Bali - A Sanctuary for Addiction and Mental Health Recovery

Millions of travellers from all around the world come to visit Bali each year. This spectacular getaway in the Indonesian archipelago is famous for its natural beauty, historical heritage, great food, and beautiful weather. If you plan to come to alcohol/drug rehab or mental health retreat in Bali, you will have an opportunity to experience Bali’s most famous attractions and activities, such as the pristine beaches, ancient ruins, and temples, or opulent rice fields.

Overcoming mental health issues or addiction can be challenging. Bali’s mental health and rehab treatment options will help get your life back on track. You’ll enjoy sightseeing and experience this fantastic island while taking care of your mental health and healing.
Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is one of the best places to visit in Southeast Asia. Lush rice terraces, unique culture, spectacular beaches, volcanic hillsides, and friendly people have made Bali one of the world’s most popular island destinations. From top surfing destinations to over 20,000 temples, Bali is rich in things to see and do.

Weekend Excursions

Bali is well-known for its unspoiled beaches and astounding coral reefs. Visiting some of them is an excellent opportunity to relax and recharge your batteries and take a break from your rehab retreat in Bali.

Here are some of the things you may get to do in your spare time during your treatment in Bali:

  • Swim and snorkel in turquoise waters among fish and manta ray
  • Go surfing
  • Visit the lush rice fields and take amazing photos while learning about the way the rice is produced
  • Explore some of the 20,000 Balinese ancient temples 
  • Learn about Balinese culture 
  • Explore the wildlife of Bali
  • Take a cooking class

Balinese Food

While in your rehab retreat in Bali, indulge in some of the most famous Balinese dishes such as Mie Goreng, a staple of Indonesian cuisine made of fried noodles with vegetables and chicken, pork, or shrimp.

Balinese cuisine is rich in rice, spices, fresh veggies, meat, and fish. Other specialities of Bali involve:
  • Babi Guling (roasted pig)
  • Betutu (roasted or steamed poultry)
  • Sumping Biu (steamed cakes from rice flour with banana wrapped in banana leaves).

Weather in Bali

The two main seasons in Bali are the dry season and the rainy season. Bali’s dry season lasts from May to September, and this is the best time to visit this fascinating volcanic island. During the dry season, the weather is sunnier with moderate humidity and with the average temperatures of 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius) to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius).

How to Get to Bali

There is a direct flight connection between Australia and Bali. You can get a direct flight to Bali from main Australian cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, and Darwin to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, 13 km south of Denpasar. Direct flights take from 3 to 8 hours, depending on the city of departure.

Do I Need a Visa to Travel to Bali?

No, Australians coming to Bali do not need a visa if they stay less than 30 days. If you have an Australian passport, you will get a Visa Exemption Stamp at no costs involved. If you are coming for longer than 30 days, you must apply for a Visa on Arrival (VoA).


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