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Arrival in Jimbaran

Day 1

Arrival in Jimbaran

Jimbaran Bay sits on the southwest coast of Bali, with sun-kissed sands and clear seas. The offshore reef keeps the sea calm, making it ideal for swimming. You’ll stay in a comfortable, modern resort, around twenty minutes from the soft sands of Jimbaran on foot. The resort offers a beach shuttle free of charge. Alternatively, save the beach for tomorrow and spend the rest of the day relaxing by the pool.

Fisherman in the sea

Day 2

Jimbaran - Free Time

Today is completely free for you to do as you please. There’s over 2.5 miles of rich golden sand to explore here, scattered with beach-side cafes, bars and rustic seafood shacks. Make yourself comfortable, order a tropical cocktail and you may well find it difficult to get up again. Jimbaran’s morning market is well worth a visit. Local chefs buy their ingredients here and it’s a real riot for the senses.

Seafood Dinner & Departure

Days 3-4

Seafood Dinner & Departure

You’ll have most of today free to stretch out in the sunshine. In the evening, you’ll set off for a sunset dinner with a view of the ocean. As the sun sinks and the sea roars, you can enjoy delicious freshly caught fish. On clear days the view is spectacular.

The next day it’s time to say goodbye to Jimbaran beach. After breakfast, you’ll pack your bags and get ready to hit the road again.

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