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Do not hesitate to write us. We can customise any tour and find the best equipment at the best price to make your holiday perfect. Wether it is a shower chair or a scooter, a medical bed or a hoist, we can find it for you!
This is a splendid holiday for those who are looking to relax at the beach, but who also want to know more about the local traditions and lifestyle, both things keeping an eye on sustainability and truly experiencing a region.
This tour is organised by Accessible Indonesia, and like all their tours, there is a lot to see and do: you will spend time at the beach (with beach wheelchairs available) and then visit temples, meet the locals with a farmer’s walk that will take you into people’s houses to share a meal. But you will also visit wildlife centers, “meet” some animals in local animal rescue centers, and if you want there is the opportunity to do some adaptive water sports with trained instructors.
Also, it will be a Zero waste holiday as much as possible! We care for the environment and the people.
We are currently waiting to know if tours are possible and under which conditions: if you want to have some information or ask for a quote, contact us using the enquiry form on the top right hand side of this page, or using the Contacts page.
Bali is a touristic destination and as such, it is better equipped than other parts of Indonesia for travellers with a mobility impairment. You will stay in wheelchair accessible hotels verified by the team of Accessible Indonesia and the van which will be used has a lift and air conditioning. However in some places there may be the need to lift you together with your wheelchair, to carry you up some stairs, so please let us know if this is ok for you or we will plan accordingly. Please note that everything can be customised according to your rythm and needs.
This tour is suitable for manual wheelchair users: we have a minivan with portable ramp, assistants to help with stairs and wheelchair friendly hotels in Bali. The full duration of the tour, included the journey, is of 14 days, you will have assistance, if needed, also for the arrival and departure.
For travelers with visual impairments: we can organise an assisted tour adjusted to experience other senses (Indonesia is a land of flavours and tastes after all!)
For people who are hearing impaired: we can organise a SL interpreter, contact us so we can find the right one for you.
Please note that prior to any booking, we will be in contact with you to make sure that every aspect of the trip is suited to your needs.
Transfer to your beach hotel.
Relax at the hotel pool or on the beach, where beach wheelchairs are available.
Visit to Taman Ayun temple with its high Meru towers, an important part of Balinese Hinduism.
We continue to Sangeh Muscat forest with 40 meter high trees where monkeys play and like to settle on your shoulder. Forest guards make sure that the monkeys behave.
A trip to the mountains to Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, which seems to be floating on a volcanic lake. From there we continue into the mountains with dense tropical forest to Twin Lakes Viewpoint.
After a relaxing morning we move to Candidasa in the east of Bali. On the way visit of Goa Lawahtemple with thousands of holy bats and colorful prayer ceremonies. We make another stop on the black beach of Kusamba, where salt is traditionally made.
Visit the legendary Lempuyang Temple with its dragon staircase and a wonderful view of the Agung volcano.
Surrounded by rice fields, learn how to make the typical flower offerings that can be found in every corner of Bali, as well as the main features of Balinese cuisine! After the meal a beach trip.
You have not seen Bali if you have not visited Besakih Mother Temple. It lies on the slopes of the Agung volcano and is visited daily by hundreds of pilgrims in traditional clothing.
Experience Balinese life first hand on the farmers’ walk with Suar and Subita in Muncan, you get to learn about the typical local landscape and rural life, and you are invited for a meal at their house, to taste their wonderful hospitality.
On the way back to Denpasar, enjoy the Kecak Fire Dance on the famous Batubulan Stage!
Back at the hotel in Denpasar, a day at the pool and beach with the beach wheelchair. Water sports activities can be organised, such as adaptive diving lessons.
On this last day there is opportunity to do some shopping, or take a trip to Bali’s landmark, the Tanah Lot Temple on a rock in the sea.
Departure from beautiful Bali. See you next time!