This week, we’re taking a look at some of our atypical destinations. Monday was Burma, today is the beautiful island country of Bali. Situated in the heart of Indonesia, Bali is a major draw for surfers, divers, history buffs and beach lovers. Its magical and exotic culture entices everyone from luxury travelers to budget backpackers.

Willamette Intl Travel works with vendors who encourage tourists to try an immersive experience in Bali. Trek through forests and rice fields, learn about traditional herbs and dance, savor Indonesian cuisine and marvel at maestros of weaving, sculpture and music.

photo by Bart Speelman

Bali is a land where Indian, Chinese, and island echoes mingle. Bali religion is a blend of Hindu and local animism, and the culture is infused with age-old traditions and superstitions. View the spectacular barong, legong keraton or calonarang dances, graceful performances that tell the tales of good versus evil.

Wander on the playful sands of Sanur and Kuta or visit a crafts workshop in Ubud. With world-class beaches, a mesmerizing culture, and several stunning volcanoes, there is no end to activities and sights in Bali.

WIT Agents Pam and Christina have both had the opportunity to explore this beautiful country. Pam in particular works with many of our clients heading to Asia. Call them up for a chat or email if you’d like to know more about their experiences.

Heading over to Bali? Look us work with you for an unforgettable vacation. Call Willamette International Travel at or 503.224.0180.

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