Unlike the neighboring islands of Nusa Lembongan and Bali, the spectacularly beautiful Nusa Penida Island is a tricky place to travel to independently without doing a little planning in advance.
For a start, there is little public transport available; even taxis are hard to come by. Lots of tourists rent motorbikes when they get to Nusa Penida, because it’s truly the easiest way to get around.
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Bali is a super budget-friendly destination, so it’s pretty easy to visit the island and not have to worry about breaking the bank. Though often busy with tourists, Bali is still surprisingly affordable if you know where to look.
Depending on your accommodation style, I would estimate $50 a day is a good estimation of a budget to travel very comfortably around Bali. In this post you’ll find my tips for traveling Bali on a budget!
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Surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and jungle, Chiang Mai is an adventure lover’s paradise. Popular with digital nomads and backpackers alike, Chiang Mai has a ton to offer!
Head into the hills and go rafting, mountain biking or zip lining. Hike through the jungle and spend time with hill-tribe villages, or visit an elephant sanctuary in the nearby mountains.
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You’ve probably heard about this magical city in the heart of Bali. Thanks to “Eat, Pray, Love” and “The Bucket List”, Ubud is becoming more commonly known as being a spiritual mecca with beautiful temples, rice fields, and coffee to die for.
Despite what the films (and the above photo) depict, Ubud is an absolute hotspot for tourists, which can be both good and bad. There are places to find peace and solitude literally right outside of the hustle and bustle, but the center of Ubud can be slightly overwhelming during the high season.
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