Tour Bali with children

Bali is a popular destination for people of all ages and a strong contender for your next family holiday.

Taking a family holiday can be fun and stress-free. A perfect example of this is in Bali, where growing tourism is catering more to families of all ages. Here is how to keep your kids entertained in Bali on your next trip.

Pod Chocolate Factory & Café

At Pod Chocolate you can indulge in Indonesia’s unique chocolate bars, where cocoa is fermented, dried, roasted, ground and turned into a range of delicious gourmet sweets. Pod Chocolate offers tours for all ages to view the magical creation process, as well as to taste the factory’s unique flavours such as lemongrass, ginger, coconut and many others.

Kids will have a great time creating their own mini chocolate elephants during the tour. Continue the chocolate adventure at the neighbouring cafe, where you can order special dishes such as pizza with chocolate sauce or spaghetti marinara chocolate.

Pirate Bay

Grab your eye patches and treasure maps - this adventure-filled bay keeps the kids entertained while you indulge in delicious food on-site. There is plenty to keep them busy including tree houses, paddle boats, zip lines and a replica pirate ship. Don't miss the bay’s two-hour treasure hunt, where kids get to dress up as pirates and go off in search of a wooden chest full of gold.


Since 1993, Waterbom Bali has been a popular attraction for families visiting the country. From mini slides, heart-stopping rides and many other attractions, this park keeps everyone cool no matter their ages.

Fun and the sun

Bali is extremely popular with surfers of all skill levels and has beaches to suit every need and desire. It is never too early for your little grommets to learn how to surf and there are plenty of surf schools in Kuta, Legian and Seminyak, with the most well-known being Rip Curl School of Surf. Take a more relaxed approach by visiting Blue Lagoon, where the waves are calmer and you can paddle around snorkelling in shallow reefs and coral gardens.