The Xtreme Bali Experience

Epic Four Weeks In Bali!

An exciting four week action-packed adventure with four different themed weeks to help you get the most out of your time in Bali.

  • An intro week learn about the popular culture of Bali
  • Lots of day trips, cultural excursions and of course getting to know the rest of the group
  • Cultural immersion week. Soak up the culture
  • An adventure week. Go rafting, and cycle up volcanoes
  • A beach week: relax in the beautiful tranquil beach town Sanur!


Bali is a popular backpacker location and there are definitely two sides to the island. The hectic, somewhat spoiled touristy parts, and the more authentic laid-back locations. This programme set in two unforgettable locations, Ubud the cultural heart of Bali, where you spend the first three weeks and the more laid-back Sanur, this is the favourite destination for the locals too. You will see why! Culture, great beach, lovely local restaurants the perfect way to end your trip here in Bali. This idyllic area is the best spot for you to chill out far away from hustling and bustling city of Kuta.

The Xtreme Bali Experience: Trip Highlights

  • Exploring Mystical temples
  • Discovering Bali’s beautiful locations
  • Checking out the lush rice paddies, monkey forests and Hindu temples
  • Lazy Sunsets
  • Lovely resort to relax during the beach week
  • Making new friends with a great group of people on set start dates
  • So many inclusions it’s better to check the itinerary is we can’t list them all here!

The Xtreme Bali Experience is designed to give you a real taste of Bali, taking you to places that you wouldn’t normally see on your typical backpacker tourist trail. There are activities that you will look back on, there will be breathtaking moments surrounded by incredible landscapes, and some bizarre moments when you know you are definitely not at home.

Don’t worry if you’re planning on travelling alone, 88% of travellers do, and you will meet plenty of other like-minded travellers on this trip.We will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to your new Balinese home in the heart of Ubud. Your adventures will begin with a fun-filled intro week which will ease you into the travel vibe annual learned plenty about Balinese culture, Indonesia the language, cooking and people.

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The intro week settles you in and lets you get to know your new surroundings. With an airport pickup it’s an easy arrival in a strange book beautiful land. We take you out for dinner first night, there is an introduction to traditional Balinese culture, a walking tour of monkey Street & Ubud market And a traditional Balinese dance show. Bali is famous for its spectacular landscapes, so we will take you on a village walking tour to visit stunning rice terraces. The first week is all about getting to know the other members of the group, and learning all about Bali it’s places and culture.


  • 13.00 Pick up in the airport/ Check in at the House Center
  • 18:00 Welcome Party Dinner Balinese food (Can be on Monday evening)


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Introduction of Bali traditional & Culture and walking tour on Monkey Street & Ubud market
  • 18:00 Dinner
  • 19.30 Balinese traditional dance show


  • 6.30 Breakfast
  • 7:00 Balinese Language Class
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 Village Walking tour(Visit rice terrace and Local view)
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Balinese Language Class
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Batik Painting Class at the local Batik house
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Bali Cooking class
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 Balinese flower offering Class
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Spiritual Tour: we go to visit the famous temple ” Pura Tirta Empul ” the holy water temple and you can enjoy pray with the Holy Water
  • 18:00 Dinner
  • Saturday/Sunday
  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 18:00 Dinner

Weekends are always free for you to go off and explore with the rest of the group, laze by the beach or hit the nightlife (Bali has plenty of that).


This week does not follow a set itinerary, but it involves plenty of activities that gets you involved with the local communities, so that you get to know more about the culture and people of this fascinating island. You might be helping out in the community, organising games activities with local schoolchildren, and doing lots of little cultural trips with the rest of the group. Activities are from Monday to Friday, weekends are taken off the you to explore Bali at your own leisure.


The adventure week is full on action. From Mountain biking down active volcanoes, cycling through spice plantations and meandering through Rice plantations we will get you active and out into the island. We will take you to the southern Bali beaches to check out Turtle Island and even go white water rafting on the most beautiful stunning river. Towards the end of the week, swap your flip-flops for hiking shoes as we are going to do a volcano climb to catch the sun rise over  Mount Batur. Fridays the final night at the Xtreme Gap base and is a chill day, relax those aching muscles from the mountain climb with a traditional Balinese Massage included. On Saturday you will transfer to a stunning Surf resort called Echo land.


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Cycling Tour: visit Kintamani ( Volcano Area ) where we enjoy Mount Batur landscapes and spice plantation, Rice Fields by Bike(Include Lunch)
  • 18.00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 Southern Bali beach/Nusa Dua Beach & Turtle Island
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 Enjoy Ayung River rafting (Bali beautiful River)
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 6:00 Breakfast at Mount Batur
  • 4-10 am. Sunrise Hiking at Mount Batur
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • 9:00 Enjoy Balinese Massage
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 16:00 Good bye party in the house center.
  • 18:00 Dinner


  • 8:00 Breakfast
  • Pick up around noon at the resort, transfer onto the Surf week

There are not that many set activities planned for the fourth week, this is because you will want your own space and time to chill check out the beaches and go surfing (own expense). Don’t worry there is plenty to do, lots of day trips and tours can be arranged at the front desk if you have had enough of the beaches. You will be based in Sanur.

The week is dedicated to relaxing and spending most of your time on the beach, it however includes a few organised activities such as an introductory bike ride through the commercial area and along the coast and also an opportunity to explore the beautiful world that lies beneath the waves through snorkeling.

Sanur boasts a wide-range of restaurants that cater to every palate and budget.

Sanur also allows you the opportunity to pamper yourself at one of its many local spas. There are also loads of activities you can book locally like scuba diving, sea-kayaking, kite-surfing, parasailing and a host of other activities that are on offer.


The Xtreme Bali Experience finishes on the Saturday making it 27 nights.

Please note airport drop-off is not included but is easily arranged through the reception of the hostel,this will cost about £15. You can also opt to bolt on the Gili Islands Adventure after this trip finishes, this is the perfect place to learn to dive, laze on some beautiful sandy beaches and try some of our xtreme activities like free diving!

If you would like further information on this trip, or Bali in general hit the get trip notes button or contact us on the web form below.


WEEK 1-3

During the Intro, Adventure and Cultural Immersion Weeks the accommodation will vary depending on the project, but will be in shared bedrooms at our house. Meals during these weeks are included. The food is traditional Balinese for 3 meals/day on weekdays, weekends (2 meals/ day)

All participants are expected to be environmentally responsible and to use all resources with restraint, especially water, paper and electricity. You will be expected to clean up after yourself, and to play your part to keep the accommodation neat and tidy.


You will stay in the beachside town Sanur in a small hotel with the others. Fun!


4 Week - 

USD 1689

What's Included?

  • Airport Pick Up
  • All accommodation
  • Great healthy all meals in the first three weeks
  • Optional Island Tour (Ubud, monkey forest, rice field terrace, barong/kecak fire dance, Kintamani volcano) or a / beach trip (Uluwatu, bukit, padang2, nusa dua, jimbaran)
  • Locally-based English-speaking coordinator
  • Comprehensive intro week
  • walking tour of monkey Street and Ubud
  • Balinese traditional dance show
  • Balinese language classes
  • Indonesian cooking classes
  • Visiting rice paddies and exploring Bali’s epic scenery
  • Meeting the locals during Village walking tours
  • Batik painting class
  • Visits to temples and spiritual sites
  • Five-day cultural immersion week with activities based in the local community
  • Day trip to southern Bali beaches and Turtle Island
  • Cycling tour visiting the volcanoes seeing beautiful landscapes and spice plantations
  • Bicycle hire included
  • Whitewater rafting the Ayung River
  • Breakfast at Mount Batur
  • Transfer to the surf resort in week four

What's Excluded?

  • Flights
  • Visas
  • Spending Money
  • Return Airport Drop Off
  • Entrance Fees to attractions if applicable

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes, We have. There are a mosquito net in the Fan room. The A/C room no need the mosquito net.

    Want to know more about Indonesia and Bali? Check out our Indonesia Blog for further details.

  • Yes, for this trip you need to arrange a social visa for Indonesia.

  • Yes, We have. There is the local internet access in the house centre. Participants should bring their Laptop. The Internet is for free off charge and good enough for Email,Facebook, Blog etc. There are many restaurant and coffee shop nearby 2 minute walk with free Wi-fi as well.

  • If you´re here for a short time, and only staying in Ubud, you can easily get along by walking everywhere : this is one of the charms of Ubud. (Just watch out for uncovered sections of sidewalks, and please do your best to avoid stepping on the offerings the Balinese leave at the entrances to their family compounds and businesses!)

    If you´re here for longer and wish to do some independent island exploration, bicycles are available for rent. Make sure you get a good helmet : roads are narrow, often full of pot holes, dogs are everywhere, and the Balinese like to drive like stock car racers! While driving, repeat this mantra: “Slow and Go, Slow and Go : Om.” There are plenty of drivers ready and willing to take you anywhere. Walking is still the best choices for you.

  • If you visit between November and April a rain poncho or umbrella will come in handy, and both can be purchased inexpensively here. As this time is Bali´s summer, the rains tend to be warm and humid, but a light jacket can be useful for evenings. May through October is typically dry season and winter. Comfortable sandals are a must, and should be easy to take off as most Balinese do not wear shoes indoors. Same day laundry service is inexpensive and plentiful, so you´re better off to pack light. Don´t forget your bathing trunks!Anytime you go into a temple for a ceremony or tourist attraction you MUST wear a long sleeve shirt, pants or preferably sarong that cover your knees. Women and men have separate requirements.

  • It is recommended that you visit your GP, personal physician or a travel health clinic 4 to 8 weeks before your departure to Indonesia. Recommended vaccinations often include hepatitis A, typhoid, tetanus and polio. Bali is not a high-risk area for malaria and the tablets can be considered controversial, we recommend that you do some research and make your own decision on this. Dengue fever is another mosquito borne illness to be made aware of.

    You might want to bring a prescription of Keflex, or another type of oral antibiotic that can help with stomach ailments. Even though you will be eating in good restaurants, there is always a chance that you can get Bali Belly – a mild dysentery that passes in a few days.

  • You will probably want to! If you would like to stay more than 30 days, you can apply for a 60-day tourist visa at the Consulate of Indonesia closest to you. You will likely have to show proof of a ticket to leave the country.

  • Yes, a visa is required for Indonesia. A visa-upon-arrival system is in place for most countries including Australia, Canada, US & EU citizens. When you arrive at the airport in Denpasar you will enter the Visa-on-arrival line, where you will be asked for U$25.00 and your passport will be stamped for 30 days from the date of arrival. Upon leaving, a 150,000 rupiah departure tax will be assessed.

    N.B.  If your passport is due to expire within 6 months, we advise you renew. On occasion, Indonesia has not allowed tourists into the country, and your airline might not allow you on the plane.


    remember we can be wrong, obtaining the correct visa is your responsibility

  • Regarding pick up every arrival is on Sunday from 6.00-18.00 any earlier or later  it will be extra charge for 50 EUR pay on arrival. If you already are in Bali we can arrange a pick up at no extra cost:

    • Ubud Starbucks (Jalan Raya, Ubud next to cafe lotus) at 13.00
    • Bintang Super market (Jl. Raya Seminyak) in Legian at 13.00
    • Denpasar airport, at the international arrival flight information center at 14.00

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