You'll probably know that I went scuba diving for the first time last year in Egypt as I've spoken about it quite a lot on this blog (most recently in my travel catastrophes post) and it's something that I'd love to do more of. Bali in diving is supposed to be beautiful, with diving day trips to various areas to see different kinds of marine life. You can swim with manta rays, sea turtles and even sharks, something which I have wanted to do since I was a small child. Seriously! I used to be, and still am, obsessed with sharks so swimming with them would be the dream! Most people think of honeymoons as relaxing, chill holidays but that kind of holiday just isn't for me and Karl. Our honeymoon would definitely be action packed and really, swimming under water with the one you love is pretty romantic right?!
Karl and I are avid animal lovers so of course our honeymoon would have to feature some wildlife spotting, I'm sure you'll have heard of the Ubud Monkey Forest where you can meet the monkeys living there whilst taking in some of the beautiful forest scenery. Bali is also home to numerous animal sanctuaries that rescue animals such as turtles and cockatoos from illegal slaughter, importation and exportation, something which I really love. I'm sure you've all heard of the bad rep Bali has regarding the slaughter of sea turtles. You can visit these sanctuaries, see the work they do and even donate to help support their cause so you can help make a difference to the lives of abused animals on your honeymoon.
*THIS POST IS IN COLLABORATION WITH FLIGHT CENTRE. ALL VIEWS AND WORDS REMAIN MY OWN*