Australian travel startup, The Bali Bible, Instagram star, Steph Claire Smith and many Balinese businesses have launched a unique competition to encourage tourists back to Bali.
Since last year’s volcanic eruption of Mt Agung, tourism numbers have dropped, so founders of Melbourne-based travel website The Bali Bible have teamed up with partners to inspire travellers with three Bali getaways.
“Having worked with many businesses and individuals in Bali over the last eight years, we really see the impact an event like this has on locals and their businesses,” The Bali Bible co-founder Simon te Hennepe says.
“Relying almost completely on tourism revenue, the amazing people of Bali who create experiences we all enjoy are feeling the pinch right now, so we thought what better way to help than offering an unbelievable holiday experience in one of our favourite destinations.”
The competition will give away three stunning Bali escapes including ‘The Bukit Dreamer’ for eight friends to enjoy Uluwatu, ‘The Ubud Chiller’ which is a relaxing holiday for two in Ubud, and ‘The Seminyak Foodie’ for two people to enjoy the amazing culinary experiences of Seminyak.
“I’m really excited to be part of the effort, having been in Bali just a couple of months ago, I can confirm that Bali, is as great as ever with its strong heart and sense of community,” Instagram influencer Steph Claire Smith says.
“I’m proud to be part of The Bali Bible campaign to support Bali when many over there are doing it tough.”
To enter, create and share your own dream trip on The Bali Bible platform before 30th March.
Prizes are awarded for the trip that attracts the most public views, the trip that best showcases what Bali has to offer, and the best-themed trip.