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You probably know that the tourist areas are located along the edge of the island. But don't you want to dive into the very heart of the island – its centuries-old impenetrable jungle? Today we will tell you about how to get into the jungle in Bali and what you need to know before traveling there.

Planning a trip to the jungle in Bali

Choosing the right time of year

Before heading into the Bali jungle, make sure you choose the right time of year. The rainy season in Bali is from November to March, and during this time the jungle comes alive with vibrant greenery. However, humidity and plenty of rain can make travel difficult, so most prefer to visit Bali from April to October, when the weather becomes more predictable and drier.

Choosing a place to study

In fact, you can explore the jungle at many points. Now we will talk about several of them:

• Munduk and Sekampul - here you will find incredible waterfalls and mountain trails.

• Kembengan is an ideal place for hiking and exploring the local flora and fauna.

• Western Jungle National Park is home to a variety of animals such as macaques and exotic birds.

Looking for tour guides

Of course, it is always better to contact local guides and tour operators. Not only will they help you explore the jungle in a safe and fun way, but they will also share interesting facts and stories about the place.

And if your spoken English is good enough, try asking locals for a tour. They are usually very friendly and will be happy to give you a short tour.

What should you take with you to the jungle?

Before you go into the jungle, do the necessary preparations. Don't take too much with you so that you're mobile enough to not accidentally burden yourself with your trip, but also pack all the essentials.


Take a backpack with enough space to store your belongings and water. It is recommended to have a backpack with a rain cover or use additional rain protection for your items.

Comfortable clothes and shoes

• For jungle treks, choose lightweight, breathable clothing made from natural materials, such as lightweight cotton shirts and shorts.

• Long pants and shirts can be helpful to protect yourself from insects and the sun.

• High boots or trekking shoes with durable soles will provide good traction and protection from snakes and plants.

Drinking water

The Balinese jungle can be hot and humid. Take enough water with you.

Sun and insect protection

Sun protection cream with a high SPF (sun protection factor), a hat or bucket hat, and sunglasses will help protect you from sunburn.

An insect repellent containing DEET or a similar active ingredient will provide protection against mosquitoes and other insects.

First aid

Pack a compact first aid kit, including bandages, antiseptics, painkillers and plasters. In the jungle there is always a risk of getting scratches or insect bites.


Traveling in the jungle may involve trekking at night or in low visibility conditions. A flashlight will help you navigate.

Binoculars and camera

The jungle offers many opportunities for wildlife viewing. Binoculars and a camera will help you capture these moments.

Change of clothes and film

Humidity and rain can quickly soak clothing and equipment. A change of clothes and camera film may come in handy.

Compass or GPS navigator

To navigate in unfamiliar areas, it is useful to have a compass or GPS navigator.

Safety rules for the jungle in Bali

1. Explore with a guide or group. If you are not familiar with the terrain and jungles of Bali, it is recommended that you join an excursion or tour with an experienced guide. This will help you avoid unpleasant situations and learn more about the local flora and fauna.

2. Follow signs and trails. Never stray from main trails and routes. The jungle can be confusing and dangerous, and it is important to stay on the route you have planned in advance.

3. Follow environmental protection rules. In the Balinese jungle, it is not allowed to destroy plants and animals. Don't collect rare flowers or break trees. Respect local fauna and flora.

4. Be careful of insects and snakes. Bali is inhabited by different types of insects and snakes, including poisonous ones. Wear long clothing and shoes that protect against bites, and use insect repellent. If you see a snake, do not attempt to approach or touch it. Snakes almost never attack first - take advantage of this to calmly move away from danger.

5. Protect yourself from the sun and humidity. The jungles in Bali can be hot and humid. Wear protective clothing, sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses. Drink enough water to avoid dehydration.

6. Be prepared for an overnight adventure. If you are planning an overnight trip into the jungle, be sure to take a flashlight with you so you can navigate in the dark.

7. Follow the rules of tourist ethics. Don't leave trash in the jungle. All waste, including plastic bottles and packaging, must be taken home and disposed of according to regulations.

8. Be prepared for changing conditions. The jungle can have different climatic conditions. Prepare for humidity, rain and sudden weather changes.

9. Communicate your plans. Before heading into the jungle, tell friends or family about your plans and expected return time. This will help ensure your safety in case of danger.

Follow these safety rules to ensure your adventure is stress-free and positive. We are sure that visiting the jungle will be an unforgettable experience for you.
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