Activities in Bali

Bali is without a doubt an island to experience and explore. The best part about planning your internship abroad in Bali is to definitely experience what the island has to offer.

From exploring its nature and cultural sights, to discovering your new potential through new hobbies or perhaps meeting new people within Bali’s sports, art, and cultural communities. The activities list is limitless, you have to first figure out what your interests and passions are. Get to know Bali's various and numerous facets. We have listed our favorites to make the most of your life on the island.

Surfing in Bali

Bali is a world mekka for surfing adventures. Beginners, advanced and professionals will find what they are looking for for an ultimate surf experience. Many surf guides and surf schools have been established in the southern part of Bali and provide various offers to learn surfing or improve your skills.

Rafting in Bali

Rafting is also a very popular water sport activity, where you can explore Bali's stunning landscapes on rivers. Many rafting companies offer different tours for beginners as well as for advanced.

Snorkeling in Bali

If you don't have a PADI license, you can simply go snorkeling at reefs close to Bali's shore. You may find manta rays, colorful and intact coral reefs or even small ship wrecks. Usually, you only need to pay 1 or 2 Euros to rent snorkeling equipment and off you go.

Hiking Mount Agung & Batur

Gunung Agung and Gunung Batur are both active volcanoes in Bali. Local guides offer you hikes, where you start your hike early morning or even at night to arrive in time at the top of the mountain to enjoy the most breath-taking sunrise you have ever seen.

Diving in Bali

Besides surfing, scuba diving is among the top 5 activities in Bali. A breath-taking underwater world with intact reefs and unique animals awaits you. Many dive centers offer courses for non-divers or snorkelers as well. They usually suggest different itineraries for everyone's needs. Let yourself be enchanted by Bali's underwater world.