Various transportation options are available in Bali, such as taxis, Go Jek, Grab, renting or buying a scooter, motorbike, or car for self-driving, or hiring a full-time private driver with a car.
Driving in Bali can offer unique challenges such as road closures for ceremonies, heavy traffic, navigating around the landscape like rice fields and unpredictable road conditions.
Understanding the distances and travel times on Bali is essential, with motorbikes and scooters offering quicker commute times. However, despite the advantages, traffic jams are a common occurrence, contributing to delays and unpredictability.
Our services are designed to help expats secure transport options, including a private driver, get Travel and Health insurance and local licence for living in Bali as well as extensive tips and advice.