Here’s what your Bali week looks like!
Arrival and welcome dinner with the team
Start as you mean to go on! Whitewater rafting & a tour of Ubud temples, rice terraces and healing waters; simply breathtaking
Morning workout followed by surfing lessons.
A private speed boat trip to day trip to the Nusa Islands (a separate island from Bali - idyllic). During this day trip, you will snorkel with Manta Rays, go for a hike and visit some of the island’s amazing sights
Morning beach workout, then you'll have the day to explore on your own! You’ll have the option to join us for sunset at Batu Bolong Beach; first drink is on us!
Early morning hike up Mount Batur, a slightly active volcano (but safe) to watch a beautiful sunrise. This is a great day to use your complimentary Massage at AMO Spa.
Morning workout, then off to Finns Beach Club. This is the day for a farewell sunset complete with dancing and drinks
Of course Will & Carrie will not let you leave without the opportunity for one last morning workout! After that we’ll invite you for an optional brunch as we defer the departures and ’see-ya-laters’ as long as possible.
The excursions are subject to change due to weather and unforeseen situations with our local partners
Recommended Packing List
Here's a few recommendations for your packing list. Over the years we've found this list to be helpful for our travelers (when packing for a WanderFit Bali Retreat)
- Snacks for the plane journey
- Eye mask/neck pillow for long flight
- Drink lots of water to minimize jet lag
- Most long-haul flights will provide this, but just in case:
- Extra socks to keep your little feeties warm on chilly flights
- Travel pillow
- Toothbrush and paste
- Face wipes to freshen up
- If you’re taller than the average bear, we recommend asking for emergency exit seats when you check in for your flight
- A writing pen in your carry-on (to fill in the immigration card on arrival)
- If you get a bit woozy because of motion sickness you could bring some Dramamine or similar. Remember, we’re going snorkeling, so this could be helpful if you are prone to seasickness
- If you have a sensitive stomach, having some Imodium or similar handy as it will help make your tummy feel better
- If you’ve been told you’re a ‘sweater’ (not the kind you wear!), bring an extra pair of workout shoes. It's humid in Bali, and they may not dry out as quickly as you're used to
- One (1) pair of pants and one (1) jacket/hoodie for the beginning of the Mt. Batur hike; it gets chillier than you’d think in Bali during the ascent, but you'll likely want to stow it for the descent
- Water shoes for Nusa Lembongan (only if you have sensitive feet, these aren't mandatory)
- You won't need jeans or anything dressy, but if you want to get really fancy for dinner, a short sleeved collared shirt with shorts and sneakers is suggested for guys, and a light sundress, shorts and tanks with sandals are suggested for ladies
- An international outlet plug adapter
- Sunglasses, sunscreen & a hat. The sun can be quite aggressive in Bali at times
- Multiple swimsuits, tank tops/tees, and athletic shorts/gym-wear/active wear
- You will be able to get your clothes laundered quickly and cheaply, so no need for laundry supplies or packing the entire wardrobe