Conde Nast Traveller has published a list of ten things for people visiting Bali with their children to do.
Some of the options included in their list and other options are:
[Sea Walking: Club Aqua Bali (For ages 9 to 12)] Suitable for people who can’t swim and with no previous diving experience, children (and their parents) can walk on the ocean’s bottom viewing the sea life at depths of 3-5 meters using special breathing apparatuses.
[Adventure Time: Bali Treetop (For ages 4 to 17)] located in Bedugul, in the cooler mountain lake district of Bali, families with children as young as four can literally swing from tree to tree. A special Squirrel Yellow Circuit has been designed for the very youngest set (aged 4 to 8 years). Be sure to try the footbridge, monkey track, fishing net and mini Flying fox.
[Up Close with the wildlife: Bali Zoo (For ages 2 to 14)] Located a short distance from Bali’s capital of Denpasar, the Bali Zoo features a petting area in addition to its extensive display of exotic wildlife.
White water rafting: [Bali SOBEK] and [Bali Adventure Tours] (For ages 7 to 15). Bali two leading white-water operators offer rafting adventures on the Ayung River and Telaga Waja River suitable for families with children as young as 7 year of age. Trips range for 1.5 to 2.5 hours and include a delicious lunch.
A natural education: Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (For ages 3 to 12) – Bali has a number of unique temples that serve as sacred preserves for tribes of monkeys. Hang on to your glasses, camera and pocket contents that are often flinched by the cheeky monkeys. [Rent a Car with Driver for an Entire Day] and “monkey around” with you children.
[Feathers aplenty: Bali Bird Park (For ages 2 to 12)] The Bali Bird Park is home to some 1,000 birds covering 250 species. There are exciting walk-through displays where guests share an enclosure with the birds and plenty of chances to pose for a photograph with a tame feathered friend.
[Water sports and more: Waterbom Park (For ages 2 to 12)] A landmark in Bali since 1993, the constantly evolving park has a mind-boggling array of water attractions including giant slides, boomerangs and meandering moats to float on.
[Animals and more: Bali Safari and Marine Park (For all age groups)] This park has it all! The largest collection of exotic animals, a marine park and now an exciting theatre with stage performances presented by 250 performers and an entire menagerie of wildlife.
[Go diving: Nusa Lembongan Island (For ages 8 and above)
] Put yourself in the capable hands of one of Bali’s most experience dive operators and explore the underwater wonders surrounding Bali’s nearest island neighbors.
[Burst of culture: Devdan Show Bali (For ages 4 to 12)] The Devdan show is definitely on the list of “most do” in Nusa Dua. A 90-minute show stage by a talented troupe of dancers using spectacular stagecrafts, including daring rope and wire effects, are just part of the fun that awaits at these evening performances.
Clearly, Bali offers a large range of fun-filled family options.
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