(12 Days/11 Nights)
DEPARTURES: Best time from April to end of October.

Temples | Beaches | Rice Terraces | Waterfalls | Cruising Komodo National Park | 

PRICE: 1.550 / per person *

*Price per person in a double/twin room.
High season surcharge (June, July, August, September, Easter, Christmas and New Year): €100 per person.


Discover Bali and its  vibrant culture, then sail for Komodo's breathtaking landscapes. Explore pristine beaches, snorkel in clear waters, and encounter Komodo dragons.


Day 1

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You will be picked up at the airport by our Balinese driver, who will take you to the UBUD hotel/resort by private car/minivan.
Accommodation: Ubud
Meals included: none
Transport included: private car/minivan with English speaking driver.

Day 2

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Day off.
Try to get rid of Jet-Lag.
Treat yourself to a Balinese massage or treatment at the SPA, or simply laze by the pool.
Accommodation: Ubud
Meals included: breakfast
Transport included: none

Day 3

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FIRST TOUR: you will explore Ubud and its surroundings with one of our Balinese guides.
You will visit the Ubud Monkey Forest, a unique experience of close contact with the monkeys that live free in the Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary.
You will then continue towards the Goa Gajah (the elephant caves) and the wonderful Tegallalang rice terraces.

Accommodation: Ubud
Meals included: Breakfast
Private tour with English speaking guide by private car.

Day 4

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Breakfast and then you'll leave for a long tour by car to discover the wonders of Bali.
An intense day in which you will visit the most iconic attractions of Bali: the Ulun Danu Bratan lake Temple, the Munduk waterfalls, the Jatiluwih rice terraces (Unesco Heritage) and the very famous Tanah Lot, a temple that stands on a rock on the sea.
You will return to Ubud resort late afternoon/evening, depends on traffic.

Accommodation: Ubud
Meals included: Breakfast
Private tour with English speaking guide by private car.

Day 5

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Today you will have a lot of fun!
Ready for a rafting experience in one of the rivers near Ubud?
Rafting is suitable for everyone, there are no dangerous rapids.

Once the rafting is over you will have a complimentary lunch buffet.
Return to the your accommodation in Ubud in the early afternoon.

This is a Sharing tour, not private

If you don't like the idea of rafting, you can replace it with a Balinese cooking class at an organic farm near Ubud.

In the afternoon you can have a walk in the center of Ubud and visit the Ubud Palace or shop in the shops nearby.

Accommodation: Ubud
Meals included: Breakfast and lunch buffet
Sharing tour.

Day 6

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Today you will discover some of the most sacred and interesting places in Bali: you will start with a visit to the magical sacred water fountains at the Tirta Empul Temple, a very important place for the Balinese people, who come here to purify themselves.

You will continue towards the Besakih Mother Temple, considered the spiritual center of the island of Bali, visited by thousands of pilgrims every year.

After Besakih Mother Temple, you will visit the traditional village of Penglipuran, known for its traditional Balinese architecture and unique culture, which reflects the history and traditions of the island.

Accommodation: Ubud
Meals included: Breakfast
Private tour with English speaking guide by private car.

Day 7

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Pack your bags, destination: Komodo!
Our Balinese driver will pick you up at your hotel/resort in UBUD to take you to the airport.
The direct flight to Komodo takes only 1 hour (air flight ticket non included).
An early afternoon flight is the best choice.

Arrived at Komodo airport, transfer to Labuan Bajo, the little town in the mainland with the harbour for excursions to Komodo Park.

Accommodation: Labuan Bajo
Meals included: breakfast
Transport included: Private transport from Ubud to the airport.
Transportation from Labuan Bajo airport to Labuan Bajo hotel.

Day 8

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Start your cruise in Komodo National Park!
They will pick you up at your hotel at 8am.
3 days / 2 nights in a wooden boat sailing through the Komodo national Park.
Accommodation in a private cabin with private bathroom and air conditioning.
All meals included.

IMPORTANT: the cost of the cruise does not include the entrance ticket to Komodo National Park (to be paid in cash once in the boat)

The first day of the cruise includes the following stages (The captain may decide to change the route based on sea conditions):
• Siaba Island
• Manta Points
• Taka Makassar
• Padar Island (sunset)

Accommodation: Cruise
Meals included: Breakfast in the hotel. Lunch and dinner on the boat
Transport included: transport from the Labuan Bajo hotel to the boat..

Day 9

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Second day of cruise in Komodo National Park.
The second day of the cruise includes the following stages (The captain may decide to change the route based on sea conditions):
• Pink Beach
• Komodo Island
• Strawberry Rock Island
• Kalong Island - Flying Foxes (Sunset)

Accommodation: Cruise
Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner on the boat
Transport included: Cruise

Day 10

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Last day of cruise in Komodo National Park.
The last of the cruise includes the following stage (The captain may decide to change the route based on sea conditions):
• Kelor Island
• Manjarite Island
• Back to Labuan Bajo
Return to Labuan Bajo Harbour around 12pm.
Transfer to the airport. I recommend a flight to Bali in the afternoon (not included).
Arrived in Bali, transfer to the hotel in Sanur.
Accommodation: Sanur
Meals included: Breakfast and lunch on the boat
Transportation included: cruise. Transfer to Labuan Bajo airport.
Private driver from Bali airport to Sanur hotel.

Day 11

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After Breakfast get ready for the last tour.
In the late morning the driver will pickup you at the Hotel, and will drive you towards the south of Bali, to discover the beaches of Padang Padang, Balangan, etc...
  You will also visit the Uluwatu Monkey Temple, built on a steep cliff.
You can witness the famous Kecak dance performance at Uluwatu Temple, which is held daily from 6pm to 7pm (normal entrance fee to Uluwatu Temple does not include the Rs 150,000 entry fee for the Kecak dance)

If you have time and desire, to end in the best possible way, you can dine in one of the many fish restaurants with tables on the sand on Jimbaran beach (dinner not included)

Accommodation: Sanur
Meals included: Breakfast
Private tour with English speaking guide by private car.

Day 12

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The saddest day: you pack everything up and go to the airport for your flight back to home.
Transportation included: Private car transportation to the airport.

Tailored Trip

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Do you want to modify your trip at your own taste?
La Mia Asia Travel offers tailor-made trips that reflect your unique style, so no problem at all if you wish to make some changes, let us know and we will plan together your perfect trip.


- 9 nights in Hotel/Resorts with swimming pool, with breakfast included.
- 3 days / 2 nights Komodo cruise in private cabin with bathroom and meals included
- All private car transfers to/from Bali Airport and to/from Komodo Airport
- Meals and drinks where indicated
- 4 private tours in Bali, with private car with Balinese driver/guide who speaks English 
- Transfers to/from ports to accommodation
- Taxes


- International and domestic flight tickets
- Travel insurance (MUST DO BEFORE LEAVING!). Personally, when I travel I use HEYMONDO, which also offers you a 10% discount if you book it through this link.
- Meals and drinks unless mentioned
- Entrance fees to temples, rice terraces, beaches and other attractions.
- Tours and excursions not included in the program
- Tip to the guide at the end of the trip (recommended but absolutely not mandatory)
- Komodo National Park Entrance Ticket for 3D2N at a cost of IDR 550,000 per person (approximately €35 per person). It must be paid in cash once on the boat.



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  • What happens if it rains?
    Bali is located in the Tropics and even during the "dry" season it can rain, sometimes a little bit, sometimes massive rain.
    As in all trips, you have to adapt to mother nature, if it rains just cover yourself with umbrellas or K-Way
  • Do we need Vaccines? What about malaria?
    Bali is NOT at risk of malaria or yellow fever, so save yourself unnecessary prophylaxis.
    Dengue is endemic in Bali, it is contracted through the bite of an infected mosquito and causes very high fever and joint pain.
    There are no preventions or vaccines for Dengue, just use mosquito repellents.
  • Are there any wild animals?
    Of course, we are in the Tropics. If you are bothered by ants, geckos, lizards, etc., perhaps you should consider not traveling to any tropical country or simply accept the fact that you will sometimes find geckos and ants in your rooms (even in high-end resorts).
  • What about the food?
    Trying Indonesian cuisine in one of the many warungs (local eateries) is part of the travel experience, and Indonesian cuisine is truly delicious.
    However, Bali offers endless opportunities to eat cuisine from all over the world.
    In Indonesian warungs and restaurants you will spend on average between 3 and 7 euros per meal.
    In Western restaurants and cafes you spend from 6 to 15 euros per meal.
    In the nicer restaurants around 15 to 30 euros each.
  • What clothes should I bring?
    Bring little stuff, just what you need.
    Traveling with a small suitcase or backpack is always better.
    Generally speaking, light clothes, T-Shirts, shorts, flip flops and swimsuits. Long trousers and a sweatshirt for the temple areas in central Bali.
    A walking or trekking shoe is recommended for some excursions.
    It is very useful to bring a K-Way or a light wind/rain jacket.
  • Can I use the ATM to withdraw money?
    Yes, certainly. However, it is better to withdraw only at branches inside banks, and avoid isolated ATMs at risk of card cloning. Before leaving, check your card limits with your bank, because there are limits for withdrawals abroad both daily and monthly.
    If you have cash and you want to exchange it, it is better to change money only at Authorized Money Changers to avoid scams.
    Once you arrive at the airport, change a small sum (50 or maximum 100 euros) for the first expenses.
  • What about Electricity in Indonesia?
    Most power plugs and sockets in Indonesia are type C and F. This plug is the 2 pin socket and plug design which is the standard European plug. If you’re coming from a country that does not use this type of sockets, you should buy an adapter. Amazon sells plenty, but you can also find them in many local minimarkets around Indonesia.
    The standard voltage throughout Indonesia is normally 230 V and with a standard frequency of 50 Hz. If you’re from the UK, Europe, Australia and most of Asia or Africa, most of your phones, laptops and other gadgets could be charged like normal. However, if you come from countries like the United States, Canada, and most South American countries, the range of voltage differs here in Indonesia..


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Foreign travelers who are planning to visit Indonesia, can apply for a visa online (E-Visa) without having to visit the Republic of Indonesia. This is the official website where you can apply for the E-Visa:

Travel Insurance

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Travel insurance is a MUST DO BEFORE LEAVING!. Personally, when I travel I use HEYMONDO, which also offers you a 10% discount if you book it through this link.


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Reservations and Confirmations:
The travel booking confirmation requires the payment of a deposit equal to 50% (fifty percent) of the total cost of the trip.
The balance of the trip must be paid at least 45 days before the customers' arrival date.
In the event that this clause is not respected, La Mia Asia Travel reserves the right to cancel all reservations without refunding the deposit and sums already paid by customers.

Payment can be made by bank transfer to an Indonesian bank account or to a Wise account in EURO/USD/GBP/AUD currency.


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- Cancellations 31 days or more before your arrival: 50% refund on the amount paid (less bank charges and less 20 euros for internal administration costs).
- Cancellations from 30 days up to 15 days before your arrival: 25% refund on the amount paid (less bank charges and less 20 euros for internal administration costs).
- Cancellations starting 14 days or less from your arrival: no refund expected, we apologize but we cannot do otherwise.

If La Mia Asia Travel is obliged to cancel a departure for any reason, participants will be fully refunded without being able to claim any compensation.
All trips interrupted or shortened by the participant for any reason do not give the right to any refund.


"A dream comes true!
We had been dreaming of visiting Komodo and Bali for years, and thanks to La Mia Asia Travel we succeeded.
Everything perfect, down to the smallest details!
The beautiful boat, and we also liked the food even if we were a little afraid because we had never tried Indonesian cuisine. 

And Bali gorgeous!
Thanks for everything"

- Layla & Tom - 

"The highlight of our trip was exploring Komodo and Komodo dragons...a once in a lifetime moment!
La Mia Asia Travel built the trip ad hoc for us, fulfilling our wishes, and has proven itself to be a top-notch travel agency, ensuring an amazing and safe adventure in Bali and Komodo."

- Clara & Jason - 

"La Mia Asia Travel exceeded every expectation in planning my trip to Bali. The choice of hotels, cultural activities and excursions were all of high quality.
I had an authentic and compelling experience, discovering hidden and authentic corners of Bali.
The Komodo cruise was simply amazing!"

- Andrew -