, banana boating, and Jet Skiing. Furthermore, you can also enjoy different beach activities like Dart boating, Volleyball, flying kites, and playing Mahjong, and pokers. Besides, the beach also has different stalls where you can wear temporary tattoos or even get your hair braided.

    Take Day 4 as the day of recreational activity as today you will do so many activities which make Bali one of the best destinations among international tourists. Also, you can enjoy other water activities like snorkeling, ocean walking, and Fly fishing (not included in the package). Well, spend the rest of the day shopping at KUTA or try exploring the LEGIAN street before returning to the hotel.

  5. Day5 Back to Kathmandu

    Today marks the last day of the Bali Holiday Package from Nepal. After having a proper breakfast at the hotel, our representatives will escort you to the airport and accompany you until the departure.

Accommodation at 3* & 4* Category Hotels

Bali, Indonesia, is a popular tourist destination with a wide range of accommodation options to suit different preferences and budgets. Here are some common types of accommodations you can find in Bali:

  1. Luxury Resorts and Hotels:
    • Bali boasts numerous luxury resorts and hotels offering world-class amenities, private villas, spa facilities, and stunning ocean views. Some well-known areas for luxury accommodations include Nusa Dua, Seminyak, and Ubud.
  2. Boutique Hotels:
    • Boutique hotels in Bali provide a more intimate and personalized experience. These are often stylish and unique properties with a focus on design, art, and local culture.
  3. Villas:
    • Renting a private villa is a popular choice, especially for families or groups. Villas come with private pools, gardens, and full-service staff, providing a more secluded and exclusive experience. Areas like Seminyak, Canggu, and Ubud have numerous villa options.
  4. Budget and Mid-Range Hotels:
    • Bali has a wide range of budget and mid-range hotels, particularly in popular tourist areas like Kuta, Legian, and Sanur. These accommodations offer comfortable rooms and essential amenities at more affordable prices.
  5. Guesthouses and Homestays:
    • For a more authentic experience, you can stay in guesthouses or homestays run by local families. These are often budget-friendly and provide a chance to interact closely with the Balinese people.
  6. Hostels:
    • Hostels are available in popular backpacker areas like Kuta and Seminyak, providing budget-conscious travellers with dormitory-style accommodations. Some hostels also offer private rooms.
  7. Eco-Friendly and Wellness Retreats:
    • Bali has a growing number of eco-friendly and wellness retreats, especially in Ubud. These accommodations focus on sustainability, yoga, meditation, and holistic well-being.
  8. Beach Bungalows:
    • Near the coastal areas, you can find beach bungalows offering a laid-back atmosphere and direct access to the beach. These can range from budget to mid-range options.

When looking for accommodation in Bali, consider factors such as location, proximity to attractions, your budget, and the type of experience you’re seeking. It’s advisable to book in advance, especially during peak tourist seasons, to ensure availability and secure the best rates. Many online platforms, travel agencies, and hotel booking websites can assist you in finding suitable accommodation based on your preferences

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
  • Roundtrip Airfare
  • 4-night accommodation at 3-star hotels
  • Daily breakfast
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Airport transfer and tour via private vehicle
  • English Speaking tour guide as per plan.
  • All entry fees for the sightseeing places as per plan.
  • Indonesia/Bali Tourist Visa Fees.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Exclusion
    All expenses of personal nature
  • Bar bills and beverages and lunch and dinner.
  • Tips for staff
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • Bar bills and beverages and lunch and dinner.
  • Tips for staff

Most tourists can enter Bali without a visa for short stays. After 2019 Nepali tourists have to apply for a visa, through travel agencies, which might take 5 working days to obtain a paper visa for Nepali citizens. Many countries have visa-free entry for up to 30 days, but it’s advisable to check the specific requirements based on your passport.


Bali has a tropical climate, and the best time to visit is during the dry season, typically from April to September. However, the island is a year-round destination, and each season has its charm.


Pack light and breathable clothing, swimwear, sunscreen, insect repellent, and comfortable walking shoes. If you plan to visit temples, it’s recommended to bring modest clothing to cover your shoulders and knees.


Bali is generally safe for tourists. However, like any travel destination, it’s essential to take standard precautions such as safeguarding your belongings and being aware of your surroundings. Petty theft can occur in crowded areas, so be cautious with your belongings.

Popular tourist areas include Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Ubud, Nusa Dua, and Jimbaran. Each area offers a different experience, from lively nightlife to cultural experiences and tranquil beach settings.


Transportation options include taxis, ride-hailing services, rental cars, and motorbikes. Many tourists also hire drivers for day tours. Bali’s traffic can be busy, especially in certain areas, so plan your transportation accordingly.

Bali offers a wide range of activities, including surfing, snorkelling, diving, exploring temples (like Tanah Lot and Uluwatu), hiking Mount Batur, attending traditional dance performances, and experiencing the vibrant arts and culture scene in Ubud.


It’s advisable to drink bottled or filtered water to avoid potential health issues. Most hotels and restaurants provide bottled water, and it’s readily available for purchase.


Balinese people are generally friendly and welcoming. It’s customary to show respect when entering temples by wearing appropriate clothing and following temple etiquette. Public displays of affection are best kept private, and it’s polite to use both hands when giving or receiving something.

10. What currency is used in Bali? – The official currency is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Money exchange services are widely available, and credit cards are accepted in many establishments, especially in tourist areas.

Remember that these answers are general guidelines, and it’s essential to stay informed about the latest travel advisories and specific requirements before planning your trip to Bali.

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