Bike and Car Rental

Bike Rental

Getting around on a scooter/moped in Bali is a fabulous way to explore the Island. And it sure beats being stuck in traffic. But before taking to riding a bike in Bali yourself there are some things to be aware of:

Car Rental

A private guide and driver is the best way to get around for longer trips and for first-timers.

By booking a reputable guide you are ensured you get an English-speaking driver (and also other languages) who is licensed to drive tourists around. You also know that they’ll know exactly where they are taking you and they are very happy to answer any of your questions on Bali, the culture, traditions, and landmarks.

Many drivers offer their services on the streetside and they will give you business cards with their phone numbers in case you want to do a tour during your trip. 

You can also rent a car via Grab

Or you can click the button below to rent a car with a driver. 

Bali Buddies Tips

More Travel Tips

Arriving in Bali

Before you get to Bali, there are a few things you might like to know in advance, for example having a passport with a minimum period of validity of six months,arranging transport with GRAB or directly with the VIP Airport Butler Service that provides a hassle-free way to travel.

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Departing Bali

And eventually, your vacation in Bali is got to come to an end. Do not sacrifice all of the good times because of serious lapses of memory on travel regulations: check the weight of your suitcases, make your luggage even safer, carry the right amount of liquids in your hand-luggage, and always make a copy of your documents!

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Bike and Car Rental

Driving in Bali without an international driver licence- NO! You should apply for it in your home country and bring both of them with you. Careful. There are shopkeepers that can sell you a bike pretty easily but don’t be swayed by them!

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Health

Bali is a real paradise in anyone’s eyes, a little less for your health if you do not take the necessary precautions! Tropical diseases exist…. avoiding paranoias, make sure you are vaccinated! Avoid Black-Henna Tattoos, drink a lot of water (not from the tap!), protect yourself from mosquitoes and low-quality alcohol, and always wash your hands!

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