Hostel in Bali

Hostels: Bali, a paradise for young people

Hostels: Bali offers many solutions for young and independent travelers. Moving light, however, does not mean giving up comfort and fun. Both the structures and the entertainment of the Socialista Lifestyle Hostel have a much higher standard than the average.

Guests love us for the well-kept rooms, the attention to the privacy of the capsule beds, the events in the pool and the possibility of doing sports and excursions.

We are in a strategic position to experience the area: just minutes from the Seminyak clubs, the famous Batug Belig beach and Canggu, a new emerging destination for surfing and nightlife.

Bali: when to go?

Bali: when to go? Indonesia has a typically equatorial climate, therefore warm / humid. The temperatures are quite stable during the year, the average is 27 ° with peaks of 34 °.

There are two distinct seasons. The dry one, which runs from April to October, when it rains less, is the favorite of travelers. This is the high season and it is necessary to get organized in time to book flights and accommodation.

The rainy season runs from November to March and is characterized by a humid climate and intense showers. The rainiest areas are the inland and highlands, while the coastal and south-west areas, like the area where the Socialista Lifestyle Hostel is located, are drier.

Bali airport: comfortable and organized

For the airport, Bali is served by Ngurah Rai, the hub of the capital Denpasar, south of the island, from which domestic and international flights depart. From Italy you arrive in Bali with a single stopover.

Socialista Lifestyle Hostel is located about 13 kilometers from the airport and offers guests a pick-up service upon reservation. The price is 250,000 rupees for a six-person car.

Ngurah Rai is very well organized and has been rated by the Airport Council International as the third best in the world in its category. Airport taxes correspond to 200,000 rupees for international flights and 40,000 for domestic ones. Italian travelers staying less than 30 days do not need a visa.

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