Bali family holiday with teenagers

Join similar aged families (max 16 people) for a small group tour of Bali with adventure activities and free time to make friends or chill with the olds.
Ubud Treetops Adventure Park Candidasa 11km white water rafting trip (class II and III rapids) 27km bike ride to White Sand Beach Amed 2hr rice terrace trek guided snorkelling trip Seminyak Sorga Chocolate Factory
£1125To£1225excluding flights
8 Days
Small group
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Single supplement £340.
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Description of Bali family holiday with teenagers

Take your teens for a week in Bali and watch your next family holiday become the stuff of legends as you journey across the island as part of a small group (average 10 people) of like-minded and similar aged travelling companions.

Forget sitting back on a sun lounger all day with an Ipad, this family holiday unlocks the spirit of holidays past with a combination of organised activities and space to explore on your own allowing for an Indonesian experience to really get excited about.

Treetop adventures, white water rafting, snorkelling and a 27km bike ride to the beach are all included on this fun-packed family holiday to ensure teenagers and parents get to experience the very best of Bali amongst some totally tropical Indonesian idylls.

Alongside an array of outdoor activities there will also be plenty of opportunities to find out more about Balinese culture in Ubud, Amed and Seminyak as well as free time for teens to top up their tans before sending home obligatory selfies by the beach or pool.


Price information

£1125To£1225excluding flights
Single supplement £340.
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Child price
10% reduction on the adult price.
Minimum age
10 years old

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


Responsible travel is one of the pillars our company is built upon. All of our travellers are provided with information regarding Responsible Travel at all stages of the booking process and while travelling with us. Our leaders are also trained extensively in Responsible Travel and will advocate for this throughout our trips. For example, on Day 5 we are doing a Rice Terrace trek, during which the guide will explain the importance of water for Balinese people whose livelihoods are in agriculture.
On this tour, all travellers will receive a reusable bag to use throughout the trip. Plastic pollution in Bali is huge issue so this small gesture for our clients will assist in campaign to stop the use of plastic bags while shopping and visiting market places for souvenirs. What is more, a number of restaurants in Bali now serve drinks with paper straws (no more plastic), their take away containers and bags are all recycled, and therefore we do encourage travellers to choose restaurants that take sustainability into account.
Our hotels in Bali used on this trip practice the world wide water usage program “reuse or replace’. This program simply asks customers using a door/bathroom hanger to "reuse or replace" towels. Hotels have little placecards in the bathrooms explaining that every day millions of gallons of water are used to wash towels that have only been used once. If clients are happy to reuse their towel for another night they hang it up, if they would like to replace it stays on the floor.


We have a Foundation which was set up to empower travellers to have a positive impact on the communities they visit. Our Foundation now supports over 50 local, grassroots projects around the world. Over the past 15 years, The Foundation has distributed over AU $5 million to projects tackling areas such as sustainable development, human rights, child protection, environmental conservation, wildlife protection, education and healthcare. While we do not visit a project during this trip, our Foundation supports a project in Bali called BumiSehat. Its mission is to reduce maternal and child morbidity and mortality, as well as to support the health and development of communities.
Our company is committed to employing local leaders for all of our trips – and that includes our family range. All of our leaders are specifically trained on Responsible Travel and are encouraged to live and breathe it throughout each and every departure they lead. All travellers are briefed on Responsible Travel upon their first welcome meeting – which is almost always on the first evening of each trip. We source produce locally throughout the trip, eat at local restaurants and encourage our travellers to purchase souvenirs from local artisans and recruit our on the ground team from the local community.
Our family trips have a maximum group size of 16, which generally consists of three to four families. We believe this is the perfect size for a family trip while respecting the capabilities of the destinations we visit. Overtourism is an issue we are very conscious of and we are taking measures to ensure our impact on the communities we visit and their environment is our top priority.

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