Bali is an amazing destination that many of us dream of visiting! This tropical paradise in Southeast Asia is on our deal page today from Toronto… but you can easily take advantage of it even from Ottawa with a short bus ride!
$648 round trip to fly to Bali, that’s a really great deal! Remember that accommodations in those parts of the world are usually really cheap as well!
We are talking about $4/night… so 3 WEEKS in BALI could cost you as little as $732, including flight AND accommodations! And we’re talking about well-rated hostels, but if you are traveling as a group, sharing a nice Airbnb could be even cheaper!!! Read on for all the details.
But that’s from Toronto… but wait. Did you know you can take the bus round trip from Ottawa to Toronto for only $85? There you go, you’re in Bali for $817, INCLUDING three weeks of accommodations. That is insanely cheap.
Some people go to cheap all-inclusive resorts for only one week at that price. You can go to BALI in Indonesia. Sure, it doesn’t include food, but you can eat pretty well for under $10 a day in Bali, so go explore!
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Here’s how this works and how you can book this trip of a lifetime.
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BALI for only $648 round trip from Toronto
The first step is to book your flight, with today’s Toronto-Bali deal, at only $648. At this price, it won’t last very long…possibly only a couple of hours, so hurry. Don’t worry about accomodations right away, book the flight, the hostels won’t get more expensive overnight. The flight might double in price though.
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Then you can book a cheap bus ticket to Toronto for $85 roundtrip, or even splurge on trains that can be just barely more expensive when bought in advance… and infinitely more comfortable. You could also by checking our flight search tool, but that cuts into the savings a bit.
If you are going to go by car, don’t forget that usually, the most economical way to park is using the Sleep, Park & Fly. They’ll keep your car parked for free if you book a night at the hotel before or after your trip.
Oh, and by the way, read our article about paying abroad all the way until the end and we’ll give you a free $50 to help pay for your trip… or whatever else!
Accommodations in Bali
If you still have doubts about using hostels, you should know that it’s the best way to travel (when traveling solo). If you are traveling as a group, read on. You can also read our article on why we think hostels are great.
You will find a bunch of them for just $4/night in Bali, that makes for a really cheap trip…. and most of them are rated 8.5 / 10 or higher.
Here is an example, $38 for 10 nights ($3.80 / night) :
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Finally, if you travel in a group, Airbnb is an even more interesting option as you can get a whole apartment to yourselves. If you are a new user, you can even use our promo code to get a free $45 credit.
You can fly to Bali today for $648, and for only $732 if you include accommodations for 3 WEEKS… now that’s cheap!
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