Biggest tourism campaign unveiled to bring the world ‘Back to Bali’

TD Editor

The time is right to ensure Bali is first and foremost in the mind of soon-to-be travellers. BALI’S major tourism stakeholders, spearheaded by Finns, have pulled together to create the biggest tourism campaign in the history of the island – ‘Back to Bali’.

Bali has been closed to tourists for almost 12 months, which has decimated its tourism industry, and it’s no secret that tourism is the lifeblood of Bali.

Charities such as Solemen Indonesia and Crisis Kitchen have been inundated with requests for help from thousands of residents who had been employed in tourism. These incredible organisations continue to feed and sustain those now living in poverty, but the best solution is to get them back to work.

The campaign has been endorsed by Wonderful Indonesia, Bali Tourism, Bali Hotels Association and Garuda Airlines.

“With the world preparing to travel again, we believe NOW is the time to launch a ‘Back to Bali’ campaign where customers can buy their dream holiday for unprecedented prices and commit to future Bali travel kickstarting the revival of the tourism industry,” Finns Bali COO Beau Whittington said. The campaign’s global launch features a captivating video that showcases the best Bali has to offer.

“The Back to Bali campaign is taking a whole island approach and perfect for all travellers whether they are couples, families or singles. With over 100 resorts, 500 villas and hundreds of activity providers participating, we are confident this offer has something to suit every demographic on any budget” said Whittington.

The package comprises a full Bali holiday experience valued at IDR 15 million (USD 1,050) for a total purchase price of only IDR 5 million (USD 350). What’s more, the offer can be secured now for a deposit of only IDR 990,000 (USD 69) with three years to pay the balance and redeem the package.

Finns Bali has also joined with more than 150 tour operators who are providing unbelievable offers exclusively to Bali.

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