7 Things To Know About Bali For Elderly Travellers

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Beauty Of Bali

Bali, the “Island of the Gods,” beckons with its stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and serene landscapes.


Embrace Slow Travel

Opt for slow travel, prioritizing relaxation and savouring the moment. Consider shorter tours, allowing ample time for rest between activities. 

Slow Travel

Accommodation Options

Opt for ground-floor accommodations or those with balconies, minimizing the need for stairs. 



Despit the high and warm temperature he humidity can be high, and the rainy season brings intermittent showers, typically between November and March


Navigate With Ease

Consider hiring a private driver or guide familiar with senior-friendly routes and plan itinerary according to your pace.


Embrace Local Flavors, With Caution

Balinese cuisine is a delightful blend of fresh ingredients, vibrant flavours, and spices. However, some dishes might be too spicy for some palates. 

Balinese Cuisine

Be Culturally Sensitive

Bali is a deeply religious society. Respect local customs and dress modestly when visiting temples.

Compiled By Himani Verma

Culturally Sensitive

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