• Bali mountainbike
  • Bali Lovina dolphins
  • Bali Bangli
  • Bali Sanur sunset
  • Bali sawa
  • Bali Batur
  • Bali dans
  • Bali surf
  • Bali sunset
  • Bali Processie

14 days Bali wheelchair holiday

This 14-day tour makes it possible to explore and experience Bali from your wheelchair. During your stay on Bali, your experienced wheelchair attendant ensures that you can relax and enjoy all the beauty that Bali offers. You have access to a private car with driver, guide and escort. The car has a wheelchair lift. A special beach wheelchair is ready for you at the beach and your accommodation is fully designed for you as a wheelchair user.

You will see various temples, see the famous Kecak monkey dance, shop at the market for your cooking workshop, take walks through the rice fields and experience the traditional Balinese rural life in the east of the island.

If you can and want to snorkel or dive, we can fit that into the program.

This roundtrip is just an example of what your trip may look like. We are happy to tailor the trip to your wishes.

Target prices

On request

Included and excluded

•Intercontinental flights Amsterdam-Bali by Garuda Indonesia (economy class)
•Wheelchair assistence on all airports
•Accommodation in wheelchair accessible room, based on bed and breakfast
•Personal assistant during your stay in Bali
•Beach wheelchair rental
•Specified excursions and entrance fees and donations
•Private AC mini-bus, including driver

Not included:
•Lunches and dinners
•Tips and personal expenses
•Travel and cancellation insurances (mandatory)
•Booking fee and contribution Calamiteitenfonds €30 per booking
•SGR contribution € 5 per person
•CO2 compensation € 22 per person

Please note: For this tour, we would like to know you better, so we can discuss the (im-)possibilities for your Bali holiday

Day 1 flight Amsterdam-Denpasar

Garuda Indonesia flies non-stop from Amsterdam to Jakarta with her new Boeing 777-300 ER. Experience the hospitality of the Indonesian culture on board of Garuda Indonesia, the national flight company of Indonesia. This direct flight takes you in 13 and a half hour from Amsterdam to Jakarta. Departure Amsterdam around midday, arrival Jakarta early in the morning the following day. Your connecting flight leaves about 2 hours later and is a ca 2 and a half hour-flight. Max. weight: 30 kg.

Dag 2 Arrival Bali and transfer to Sanur hotel

Selamat datang di Bali, welcome to Bali! The island of the 1000 gods. A true paradise in the largest archipelago in the world. The Hindu island has a friendly population and is rich in natural treasures. Colorful ceremonies are held daily. You will find lively coastal towns but also little-visited authentic villages with their many temples. There is plenty to do and experience in Bali: cycling, walking, cooking course or pampering yourself in one of the many spas. Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai Airport, if you have an international flight, you must first go through Immigration and Customs. Your driver and companion will be waiting for you outside. They will take you to your hotel in Sanur. Sanur is a coastal town located on the southeast coast of Bali. Sanur is less crowded than Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. Sanur is a pleasant destination, it has beautiful sandy beaches and many shops, restaurants and terraces. A great base for excursions to the many sights of Hindu Bali. Overnight at the 4 * Mercure Sanur hotel. The hotel is only separated by an easily accessible path on the beach. The hotel has a few wheelchair-friendly rooms and is within walking distance of shops, restaurants and terraces.

Dag 3 Free program Sanur

There is nothing on the program for this day. You can laze around the pool or the beach. Parallel to the beach, a path turns left, past numerous shops, restaurants and massages to the center of Sanur. The path is perfectly accessible for wheelchairs. Less known is the path to the right to the Pantai Mertasari, which is pleasantly visited by the locals on Sundays.

Dag 4 Temples and monkees

After breakfast we will explore a part of Bali. Today you will visit the Pura Taman Ayu Temple. This temple is located at Mengwi, west of the artist town of Ubud. It is one of the most important temples in Bali. A beautiful temple complex with the special Meru towers or pagodas. The complex is set in a beautiful water garden full of lotus flowers. Then you will visit the Sangeh Bali monkey Forest. A spacious park with tall trees and full of "cheeky" monkeys. A park ranger will accompany you to ensure that the monkeys behave. Return to the hotel in the afternoon.

Dag 5 Kuta and Uluwatu

Again an almost full day exploring Bali. In the morning you will visit the famous Pantai Kuta. The meter-high waves of the Indian Ocean roll here on the wide sandy beach of busy, lively Kuta. There is therefore a lot of surfing. You have plenty of opportunity to shop in one of the malls. After lunch you will travel to the Uluwatu Temple on the Nusa Dua peninsula. This temple is built on a cliff to protect Bali from evil spirits. Due to its high location you have a beautiful view over the Indian Ocean. Before returning to Sanur you will visit another turtle project (Turtle Rescue Center). Here the eggs of the turtles are hatched in a protected environment and when the youngsters are a few days old they are released back into the sea. The sun sets on this side of Bali around six o'clock. A beautiful sunset can be seen from Jimbaran, Kuta or Seminyak. Overnight at the Mercure Sanur Hotel

Dag 6 The lakes and mountains up North

Today you make a long day trip to the north of Bali. Although the distance is only 65 kilometers, it takes about two hours by car to reach the mountain village of Bedugul. Here you will visit the Ulun Danu Beratan temple. This Hindu temple is located at Lake Bratan. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Dewi Danu, the goddess of the water, lakes and rivers. Then you take a nice ride through the green hills and along the rice fields where the farmers are working. You will stop to enjoy the view of the twin lakes Tamblingan and Buyan, which mirror each other. The lakes are surrounded by a tropical Jungle, coffee, clove and cocoa plantations. Return to the hotel in the afternoon for overnight stay at the Sanur Mercure Hotel.

Dag 7 To the market and cooking class

Today your cooking skills are tested and refined. In the morning you will visit a Balinese market to shop for lunch. The colorful markets in Bali are crowded early in the morning. A variety of local products such as fruit, vegetables, fish and meat are displayed as works of art. Be sure to bring your camera, because the market and the people are very photogenic! You will then follow a Balinese cooking workshop. You prepare your own lunch with Balinese ingredients. When lunch is ready you can enjoy it yourself, selemat makan! Enjoy your meal! Return to Sanur after lunch. Overnight Sanur Mercure Hotel.

Dag 8 Tirta Empul and Kecak dance

You can spend this morning as you see fit. The program starts after lunch with a visit to the water temple Tirta Empul. This temple is known for its holy spring water. On the way there, or on the way to Batubulan, you can make beautiful photo stops, for example at the famous rice terraces of Tegallalang. Around sunset you will visit the Kecak monkey dance at Batubulan. This dance is one of the most famous in Bali and is performed by men dressed in black and white checkered loincloths. The music is formed by the male voices, which, like monkeys, produce the sounds “tjak-tjak-tjak” in different rhythms. The singers form a circle with the characters from the Ramayana ballet in the middle. The performance is given in an open-air theater. You will receive an explanation of the story at the start of the performance. Overnight Sanur Mercure Hotel

Dag 9 Free program

There is nothing on the program. You can enjoy the swimming pool or the beach, your beach wheelchair is ready for you.

Dag 10 A relaxed day at traditional Bali

Today a nice relaxed day in the traditional east of Bali. At the village of Muncan you will get to know the real Balinese life. Accompanied by a resident of the dessa, you will take a walk through the rice fields and experience the daily activities in and around the village. A wonderful way to get acquainted with daily Balinese life. Overnight Sanur Mercure Hotel

Dag 11 Free program or (optional) Jatiluwih ricefields

The choice is yours: Relax in Sanur or make a wheelchair walk through the beautiful rice terraces of Jatiluwih...

Dag 12 Shopping and the temple of Tanah Lot

The last full day in Bali. If you wish, you can go shopping in Sanur or Kuta, your guide will help you with 'tawarren' (haggling. You can also visit the iconic temple Tanah Lot. The temple is built in the sea and only accessible at low tide. Unfortunately, this is also virtually impossible for wheelchair users, but from the higher terrace you have a beautiful view.

Dag 13 Pulang kampung, back to home

Well in advance, about 3 hours before the departure of your flight, your driver picks you up for your transfer to the airport.

flight Denpasar-Amsterdam via Jakarta

Flight with Garuda Indonesia with transfer in Jakarta. Departure Denpasar early evening, arrival Amsterdam in the early morning.

Dag 14 Arrival Amsterdam

In the morning arrival at Schiphol. The end of a beautiful trip...

Mercure Sanur - Sanur

Superb resort built in Balinese style. In a beautiful garden, right on the beach and near the centre of Sanur. All rooms have AC, telephone, TV, bathroom, hairdryer, coffee and tea making facilities, minibar, safe, wifi and balcony or terrace. Number of rooms: 189 Facilities: Restaurant (Asian and European cuisine), 3 bars, swimming pool with children's pool, Spa, Tennis, volleyball, table tennis, bike rental, jogging track, darts, billiard, meeting room, gift shop, beauty salon, 24-hour room service, laundry service and wifi. Mercure Sanur has 2 wheelchair accessible rooms meer info more info Informations supplémentaires



Denpasar is the busy capital of Bali.
Besides some museums and the market there aren’t many tourist attractions in the capital, though you can do some great shopping for cheap prices.



Sanur is located directly on the Indian Ocean.
The beach of Sanur beach is protected by a reef at some 100 meters off shore, which means that the waves are much gentler than in Kuta.
Sanur is a quiet old fishing village with lots of hotels, restaurants and shops

Favourite restaurant

My own experience: Mades Restaurant, in the centre of Sanur. Delicious Balinese food and Indonesian dishes!

Mades Restaurant - Sanur



Bangli is a place in East Bali. The area around is beautiful and fantastic for walking, hiking and cycling. The village Panglipuran has a very nice temple.

The best activity around Bangli is spending a day in the daily rural life of the Balinese people. In the village of Undisan you can help to cultivate the land and suddenly you are plowing the sawah with an ox…


Kuta - Bali

Kuta - together with Legian and Seminyak - forms the entertainment center of Bali. Relax on the cozy white beach of Kuta beach, surf on the high waves of the ocean, go shopping in the small streets or the air-conditioned shopping malls, step into the busy nightlife or relax in your lounger by the pool.

The sunsets are spectacularly beautiful from Kuta to Canggu.
I cannot name my favorite hotels. For those who travel with growing youth, the Hard Rock Hotel is of course an experience.



Bedugul is een plaatsje aan het meer Danau Beratan. Bedugul is met name bekend van de tempel Pura Ulun Danu Bratan.



Ubud is called the artist village in central Bali. In and around the busy center are numerous sewing and art studios and several museums and theaters. Dances are performed daily, including in the palace. A visit to the art-market opposite the palace is also definitely worth it.

You can choose a hotel or resort in the busy center, somewhere quiet in the middle of the rice fields or on the border of the river.

Things to see and do

Too much to mention all...
Ubud Palace and Puri Saren Agung Temple: Here you can marvel at traditional Balinese architecture. Daily also the scene of Balinese dances
The Monkey Forest Monkey Forest: A must see for many, personally a torment for me to watch monkeys that have become more than brutal.
Agung Rai Museum of Art houses artworks by, among others, Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet and many other artists. The museum's goal is to keep Balinese art alive.
Museum Puri Lukisan specializes in modern Balinese paintings, sculptures and carvings
The Blanco Renaissance Museum is mainly focused on works by the Spanish painter Don Antonio Blanco
The Campuhan Ridge Walk is a must do: Take an early morning hike for this 2 hour hike across the ridge to the village of Bangkian Sidem
And there is much more to see in the Ubud area!

Favourite restaurant

The specialty of Ubud is crispy fried duck, Bebek Bengil. There are several restaurants where "Dirty Duck" is on the menu. Our favorite is restaurant Bebek Bengil at the Jalan Hanoman in the center.

Another great restaurant in the center is Cafe Lotus , with a very extensive menu and a beautiful pond at the Jalan Raya Ubud, close to the Royal Palace .

Many trendy and cozy restaurants can also be found in the quieter Pertiwi district.



The village of Sidemen is located on the flanks of the sacred mountain Gunung Agung. It is a beautiful and quiet area, from which you can take beautiful walks. All hotels are located in the rice fields and have magnificent views.
Near Sidemen you can make trips to the Balinese mother temple Puri Besakih, one of the coffee plantations in the area or go rafting on the Ayung or Telagawaja river.



Jatiluwih is a nice area in Tabanan regency, a 2 hours drive northwest of the well-known coastal city of Kuta. The region is particularly known for its beautiful rice terraces and jungle. Jatiluwih is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is a rock formation on the southwest coast of Bali. Here is the beautiful Hindu temple. At low tide you can walk to the temple, at high tide you get at least wet feet.
Tanah Lot is world famous for the beautiful sunsets. The parking lot is therefore filled with buses of tourists.