All Press Releases for August 22, 2012

Baby Boomers Booking for Bali

More and more Baby Boomers are choosing to go to one of the most spectacular destinations in the world - Bali.

    BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA, August 22, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The kids have finally left the nest and they are looking for that holiday they've always dreamed about. They could go on a cruise or even travel around the country in a campervan, but more and more Baby Boomers are choosing to go to one of the most spectacular destinations in the world - Bali. Bali is typically known as a party destination for the younger tourists and attracts thousands of visitors every year. But the older generation are visiting in increasingly large numbers - and for good reason.

A Holiday that won't break the Bank
When travelling to Bali, you don't need to choose between a luxury holiday and robbing a bank. Upon arriving in Bali, you'll soon notice that your accommodation, the restaurants and even sight-seeing activities are incredibly affordable, allowing you to have the holiday of a lifetime, without worrying about costs.

If you like to shop, you'll also be pleasantly surprised by the prices of goods and services, with one hour massages costing as little as $6 and market places overflowing with quality clothing, accessories, home wares and anything else you could possibly imagine!

Get in Touch with Nature
If you're a nature-lover, you'll fall in love with Bali. Surrounding your hotel, you're likely to find the lush Balinese rainforest on one side, with the glistening ocean on the other. If the scenery isn't enough, take a trip to Mount Batur, the truly beautiful sight of an active volcano. If that still isn't enough, head to the Bali Safari & Marine Park to get up close and personal with some of nature's most beautiful creatures. The park prides itself on providing a fun, yet educational experience, so you'll be encouraged to interact with the animals; you may even have the once in a lifetime experience of playing with a baby orangutan.

Accommodation options in Bali seem endless, with everything from backpacker hostels through to private houses. Your average hotel in Bali will cost around $30 per night, if you're travelling on a budget, which is normally around 3 star accommodation. If you'd like to live it up a little, why not splurge and spend a few nights in one of Bali's infamous villas. Scattered across the country, you'll find villas that overlook the beach or some that are nestled away in the jungle.

Live Life on the Wild Side
If you want to prove to your kids that you've still got what it takes, book in for a Bali adventure tour! Adrenaline junkies love Bali, with ATV rides and white water rafting, you can really get the most out of your holiday experience. If you're looking for something a bit more relaxed, try a sunset horse ride through a small Balinese village, leading to a spectacular sunset on the beach - the perfect way to end your holiday.

For more information about Bali, visit the Bali Holiday Packages website here:

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