Fun Things to Do in the Water in Bali

Bali's Best Activities in the Water

There are so many fun activities in Bali to enjoy! Given that we are on an Island & the weather is warm all year round, some of the best Bali activities take place in the water. If you are keen to keep cool and have fun in Bali, we are rounding up our list of fun times to be had in the water.

Read about each of them below…

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Aqualand – Have Fun on This Inflatable Playground!

Aqualand is a hit for all ages! Asia’s largest inflatable playground is not only great fun, but it is also a good workout. Loved by both adults and children, Aqualand is a great activity located within Bali Wake Park. Climb, run, jump and slide your way through the obstacles!

Need a location for a celebration or group gathering? Ask them about their party and group packages too!!

Where: Bali Wake Park & Aqualand
Cost: From 150k per session (other packages available, FREE for spectators)
Address: Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa No.7X, Pedungan, Kec. Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali
Opening hours: Daily from 11 am – 5 pm
Website: baliwakepark.com

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Wakeboarding – Learn to Ski, Wakeboard or Kneeboard!

Bali’s only cable skiing facility, you don’t need to check the tides to ensure a good time here. From beginners to professionals Bali Wake Park cable system is a lot of fun. You can kneeboard, wakeboard, and cable ski all with their state equipment, jumps, and ski park. For those wanting to spectate only the Wakepark has a café, bar, pool, and plenty of grass and seating to make it a great experience for everyone. It’s free entry for spectators too!

Need a location for a celebration or group gathering? Ask them about their party and group packages too!!

Where: Bali Wake Park & Aqualand
Cost: From 250k per session (other packages available, FREE for spectators)
Address: Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Benoa No.7X, Pedungan, Kec. Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali
Opening hours: Daily from 11 am – 5 pm
Website: baliwakepark.com

3

Fliteschool – the Latest Trend in the World of Water Sports

Fun things to do in water

If you are a lover of surfing, we are sure you’ve heard about foiling! Well, FliteSchool Bali has eFoil tours, meaning you can ride anywhere there is water… without the need for waves! Take an unforgettable 1,5-hour eFoil tour with FliteSchool Bali, no experience is necessary. You can ride alone, with an instructor or even with a group of friends. This eco-friendly equipment is emission-free, fast & quiet.

For the beginners, the instructors’ goal is to get you eFoiling within your first lesson with Bali FliteSchool. Even if you have no water sports experience, you will be taught the basic skills in a safe environment to get you up and foiling in no time!

Where: Serangan Water Sports, Jimbaran, Amed, Pon Da Nu (they can also come to you in another location!)
Cost: 3,000,000 Rp/ person for 1.5 hours (2,500,000 Rp/person if more than one in your group)
Times: Booking times are flexible (and weather dependent)
Website: fliteschoolbali.com
Bookings: via Instagram DM

4

Waterbom Bali – Splash, Slide & Swim

Waterbom-Bali
Waterbom-Bali

Waterbom Bali is Asia’s biggest and best waterpark. Spread over 3.8 hectares, you can spend a full day splashing and sliding at this incredible attraction! The park is very professionally run and has a large selection of food & drinks available in their many outlets inside the park. Store your valuables in their lockers and even hire your towels there if you don’t wish to bring your own.

Whether you’re a thrill-seeker and are there for the speed rides, a fun rider who loves the tube rides, a gentle rider – who is more the lazy river type of person, or a spectator who wants to pull up a the swim-up bar… there is something for everyone at Waterbom Bali.

Better still if you use the code BALIBUDDIES upon purchasing your tickets online, expect a sweet 10% discount off the total price!

Click here to read more about Waterbom Bali. 

Where: Waterbom Bali
Cost: See pricing options here (don’t forget by adding code BALIBUDDIES upon checkout you’ll get a 10% discount!)
Address: Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban, Kuta
Opening hours: Friday-Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm
Website: waterbom-bali.com

5

Bali Beaches – Explore the Many Gorgeous Bali Beaches on Offer

Balangan Beach in Bali

In Bali, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to beaches to visit. Whatever type of beach vibe you are looking for, Bali has it! Surfing, snorkeling, party vibes, sunsets, sunrises, caves, rockpools, white sand, black sand, busy, quiet… there is literally every type of beach to found in Bali.

If it’s some beach time you are looking for, we’ve made it easy for you with our round-up of our favourite Bali beaches and what to expect at each!

Read more about our favourite Bali Beaches here.

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Bali Waterfalls – Explore the Stunning Waterfalls Scattered All Over Bali

Couple Jumping in The Aling Aling Waterfall in Bali
The Beautiful Banyumala Twin Waterfal in Bali

Bali has so many gorgeous waterfalls! Some are very well known, and others are still quite secret. Many take a lot of stairs to reach, so be prepared for a bit of hike when exploring waterfalls in Bali. There are waterfalls all over Bali, so you can choose one that is close to wherever you are. There are also waterfalls with cliff jumps, naturals slides, rope swings, special healing powers, rafts, and more.

If exploring some of nature’s best gifts is what you are looking to do, we’ve made it easy for you and have written about all of our favourite Bali waterfalls and where to find them.

Read more about our favourite Bali Waterfalls here.

7

Day Passes – Visit a Resort on a Day Pass

Aerial view of bali mandira resort legian

Bali resort pools are what vacay dreams are made of! There are so many wonderful resorts that have stunning (and sometimes multiple) pools & facilities. Resort day passes are a great way of exploring and experiencing Bali resorts (even if staying there isn’t in your budget!).

There are resorts with infinity pools, private beaches, kids’ waterpark, water sports, diving boards, and more. Spending the day at some of Bali’s best resorts is a great way to cool down!

Read more about Bali Day Passes here.

Final Words

So there is our list of ways we love to spend our time in the water in Bali, getting active, getting tanned, and having fun. That is what tropical island living (or holidaying) is all about!

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