After driving through the mountainous Balinese roads, past the iconic volcano Mount Batur and endless picture-perfect rice paddies, you will eventually descend to Singaraja, the north’s administrative capital, replete with palm tree lined roads, endless students and a more relaxed air than the rest of Bali.
Typically you’ll head west for the short drive to Lovina, where beaches are of black volcanic sand, the coral protected sea gently sways, and where it is quite normal to spot early morning pods of dolphins.
Entertainment typically revolves around the beach, the pool and a good book or two. A pleasant diversion is exploring the long stretches of beach, or taking a cycle ride into nearby villages, with snorkelling and limited diving offered to those with more energy.
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