Bali might be a small island, but it has so much to offer. Tourists can experience rich cultural events, go visiting temples, go surfing or just relax on one of the beautiful beaches.
The picture of the coastal area vary from one side to another side, some parts boast white sand beach while at another part black sand is sparkling. Even though most of Bali has become more or less touristic over the years and many hotels have been built, the inland is still sputtering of lush green rice fields and palm trees.
Bali lies at the south-west tip of the Coral Triangle which has one of the richest marine environments in the world. Thousands of species of reef fish live between hundreds of species of corals. Bali's greater charm is its wide range and variety of dive sites. All tastes are accommodated here, from diving shipwrecks to exploring black coral forests. To swim with some mantas, you should definitely check out the Manta Point off the Nusa Penida Island. Apart from mantas, you can see mola mola, turtles and sharks.