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The best kid-friendly things to do in Bali this winter

 
If you’re planning a family escape to Bali this winter, perhaps you’re wondering how to make the most of your time off work and create a holiday that everyone can enjoy.
 
And when you’ve got little ones in tow, sometimes finding activities to do together can be harder than it may it seem. 
 
To find out how you can create the ultimate family holiday to keep everyone happy, read on and discover the best kid-friendly things to do in Bali this winter.
 

1. Go dolphin spotting

 
Perhaps the most famous beach in Northern Bali, Lovina Beach also happens to be a wonderful spot to see dolphins.
 
With a number of species including the beautiful dark-skinned spinner dolphin, heading to Lovina with your family to witness these playful animals in their natural habitat is a sure winner. 
 
If you want to take your family dolphin spotting, we recommend booking a tour in advance.
 

2. Live like pirates

 
If you’re heading to Nusa Dua, don’t miss out on the fun of Pirates Bay.
 
A themed restaurant and open-air cafe designed to look like a pirate ship and hide out, this is an excellent way to treat the kids on your holiday. A huge playground, replica pirate ship, numerous tree houses and a lookout tower will keep the little ones preoccupied for hours, while mum and dad can kick back and relax.
 
For added ambience, head to the restaurant in the evening. From dusk, Pirates Bay is surrounded by tiki torches and it also has a lovely bonfire for some quality family bonding.

 

3. Go to the ultimate water park

 
On a hot day in Bali, Waterbom Park in Kuta offers the whole family a great place to have fun without having to suffer from the heat.
 
Boasting 17 waterslides, generously sized pools and a range of exciting water games, this waterpark is the perfect day out for children of all ages… and adults too. 
 
Even better, its extensive range of quality services and facilities will provide every family member with the best in comfort and relaxation. So, even if you plan on lounging by the pools and reading a book, you can be sure to have an excellent experience.
 

4. See beautiful butterflies

 
The Bali Butterfly house is home to hundreds of gorgeous butterfly species, some of which can't be seen anywhere else.
 
A great way to experience a more educational activity with your family, this butterfly and insect conservation facility will teach little ones of the butterfly journey from caterpillar to cocoon to wings, as well as plenty more.
 

5. Discover global wildlife in Bali

 
A trip to the Bali Safari & Marine Park is a brilliant way to discover the nature and wildlife of Bali and countries further afield.
 
Covering 40 hectares of land and home to over 60 animal species including Indian white tigers, lions, baboons and nilgai, this wildlife park enables families to see animals in large enclosures that are very similar to their natural habitats. 
 
The park offers various price and activity packages to suit your family's needs. Its animals are all native to Indonesia, India and Africa.
 

6. Get spooky

 
Have some fun at dinner with a "freak show" dining experience in Seminyak.
 
Start by getting your face painted like a zombie, or if you prefer, you can watch and sip cocktails from IV bags while the little ones run wild. This is an ideal choice for those who are keeping to a budget as entry is free. The only thing you'll need to pay for are your food and drinks.
 

7. Canyoning and waterfalls

 
Soak up the scenery of Tegenungan Waterfall, while being adventurous by canyoning or doing a waterfall excavation.
 
Suitable for kids from eight years of age, you can experience walking down a waterfall, swimming in gorgeous spots and sliding down natural water slides as a family unit. To do canyoning, you must join a tour. This can be easily booked in advance.

 

8. Soak up the culture

 
For those who plan to travel to Bali, Tanah Lot Temple is a must-see. Situated 20km from Kuta, one of the best places to stay in Bali, it has a beautiful offshore setting that boasts remarkable sunsets and sunset dance performances.
 
It's a wonderful way to appreciate a beautiful location as a family and will broaden your family's minds.
 
At low tide, visitors can enjoy a walk across the rock base to witness the temple, and even though visitors are unable to enter the temple grounds, the views are so good that it's one of the most popular tourist spots in Bali.
 
If you're travelling to Bali and are looking for Brisbane airport parking, head to our website to find out more information. We are able to offer convenient and reliable solutions for airport parking in Brisbane, ideal for your family holiday.
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