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Rafting Adventure and Spa Combo in Bali


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Pick-up/ Drop-off Location: From your hotel/ residence located in the following areas: Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Tanah Lot, Nusa Dua, Ungasan, Uluwatu, Sanur, and UbudA surcharge of IDR 100,000 (per car) will apply if pick up location is outside the service area, payable onsite.A surcharge of IDR 150,000 (per van) will apply if pick up location is outside the service area, payable onsite.Pick-up Time: 8:00 AMActivity Duration: 9 hours 30 minutesAbout the Rafting Adventure And Spa Combo In Bali:Imagine a day spent amidst the lush-green rainforests, silent volcanic mountains, quaint rice paddies, and a colorfully painted sky. Sounds like the perfect day out, right? Head for rafting in crystal clear waters of the Ayung river - the longest Indonesian river flowing through Bali. You may also opt for rafting in Telaga Waga or Melangit rivers. Navigate your way through the exciting surprises of these rivers while creating endless memories. Amidst all the thunder, don’t forget to dig in a sumptuous buffet lunch followed by a rejuvenating spa and massage session by the expert massage therapists on the island.

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₹ 3,820

₹ 2,101 per Adult

Candlelight Dinner & Balinese Spa in Bali | Book & Save 19%
Candlelight Dinner & Balinese Spa in Bali | Book & Save 19%


Bali is considered to be one of the most romantic destinations in the world and attracts a good number of couples and honeymooners who come here to have the time of their life. The scenic locations, the hills and most of all, the beaches, every element of Bali beckons romance and brings you in the embrace of some of the most romantic moments.By the beach, you will start by having a couples massage for the next 75 minutes. This will be followed by a top of the class Infrared Sauna experience for detoxification. Then comes the fully immersive soak in the Himalayan Crystal Salt Jacuzzi, which will leave the skin glowy and radiant.And after the spa experience, you will be indulging in an exclusive experience of a candlelight dinner, lovingly prepared by the Executive Chef for just the two of you. You will be savoring the preparations of Mediterranean Seafood or Non-seafood, depending upon your choice of menu, and an exclusive Chocolate Fondue with sweet grapes and strawberries for dessert, or Summer fruit pudding, peppermint crème Fraiche, or Valrhona chocolate cream, caramel sauce, peanut ice cream & chocolate jelly depending upon your choice of the menu. Finishing off the evening will be an amazing sparkling wine as you marvel at the setting sun.

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33 Ratings

₹ 17,967

₹ 14,553

People Also Ask About Spas in Bali

  1. What are the ways to reach Bali from India?

    Bali is reachable via airways from India. To travel Bali from India, you need to worry about the visa. There is free entry for tourists arriving from 140 countries, which also includes India.

    By Air: There is regular flight service from different international airports in India. All flights connect to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali. Air Asia, Malindo, Malaysia Airlines, Garuda Indoensia and few others fly regularly between Bali and India.

    The starting flight charges are Rs 15,000/- depending on the flight booked.
  2. What is the best time to visit Bali?

    The climate of Bali is tropical, warm and wet all year around. The best time to enjoy a holiday in Bali is during the dry season, which does affect the overall price for accommodation and also one can enjoy water activities in beaches. Generally, during July and August, the season is high and during December and January, the season is busy.

    April, May, June, and September is considered as the best season. These months are also the best time for water sports activities such as scuba diving, surfing, snorkeling, etc, because waters are clear.

    In October - March, Bali sees rainfall during these months, so you may want to avoid this half of the year if you’re planning your vacation.
  3. Which places are famous for spa in Bali?

    Bali offers some of the best spa locations having all the luxuries around. Bali has developed into one of the world’s best spa destinations, and the prolific facilities and wellness centres available on the island. These spas are generally attached with some prestigious resorts although not exclusively for in-house guests, promising five-star quality services, and often stunning designs.

    There are different spa packages available for tourists that can worth to use and save money. Let us check some of the best spa locations in Bali:

    • Thermes Marins & Spa on the Rocks- Jimbaran
    • Riverside Spa at Maya- Ubud
    • Royal Kirana Spa- Ubud
    • Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa- Mambal
    • Lembah Spa- Ubud
    • Karma Spa- Ungasan
    • Mango Tree Spa by L'Occitane- Ubud
    • Soori Spa- Tabanan
  4. Which are the affordable spas in Bali?

    If you thought that Bali doesn't have affordable spas, then you're wrong. We bring you the list of affordable spas in Bali. These are in-house and resorts offering all the luxury. From Balinese to foot massage, one can enjoy different types of spa treatment at the best rate. Some of the affordable spas are:
    • Jari Menari- Seminyak- $38 for 60 minutes of Four Hand Massage
    • Bodyworks- Petitienget, Bali- $28 for 90-minute body massage
    • La Joya- Jimbaran- $26 for Ayurvedic massage, $15 for classic Balinese Massage
    • Elephant Safari Park Lodge- Ubud- $20
    • Glo Day Spa- Seminyak- $28
    • Cantika Spa- Ubud- $19
  5. Do I need to make advance booking for a spa in Bali?

    Yes, pre-booking for a spa in Bali is recommended, because it is the most reputed location and tourist often looks for a spa treatment. While booking your trip, book the spa treatment date and time. However, if you’re booking a package, then it may include the spa treatment which you can customize.

    Check out different packages offered in the spa resorts and hotels for advance booking. This may help you to save money.
  6. Is it worth visiting Bali for spa?

    Bali is known for offering some amazing spa treatment at in-house and resorts. Getting the view of islands and beaches of Bali while getting spa treatment is an amazing experience. There are many spa treatment options and the relaxing atmosphere of Bali certainly gives the best experience. You have varied options, from luxury to budget ones that can help you to decide the best spa for your mind and soul.
  7. What are some of the exotic locations in Bali where spa can be done?

    Stunning Resorts in Bali that are mentioned above are among the exotic spa locations. However, there are few more options to choose from. These include:
    • Four Square- Bali Exotic Spa
    • Prana Spa Seminyak
    • Away Spa at W Bali- Seminyak
    • Body Temple Spa- Seminyak
    • Sundari Day Spa- Seminyak
    • Ayana Resort and Spa Bali
  8. What type of spa is a specialty of Bali?

    In Bali, Balinese Massage is the specialty one can find. The massage carries certain techniques including acupressure, skin rolling and flicking, firm, and gentle stroking, percussion, and few others. It also has the combination of manual therapy and aromatherapy.
  9. What is the minimum age for a spa treatment in Bali?

    The minimum age is 18 years to enjoy spa treatments. Minors under 18 may receive manicures and pedicures unaccompanied by a parent or legal guardian. You need to first check with the resorts about massages offered to minors.
  10. What are the benefits of a spa treatment?

    Spa treatment during a trip is an amazing experience. It heals your body and mind. A change of environment can be good for the soul. There are lots of health benefits to shun all external stimuli and work on our inner self –from a couple of hours to a few weeks. Some of the benefits are:
    • Allows your body regenerate
    • Improves blood circulation
    • Stimulates the lymphatic system
    • Relieves chronic pain situations
  11. Can pregnant ladies opt for spa treatments in Bali? Are there any special concerns regarding this?

    Spa treatment during pregnancy is not harmful; in fact, it can ease your aches and pains. However, many spas don't give massages to pregnant women in their first trimester, so you will likely have to wait until your bump is 3 months. Spa resorts offer special pregnancy massages that help in healing the pain and increases blood circulation.

    If you've pre-booked the spa, then check the cuisine offered which is appropriate for pregnancy. Check out what essential oils are used for massage.
  12. What precautions do I need to take care of before and after my spa treatment?

    There are certain considerations one has to keep before and after the spa treatment.

    Here are some things to consider before the spa treatment:
    • Stay off alcohol and cigarettes
    • Eat light
    • Have enough fruits

    After the spa treatment:
    • Go light on Home Products
    • Stay out of the sun
    • Sleep on the soft Sheet
  13. Will the staff of the spa facility help me if I have any special health conditions?

    Every resort and spa offer spa treatment checking your health condition. On arrival, you'll be asked to complete a consultation form, and in some cases indulge yourself with one of the robes. If you're pregnant, you'll have to wait until your second trimester to enjoy massage and body therapies and there will be some spa therapies that you will not be able to experience during your first trimester.
  14. Can I request for a male or a female therapist in Bali?

    Yes, if you are doing an advanced booking you can always state your choice of therapist. Generally, both male and female therapists are available in top spa facilities across Bali but you might have to wait for some time to get your choices met. 
  15. How do I decide which type of spa treatment in Bali is best for me?

    Well, it depends on your priority, health issues, and other aspects. There are different types of spa treatments available which can be best for your body and mind. Different spa treatments offer deep healing benefits.

    Spas also offer skin treatments for the entire body, manicures and pedicures. Moreover, different spa treatments have different packages. So check if it fits to your budget.
  16. Which hotels in Bali provide in-house spa facilities?

    In-house spas are a great way to rejuvenate and enjoy the warm hospitality. Moreover, one can also get the best view of beaches and terrain right from the spa location. These in-house spa hotels are equipped with modern amenities and offer a full range of spa treatment. One can take up the package for Bali that also includes your stay and meal. So you can relax after the treatment. Let us check the list of in-house spa hotels in Bali:
    • Conard Bali
    • The Wangs Villas
    • Ayana
    • The Villas Bali Hotel & Spa
    • We Treat Bali
    • The Vira Bali Hotel
    • Karma Spa at Kandara
    • The Spa at the Sentosa
    • The Healing Village Spa at Four Seasons- Jimbaran Bay
    • Spa Alila at Alila Soori
  17. Are there any special discounts available for couples for a spa treatment in Bali?

    The discounts for couples in spa houses depends on the resort and the in-house spa hotels. There are spa treatment packages or the best way is to get honeymoon package in the resort which also includes your spa treatment and other luxuries. You need to check with the resorts for any such requirement.
  18. Should we go for a long journey directly after a spa treatment in Bali?

    Having a spa treatment can help your body get relaxed from the long hectic day or even after the flight. A nice long massage can relieve aches and pains. Once done with the spa treatment, take a hot bath to melt away all the aches and pains. It is best advised to take a deep sleep and relaxation after the spa treatment.

    Having a long journey again will certainly won't give any result. Instead, take rest for the day and start your journey the next day.
  19. Can I drink after or before spa treatment in Bali?

    Alcohol before and after spa treatment can prove dangerous. Combining massage therapy and alcohol only increases the toxic load on the body. The effect of alcohol depends on factors, including body weight, food eaten, and prior alcoholic drinks. It highly advised avoiding alcohol before and after the spa treatment.

    Alcohol impairs the body to give appropriate feedback. If heat and deep pressure are used, a person would be unable to determine if the pressure. Alcohol may hold the spa massage effect of healing and stimulating the blood circulation.
  20. What is to be worn during the spa treatment in Bali?

    If you're visiting a spa for the first time and have no idea about what to wear, then the therapists will guide throughout the process. You're likely to spend much of your time donning a robe once you’re at your selected spa. Non-restrictive garments - such as yoga bottoms, lounge pants, T-shirts, sweatshirts, and hoodies are encouraged at most of the resort.

    Towels, Robe, Flip Flops, Swimming Attire, and Sunscreen are things you can carry. You can check out the form where all the details of items to carry and worn are mentioned.
  21. Will I be provided with robes and towels on the day of spa therapy in Bali?

    Yes, spa resorts offer robes and towels on the day treatment. However, it is always recommended to carry yours own. Robes and towels are important part of spa treatment, so whether you’re going in day or night spa, these are important. You can buy them in Bali itself and use it for spa treatment in future too.
  22. What precautions are meant to keep my jewelry and valuables during the treatment?

    Usually, many spa resorts have their own lockers where you can keep your own belongings. However, it is advised to keep your jewelery and valuables back at your accommodation place because spa owner won’t take any responsibility of belonging loss.
  23. What activities can I do other than the spa in Bali?

    Bali offers a plethora of options for its tourists. From cycling to water activities, one can enjoy various activities. After taking some rest after a spa treatment, you can plan your journey and also shop around. Head to the villages to enjoy the view of rice fields. Some of the activities to enjoy in Bali:

    • Apnea Free Diving
    • Cooking Classes
    • Diving in Bali, Tulamben, and Amed
    • Mounting Cycling
    • Snorkeling
    • Sightseeing
  24. Are there facilities available for becoming a certified therapist in Bali?

    To become a therapist in Bali one must complete significant education and training to receive a license to practice. In-house spas and resorts hire skilled therapists. Holding master’s degree and have completed a substantial amount of supervised clinical hours is important to get into the therapist work.

    In Bali, there are centers where aspirants are given trainings, especially in resorts and spa centers.
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